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Grill Roasted Head of Cauliflower

Grill Roasted Head of Cauliflower

Serves A Crowd

Posted on October 12, 2013
Need an easy side dish to feed a crowd? How about a grill roasted head of cauliflower! This came out fantastic and you can put just about anything you...
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Easy Eggs

Easy Eggs

World Egg Day 2013

Posted on October 11, 2013
Hello hungry people!Today is World Egg Day. This day was initially conceived of by the International Egg Commission in 1996, but is something worth ce...
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Poached Pear Crisp

Poached Pear Crisp

An Autumn Dessert

Posted on September 28, 2013
I was inspired by a photograph on Pinterest when I contemplated this recipe. I started with research into poached pears. I would have just grabbed the common Bartlet pear for this recipe. But thanks to the author and blogger David Lebovitz, who explained in delicious detail, how to properly poach a pear for the best results I chose Bosk. Thus informed and inspired I set out to make a delicious fall dessert. Something that would warm me up and make me smile even though the weather has turned cold. Tell us about your favourite fall dessert in the comments section below!
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Great Grilled-Tatoes

Great Grilled-Tatoes

A Perfect Side for Meat

Posted on September 09, 2013
Is it possible for potatoes to be cute? 'Cause these ones were! All adorable and small, tasty and crunchy and tender - ohmygosh I want some right now! These turned out fantastic. I popped them on the warming rack of my portable grill while cooking up the Surf 'n'Turf, and just basted them with the butter-garlic mixture that I was basting everything else with. Surprisingly everything held its own distinct flavour and did not become mired in the same taste as you would think. Butter enhanced what I was doing and made these potatoes - which in turn made the meal.
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Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

on The Grill

Posted on September 03, 2013
Like I said. I had to make this again pretty much right away. I added the balsamic mixture to give it a little pop, and allow the asparagus to blend nicely with the rest of the meal. I served them with Cajun Creole Crusted Pork Roast - A Recipe Club Newsletter exclusive recipe - and Balsamic Grilled Tomatoes. What a fantastic meal!
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Grilled Peppers

Grilled Peppers

Stuffed with Pulled Pork

Posted on August 27, 2013

So yeah. Gluten and dairy free-ish, rest assured I am not going to give up the meat! I found a butter substitute that I actually quite like, but I have to now go there with the cheese. I tried a brand and it was like a block of cheese whiz. So not appetizing, especially when I love a great cheddar and stuff. So. Recommendations there? I want to get as close to the real thing so I feel like I am not missing out. As for gluten free, I love to bake and cook (obviously) so I buy the gluten free flour and make my own stuff, that’s alright.

Have any of you given up something in your daily diet? How did it go? What was it? We would all love to hear your stories and pointers!

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Thai Noodle Salad

Thai Noodle Salad

With Grill Roasted Spaghetti Squash

Posted on June 27, 2013
This is really tasty and you get your noodle salad feeling without the actual noodles themselves. Great for a vegetarian meal, and very satisfying. But you can also add grilled chicken to this, or pork, or beef to… well beef it up and give you a complete meal.
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Apple Pie Egg Rolls

Apple Pie Egg Rolls

Deep Fried

Posted on June 17, 2013
These are a fantastic and different treat. But they’re no good the next day, even if you bake them on the grill to get that crisp back. If you’re making extra that you don’t think you will eat, don’t fry them, but freeze them right away.
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Ginger and Garlic Roasted Pork

Ginger and Garlic Roasted Pork

with Fully Loaded Potato Fans

Posted on April 29, 2013
Will you believe that this was my first time eating outside this year? Well it was. But we made it worth it. The pork was sweet and garlicky, the pan sauce had a tang to it from the ginger, all was offset beautifully by the potatoes. All in all a lovely meal. I hope that you enjoy making and eating it as much as I did!
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Traditional Irish Champ

Traditional Irish Champ

Only Prepared not quite So Traditional...

Posted on March 15, 2013
This is a simple dish. I have added a grill twist, yes. But the traditional way to make this is by boiling the potatoes after skinning them, then drying them out in a pot for a while. By baking them on the grill, you avoid that step. Champ is a great addition to many meals, and certainly a comfort food for a great many.
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