Labor Day Grilling: Steak, Ribs, Squash and Beans

5. Place cut side down on the grate, close the lid, and grill until well marked, 5 to 7 minutes. Flip, close the lid, and grill on the second side until well marked, 5 to 7 minutes.

6. Arrange on a serving platter. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Using a vegetable peeler, cut shavings of the cheese over the top of the platter (you will not use all of the cheese). Scatter the scallion and chives over the top and drizzle with honey.

Recipe courtesy of Adam Perry Lang of Daisy May's BBQ in New York City.

Baked Beans With Burnt Ends

Makes 8 servings.

Ingredients:

1 green pepper


1 sweet white onion
6 garlic cloves
1½ cups Your Favorite BBQ Sauce
3/4 cup unsulphured molasses
3/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar
6 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
6 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
One 15 ounce can black beans, rinsed
One 15 ounce can red kidney beans, rinsed
One 15 ounce can vegetarian baked beans, lightly rinsed
5 slices thick cut bacon
1½ cup Burnt Ends* or Chopped BBQ

1. Grate the pepper on a box grater. Place in a clean towel and squeeze over the sink to extract all of the juices. Place the dried out pepper in a large bowl. Repeat with the onion.

2. Run the garlic cloves over a microplane grater, or chop finely. Mix grated vegetable with salt.

3. Stir in the barbecue sauce, molasses, sugar, vinegar, and all of the beans adding into a baking dish , or disposable aluminum pan, preferably a 13 1/2 by 9 5/8 by 2 3/4- inch lasagna pan.

4. Stir in the pepper, onion and garlic.

5. Lay the strips of bacon, lengthwise on top.

6. Place into the active BBQ, ranging from 225° to 325°F (See Note).

7. Bring the beans to a simmer, and bubbling steadily, cook for at least one hour, preferably two. The top of the beans and the bacon should be nicely caramelized, giving the beans a smokey flavor.

Chef's notes:

These beans are versatile and meant to be put in an active cooker to finish on time with whatever it is you are making.

Place in the hottest area of an Indirect BBQ, Ceramic Cooker, or Traditional BBQ with temperature ranging from 225° to 325°F.

Baked beans will be more caramelized and take on a deeper smoky flavor cooked in a hotter cooker for a longer period of time, but these beans are all about convenience.

* Burnt Ends are 1 inch cubes of cooked brisket point that are coated with BBQ sauce and cooked a second time in the BBQ for an additional half to full hour.

Recipe courtesy of Adam Perry Lang of Daisy May's BBQ in New York City.

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