This is an Edwards’ household classic. This is the steak I make when we have something to celebrate, when one of us has had a hard week or if one of us is trying to comfort the other. No joke, the first time I made this steak my wife and I stood at our kitchen counter and at an entire filet standing up, THAT’S how good this thing is. We have since ordered steaks at restaurants and had steaks at get togethers. It never fails my wife gives me those eyes telling me “It’s not your special steak”. And it’s not. I don’t generally try to brag on here. But this steak is damn good. Make it. Do it. Like tomorrow. Happy Holidays, everyone!
Who says smoking has to just be for meats? In our household we have many seasons where we go in and out of eating meat. My wife is always a huge fan of these Brussel sprouts. Anything healthy that tastes good is always a hit in her book. So try these as a killer side to your favorite entrée or enjoy these as an appetizer like we do! (They rarely make it to the dinner table before they’re gone). This recipe is great if you’re short on ingredients and is super customizable to fit your family’s taste. My family always wants Balsamic glaze and fresh grated cheese to top most of our apps. Enjoy!
Steak dinner, it’s a classic dish we’re all familiar with. What we’re learning in the food industry is that this up-and-coming generation loves to put new spins on classic dishes. While a cut of meat wrapped in bacon is no new player in the game, I encourage you to elevate your next steak night with this dish. The Smoked Prosciutto Filet. The thin, delicate prosciutto shrink wraps itself and seals the butter and seasonings into your steak. My wife and I had a fun time going live on Instagram and cooking this dish with you in our kitchen. So put a new spin on an old classic for your next steak dinner and try this recipe! Happy smoking!
These Jalapeno Poppers are filled with Smoked Brisket, Shredded Cheddar Cheese, Cream Cheese and glazed with fresh Honey. This is one of my family favorites and I know it will soon be one of yours!
The results you get from using a Sous Vide cooker plus a Smoker are truly top notch. The Sous Vide cooker uses a water bath cooking method allowing the brisket to be cooked at low temperatures. When cooking this low of temperature the Sous Vide keeps the temperature controlled to exactly 135F for 44hrs. The Bradley Smoker compliments this cooking method nicely by allowing perfectly controlled smoke for 3 hours. The brisket is literally melted in your mouth with a nice smoke flavor.
An unlikely love story. We all know the ending yet we wait to see the outcome each and every time. Pork, the bigshot, the moneymaker, the one everyone always fawns over falls for the innocent sweet chicken whose just trying to make it through another recipe. How will these two set their differences aside to find true love? Does the cream cheese provide that perfect union to bring them together? The tortilla chips bring enough spice? Put your heart on your sleeve and try this recipe out for yourself to see exactly what happened…when…Pork Met Chicken.
They say opposites attract. Don’t you know that person who likes to keep everything plain and simple, nothing too extra in their life, just enough to keep their daily lives within routine. They don’t you also know the person who should have “extra” as their middle name? And don’t these two people marry each other? Welcome to this recipe. This recipe combines the simplicity of a very easy, consistent steak recipe while also being drizzled in one of the most extra sauces I’ve ever created. So, if you’re a routine person, just make the steak. If you’re extra, make the sauce and put it on everything. If you’re a quirky couple, mix it up and try them together. Enjoy!
Ingredients: 1 (10) lb. Brisket 1 tbsp. Salt 1 tbsp. Black Pepper 1 tbsp. Garlic Powder 1 tbsp. Onion Powder 1 tbsp. Chipotle Chili Powder 1 tbsp. White Sugar 1…
You might be wondering what these Garlic Aioli Drumsticks taste like?! Each drumstick is basted in garlic aioli, seasoned with lemon pepper, wrapped in thick cut bacon strips, then topped off with the citrus from the smoked lemon. This is one recipe you have to try!
Smokin’ Tuna Croissants are filled with a semi spicy cream cheese mix. The Chipotle Chili powder adds a kick to the Tuna spread.