We’ve officially reached the point in the year where a nice bowl of hot chili on any given day is a treat for the body and the soul. At smofried.com we believe in adding as much BBQ to just about anything that we can get our hands on. The combination of classic chili ingredients with slow smoked pulled pork BBQ makes this chili a culinary intersection of the best from two different worlds. It’s almost like taking the best of the summer and adding it to the best of the winter thus making the best of all time. Continue reading “Smoked BBQ Chili”
While I acknowledge that hundred if not thousands of BBQ joints all across the nation cook several hundred pounds of meat on a day to day basis I must give myself a pat on the back for completing the feat myself. April 23, was the big kick off for the Kentucky Derby Festival aka Thunder Over Louisville. If you grew up in Louisville, KY or even if you’ve visited between the months of April and May you know just how serious this two weeks of festivities can be. Continue reading “ElToro.com – Thunder Over Louisville Party”
BBQ can mean a variety of things across the United States, but in the south east it means one thing… and that’s pulled pork. Made famous in the beautiful southern state of South Carolina, pulled pork is a staple as well as a crowning achievement for many backyard chefs. I guarantee that if you visit any true southern cookout this weekend pulled pork will be in attendance as the main dish! Continue reading “Pulled Pork – The SmoFried Guide”
No matter your background we can all agree that nothing compares to authentic Chinese food. We can also agree that nothing compares to authentic southern BBQ. So when I had the idea to combine the best of both worlds the result was probably the guiltiest of all guilty culinary pleasures. Apparently smoked pulled pork, sesame oil, ginger and crispy spring roll wraps were destined to be together all along.