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Tri-Tip: A regional favorite that leaves many scratching their heads- By Jesse Black There’s a good chance that many of you have never viagra online pharmacy heard of Tri-Tip. (The cut of beef from the bottom sirloin, so-named because of it’s triangular shape.) This savory, meaty morsel tips the scales at 1.5 to 2.5 pounds […]Continue reading
terhouse steak recipe, caveman style grilling, Grill Girl, Grill Grrrl, Robyn Lindars” src=”https://grillgirl.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/grilled-margaritas-5-of-7-1024×685.jpg” alt=”” width=”737″ height=”493″ /> Jesse Black gives us the tips to achieve a perfect crust when grilling steaks. Jesse Black is a regular contributor to GrillGrrrl and as a former chef, knows his stuff in the kitchen. Here are his tips to […]Continue reading
Jesse Black, a new contributor to the site, is a temperature expert, writer and cook extraordinaire. Read his full bio on the Contributors page. Here are Jesse’s Tips to get your grill ready for the summer grilling season: With spring officially on the back burner and summer taking its seat at the head of the […]Continue reading
While the Big Green Egg does low and slow and hot and fast, I think some people still find that grilling the perfect steak on the BGE can be a little daunting. Most people most likely started out on a different grill and worked up to a Big Green Egg, and had their previous grill […]Continue reading
In honor of Oktoberfest – it's time for beer brats. Christian Smith, a friend of mine through our shared love of good BBQ and grilling on a Big Green Egg, shared his recipe for success in cooking beer brats. Christian wrote and article on how to make beer brats the RIGHT way to maximize Beer […]Continue reading
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