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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 […]
UPDATE 10/1/2014 – WINNER ANNOUNCED: Thanks to everyone who participated and also endured the issues I was having with my site at this time! The winner of this giveaway is Tommy Tippett- it is going to be like early Christmas for you Tommy! Congratulations!!! —————————————————————————————- Big news today! First, it is the 5 year anniversary […]
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 […]
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 […]
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”, […]
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 […]
Many of you may not know that I’m kind of an internet junkie. I LOVE the internet. And online shopping. So, I got the idea from the blog Mountain Mama Cooks (great read btw) to do a monthly round up of things I’m really into right now. She calls them “The Goods”. First off, […]
Make sure you tune to the Travel Channel tomorrow, August 27 at 9pm ET/PT to catch Robyn host ‘American Grilled’ Austin. Austin, Texas has an amazing food culture that is rooted in Tex Mex and barbecue. Four Texas native grillers battle to take home the $10,000 prize and title of Austin Grill Master.
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 […]
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 […]