This simple vinegar-based cole slaw is our number one side dish. It’s a hallowed tradition on a barbecue sandwich—the tart, crunchy cabbage goes perfectly with the smoky flavor of the meat, and the vinegar helps cut through the pork fat.
It’s the perfect garnish for Chris Lily’s Barbecue Bloody Mary, but really, this grill-marked trio makes an awesome garnish for any Bloody Mary recipe.
Luckily, you won’t need the whole yield for the nacho recipe. Just imagine what you could do with these quick-pickled jalapeños!
Spatchcocked chickens cook quickly and evenly, turning gorgeously brown in the process. Roasting grapes with a sprinkle of sugar and some sherry vinegar is one of those culinary party tricks that I pull out whenever I want to seem impressively elegant without actually doing much work. Here it is with a golden spatchcocked chicken. This is company-worthy, weeknight easy, and exceedingly pretty if you use a combination of red and green grapes.
Think you can’t make a real-deal Pho at home? Think again. Chris’s Asian Beef Soup is easy and oh, so satisfying.