Perfect for a cool fall day, a family dinner or the Big Game, this Tailgate Brisket Chili recipe will warm you up and awaken your taste buds! It packs some heat with jalapenos, hot peppers, onions and plenty of spice!
Grilled butternut squash lends a beautiful harvest color and flavor to this rich and creamy soup, which is further enhanced with maple syrup, nutmeg, garlic, and more! Top it off with pumpkin seeds toasted on the grill for a slightly smoky flavor!
This soup delivers elegance, comfort, and taste in one bowl. The convection action of the Memphis Wood Pellet Grill is perfect for roasting cauliflower. Make sure to turn your cauliflower a few times as it roasts to ensure a golden brown surface on all sides. It is the browning..
Smoking fresh sausages for an easy meal is a no-brainer. When we smoke Italian sausages we always do a few extra so we can make a hearty sausage and bean soup a few days later. Commercially prepared fresh Italian sausage is usually available in either spicy or mild varieties..
My dad used to call this a good old Irish stew. His version would include only onions, potatoes, lamb (sometimes mutton) and broth, with a bit of salt and pepper for seasoning. He was a purist! Today I still keep it simple but like to add a carrot or two and sometimes a bit of..
On rare occasions we have some leftover smoked brisket, and when this happens we know it’s time for a big pot of chili. For this recipe we use pre-cooked canned beans and stewed tomatoes so everything comes together quickly. A long slow simmer on the stove-top, the occasional..
A bistro-esque soup no one will believe you made yourself (in under 25 minutes). We promise your Memphis won’t tell. And if you want to make this vegetarian-friendly, just substitute your chicken stock for vegetable stock.