We use quick rising yeast so this recipe for homemade brown bread is ready for baking after rising only once. The rolled oats adds chewiness and keeps this traditional loaf moist while the molasses darkens its color. Brown bread is the perfect partner to a pot of Old Fashioned..
You can whip this no fuss banana bread up using a bowl, a loaf pan, a wooden spoon, a measuring cup, and some measuring spoons. That’s it! Make sure to use over-ripe bananas with yellow skins that are beginning to blacken and you’ll end up with a moist and tasty loaf. Our..
We’ve created a healthier version of a traditional favorite; the sausage roll. Our recipe swaps out the fattier beef and/or pork filling and uses ground chicken instead. We also snuck in a few veggies to these little bite-sized rolls so you can feel good out adding them to..
It’s hard to resist an apple turnover. If you have pre-made puff pastry in the freezer it won’t take much time to get these tasty parcels baking on a Memphis pellet grill. We have an easy puff pastry recipe listed in the baking section but puff pre-made pastry available at..
This easy puff pastry is a great item to have on hand in the freezer. Very versatile, it can be used for a quick dessert or made into a savory appetizer. The recipe that follows yields four squares of pastry dough.
Here’s a savoury bread that comes in handy when you have a gang to feed at lunchtime. We like to slice the loaf horizontally and then fill it with layers of mayo, Dijon mustard, salami, provolone cheese and tomato slices then simply slice the whole loaf into sandwich sections...
You can use either fresh or frozen berries when you whip up a batch of these yummy blueberry muffins. When fresh local blueberries make an appearance in late summer we always head out to the countryside to pick these perfect little wonders by the bucket-full. And the ones that..
This classic cake is always hard to resist. It’s a no-fuss winner that has stood the test of time. We keep a can of pineapple slices handy so we are prepared when a craving for this old-fashioned upside-down cake hits.
We all know a Memphis Wood Fire Grill can bake better than any kitchen oven, but what about adding a level of delightful spookiness to the equation with delicious bread fingers? They're sure to surprise with both flavor and creepiness! And if store bought dough isn't..
We were intrigued by a New York Times video we came across online for a no-knead bread. It seemed simple so we decided to give the technique a go. We changed Manhattan baker, Jim Lahey’s recipe up a bit, but for the most part used his method. Start the recipe the evening before..
Most people enjoy this treat at breakfast time, but who wants to get up early enough to go through the whole process of proofing yeast and waiting for dough to rise? Using this recipe makes it easy to serve warm buns for Sunday brunch; or on any other day of the week that tickles..
Pizza Night on Fridays is a family tradition at our house and the Memphis pellet grill gives us great results every time. This recipe yields two 14 inch pizzas and the grill can handle both pizzas at the same time. We find the non-stick pizza pans with small holes punched through..
This is our go-to bun recipe when we have a hankering for a pulled pork sandwich. There’s a bit of fiddling around involved in making these buns that includes dipping the formed dough balls into a boiling water bath for a few seconds before baking on the grill. The addition..
Blueberry season means we want to add blueberries to everything – including this Memphis-ready coffeecake recipe!