Category: BBQ

2013 Grand Oyster BBQ Championship

Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to the 2013 Grand Oyster BBQ Championship held in Seaside, Oregon.  While fishing for Sturgeon, actually while watching Ben fishing for Sturgeon each contestant was allowed to phone in their ingredients to a hot supply line for the evening Oyster…

The Hunting Chef 44 Birthday-Argentina Style Part two

This is the second day of my 44 birthday celebration. The morning began with breakfast for 12 people.  I pull out the World War one Cast Iron skillet that Grover casted me off his original one.  It is one heavy piece of cooking equipment to add to the arsenal…

The Hunting Chef turns Double Quatro Part 1

I recently turned 44, and my wife and friends decided that it was the perfect opportunity to celebrate over a three-day food, drink, and more food bender.  We made a few calls to the butcher, we made a check list of ingredients, watched a…

How to throw a party….Hunting Chef Style

There are a few recipes I will not blog about.  The first being my World Renown Wings.  I have worked on this recipe for years and it has been tested in numerous throw downs and has never failed.  I would normally share the recipe,…

Leg of Lamb on the Traeger Smoker Grill

One of my most favorite things is to prepare meat dishes that people say they would never eat or try to have them devour their entire plate not knowing what they ate.  Perhaps that is the “Bad Side” of me, but I see it…

Prime Rib on the Traeger Smoker Grill

I apologize for my lack of blogging.  However, with my travel schedule and the holidays I have been just too busy to keep up.  I had a few phone calls the past few weeks on how to do a few different kinds of roast…

Smoked Chicken and Baby Back Ribs for Fathers Day

I asked my father what he wanted for father’s day he said the same thing he said last year.  I want your smoked chicken and your baby back ribs!  I put the video on, a year ago on how to do the ribs.  This…

Wild Mushroom Stuffed Quail with Truffle Sauce

When quail season begins, I get a little giddy about it.  Something about these fat, little luscious birds that are not only fun to hunt, but they are great to eat.  There are several species of quail, but they all taste great on the…

The Tri-Tip (North) vs. The Texas Brisket (South) Debate

I have been reading about this debate for years, and have participated in my share of blog arguments.  I have tried to make Brisket myself, and really did not make one or had one made for me that really was all that good.  So…

Grilled Bananas with Maple Creme Fraiche and Mixed Berries

I was watching the Food Network channel with my youngest daughter (she was watching Elmo on the I Pad) and they had a special All Star BBQ show on and my ole buddy Bobby Flay did this dish and I thought to myself.  I…

Greek Lamb Gyro Burgers

My favorite time of year in Oregon is Spring.  The mountains stop snowing, the flowers start blooming, the Morel’s start popping, turkeys begin gobbling, and the lambs start to hit the butcher.  I have a friend aka “Egg Man” where I get my fresh…

Cedar Planked Springer Salmon in the Green Egg

My buddy gave me this recipe about three years ago and I must say, it is a great way to cook salmon.  Especially fresh Spring King Salmon from the Columbia River in Oregon.  I made it the next day after a client caught a…