Category Archives: Recipes

Barbecue has unlimited recipes that can help you BBQ all sorts of meat, fish, vegetables, fruit and wild game. This section is a collection of all the recipes we have collected over the years, made ourselves or shared from all of our vendors and suppliers. We hope that you find this useful!

Mother’s Day Idea: Revol Cheese and Cracker Set

Looking for a go-to gift for all your friends and family who love cheese and crackers, I mean

The ultimate cheese and cracker set is a versatile cheese tray that will look good on any table!

The ultimate cheese and cracker set is a versatile cheese tray that will look good on any table!

who doesn’t love cheese and crackers! This slate look-alike porcelain set is designed to be able to be used for a variety of cheese and cracker variations. The Revol Cheese and Cracker set is oven, freezer and dishwasher safe. Buy it for mom today, and she won’t have to use dinner plates as a cheese plate anymore!”

Here is a recipe for Classic Pimento Cheese from Elizabeth Karmel:

Classic Pimento Cheese
Makes 1 ½ cups

16 ounces sharp cheddar cheese, grated by hand.
½ cup Hellmann’s mayonnaise
2 tablespoons Cream Cheese, room temperature
¼ cup diced Dromendary pimentos, plus some liquid
Fresh ground black pepper, to taste
Celery Sticks and Pretzel Rods

In a medium bowl mix the cheese and mayonnaise together with a fork until it holds together. Add the cream cheese, pimentos and their liquid, mix to distribute.
Season with pepper. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. Serve with celery sticks, crackers or in a sandwich.

Here is some more information about the Elizabeth’s Everyday Essentials collection. Elizabeth Karmel and REVOL have partnered to create this collection and bring it to our American customers. This is unique in Revol’s history and it’s the first time they have created a line that speaks so directly to Americans!

Top 5 Unique uses for Dean’s STS – Smokin’ Texas Barbecue Sauce

So Dean called me a few days ago and asked me how is awesome BBQ Sauce was selling and I told him that we needed to get the word out so I asked him for the Top % Unique uses of  Dean’s STS – Smokin’ Texas Barbecue Sauce cooking sauce. Below is a collection of some of the comments he has gotten from his biggest fans on how they are spicing up their recipes.

 

Here are the Top 5 uses on some  unique uses of Dean’s STS – Smokin’ Texas Barbecue Sauce as mentioned by current fans.

1. Vegetable Cooking Broth – Use 1 part sauce mixed with 1 part water and slowly simmer favorite vegetables as normal.
Compliments of V. Mills, resident of “Serenity”

2. Zesty Meatloaf – Substitute Dean’s STS in place of the ketchup when called for in your favorite meatloaf recipe.
– Compliments of D. McCollough, Atlanta, GA

3. Tangier Homemade Pizza – Mix in “a good portion” of Dean’s STS when creating the marinara sauce to be spread on pizza dough before baking.
– Compliments of G. Rygert, Marietta, GA

4. Ketchup ReplacementThis stuff is the ultimate replacement for Ketchup, and is just awesome on burgers. Tangy flavor with just a kiss of heat.

5. Lechón baboy is just better – Dean’s spouse hails from the island nation, Philippines.  One of her homeland’s treasured national foods is known at Lechón baboy, a spit-roasted whole hog, fired long and slow in a time honored tradition that results in supernaturally crisp teak-colored skin, yet fall-off-the-bone moist meat entrapped within the skin.  We’ve had the local (there’s only one here in the Atlanta area we know of) lechón maker add Dean’s STS to the usual host of Asian spices that the hog is stuffed with before cooking, resulting in quite unique flavor combinations.

Dean’s STS – Smokin’ Texas Barbecue Sauce all natural is a deliberate antithesis of the stereotypical sweet-n-syrupy BBQ sauces found in the major retailers. Not a “boutique” sauce but we can tell you that Dean’s Smokin’ Texas BBQ Sauce is not the typical sauce found at your local grocer.

Dennis’ Pineapple BBQ Sauce Easy Chicken Breasts Recipe

 

Easy Chicken Breasts


We have carried Dennis’ Pineapple BBQ sauce for many years and found that Dennis who is an excellent chef, shares recipes for his products. We love his products, have for a long time now, and just wanted to share this simple recipe for easy chicken breasts. If you want to grill these, make sure you do it low and slow as the BBQ sauce will burn under high heat. No shame in doing it in the oven either, enjoy and thanks to Reva Foods LLC for the recipe!

Ingredients:

4 – 6 oz. Chicken breasts
1 cup Dennis’ Pineapple BBQ Sauce

Directions:

. Place chicken breasts in food safe plastic bag.
. Pour in 1 cup Dennis’ Pineapple BBQ Sauce and refrigerate for 60 minutes.
. Put chicken and sauce mixture into an oven safe dish and bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-35 minutes or until chicken reaches 150 degrees.

Pigchaser Pineapple Mango BBQ Sauce – 1st Place at Gettin Sauced 2012

Pigchaser Pineapple Mango BBQ Sauce was a huge winner at the 2012 Gettin Sauced Rewards, winning a 1st place inf the Fruit Bottled Division, taking home first place! Gettin’ Sauced Award’s is a very competitive event and the list of contestants is pretty impressive. Winner of 4 of 5 stars from BBQ Sauce Reviews, this sauce is a winner and we are happy to see that the word is getting out there!

Congratulations Ron!

 

“Beer Can” Chicken on the Grill Friends Porcelain Chicken Sitter

Moist tender chicken on the inside and yummy crispy skin on the outside.

This is almost a weekly meal in our house. It’s a healthy meal that everyone eats and doesn’t take too long to cook. After you’ve made it once, you’ll never purchase a grocery store rotisserie again!  The Grill Friends Porcelain Chicken Sitter Stand heats up and gives way to a moist tender chicken on the inside and yummy crispy skin on the outside.

1 4-5 pound roasting chicken, preferably Amish or Kosher or Organic

1 Elizabeth Karmel’s Grill Friends Porcelain Chicken Sitter Stand

3 tablespoons of favorite dry spice rub recipe, divided

Olive oil

Kosher salt and freshly-ground pepper

Liquid to fill Chicken Sitter; water, apple juice, beer, white wine

Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat

Remove neck and giblets and pat dry chicken with paper towels.

Brush chicken all over with oil and season with 2 tablespoons dry rub or simply salt and pepper. Set aside.

Fill Chicken Sitter about ¾ of the way full with any liquid, beer, water, apple juice, white time. Also sprinkle one tablespoon of dry rub inside the Chicken Sitter as well. Place Chicken Sitter in center of cooking grate and move legs apart so the body cavity slides over the top of the Chicken Sitter. The chicken will appear to be “sitting” on the grate.

Cook chicken for 1 – 1½ hours or until the internal temperature registers 165ºF in the breast area and 180ºF in the thigh. Remove from grill and let rest for 10 minutes before carving.

Note: When removing from grate, be careful not to spill contents of Chicken Sitter, as it will be very hot. Use a pair of locking tongs and grab the bottom of the beer can and place on a platter or cutting board to cool.

Recipe adapted from www.elizabethkarmel.com