No Smoke, Oven Smoked Crown Roast of Pork with New Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, White Onions and Smoky Romesco Sauce

The crown roast is a grand and festive dish usually reserved for holidays or special occasions.  The preparation is way more complex than a typical pork roast but the final presentation makes it all worthwhile. Another benefit of the “crown” is that it provides a perfect vessel for small vegetables, stuffing, or whatever else you are serving with it. 

Using our smoked rub seasoning gives this dish an added dimension and the slow-cook method insures juicy, tasty meat. Red, green and white vegetables provide a holiday flair. The Romesco sauce adds harmony to the smoke theme and brings the dish together. 

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Common Cracker Stuffing

With another holiday to cook for right around the corner, we know that stuffing can be a big crowd pleaser! Here's our recipe for a common cracker stuffing that gives you all the taste, without the turkey!

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Hard Apple Cider Sorbet

A chilly take on a year end favorite.  Warm up your insides, and cool down your taste buds with a handmade sorbet, crafted from hard cider.  Please keep in mind that this recipe uses hard cider...if serving to any persons under the age of 21, please either skip this recipe; or use a non-alcoohlic cider.

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Confit Turkey Legs with Shallots

Confit is a classic and very effective technique for cooking turkey legs (thighs and/or drumsticks). You simply "cure" the meat overnight and cook it low and slow, covered in oil. Our seasoning works great for this and adds an extra note of smokiness.

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Sous Vide Turkey Breast

Sous vide cooking (slow cooking in a water bath) is perfect for turkey breast. The slow cooking keeps the juices in and the seasoning technique gets much needed flavor deep into the meat. 
Our smoked rub gives it an extra dimension of flavor.

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Thanksgiving Turkey Schnitzel with Sauerkraut Tartar Sauce

With Thanksgiving coming up, there is plenty of turkey around and we will all be eating too much of it. So why not change it up a bit (OK, a lot) by doing something out of the box that incidentally, addresses all the key issues of making turkey taste good. Schnitzel is nothing more than breaded cutlet, German style. We added our smoked rub for flavor and a tangy tartar sauce to compliment the fried meat. Easy to prepare, fun to eat. Maybe not what you would serve at the holiday table as a main course, but if you see a turkey breast at a sale price you can’t resist….

 

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