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Beef Carne Asada

Beef Carne Asada

Barbecue Style Tacos

Posted on December 09, 2013

When you get a craving, there's not much you can do but cater to it, well when it comes to food anyway. I had been craving some tacos for a while so this was just an amazing treat. While braising I tested the meat a couple of times and was surprised at how spicy it was. I was worried that the Carne Asada was going to be too spicy, but it turned out perfectly.

Now I know that some of you like to keep things hot. If you are after that, I would really recommend making this Ghost Pepper Salsa to go with your Carne Asada. Though I am curious! Mild, Medium, or HOT HOT HOT? Leave a comment below and tell us how you like it!

Posted in: Beef
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Honeyed Curry Chili Chicken

Honeyed Curry Chili Chicken

Marinated For Good Measure

Posted on December 06, 2013
Depending on your choice of curry pastes, this dish can get spicy. Same with the chili sauce. You can cool it down or heat it up depending on your tastes. How do you like your food? Leave a comment below and tell us how you like it! Hot or not!
Posted in: Poultry
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Grilled Chicken Legs

Grilled Chicken Legs

with Rum BBQ Sauce

Posted on December 06, 2013
Used the new  TravelQ™ Larry again for these legs. It was very cold and windy, but I was able to set up in a sheltered area and got the grill up to medium-high in about 5 minutes. The honey and sugar in the sauce caramelized quickly, so you want to do many coats of sauce while you’re grilling them and flip often, although I know that’s not generally the way of the gourmet griller. But the legs are already half cooked after 5 minutes, so you’re good to go. This sauce goes very well over wings and on pork as well. But when you tuck in, make sure that you have lots of napkins and wet-naps handy. Leave a comment and tell us about your favourite messy food. One that needs wet-naps after eating!
Posted in: Poultry
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Ghost Pepper Turkey Meatballs

Ghost Pepper Turkey Meatballs

Nice Meat Spice

Posted on November 29, 2013
We used these for cheese fondue, the milk in the cheese fondue definitely helped in keeping the heat from the ghost peppers in control. But you could definitely use these in a cream or rosé sauce with pasta and sautéed sweet peppers. Or an appetizer with a creamy yogurt and cucumber dip! There were over 2 dozen meatballs and they disappeared. Make sure you make a lot.
Posted in: Appetizers
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Ghost Pepper Chili

Ghost Pepper Chili

So good it's spooky!

Posted on November 19, 2013

NOTE:

If you don’t have a slow cooker, do not fear. You can use a big pot and simmer your chili on medium-low for 6+ hours.

No beans about it. There are no beans in this chili. It’s got plenty of protein from that awesome shredded stewing beef. This is a fantastic freezer meal too! Portion it out to single serves – you get about 10 from this – or you can put it into big tubs for family food night!

This is my first time working with a super hot pepper. I was a little leery after my first time working with scotch bonnets. I thought it went well. Have you ever had a hot pepper mishap? What happened? Leave a comment below to tell us all about it! OR Tell us what you made with Ghost Peppers and how it turned out!

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Mini Meatloaves

Mini Meatloaves

With Mashed Potato Icing

Posted on November 19, 2013

I love these mini meatloaves. They were easy to make, and you can even freeze them if you don’t eat them all. For a healthier version you can use chicken or turkey instead of beef. OR go crazy and use ground elk or moose instead.

Leave a comment below and tell me what you have mini-fied and how it went!

Posted in: Beef
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Barbecue Beef Sandwiches

Barbecue Beef Sandwiches

On Sourdough Rolls

Posted on November 12, 2013
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My mouth is watering as I type this. Seriously. It is probably the best thing I have ever done to a beef roast. EVER. When you need something hearty to eat but want to capture that feeling of summer too? These Barbecue Beef Sandwiches are the recipe for you. Winter eats for the summer person. Especially when served with some Autumn Slaw on the side.
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Autumn Slaw

Autumn Slaw

With Carrots Parsnips & Onions

Posted on November 12, 2013
Autumn Slaw is a simple salad that uses the available ingredients of the season. If you like a little pizzaz you can also add apple to the mix as well. Serve this with something really hearty, like Barbecue Beef Sandwiches for a real good meal.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Homemade Apple Cider

Homemade Apple Cider

A Hot Drink For A Cool Day

Posted on November 12, 2013
This was a great drink to enjoy with friends. It pairs nicely with Gingerbread Cake, this week's Exclusive Recipe Club Recipe of the Week.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Grilled Chicken Breasts

Grilled Chicken Breasts

Stuffed With Pulled Pork

Posted on November 05, 2013

Just another way to use the pulled pork that you smoked. This recipe is really simple and very tasty. If whoever is eating this doesn’t know that you stuffed the breasts with the pork, it’s quite the surprise. What food have you surprised someone with? How did they react? Leave a comment below and tell us about your surprising food experiences!

You guys have been great at not spilling about the new TravelQ™! I used Larry (my new TravelQ’s name) to make these chicken breasts. I surprised the Baron of Baking by stuffing them with my delicious pulled pork. I used one burner for direct grilling, then moved the breasts over to the other side to finish them off by grill-baking them while he made the salad. Here are some more sneak peaks of the new grill.

Posted in: Poultry, Pork
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