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?”
While the “All-American” burger I described earlier is classic, since I love burgers so much, I love experimenting with new flavor combinations- check out this steak and potato burger.
Barbecue spice rubs may be great on grilled and roasted meats, but have you ever thought to use them to spice up your vegetable side dishes? Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q’s variety of rubs are also perfect for seasoning veggies.
Tired of takeout or bland freezer food for those busy weeknight dinners? Here’s a quick, easy and exotic meal idea that’s a breeze to prepare and sure to please everyone at your dinner table.
Need an easy weeknight meal that is packed with nutrients? Try this pan-roasted salmon with your favorite Stubb’s Marinade.
Are you tired of making the same burgers over and over? Mix it up with some BBQ flavor and make patty melts next time!
Here’s a twist on the original where Mexican layer dip gets an injection of Texas barbecue flavor, thanks to Stubb’s Bar-B-Q sauce and rub.
You know how to throw down a dog, a burger, maybe even something advanced like a T-bone. It’s time to step it up, however, because everyone and her sister knows how to char your basic mixed meats. Me? I go for Stubb’s marinades and rubs when I want to blow some minds. Which means this Memorial Day Weekend, I’m packed and ready.