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Chili Garlic Butter Shrimp

Chili Garlic Butter Shrimp just might be one of the simplest recipes you will ever make! It’s ready within 15 mins and it will leave your taste buds wanting more. They are good for an appetizer or a light lunch, shoot who am I kidding they are good for any time of the day! Let’s...

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Smoked Pork Loin

Pork loin comes from the part of the pig between the back fat and the ribs. An insanely flavorful cut of pork! This Smoked loin is the perfect recipe for any kind of gathering. Friends, family or just a work potluck, you will have everyone wondering how you made it taste so good. It’s full...

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Birria Tacos

What are Birria Tacos? The only way to sum it up is that they are juicy, cheesy, crispy and absolutely life-changing! Well, there is way more to it but that’s exactly what comes to mind when I think about Birria Tacos. Technically it’s a Birria de res stew and it’s slow-cooked meat (like goat, chuck...

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Shrimp Tacos with a Cilantro Lime Sauce

I have been favoring shrimp lately and I keep finding myself craving shrimp tacos. This time around I made some spicy shrimp with a homemade guac and cilantro lime sauce. The flavors were perfectly balanced, leaving my taste buds wanting more. There are three key components to make this recipe and I am happy to...

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Parmesan Herb Lobster Tails

I have been craving Lobster Tails as of late, but not just any lobster, lobster tails baked in my pizza oven with a parmesan herb crust. I know you think it sounds like a lot, trust me, it’s pretty simple and the finished results are the ultimate reward. All you need is a few simple...

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Spice Rub Sirloin Steak

Top Sirloin Medallions are the cut from the top sirloin. The cap is taken off, then it is cut in half down the middle with the grain. It’s not the most desired cut of beef but this spice rub recipe can help enhance the meat to make it a pleasurable experience. While making this recipe...

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Butter Basted New York Strip

  This is the only method I use for my NY Strip steaks! It involves butter, garlic, thyme & onion on a smoking hot cast iron! It doesn’t get much better than this! EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE Napoleon Kettle Charcoal chimney Fire starters Heat Resistant Gloves Meater Probe For more beef recipes, click the...