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2-Foot Plank Pizza

2-Foot Plank Pizza

Epic Pizza!

Posted on February 06, 2012
What a beautiful day! Sunny and warm, it is a perfect time to barbecue! What better way to get into the spirit, than with an extravagant pizza of epic length. With home made sauce and crust, how can you possibly resist!?
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Barbecue Fried Rice

Barbecue Fried Rice

Happy Chinese New Year

Posted on January 23, 2012
Happy Chinese New Year everyone! I thought that I would share one of the best Chinese Food dishes ever - with a barbecue spin - with you today. Kindof a celebratory side dish. How are you going to celebrate a second New Years? Me? Chinese Food and a new Angry Birds! YAY. As you read this recipe, you will see how my celebrations coincide with my plans for celebrating.
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Tandoori Seasoning and Rub

Tandoori Seasoning and Rub

Posted on January 02, 2012
For extra flavour, toast the cumin and coriander seeds, and cinnamon before blending them with the other spices.
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Rib and Chicken BBQ Seasoning and Rub

Rib and Chicken BBQ Seasoning and Rub

Posted on December 18, 2011
TIP:Chicken benefits from applying the rub both on and under the skin. I like to gently lift the skin and massage a generous bit of the rub right into...
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Smoked Salt

Smoked Salt

Reader Submitted Recipe

Posted on December 11, 2011
It is the holiday season, and we all celebrate a little differently. One thing is for sure, there are gifts to be given. Times have been tough for many in the last few years, and I haven't been immune to the sting. It is tough to get something for everyone that deserves a little something special. Why not make your own gifts? I found this recipe for smoked salt, and it's a great way to produce something that would typically be found in one of those gift baskets that have wine, and expensive cheeses in them. It can also be used in and on gourmet foods too. If you make chocolates, sprinkle a little of this stuff on top! Salty and sweet were never this good!
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Kansas City Barbecue Sauce

Kansas City Barbecue Sauce

Saucy!

Posted on December 05, 2011
Different regions around the world, especially those with purported barbecue expertise and origin, have their own distinct barbecue sauce and flavour for said barbecue sauce. Kansas City is a place that, if there were a list of Barbecue Wonders of the World, would be on that list. Known for its sweet and spicy sauces, of a tomato and molasses base, Kansas claims to be the world capitol of barbecue. I can see how that may have come about too. They are situated on a couple of main railway arteries, facilitating the growth of meat packing houses. Pork and beef went through that city in abundance.
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Southern Cornbread

Southern Cornbread

With Bacon and Cheddar

Posted on November 29, 2011
This recipe is a take on the traditional southern cornbread with cracklings. There really is not much to say about cornbread. You will understand when you eat it, and those who already partake in this soul-food-delicacy know exactly what I mean....besides typing MMMMMHHHHHHHHHHHHH just looks silly.
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Fire Roasted Jalepeno Cilantro Drizzle

Fire Roasted Jalepeno Cilantro Drizzle

Butt-Kickin'-Finger Lickin'

Posted on November 29, 2011
This spicy drizzle is great over chicken to give it heat, or well just about anything for that matter. Fish, nachos, you name it, this will kick it in the butt!
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Kansas City Dry Rub

Kansas City Dry Rub

Posted on November 07, 2011
Harkening to the flavours of molases and tomato based sauces, this Kansas City style rub is sweet and smoky with all the big bold taste you know and love from Kansas.
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Bone Dust

Bone Dust

BBQ Seasoning

Posted on May 06, 2011
Really this is a Ted Reader signature seasoning. If you’re really lucky and see him live at a show like the Cottage Life show, then you can go to his booth and buy some. BUT when you run out and need more, here is the recipe to make it yourself.
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