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Green Bean Salad

Green Bean Salad

with Feta and Tomatoes

Posted on June 18, 2012
It is officially summer in two more days. Officially. But we here on the Recipe Blog …okay, me here on the Recipe Blog, have been celebrating and enjoying summer for weeks now! The weather has been great! This past weekend was no exception! Here is a summer salad that is sure to please, with the fresh green beans and feta, you can’t go wrong!
Posted in: Appetizers
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Beef Kebabs

Beef Kebabs

Marinated in lemon and herbs

Posted on June 11, 2012

Dear Sultana.

I had a freezer full of stewing beef bought on sale, and promptly forgotten. We finally got down to the end of our frozen food and realize that, in the heat of summer, it is far too warm to make a stew, and I was craving something a little more fresh. So I marinated the beef in an acidic marinade for the day to help tenderize it (stewing beef is made for stewing for a reason!) and then skewered it with fresh and colourful veggies to make a meal that satisfied all.

Posted in: Beef
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Grilled Potatoes

Grilled Potatoes

with Rosemary, Chives and Garlic

Posted on June 11, 2012
I know I have mentioned before that I am Irish. As one who is Irish… I. LOVE. POTATOES!
I love them any way you can make them really. But add garlic, my favourite flavoring of all time ever and this recipe just pops!
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
Comments: 0
Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast Burritos

on the Grill

Posted on June 06, 2012
Sometimes you don't know what to make for breakfast. You have had pancakes every Saturday morning for a year! It's time for something new. It is time for a Breakfast Burrito!
Posted in: Pork
Comments: 0
Goji Berry Meatloaf

Goji Berry Meatloaf

on a Plank

Posted on June 06, 2012

This morning I had a request for a recipe that included Goji Berries.

The Goji Berry is as sweet and sour little berry. Too delicate to be hand picked, it is gently shaken from the branches that they grow on and left to dry in the sun. They become wrinkled and chewy like raisins, but have a flavor likened to cranberries, or sometimes said to be a cross between strawberry and raspberry or even cherry and plum. It all depends on how things taste to you.

They are grown in the Himalayan valleys, China, Mongolia and Tibet. They are low in the glycemic index, but rich in vitamin B1, Calcium, antioxidants, magnesium,  and have more vitamin C than an orange. Goji Berries have more than 18 kinds of amino acids and are said to improve vision and increase energy. There is little these berries cannot do.

They are brewed into teas, added to herbal medicines, and eaten like raisins. They can be added to savoury dishes as well as sweet because of their inherent sweet and tart taste.

How do you like your Goji Berries?

Posted in: Beef
Comments: 0
Chef Troy’s Perfect Ribs with a Brine and Rub

Chef Troy’s Perfect Ribs with a Brine and Rub

Reader Submitted Recipe

Posted on June 05, 2012
This rib recipe was developed by me about 10 years ago and has never let me down with the customers. I can honestly say that I have never had a guest complain about the quality, texture or flavor of my ribs. I am a classily trained executive chef with over 20 years in kitchen, and yes this recipe really has a yield of 20 racks! 
Posted in: Pork
Comments: 0
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.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Charcoal Chicken Thighs

Charcoal Chicken Thighs

with Napoleon® Rub

Posted on May 28, 2012

Chicken thighs are underrated. They’re very succulent and tastier than breast meat. They can come bone in or out, skin on or off. They’re great for anything you want to do with chicken breasts, but they’re smaller so you have to account for two thighs for every one breast.

This chicken thigh recipe is a great and easy recipe. A good one for camping because you can just season them ahead of time and throw them on the grill any time. The heat from the charcoal will create a crust when combined with the spice mix that you used for a rub and the results are good for eating like wings, shredding and putting into soft shelled tacos or eating with salad and rice.

Posted in: Poultry
Comments: 0
Mixed Fruit Kabobs

Mixed Fruit Kabobs

A healthy dessert

Posted on May 28, 2012
Fruit is in season, it is inexpensive and easy to get fresh from the farmer’s markets. Now is a great time to do up some grilled fruit kabobs. They’re easy and go with everything! Serve plain, with Cointreau and honey, a’la mode, with yogurt or drizzled with chocolate. Whatever you can imagine goes when it comes to these tasty kabobs.
Posted in: Desserts
Comments: 0
Guinness Brownies

Guinness Brownies

Oh my Guinness!

Posted on May 23, 2012
OH MY GUINNESS THESE ARE SO FREAKING GOOOD!!!!!Yeah. Bad pun. Couldn’t help myself. Also, they’re really really good. Enjoy.

Posted in: Desserts
Comments: 0
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