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Grilled Polenta

Grilled Polenta

with Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms and Feta

Posted on July 19, 2012
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Leftover mushroom soak water is great as an additive to broth or flavoring for soups and sauces and even makes an especially tasty base for gravy.
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Malabar Pepper Rub

Malabar Pepper Rub

Sauces, Marinades and Rubs

Posted on July 19, 2012
This makes approximately 1¼ cups and will keep well in an airtight container.
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Szechwan Ribs

Szechwan Ribs

Smoked on the Apollo

Posted on July 16, 2012

I always splurge when I see ribs on sale. Unless we are on an über mission, I will get those ribs. We may not eat them today, or even tomorrow, but they will be delicious when I do.

Okay so you can guess that I found ribs on sale by now can you not? We have done the sweet sauces a lot. Pork and sweet, just a winning combination. But what about something with a little more kick. That's where Szechwan comes in. I didn't have quite the right ingredients for everything, but I made it work, and those ribs were delicious and spicy. They also came with a life lesson.

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Maple Smoked Beans

Maple Smoked Beans

On the Apollo™

Posted on July 06, 2012
Low and slow is the key to any smoked recipe. These smoked beans are no exception to that rule. Sweet and smoky, you can bring these to a potluck or enjoy them on a camping trip and the recipe is real simple.
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Creamy Spinach Sauce

Creamy Spinach Sauce

Reader Submitted Recipe

Posted on June 22, 2012

Dear Sultana of Sizzle.

Here is a recipe that I have found very universal, and very good! I usually use it on Lamb, but it is also suitable for chicken, fish, and pasta too. This recipe is adapted from The Australian Women’s Weekly Cookbook: Saucery, by: Pamela Clark.

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Island Pink Lemonade

Island Pink Lemonade

Rum Punch

Posted on May 29, 2012
This weekend was warm. Summer is officially here. With the weather in my area reaching nearly 35°C (95°F) we needed a way to cool down. Now nothing says cool like an ice cold beer, but we used that in the chicken! And Coke just would not cut it today. No we needed LEMONADE! So, I pulled out all the stops and made this lovely pink concoction. Best served with friends and family, but can be a good drink for two as well. Although having a pool to lounge beside would have helped greatly.
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Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce

Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce

with a Crazy Canuck Flare

Posted on May 14, 2012
A sweet and spicy barbecue sauce with a distinctly Canadian flare.
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Root Beer Float

Root Beer Float

1950's Food Nostalgia

Posted on May 14, 2012
You know the old fashioned ice cream shoppes? They're family owned, they have the 50's music in the background, they know your order, and they always smile when you come in. Yeah them! Well every time we go to one of those old fashioned ice cream shoppes, my husband always orders a float. They may be complicated to eat, but they're not complicated to make. This recipe would be great for any themed party or for a treat!
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Holy Plank

Holy Plank

Plank Grilling

Posted on May 10, 2012

For  a successful slow roast every time, a Holy Plank is the one for you. It takes a little extra effort, but it pays off when you have a moist and succulent roasted meal. Using a forstner bit is crucial when making a Holy Plank. It makes a cleaner well without the added hole that a spade bit would create.


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Herb Mustard Rub

Herb Mustard Rub

Posted on May 07, 2012
Happy Grilling!
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