Do hectic back-to-school routines get you down at dinnertime? Over on Parade.com, Rocky has some easy tips from making dinnertime fun (and delicious) no matter how busy you are.
Posted by: Stubb's on August 19, 2014 • 9:49 pm
Sometimes a hot summer day calls for something a little lighter for dinner. Rocky shares some great tips for grilling up fish and shrimp, Stubb’s style.
Posted by: Stubb's on May 7, 2014 • 6:00 pm
It’s National Barbecue Month – the perfect time for Rocky to kick off his series of articles on Parade.com’s food pages where he’ll share his expertise on everything from picking the right grill to barbecue tips and techniques he learned … Continue Reading »
Check out Rocky’s latest column on Parade.com, where discusses some of his granddad’s basic techniques to help you kick off barbecue season right – plus he shares one of his favorite easy recipes for brisket. Check it out here.
Posted by: Stubb's on June 17, 2014 • 3:02 pm
Hope all you dads out there had a wonderful Father’s Day! In his latest article on Parade.com, Rocky shared some great tips for grilling with the kids, plus some favorite recipes the whole family can create together. Check it out … Continue Reading »
Hope everyone is enjoying barbecue season out there! Stubb always said barbecue is about making do with what you got, and in his new article on Parade.com, Rocky shares his favorite tools that he keeps near his grill at all … Continue Reading »
Posted by: Stubb's on June 30, 2014 • 3:48 pm
From Texas to Kansas City to Memphis and the Carolinas, everyone has a favorite style of barbecue. But is there any one “best” kind of barbecue? In his latest article on Parade.com, Rocky explains the differences and how Stubb learned … Continue Reading »
Looking for something easy to make for a crowd? Check out Rocky’s latest article on Parade.com for Burgers – 10 different ways!
Posted by: Stubb's on July 16, 2014 • 4:05 pm
Stubb’s low and slow brisket helped put the legend in Stubb’s Legendary Barbecue. Rocky shares his grandfather’s secrets over on Parade.com.
Seems there’s a lot of misinformation out there about the right way to barbecue. Rocky tackles some of the biggest grilling myths in his latest Parade.com post.
Posted by: Stubb's on July 31, 2014 • 2:59 pm
It may be too hot to fire up the stove, but you still need your veggies! Rocky has some great tips for cooking moist, flavorful vegetables on the grill. Read all about it here.
Posted by: Stubb's on August 11, 2014 • 3:04 pm
In the most recent episode of Tastemade, host Shawn is in Austin learning about Texas BBQ. Rocky takes him through the liquid smoke process. He then takes Stubb’s Mesquite Liquid Smoke down to Bar Congress for bartender Jason to create … Continue Reading »
Whip up this version of chili mac with a Stubb’s twist for the perfect meal for everyone at your dinner table on those busy week nights or even as a weekend family supper.
Posted by: Guest Blogger on October 2, 2014 • 4:32 pm
I cannot think of a better combination of ingredients for a GAME DAY menu or party than the Bacon Onion Ring.
Posted by: Guest Blogger on September 2, 2014 • 3:47 pm
While fantastic on its own, served straight up in a bowl with a spoon, carne guisada also makes a savory taco or burrito filling.
Posted by: Stubb's on August 29, 2014 • 3:32 pm
Big Labor Day cookout this weekend? Rocky will be grilling for his family and friends, and he share his tips for the perfect holiday barbecue on Parade.com. Check it out here.
Chicken, or “bird” as Stubb used to call it, just goes great with Bar-B-Q sauce. This year Stubb’s has teamed up with Tyson Fresh Chicken for tailgate season. Next time you are at the store look for the coupon on either … Continue Reading »
Let’s face it, foods on a stick or handle are always more fun to eat.
These long, green chiles can range in flavor profile from mild to spicy. They are often enjoyed roasted, but can be eaten fresh, pickled, stuffed and grilled.
The only food category that’s usually lacking in these smoky, spicy chilies is dessert. I’m a huge proponent of using items that are typically attributed to savory dishes in sweets, so I thought, “why not use Hatch chilies in dessert form?”