Wood Fire Flavor (and Additional Oven Space) for Thanksgiving While most assume that the most popular grilling days are during peak grilling season: the Fourth of July, Memorial Day, or Labor Day, that isn’t actually the case for us here at Memphis Wood Fire..
Football season has arrived, and Sundays are now reserved for tailgating and game-watching. Regardless of where you are or what team you’re rooting for, good Football Sundays across the nation all have one thing in common: downright delicious food. Don’t..
One of the greatest joys of owning a Memphis Wood Fire Grill is the ability to produce new and better dishes than ever before. We call our grills the backyard chef’s secret weapon. The recipes you can create with your Memphis (grill, smoker, searer and convection..
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and it’s time to decide whether to take your honey to an over-crowded, over-priced restaurant or cook a three course dinner on your Memphis without breaking a sweat. Still deciding? We’ll wait… If you live in the Northern..
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. You've planned your Turkey, the star of the show. You know what your grand finale will be with, Three Classic Pie. But Thanksgiving is a day when you eat more than you thought possible and you can't do that without your..
Pie is the grand finale of any Thanksgiving meal. Making three pies can seem like a lot but with our three classic recipes, you can bake them on the grill at the same time. Impress your guests without breaking a sweat. Apple Crumble Pie Make an apple pie that..
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and if you are hosting this year then you are probably already planning your menu. We are here to help! Let's start with the most important thing on your list. The centerpiece of the meal, your Turkey. Cooking the turkey..
Whether you use your Memphis grill to delight guests or prefer to grill in solitude, once word gets out that you are the proud owner of a top-of-the-line cooking instrument, you are bound to be entertaining big groups regularly. The tricky part of hosting is..
The brisket is a cut of meat that comes from the lower part of a cow's chest; the part that sits between the front legs. This cut can be tough because it is comprised of a pair of pectoral muscles that do a lot of work when the animal moves around. There isn't..
Perfecting a skillset in the kitchen is no easy task. Home cooks looking to enhance their reputation at the kitchen counter or even in front of their Memphis Wood Fire Grill will find a good bone broth the perfect recipe for success. For those of us brought..
While bearing gifts on Valentine's Day usually constitutes a decadent dose of chocolate or candy, another equally viable alternative is preparing a lovely meal for you and your loved one. In the interest of making your meal and evening a memorable one, Memphis..
Autumn has arrived - crisp cool days have replaced the warmer weather of summer signaling the beginning of a new season. In some parts of the country, the first few flakes of snow are christening the landscape. If ever there was a time for thanks, this would..
For this year's upcoming Thanksgiving turkey, the team here at Memphis Wood Fire Grills did a side-by-side taste test with two identical birds, each prepared a bit differently. With the first, we prepared it simply using one of our favorite dry rubs. With the..
Grilled Sausage This recipe for grilled sausage is perfect for an evening when you have a short time to cook dinner, but still want to make something delicious for your family. Begin by firing up the Memphis to 650. Once the grill has reached temperature, switch..