Category Archives for "Grilling Tips"
I love cast iron, in fact my everyday cookware is an odd collection of skillets and Dutch ovens. I enjoy the versatility that their oven and grill proof and easy to take care of as well as inexpensive. Some of the new artisanal cast iron can get pricey, but for the most part plain old […]Continue reading
This recipe is by my contributing writer, Jon Solberg. He’s one of the most innovative grillers I’ve ever met. You can read all about him in his bio. I’ve been enjoying the pastime of live fire cooking for a long time. Something I haven’t done until now, but always wanted is the use of a […]Continue reading
This is my husband Scott’s first blog post EVER! He’s an amazing cook and I’ve been bugging him to blog about his recipes for ages (I’ve had this blog for 7 years!!!), and he would retort, “I don’t need to read your blog, I live your blog everyday.” He finally got inspired to write one […]Continue reading
Gourmet Tailgating Tips and Recipes Including Charcuterie Platters, Paninis on the Grill and Breakfast Burrito Bars For some, tailgating is a religion. And for many, you can’t have a tailgate without certain foods like chips and salsa or a dip. But there is more to tailgating than your standard “push the easy button” hummus and […]Continue reading
Being in Florida, you’d think I’d have all kinds of great resources for fresh seafood. However, I always felt this was amiss despite my location. But the tides have turned! I recently discovered Triar Seafood, the Seafood Purveyor to the best chefs and restaurants across the country- like Rick Bayless and the James Beard House. […]Continue reading
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