Reverse Seared Ribeyes with Onion Blue Cheese Sauce

Reverse searing steaks on the Grill Dome kamado consists of cooking the steaks over indirect heat then finishing them with a quick high-heat sear.  It’s a great method for cooking perfect steaks.  This recipe calls for an onion blue cheese sauce that though somewhat on the unhealthy side…is ridiculously good on

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Lasagna

An easy way to take a staple Italian dish like lasagna to the next level is adding a bit of smokey flavor by baking it on the Grill Dome.  Depending on the size of the crowd you’ll be serving, you can add extra layers or make a double batch of

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Bacon Wrapped Pimento Cheese Stuffed Shrimp

Grilled bacon wrapped shrimp on the Grill Dome are one of those appetizers to make if you’re really trying to show off your cookin’ skills  This recipe calls for a pimento cheese stuffing and though the prep is a bit involved, your guests will be thanking you over and over

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Beer Brats with Spiced Apple Cabbage

If you love to grill then there’s a good chance beer brats frequent your menu for football parties and camping trips.  The great thing about beer brats is they’re great year round.  This recipe adds a bit of a fall/winter kick by adding a tasty spiced apple cabbage topping.  Full

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Bourbon Bread Pudding

One of the best sweet sides you can serve up with some summertime BBQ is bread pudding.  And what can make any old bread pudding recipe even better??  Adding a bit of bourbon and baking it on your Grill Dome!  Check out the full recipe below with step by step

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Cherry Balsamic Ribeye Kabobs with Roasted Bacon Wrapped Corn

Check out this recipe for Cherry Balsamic Ribeye Kabobs with Roasted Bacon Wrapped Corn…all cooked on the Grill Dome.  Using ribeye for your protein in this recipe knocks these kabobs out of the ballpark, not to mention how amazing bacon wrapped corn on the cob is!  Recipe and video below.  Enjoy!

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Brie Stuffed Bison Sliders with Raspberry BBQ Sauce

Bison burgers are a staple in my family.  The meat is incredibly flavorful and has many health benefits over ground beef.  A great way to serve up bison burgers for a crowd is making small, stuffed patties and serving them up slider style.  Top them with the homemade raspberry BBQ

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Blueberry Ribs with Bourbon Butter Glazed Grilled Peaches

Fruit-based BBQ sauces are hands down my favorite sauces to use on pork ribs and this blueberry BBQ sauce is probably my favorite right now.  This sauce recipe is my go-to sweet rib sauce with the additional of blueberries.  Add on the bourbon butter grilled peaches to this and you’ve

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Dump Cake

Dump cake is an EASY dessert to make that brings back a lot of childhood memories for me (my mom made it a lot for special occasions when I was young).  Best thing about it is it tastes amazing when baked on the Grill Dome!  There’s something about that hint

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Skirt Steak Tacos with a Creamy Avocado Sauce

Skirt or flank steak (see the difference here) are both excellent options for cooking up some tasty tacos, burritos or fajitas.  In this recipe, we’ll be grilling up some skirt steak on the Grill Dome to make some yummy tacos that will be topped with a creamy avocado sauce.  Make

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Grilled Lamb Chops with Shallot Butter

If you haven’t grilled up some lamb chops on the Grill Dome kamado you’re seriously missing out!  Lamb chops are absolutely bursting with flavor, super tender and contrary to certain people’s opinions, they are NOT gamey tasting at all.  Lamb can be a bit pricier than beef, but it’s an

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Smoked Brisket Stuffed Bell Peppers

This is an excellent (and tasty!) recipe for utilizing any leftover brisket you may have. I realize left over brisket is a rare thing…so you may have to purposely set some aside for this! Ingredients: 4 bell peppers 2 cups chopped brisket 1 cup shredded yellow cheddar 1.5 cup shredded

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Smoked Brisket

People hardcore backyard BBQ’ers or competition guys will tell you one of the best things you can cook on the Grill Dome kamado is a brisket.  Brisket can be a bit challenging if you’re new to “low and slow” BBQ’ing, so below you’ll find step-by-step instructions for smoking a beef brisket

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Seared Yellowfin Tuna with a Creamy Soy Ginger Sauce

This is a quick and easy recipe for searing yellowfin tuna that is healthy, tasty and easy to both prep and cook on the Grill Dome kamado. Black Pepper Yellowfin Tuna Recipe: Sushi grade tuna of your choice (I used Yellowfin) Course ground black pepper (or you can use sesame

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Quick and Easy Grilled Mahi Mahi

Fresh Mahi Mahi is excellent when grilled on the Grill Dome. You can serve grilled Mahi Mahi w/ veggies; top a salad with it; or use it for some yummy fish tacos. Ingredients: Fresh Mahi Mahi fillets (the fresher, the better!) Oil (something w/ a high flash point like canola

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Mini Hawaiian Bacon Explosions

“Bacon Explosions”, or sometimes referred to as “Fatties”, “Bacon Fatties”, “Pork Fatties” or “Bacon Bombs”…. are a BBQ appetizer classic that are easy to cook and super tasty. This recipe is a take off Jason Day’s “Bacon Explosion” creation from late 2008. All you have to do is fill ground

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Coffee Rubbed Beef Back Ribs

Beef back ribs are a fun and tasty option to pork ribs and go really well with the homemade coffee rub below. This is a simple rub recipe that consists primarily of ingredients you most likely already have in your kitchen and goes well with beef ribs, briskets and steaks.

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Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin

Pork tenderloin is an excellent cut of meat to cook on the Grill Dome b/c it doesn’t take too long to cook, it’s incredibly tasty and there are a ton of ways to prepare it.  One of my go-to methods is to coat it with a homemade pecan rub and

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Bourbon Steak Skewers

This recipe if part of our Game Day Starters playlist on the Grill Dome YouTube Channel. Skewers are a quick, easy and tasty way to please a crowd.  You can go cheap and use chicken for your protein or you can splurge a bit and use some nice beef.  In this

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Moink Balls!

This recipe if part of our Game Day Starters playlist on the Grill Dome YouTube Channel. “Moink Balls” are bacon-wrapped meatballs, so you take “Moo” plus “Oink” and you come up with “Moink”  Moink Balls are incredible easy to make, quick to prepare and only take about 1 – 1 1/2 hours

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