Memorial Day is always a favorite holiday for barbecue lovers, since it marks the start of the outdoor grilling season. This Memorial Day weekend will be extra special with the new season of Project Smoke premiering on Public Television, giving many viewers their first glimpse of Yoder Smokers in action!
How would you like to experience Project Smoke up close and personal in the heart of Kansas? Steven Raichlen will be visiting our sister store All Things Barbecue in Wichita on Saturday, June 25th, sharing BBQ stories and secrets from his travels, cooking on a variety of Yoder Smokers, and signing copies of his new book. Join Project Smoke’s Steven Raichlen for two exclusive cooking classes in the ATBBQ Test Kitchen.
Space is limited, so be sure to register now to reserve your seat before they sell out!
If you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing side dish for your Memorial Day cookout, here’s a great twist on a potluck favorite – straight from page 36 of Project Smoke:
Steven Raichlen’s Deviled Smoked Eggs
These may be the most flavorful deviled eggs you will ever experience—thanks to an invigorating blast of wood smoke. For even more flavor, top them with bacon, brisket, or smoked seafood.
For the filling
12 Smoked Eggs (see full recipe)
1/3 cup mayonnaise (pref. Hellmann’s or Best Foods), or to taste
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon sriracha, Tabasco sauce, or other favorite hot sauce, or to taste
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
For the toppings (optional)
Spanish smoked paprika (pimentón)
Regular or smoked salmon caviar
Fried bacon slivers
Finely shredded smoked beef brisket (page 66) or pulled pork (page 88)
- Cut the eggs in half lengthwise. Cut a thin slice off the bottom of each half so it won’t wobble. Pop out the yolks and place them and the egg white trimmings in a food processor. (Alternatively, you can mash the yolk mixture with a fork.)
- Add the mayonnaise, mustard, sriracha, and Worcestershire sauce, and process to a thick puree. For a creamier filling, add more mayo.
- Spoon the mixture back into the egg white halves or pipe it in with a pastry bag or a resealable plastic bag with a lower corner clipped off. Top the eggs, if desired, with a sprinkling of chives and/or smoked paprika, or a dollop of salmon caviar, bacon, or shredded brisket or pork. Refrigerate in a covered container or loosely covered with plastic wrap until serving.
Download the full recipe to save and print: Steven Raichlen’s Deviled Smoked Eggs from Project Smoke (PDF)
To celebrate the release of the Project Smoke book and the premiere of the new season, we are partnering with Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue Bible, Workman Publishing, GrillGrate, and Tailgater Magazine to give away an amazing YS640 pellet grill package! You could win a YS640 with GrillGrate set and tool, plus a copy of Project Smoke.
Learn more and enter for a chance to win the Yoder Smokers YS640 pellet cooker at BarbecueBible.com.