Category: Recipes

Steakhouse Smash BurgersSteakhouse Smash Burgers

December 22, 2021December 22, 2021
Three Steakhouse Smash Burger lined up and ready to serve.

In honor of the Tennessee Titans Game, I am showing everyone how to make an epic burger: The Steakhouse Smash Burger. This burger, seasoned with a few of my Spiceology spices, is a double patty smash burger covered with horseradish mayo, maple bourbon onions and slow smoked prime rib. Come see what it’s all about! […]

Chorizo Breakfast FattyChorizo Breakfast Fatty

December 21, 2021December 21, 2021
Chorizo Breakfast Fatty sliced and served.

Chorizo Breakfast Fatty is here and it’ll make your Christmas morning something to remember! I partnered up with Oklahoma Joe’s to bring this delicious, bacon wrapped, chorizo, egg, hash browns and cheese stuffed breakfast to life. The best part? You can prepare it the night before! This means Christmas morning will be filled with more […]

Shotgun Prime RibShotgun Prime Rib

December 20, 2021December 20, 2021

‘Tis the season for large family gatherings and a plentiful feast to feed them all. Now that turkey day is over, our minds and appetites switch gears back to beef (or if you’re like me, you secretly always stayed geared towards beef). Prime Rib is my favorite holiday feast centerpiece, and this year we did […]

Bourbon Beef WellingtonBourbon Beef Wellington

December 15, 2021December 15, 2021

She’s beauty and she’s grace. She’s queen of 50 states, elegance and taste. She’s…a Bourbon Beef Wellington. A whole beef tenderloin, seared, covered in mustard, wrapped in duxelles and prosciutto, tucked into a cocoon of puff pastry, and baked. Yes, the exquisite roast that is the Beef Wellington. This Old English classic was a dead […]

Holiday Rotisserie GooseHoliday Rotisserie Goose

December 14, 2021December 14, 2021

Holiday Rotisserie Goose is one massive bird packed with flavor! Yes, you read that right, today I’m hitting you with a goose recipe. Is this the goose you see pestering park walkers and pond ponderers? No. This is a white goose, which is a dark meat (similar to duck) and quite delicious when cooked properly. […]