This healthy potato pancake recipe is baked instead of fried. Cheddar cheese, onion, and our Kansas City Southern Rib Rub make it a breakfast fave. To save even more calories, swap out the regular cheddar cheese for low-fat, and substitute light sour cream for regular.
Why not try something a little different this year for Thanksgiving? Our smoked turkey recipe starts out with a super simple dry brining process using Caboose Kansas City Southern Rib Rub. We use our Traeger grill to smoke and roast our turkey, but you can follow the same process with a simple smoker box on your…
Juustoleipä (Finnish for “bread cheese”) is used as a delicious base for any of our seasonings to create a simple, yet delicious hors d’oeuvre. Serve with wine or crackers for a delicious appetizer. As sampled at our Williams-Sonoma Artisan’s Market events!
This baby back ribs recipe is as easy as 3-2-1: 3 hours on smoke, 2 hours in foil, one hour finished with BBQ sauce. The 3-2-1 cooking method is a tried-and-true technique used by competition BBQ teams around the country, and these smoked baby back ribs are a real crowd pleaser! Features our Kansas City Southern…
Who would have thought to use our Kansas City Southern Rib Rub to season chili? Laurie, a member of the Tasting Crew, that’s who! We had to try some for ourselves… and it’s delicious! In fact, I’m eating it as I write this post. 🙂
Finger steaks make great Paleo snacks. Typical finger steaks are breaded and deep-fried. These are made Paleo & Primal friendly by coating them with a breading made from a mixture of shredded unsweetened coconut, flaxseed meal, and almond meal, which bakes to a delicious crispy texture in your oven.
Looking for a quick weeknight meal? Look no further! This beef shish kabob recipe can be made with virtually any kind of steak or beef and can be put together in 30 minutes or less.
Our Kansas City Southern Rib Rub isn’t just for ribs! It’s delicious in this baked grilled chicken recipe.
Did you know you can create competition-worthy BBQ ribs in the oven? The result: mouthwatering and tender spare ribs with a caramelized crust. What’re you waiting for? Video recipe and printable recipe after the jump!