Ditch the Standby's and Up Your BBQ Game!
Summer means barbecues! Whether you’re preparing a meal for your family or for a a gathering of friends, there’s a ton of great recipes out there.
Cheeseburgers and hot dogs are the old stand-by. You probably don’t need a recipe for those! Let’s put a twist on the ‘meat and a bun’ formula with something your guests might not know: Baltimore Pit Beef!
Baltimore pit beef involves marinating a top sirloin roast with a mixture of spices. The spice rub really sets Pit Beef apart – it’s salty, spicy, and has a nearly blackened crust. Delicious! Fire up the charcoal grill to roast the beef for about an hour until its tender on the inside. Once it’s done, slice it thin and pile it high, then slather a toasted bun with the signature “Tiger Sauce” – mayo, horseradish, lemon juice, and garlic – and you’ve got a new favorite!
While the grill is hot, fire up some grilled corn! Bobby Flay, Food Network’s resident Grill Master, has a great recipe that uses “BBQ Butter.” Use the leftover spice mix from the Pit Beef and a squirt of lime to kick the corn up a notch!
Pair these two flavorful dishes with a refreshing summer salad to round out the menu. Happy grilling!
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