Category Archives for "Soups/Chilis"
Cassoulet is like the French’s version of Pork and Beans. It’s a rustic, peasant dish, that is pure comfort food. Cassoulet (named for the casserole dish it cooks in) is often made with meat (pork, mutton, duck…) and pork skins and white beans. I’ve adapted this classic French dish for the grill, using Smithfield Applewood […]Continue reading
Smoked Gazpacho has been a longtime favorite of mine, smoking the veggies before making them into this classic chilled soup takes it to a whole new level of flavor. So what about Watermelon Gazpacho? Believe it or not, the flavors of watermelon, the crispness of the cucumbers and acidity of the tomatoes blend perfectly together […]Continue reading
Smoky Grilled Shrimp and Grits made on the grill with rich pancetta gravy…Continue reading
It’s that time of year when you start craving chili. I was actually standing in line at security at the airport when I got chili on the brain and texted Scott that I wish it would magically appear at the house when I got home that night. The next best thing was going for a […]Continue reading
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”, […]Continue reading
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