Summer: roll out the ice box, set up the grill, kick back and let the fire do the cookin'. Fall: visit the local apple orchard and pick your favorite variety of apples for apple pie. Winter: ham, duh! Spring: juice oranges and strawberries are coming back into season!! Next summer: roll out the ice box and start it all over again!Slow-Cooked Brisket by Billy Parisi
1. Easy Dinner: Tender Slow-Cooked Brisket
If you're looking for the prime rib of barbecue, it's the brisket! Given a lot of time, brisket will come out to be one of the tenderest meats you've ever had. Chef Billy Parisi shares this special rub that makes this dish a star. You'll want to watch how this dish, mixed with tons of spices, comes out in this Grokker Premium video. Watch all of Billy's Prime Cut series videos.
2. How to Make Beef and Bean Chili
In this video, you'll see how to make a 5-star beef and bean chili. Seasoned ground beef hooks up with tomatoes, onions, and kidney and pinto beans in this prize-winning chili. Simmer it slowly on the stove or toss all the ingredients into the slow cooker.
3. Chili Dog - The Ultimate Chili Dog Chili Recipe!
Learn how to make the ultimate chili dog with this video recipe. Chili dogs are kind of the best hot dogs ever and they are easy, too, with this perfect chili dig chili recipe.
4. Venison Chili
Nothing warms the soul like a bowl of hot chili. Check out how the BBQ Pit Boys prepare a classic Venison Chili, slow cooked and smoked on a barbecue grill.
5. MANLOAF! Turkey Chipotle Meatloaf Sandwich
What exactly makes a MANLOAF so, manly? It's the Man Slaw, of course. MAN UP!
6. Easy Sloppy Joes
Sloppy Joes are often the target of sandwich snobberypeople just don't believe they're in the same class as clubs, Reubens, or even hamburgers. Which is a shame, because these hot, messy sandwiches are delicious. Sloppy Joes may be known as lowbrow cafeteria food, but they’re still delicious. To make these satisfying hot sandwiches, cook bell peppers, onions, and garlic until softened; add tomato paste; and then brown ground beef or turkey in the same pot. Add a few seasonings along with Worcestershire and tomato sauce, and simmer until the flavors concentrate into a sweet, tangy mixture. Pile a generous helping on a toasted bun, top with our Cabbage and Carrot Herbed Slaw, and don’t forget to tuck a napkin under your chin.