Looking for ideas for your upcoming holiday meal? Well, you’re in luck! This BBQ holiday recipe guide is a compilation of main dishes, sides/appetizers, and dessert (yep, singular. I’m working on that). The list will be updated as more recipes get developed and posted, so keep checking back!
Prime rib is the crown jewel to any holiday meal! Bone in or boneless, this recipe is has you covered. Adding some smoke flavor will help you win over any hungry crowd!
Take that store-bought ham and smoke it again with wood flavor of your choice! Also, make a glaze that will taste much better than that packet you got in the package.
Smoking a turkey for the holidays just might become your new favorite tradition! With the help of a brine, smoke flavor, and garlic butter, this juicy, flavorful bird will be an upgrade from the holiday turkey you grew up with.
Having a smaller gathering this year? Smoked turkey breast is quicker to cook than a full turkey and still tastes amazing! Brine, rub and smoke is all you need!
Brisket is the king of all barbecued meats. With some folks wanting to buck tradition for their holiday meals, I added this one to the BBQ holiday recipe guide. It can be intimidating to cook due to the time and cost, but this recipe will guide you and make you look like a natural to your friends and family!
Pork tenderloin lends itself well to many different variety of seasonings and styles. Marinating in teriyaki, smoking on the grill with cherry wood, and searing provide an excellent way to eat this excellent cut of meat!
Ham and cheese sliders are mini sandwiches that pack a punch of flavor! Using Hawaiian rolls, slices of ham and Swiss cheese, and a mixture of other ingredients including Worcestershire sauce, onion flakes, and butter, these sliders are very popular and vanish quick!
BBQ pulled pork nachos are an excellent use of leftover pulled pork. They can be served up as either an appetizer for a small crowd or a main dish for a small gathering.
In my opinion, roasted Brussels Sprouts are the best way to eat this vegetable. But add bacon and garlic to them and you’ve got a side dish worth diving into!
A recipe from Chef Anthony DiBernardo from Swig & Swine in South Carolina, this side dish is comfort food at its finest.
Biscuits are the ultimate comfort food: they can be a side to your comfort food main dish or be the main dish itself. They are also acceptable to eat with any meal any time of the day, which makes them a perfect addition to this holiday meal guide! With a kiss of hickory smoke, this recipe will make you want to eat biscuits with every meal!
Smoked chicken wings are great for watching football during the holidays…or any time of the year! Get some smoke flavor first, then crank the heat to get a crispy skin. Sauce them and you’ve got yourself an awesome appetizer!
These smoked candied pecans are perfect for holiday snacking! Mixing ingredients like brown sugar, maple syrup, and cinnamon, then adding a hint of hickory smoke flavor take pecans to the next level.
Take those smoked candied pecans and put them in a pie! With the help of sugar, butter, and a kiss of hickory smoke, this smoked candied pecan pie is exactly what your family and friends want for a holiday dessert!