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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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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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Cilantro Lime Grilled Chicken Wings

These Cilantro Lime Grilled Wings are the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. Make sure to make extra because everyone will definitely want seconds.   Ingredients: 24 jumbo chicken drumettes and or wings 1/2 a cup of honey 1/2 a cup of Sriracha 1/4 cup of soy sauce 2 cloves of minced garlic the juice and […]

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Fire Roasted Marinara Sauce

Marinara sauce is not something you relate to making on the grill. However, once you’ve had this sauce you will never be able to enjoy regular sauce again. This sauce is full of smoky goodness and little bits of charred ingredients, that is achieved from roasting the ingredients on the (charcoal) grill first. Its more […]

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Cognac Bacon And Cheeseburgers

  Burgers are about as all American as you can get but I decided to give this one a bit of a French twist by adding cognac, Dijon mustard, shallots and a good amount of butter!   Ingredients: 1 lb. 80/20 ground beef 2 tablespoons butter 1/4 teaspoon fresh ground pepper 1 teaspoon sea salt […]

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Goodbye Mr. Connor… I’ll See You In Heaven

Scott and I are deeply saddened to report that we lost a crucial member of our pack on Saturday. The vet thought Connor had a blockage in his stomach and needed to do surgery. We were thinking positive and that is was a piece of chew toy and then he would be fine again. However, […]

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