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Marinated Flank Steak

Marinated Flank Steak

With Steak Cut Potatoes

Posted on September 16, 2014

It's always good to try something different. That is what I did with this recipe. First, I purchased a cut of steak that I don't often get. The flank steak is usually mis-cooked and often tough and not so great. But like many things, just needs some tender loving care. Flank is porous and benefits from the marinade treatment. The other thing I tried was some different photography techniques. I'm not sure I like how the dark and moody thing came out. But the photos make the food look tasty. I guess that's what matters. 

Posted in: Beef
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Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

With Oatmeal And Chocolate Chips

Posted on September 16, 2014

Sure, you could celebrate national peanut day with just one thing, and that thing was delicious grilled chicken legs, slathered with  Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce, but what's the fun in that when you can celebrate with TWO recipes? Basically, I don't like to have a meal without something a little sweet at the end. I have a sweet tooth. It's right beside my garlic tooth and my meat tooth. 

This loaf of pure deliciousness is fantastically gluten free and vegan if you can believe it. It's like a granola bar got married to cake and had an oatmeal muffin baby, then sprinkled it with chocolate chips. No seriously guys, it's that good. It makes a filling breakfast, but it's perfect for a relatively guilt free after dinner sweet too. 

Posted in: Desserts
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Boneless Ribs

Boneless Ribs

With Apple-Hickory Barbecue Sauce

Posted on September 15, 2014

Sometimes you just need something a little more filling than nibbles when you're cooking for a crowd or game day. These Boneless Ribs With Apple-Hickory Barbecue Sauce fill the hole, can be eaten as finger food, proper like with a fork and knife, or on a bun for portability. They're sticky, sweet, and oh so delicious. Finished with some brown sugar on top, you'll have people screaming for you to "gimme some sugar".

Posted in: Pork
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Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Rings

Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Rings

With Brown Sugar Sriracha Baste

Posted on September 15, 2014

Nothing's better than bacon. Well, there's chocolate, that's really good, and butter, and garlic, garlic-butter... okay there are several things AS GOOD AS bacon. But when you wrap things IN bacon, well, you're upping the game to the next level of delicious. This recipe for Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Rings  With Sriracha And Brown Sugar Baste are bacon-y and sweet, and spicy, and all around YUMMY. 

Posted in: Appetizers
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Buffalo Chicken Queso Dip

Buffalo Chicken Queso Dip

The Ultimate Tailgate Dip

Posted on September 15, 2014

With tailgate season upon us, not to mention the plethora of championship games to watch, there is no shortage of reasons to have food that requires dip. That's where Buffalo Chicken Queso Dip comes in. This dip is super thick, bursting at the seams with spicy-tangy buffalo sauce and cheesy goodness. This recipe makes loads; we ran out of chips before we ran out of dip. 

Posted in: Appetizers
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Swiss Stuffed Cheeseburgers

Swiss Stuffed Cheeseburgers

With Cheddar And Jalapeño Havarti

Posted on September 15, 2014

Today, September the 18th, is National Cheeseburger Day! How do you plan on celebrating? 

I made some supremely cheesy beef burgers to celebrate, and I really recommend that you whip some of these up for tonight's dinner too! Last year we had the pleasure of Sultana's Bacon Cheeseburgers, but this year, we have something even better! What could be better you ask? These Super Cheesy Swiss Stuffed Cheeseburgers With Cheddar And Jalapeño Havarti. I know that the recipe time says that it takes 105 minutes to make, but it's all in the prep, and then there's 30 minutes of chilling time too. But I can assure you that these burgers are worth it. 

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Buttery Grilled Snapper

Buttery Grilled Snapper

With Grilled Veggie Salad

Posted on September 09, 2014

I needed a whitefish for a lunch recipe at work. Yep. I grill, at work, on the job, feeding the people in the office. That is what I do, when I'm not typing. I have the best job. 

Okay I digress. Needed fish. Needed something different. So, pacing in front of the seafood counter in the local supermarket, I asked for a reasonably priced fish that I could get a lot of right then and there. The kind person who helped me suggested the Rockfish. Yep. Still new to the seafood world I goggled at her. What's a rockfish? It doesn't sound that great. Maybe a little hard. (ba dum) You may know it as Black Snapper. And this is how you grill it up quickly for a fantastic meal.

Posted in: Seafood
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Grilled Swordfish Kebabs

Grilled Swordfish Kebabs

Fresh ingredients make the difference here

Posted on September 09, 2014

I needed something to make for dinner one night. I was perusing the seafood isle at my local grocer while waiting in line for the deli attendant when I saw a gigantic swordfish steak sitting there pretty as you please. The skin was still on it, smooth and shiny, a dark green-ish-black-y-blue, and the colour was bright. It looked kinda good. The price was right too. So I snagged that lonely steak and capered home with my find. 

Posted in: Seafood
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Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce

Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce

With Grilled Chicken Legs

Posted on September 08, 2014

Happy National Peanut Day everyone. Well actually it's September 13th... BUT I had to celebrate and share with you! Instead of doing something Thai with a peanut sauce, or a delightful dessert, I opted to do something slightly unexpected. I made a peanut butter laced barbecue sauce. Was it ever delicious! Creamy. Slightly spicy, and definitely a little sweet. You gotta try this on your next meal with chicken. 

Posted in: Poultry
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Ground Sirloin Tacos

Ground Sirloin Tacos

Grind your own meat for freshness

Posted on September 03, 2014

I have been lucky enough to get my own meat grinder. With it I decided to grind our own beef for tacos. Ground Sirloin Tacos are delicious, they're fresh and you know exactly what's in them. You can grind in your favorite flavourings, like garlic, onions and even the taco seasoning itself, to achieve maximum awesome. These tacos were amazing. I added the homemade taco seasoning, garlic, onions, and peppers, and ground it right into the meat itself before grilling. Just remember to grind from frozen, the meat fat gets caught in the grind wheel and makes an awful mess. 

Posted in: Beef
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