We all stayed in and cooked at home more than ever – here are the top 9 recipes you loved in 2020.
As a recipe developer, it’s always exciting to see people trying my recipes in their own kitchens. For all the crud 2020 brought with it, the silver lining was perhaps feeling more than ever that I was helping y’all out. It was so comforting to see so many folks create, enjoy and feast on their versions of my recipes. I thought I would round it all out by sharing the most popular ones, in case you missed em and want to give them a shot!
Smoked Tri Tip Steak
Think you couldn’t possibly love steak anymore? Wait until you try it smoked. Check out this recipe for perfectly medium rare Smoked Tri Tip. And best part – it takes only about an hour! Recipe here.
How to make homemade bacon
There are few single ingredients that are so universally adored as bacon. And the only thing better than bacon is homemade bacon. It’s the carnivore’s quarantine version of the sourdough craze. Recipe here.
How to cook a Tomahawk steak
Get ready to grill up this Flintstone-inspired behemoth, which is easy once you know how. The tomahawk seems intimidating BUT is the perfect cut to learn how to get a killer crust and a perfectly cooked interior. Recipe here.
Jalapeno & Cheddar Sausage Rolls
Nothing quite says “comfort food” like combining meat and pastry. Texan-fied with the addition of cheddar and fresh jalapeno peppers. Recipe here.
Tex Mex Meatballs
Crushed tortilla chips replace traditional breadcrumbs to keep these meatballs moist but packed with Tex Mex flavor. These are in regular rotation on our dinner schedule! Recipe here.
The ultimate smoked meatloaf recipe.
This might be the single most popular recipe I released this year. It’s a smoky bbq-glazed meatloaf that’s still tender in the middle. And it’s seriously delicious. Recipe here.
Sweet ‘n’ tangy smoked chicken wings
Coated in sweet, tangy BBQ sauce, this recipe for classic smoked chicken wings is a winner. The 2020 twist is now you don’t have to share them. Recipe here.
Al Pastor-style charred pineapple glazed ribs
Smokey, charred pineapple glazes the top of these vividly red ribs, smoked to perfection. It’s Al Pastor, but not as you know it. Recipe here.
Crispy fried ribeye “chicharron”
Yes – it’s steak fried in animal fat. Yes – it’s super indulgent. Yes – it’s one of the best things you’ll ever taste. Recipe here