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Al Pastor Traeger Hack

Recipe
April 19, 2021

Al Pastor Traeger Hack

Recipe
April 19, 2021
The Vitals: the recipe: Al Pastor Traeger Hack the smoker: Traeger Ironwood 885  the time: about an hour the full nelson: too damn fun not to try Lazy Sunday cookouts have been a running theme in my backyard lately. On Sundays, like in this Instagram Reels post, I’ve been hitting up my neighborhood carniceria. Their selection of marinated meats and salsas are damn tasty when I don’t feel like dedicating a weekend for the prep. And it gave me a ...
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Vietnamese Pork Kabob Recipe

Asian
August 20, 2020

Vietnamese Pork Kabob Recipe

Asian
August 20, 2020
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Tri Tip Roast: Bang for your STEAK Buck

Barbecue
July 3, 2020
Tri Tip Roast Tri Tip Roast is a flat out flavorful and affordable cut of beef that takes to the grill like beer at a baseball game. This cut is commonly found in California but don’t be surprised to find them at your local butcher shops and Costcos. I have been on a big Tri Tip kick as of late and if you are looking for some Bang for your Steak Buck for this 4th of July, look no further.
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Chimichurri recipe: the best bbq sauce ever

Recipe
June 30, 2020
Chimichurri recipe: the last word on BBQ sauce I wish Argentina was a little closer. Their style of barbecue, asado, has long been the blueprint of many backyard bbqs at Casa Khan. For years I relied on the food processor and red wine vinegar for my benchmark chimichurri recipe. Then one fine day I found myself without red wine vinegar and too lazy to pull out the food processor. I turned to plain old white vinegar and my chef’s knife. ...
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Recipe: Al Pastor tacos

Recipe
February 6, 2019

Recipe: Al Pastor tacos

Recipe
February 6, 2019
The Vitals: recipe: Al Pastor tacos difficulty: medium health rating:healthy time: 1 hour + marinade time <scroll down for ingredients and instructions> As much as I love scouring the country for Cheap Eats, I love grilling at home just as much. My preference is to cook over a “live fire”, which for me is hardwood charcoal. These days I have a backyard, so lighting up a grill is pretty easy but back when I lived in a loft, I had to ...
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