Bacon and bourbon—two flavorings with deep roots in American barbecue. They come together in this smoky tangy barbecue sauce created by Project Smoke smoke wrangler and frequent Barbecue Board contributor, Rob Baas.
Ask most Americans to describe the perfect barbecue sauce and they’ll invoke a thick sweet red ketchup-based sauce with a zing of vinegar and a whiff of liquid smoke. In short, the sort of sauce Kansas City barbecue buffs have slathered on ribs and briskets for decades.
The turkey and tart apples make a much lighter, healthier, and more exciting version of the traditional meat loaf. From Quick-Fix Gluten Free by Robert M. Landolphi/Andrews McMeel Publishing Read our review to learn more about Quick-Fix Gluten-Free, and to hear Robert describe many of the recipes in the book, listen on-demand to the episode […]
This is a rich, delicious, and filling salad. Great for lunch, or dinner, and perfect for a summer meal.
Yankee Magazine food editor Amy Traverso poured through the archives going back many decades, in search of the best vintage recipes from readers. When I spotted this recipe for brown paper bag meatloaf, I knew we had to try it. And why drag out the suspense? We loved it! When we called senior contributor Chris Prosperi, […]
Brian O’Rourke is full of surprises at O’Rourke’s Diner, built in 1941 in Middletown, Connecticut. As chef and owner, Brian seems to be able to create something good out of any food items he stumbles upon in his pantries. You’ll find regular diner–style items on the menu with Brian’s original twist, including a very tasty […]