This week we’ve added 14 new items to our inventory. First from Maine Man Flavah’s, have combined a plethora of habaneros, carrots and garlic they have created a spicy table sauce for heat lovers to drool over. Pairs well on chicken wings and eggs but will certainly spice up any dish! Next from RDA Advantage, […]
A classic steak with a classic rub. You’re sure to have a perfectly shareable result.
Pulled pork, layered on top of tortilla chips, jalapenos, queso fresco, drizzled with Ken’s Cannon Barbecue Sauce, served with sour cream and salsa verde.
House-made pickled red onions, layered on top of cornbread fritters, and topped off with deep fried pork belly.
Barbacoa, a Mexican style beef, slowly cooked with seasoning and typically shredded; folded into a biscuit, topped off with cheese, achiote paste and garnished with salsa, guacamole!
Crispy chicken wings with a sweet and spicy Mango Habanero Sauce with a hint of dark rum and maraschino cherry juice. Garnished with diced mango.
A double dose of Sweet Baby Ray’s Original Barbecue Sauce joins red onion, pickles, brisket and cheese to top this pizza, with irresistibly sweet and smoky flavors.
A tick juicy burger, layered with crispy bacon, aged white cheddar, fried onion rings and lettuce layered on top of a pretzel bun.
A modern Asian twist on a classic dish. Elevate your Pork Sliders with house-made Asian pickles, and Raspberry Wasabi Mustard.
St. Louis Ribs glazed with Sweet Baby Ray’s Sriracha Glaze Sauce, topped with chopped cilantro, pan roasted peanuts and sesames seeds.
Marinated chicken grilled over open flames and basted with a spicy sauce of garlic, shallots, bell peppers and celery. Finished with Citrus Chipotle BBQ sauce and served with quinoa, black beans and a spinach apple salad.
Thinly sliced ribeye steak bastard with Sweet Baby Ray’s Kickin’ Bourbon sauce and drizzled with melted cheese. It’s the kind of taste you can only find on a trip to Philly.
Creamy chickpea hummus blended with garlic, serrano peppers and spices. Served with crunchy pita chips.
Homemade Pork Fried Jiaozi, fried and drizzled with Salsa Roja, and served with a side of fresh Secret Weapon Slaw.
Although the corn kernels have been stripped away, the naked Cobb can still provide many layers of flavor. Personally, I’ve always used two easy fail-safe methods to extract every bit of flavor from the cob that can be used in other culinary preparations.
Warm Fire Braised® Turkey breast, pecan wood smoked shoulder bacon and a medium-boiled egg on herb focaccia with a luxurious maple feta dressing.
Ground chuck grilled beef patty topped with cheddar cheese, jalapeno sausage, kalbi marinated bacon, grilled onions, house-made pickles, tomato and lettuce on a toasted sesame seed bun with serrano chili mustard.
Battered fish fillets served with fries, coleslaw and homemade serrano chili aioli.
Seared calamari rings and tentacles, soaked in rice wine, fried in peanut oil with sliced baby corn, scallions, peppers coated in Kogi secret weapon sauce.
A spicy twist on a classic favorite. Homemade sriracha aioli, under a grilled hot dog, topped with napa ponzu slaw and finished with a drizzle of Kogi salsa roja.
Fried oysters on a toasted crostini. Topped with Kogi garlic serrano sauce, bacon, tomato and microgreens.
Pickled Brine Chicken on a brioche bun with tangy citrus slaw, Kogi serrano chili garlic aioli and bread and butter pickles. Served with tater tots with Kogi salsa roja.
We’re turning one the easiest and most consistent pork shoulder cuts you can plate into a melt-in-your-mouth balsamic and roasted garlic pot roast. This Fire Braised Pork Shoulder from Hormel is cooked and ready to go, just add your twist on seasoning and roll.
Wok charred sirloin steak tips marinated in Kogi Kalbi Marinade served over jasmine rice with woke charred brussels sprouts, bacon and red onion toss in Kogi Serrano Chili Sauce.
Jumbo sea scallops pan seared glazed with secret weapon sauce served on a bed of garlic spinach.