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If you love fajitas and carne asada similar to those in Texas, this recipe is one that’ll take your taste buds on a delicious trip south of the border! This recipe is for one tri-tip, which can feed 2 to 4 people, depending on size, but it’s...
Mouthwatering “Danish Pork Roast with Yukon Gold Potatoes” is an easy meal with minimal ingredients. Everyone is a chef with this delicious cut of meat.
This festive pork loin is perfect for the holiday table or buffet. It's slathered in a spicy, sweet and tart cranberry chutney that’s studded with orange, apricots and pistachios over the surface of roll-cut pork loin. Roll it up like a jellyroll and...
This brisket is perfect for the holiday table or buffet. The beauty of this recipe is that it really is better if it is cooked the day before and rested in the refrigerator overnight. Simply pop it in the oven the next day, about 45 minutes before serving,...
Standard ham is good, but it's even tastier with an orange apricot glaze. Tender, juicy ham with the sweet, fruity tang of the glaze is sure to be a smash hit at any outdoor meal, whether for a special occasion, or just a weekday dinner.
Goose is considered to be a more traditional Christmas dish in many European countries, as well as in the United States, (aside from ham and turkey). It has a distinct flavor and tastes great when served with Brussels sprouts.
This recipe is fantastic. Just toss it on the grill with a choice of meat and let it go. The potatoes will come out golden brown and crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Perfect for a grill bake or a plank!
This simple sauce makes a delicious accompaniment to duck or game meats. It can easily be made in the Wood Stone Home oven in the time it takes for your duck breast or venison steak to rest after roasting.
This is a perfect dessert for those of us with a major sweet tooth. This bread pudding features the tartness of cranberries, plus a sweet, crunchy topping with a mellow brandy sauce and the smoky kiss of pecans.
Delicious food in the smoker takes time–four to 16 hours or longer. Once the smoker is going, why not get a lot out of it? This recipe for smoked wings can be added to the smoker for a great appetizer to any main course.