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Chicken Thighs

Chicken Thighs

with Soy Wasabi Glaze

Posted on April 03, 2012
These chicken thighs are delicious, the glaze is divine. This is a party favorite that will have guests clamoring for more. If you miraculously have leftover sauce, try it on everything from chicken wings to pork chops and even stir frys. For added flavor, try grilling the wings over a charcoal fire instead of gas. Or use the Napoleon® Smoker Tube with Cherry Wood Chips to add a hint of smoky sweetness.
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Grilled Chicken Wings

Grilled Chicken Wings

Serious Buffalo Style

Posted on April 03, 2012
This recipe is but one delicious way to get the wing-job done. You can do the prep work ahead of time and just re-heat the wings on your grill before tossing them with the sauce. Then all you need is the dip and sliced veggies (and napkins).
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BBQ Chicken Taco

BBQ Chicken Taco

with Cilantro Lime Cream

Posted on April 03, 2012
Tacos are fun. You can fill them with anything you want. Meats, cheeses, salsas, veggies, you name it you can stuff it in there. These Chicken Tacos are flavorful and fun. The whole family will enjoy this recipe.
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Mango BBQ Quail

Mango BBQ Quail

Posted on April 03, 2012

Quail is a game fowl that has been domesticated like the chicken. Purchasing from a trusted local butcher is recommended when sourcing out the ingredients for this recipe as it reduces the risk of your quail having eaten hemlock and you can ask the butcher to prepare your quail by butterflying it.

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Planked Bacon Wrapped Chicken Thighs

Planked Bacon Wrapped Chicken Thighs

with Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce

Posted on February 29, 2012
These tender chicken morsels would be delish on their own, but with the addition of bacon to wrap them...ohhhh goodness that is some amazing chicken. A liberal coating of your favourite barbecue sauce brings this tender meal together.
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Chicken Breasts Stuffed

Chicken Breasts Stuffed

with Cheese and Bacon

Posted on February 08, 2012
While visiting my favourite butcher, Country Meat Cuts, in Maple, I found butterflied, skinless, boneless, chicken breasts. They were perfect for something, but I had no idea what. They got pulled out to defrost for when I got home one night after work, and I had no idea what to do with them! So into the fridge I dove, wondering what I had on hand. I pulled out bacon, garlic, onions, and cheese. From the pantry, I located the savoury chicken and rib rub, and the country herb spice. Then I went to town.
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Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

A Game Night Food Must

Posted on December 20, 2011
Be it game night, movie night, or just a fun night, there are only three finger foods that rule. Pizza, ribs or wings. And, like ribs, there are a million million different ways to prepare these beauties. This recipe is but one delicious way to get the wing-job done. It may be that you have to double this up, because everyone who tastes these will be back for more!
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Apple-Smoked Turkey

Apple-Smoked Turkey

with Crabapple Glaze

Posted on December 19, 2011
It's nearly turkey time again! Christmas, Hanukkah, and even Kwanzaa too, but one thing is for sure when it comes to holidays like these, big meals. And what better way to prepare them than on the grill!? This succulent birdness is easy as apple pie.. well if you make apple pie and think that pastry is a snap...Okay easy as apple pie if you buy it from the grocery...ANYWAY... it can be done on the rotisserie or on the poultry stand. One of the biggest problems everyone has with turkey is overcooking it so have a care, after the first 2¾ hours you want to start checking the internal temperature when you baste. Dry birds are disappointing!
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Apple-Smoked Turkey

Apple-Smoked Turkey

with Crabapple Glaze

Posted on December 19, 2011
It's nearly turkey time again! Christmas, Hanukkah, and even Kwanzaa too, but one thing is for sure when it comes to holidays like these, big meals. And what better way to prepare them than on the grill!? This succulent birdness is easy as apple pie.. well if you make apple pie and think that pastry is a snap...Okay easy as apple pie if you buy it from the grocery...ANYWAY... it can be done on the rotisserie or on the poultry stand. One of the biggest problems everyone has with turkey is overcooking it so have a care, after the first 2¾ hours you want to start checking the internal temperature when you baste. Dry birds are disappointing!
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Shake and Bake Chicken

Shake and Bake Chicken

It's Shake'n'Plank'n'Bake and I helped!

Posted on December 03, 2011
Kids are picky. I know a few that will only eat chicken fingers, or otherwise breaded chicken and nothing else. And they only eat it with ketchup too! Well here is a recipe that will help. Not only can they help make the food, with the exception of the hot grill parts, but you can use the barbecue and feel a little better for it.
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