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Beer Can Turkey on the Big Green Egg

 

There are plenty of ways to do Turkey, but one of my favorite ways to do Turkey is “Beer Can” style on the Big Green Egg. It cooks lickety-split and yields moist, super juicy results. No more dried out Turkey again! Check out the accompanying blog post on how to cook Beer Can Turkey on the Big Green Egg for full recipe and directions.

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Orange Peanut-Miso Salad Dressing And Dipping Sauce

A few months ago my husband and I did a 21 day fast in which we excluded sugar, dairy, meat and gluten’s from our diet. It was a challenge but I have to say we felt healthier afterwards. This Orange Peanut-Miso Dressing was one of our favorite salad dressings we had during our fast. We’ve had it […]

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Grilled Asparagus with Sunny Side Up Eggs and Parmesan

I’m experiencing an egg renaissance. You see, when I first started dating my husband over 6 + years ago, he had a total aversion to eggs. This was inherited from his father, who also has an aversion to eggs of any kind, and Scott decided he hated eggs too. So, I got to hear how […]

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What's your BBQ Style? I'm a Lexington, NC style all the way, but I'll take any good BBQ I can get!

BBQ Styles By Region

Many of you know I do some freelancing for various sites – I thought you would find this article I wrote for TheFix.com on Regional BBQ Styles very interesting. My preferred style of BBQ is Lexington Style NC BBQ (I grew up in Charlotte, not far from Lexington), but I love any kind of BBQ […]

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Grilled Wedge Salad

I’m usually not a fan of iceberg lettuce, but I am a fan of a wedge salad layered in creamy blue cheese dressing topped with crispy bacon. So while I’ve grilled all types of lettuces (including grilled romaine which I’ve gained notoriety with my fans, friends, and family) I decided I needed to try to […]

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paleo drop biscuits, gluten free biscuits, grain free biscuits

Paleo Drop Biscuits…plus, a few updates

Biscuits are one of the first food memories I have. I grew up all over the South, and in my earliest years I lived in the Deep South, in Jackson, MS where I remember my Grandma Sylvia made drop biscuits every day (fun fact, I was born in Tupelo, MS, same town as Elvis!). In […]

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Host a "build your own Grilled Cheese" bar at your next cookout. Photo via creative commons/flickr.

Tailgating Fun: Build Your Own Grilled Cheese Bar

I’m so blessed to have such a great network of friends in the BBQ Community, and Lester Scanland is a friend I’ve made through my blog and our love for great food! He had this awesome idea to host a “Make Your Own Grilled Cheese Bar” for his last cookout and I asked him if […]

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Fire Roasted Gazpacho

Gazpacho is not one of those things you would think you could make on the grill. But you must trust me when I tell you that taking the extra step and grilling all the ingredients adds so much additional flavor that you will forever be spoiled having it this way! Scott, my “Chief Tasting Officer”, […]

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