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!

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

 

Ravens Bark BBQ Sauce: The Firehouse Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

Want something really spicy?  Combine Grill Friends Double Kabob Skewers and Ravensbark The Firehouse BBQ Sauce to make the perfect appetizer for parties, and family barbecues. The flavor combination is so good you’ll have guests asking for more sauce for dipping!

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Grill Time: 6-8 minutes

24 large raw shrimp
12 strips of thinly sliced bacon
1 large fresh lime
2 cups RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Firehouse®

Shell and devein shrimp leaving tails on. Wrap each shrimp tightly with one half strip of bacon. Thread shrimp on each skewer so that they lay flat on their sides on the grill. Grill on medium-high heat for 3 to 4 minutes per side until bacon is cooked and shrimp are pink. Squeeze half the lime while on the grill. Remove shrimp to serving platter and squeeze over remaining lime. Brush with RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Firehouse® .

Serves 4.

Ravens Bark hails from Houston, Texas, where barbecue is an art form. Ravens Bark BBQ Sauce was born from a corporate client who was impressed with a homemade BBQ sauce they tasted while having dinner with the Ravens Bark family and asked them to develop it for his customers.  This request and a family recipe for homemade sauce became the inspiration for the original flavor, The General.  We craft our sauce in small batches, to control quality and insure freshness.  You can bet your boots that every bottle is fresh, balanced to perfection and will make you the neighborhood pit master. HFCS Free.

 

RavensBark BBQ – The Hickory: Grilled Texasburger

Ravens Bark Hickory Texas Burger.

Love a great big juicy delicious home-grilled burger?  Try a grilled Texasburger slathered with RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Hickory.

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Grill Time: 20 minutes

6 (6-ounce) burger patties
salt & freshly cracked black pepper, to taste
1 to 1-1/2 cups RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Hickory
12-15 slices yellow onion
6 good quality burger buns
melted butter

Heat a grill to medium hot. Pour 1 cup of the RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Hickory in a baking dish and place to the side.  Season burger patties with salt & pepper.  Place the onion slices around the perimeter of the grill surface turning once during the cook process. Grill the burgers to desired degree of doneness.  With about 3-4 minutes before the burgers are done, place the burger patties in the baking dish with sauce, turning to coat both sides well and return to the grill to caramelize the sauce.  Open the buns and paint the insides with melted butter. Place buns, buttered sides down, on the grill rack; grill buns just long enough to lightly brown, with edges slightly crisp. Place a burger on each bun and pour some of RavensBark BBQ Sauce – The Hickory on top and layer on grilled onion slices. Serves 6

 

Grilled Clams

This weekend we went to a family barbecue in Buffalo, NY and we were inspired!  Nothing says summer like fresh grilled shellfish.  We got our inspiration after watching our cousins “steam” clams on the grill.  They had a cooler filled with little neck clams and placed them directly on the grill over medium heat.  Once the clams are open, they are cooked.  Simply place the cooked clams in bowl and serve with hot sauce or a sprinkle of some Nantucket Off-Shore Bayou Rub.  It’s a crowd pleaser not to mention a great icebreaker.  Standing over a bowl of steaming hot clams is sure to get the conversation going.  Enjoy.