Simple Wood-Fired Ciabatta Bread Recipe
Recipe for Ciabatta made in our wood-fired brick oven. At Bread Stone Ovens, we love wood-fired cooking! Check out our blog for more wood-fired recipes & tips!
Basic Pork Rub
If you're new to low and slow barbecue, I suggest starting off with this rub. It has all the key ingredients for a perfectly flavored pulled pork. It's also great on ribs. This recipe makes enough rub for 1 pork roast or 2 large racks of ribs.
Kansas City Rub for Pork
Kansas City is known for its fantastic barbecued ribs. This rub is about as traditional as you can get. Apply this to pork ribs, cook low and slow, and slather with a sweet barbecue sauce. Your taste buds will thank you! This recipe makes enough for 3-4 slabs of ribs or 1-2 pork roasts, so adjust ingredients accordingly to suit your needs. You can kick up the heat with a little extra Cayenne.Photo by: Sabrina Baksh
Memphis Style Rib Rub
Memphis is known for its "dry" ribs. "Dry" ribs start out with a rub and then are smoked low and slow. No sauce. Just ribs, herbs and spices.
A simple Carolina Rub recipe that can be used on anything from ribs to chops, roasts to whole hog. Remember to increase the recipe if you are planning to cook a large amount. This recipe will cover 3-4 slabs of ribs. One trick for using this rub is to slather a thin layer of yellow mustard over the meat before sprinkling with the rub.
Grilled Rosemary Potatoes
These extra-crispy potatoes are easy to cook on the grill in foil and are tossed in my grandmother’s rosemary seasoning recipe!