Okay – what to do with that Kamado Joe JoeTisserie leftover Pork Roast from the yesterday cook?
Midge is out of town and I have a fridge full of take-out leftovers. I need to do something today before breaking out the vacuum sealer tomorrow.
It is no secret that a smoky grilled pizza is one of my favorite things to make on my Kamado Joe. Wait! Cold smoky grilled pizza is also right up there on my “favorites” list.
This is my current grilled pizza dough recipe! I am always tweaking things to see if I can get better results.
This recipe makes one 12 inch crust for your grilled pizza. Enough for one plus leftovers for the next day. Don’t forget the cold refreshing beverages!
Making beef jerky is easy! All you need is your food dehydrator. Check out my food dehydrator page for all things dehydrators.
Who doesn’t like beef jerky? You probably wouldn’t be looking at this if you didn’t!
Homemade beef jerky is my go-to snack when I am enjoying the outdoors.
Beef jerky bits are also the BFF’s favorite as well! Actually, just about everything is their favorite?
Your own homemade beef jerky won’t have all of those questionable “extra” ingredients such as flavorings, extracts, and modified this or that.
I have a good number of jerky recipes that I will share in the coming months. Since this is my first jerky recipe that I am posting, I will call this beef jerky recipe #1, and it will be part of my “How To Make Beef Jerky” series. I know it is not very imaginative!
I like this recipe because the marinade turns into a thick sauce like paste, making cleanup easier. The marinade also sticks to the meat better for flavorful homemade beef jerky.