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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!
Posted in: Poultry
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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!
Posted in: Poultry
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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!
Posted in: Poultry
Comments: 0
Hot Wing Ribs

Hot Wing Ribs

Reader Submitted Recipe

Posted on December 19, 2011
Enjoy!-Jared
Posted in: Pork
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Cedar-Planked Frenched Rack of Veal

Cedar-Planked Frenched Rack of Veal

with Apricot-Bacon Stuffing

Posted on December 18, 2011
Sometimes you just want something a little different. Veal is definitely different. Remember I mentioned in that basic grilled fruit article that many meat dishes benefit from the sweetness of fruit on the grill? Well here is one such recipe that does just that. Imagine the smokiness of the plank mingling playfully with the bacon, the two swirling with the sweetness of apricots to form the most multi-layered delicacy that has ever graced your tongue....perhaps I have been reading a little too much poetry, but really, this dimensional meat dish will have you, and everyone else who tastes it, screaming for more! Even if it's different.
Posted in: Beef
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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...
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Chocolate Banana Burritos

Chocolate Banana Burritos

on the Grill

Posted on December 15, 2011
There is nothing better than a simple sweet dessert after a meal. What better ending to dinner than tortillas stuffed with bananas, peanut butter, marshmallows and chocolate chips, topped with ice cream and strawberries!? Just the strawberries and bananas alone are enough to make me crave this delish delicacy.
Posted in: Desserts
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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!
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Grilled Cheese Steak Sandwich

Grilled Cheese Steak Sandwich

A Tradition in Philadelphia since the 1930's

Posted on December 10, 2011
This beauty of bread and meat mingling was invented around the 1930's in Philadelphia. Traditional cheeses used are Provalone, American and (shudder) Cheese Whiz. Cuts of beef used are generally rib-eye or top round.
Today we pay hommage to the majestic cheesesteak with this grilled version...All poetry and word-smithing aside, this sandwich of steak-tackular proportions is just epic, and there is plenty to go around!
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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.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
Comments: 0
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