Brownies are what happened when chocolate bars and cookies had babies. Um yeah. Okay maybe it’s the fact that it’s nearly lunch time as I type this, and I am hungry, but really, how would you describe them?
The history of the brownie is not as amazing as cheesecake or anything like that. Really it is rather simple. Near the end of the 19th century at the Palmer Hotel, Bertha Palmer asked her chefs to come up with a dessert that “should be smaller than a piece of cake, dainty, and easily eaten, it should fit well in a boxed lunch,”. You see there was a fair being hosted there and the women’s boxed lunches lacked a dessert. The brownie now has many variations and all of them claim to be the best ever. But that is a matter of personal choice. Whether you like them chewy, moist, more cake like, or slightly crunchy, brownie recipes are as wide and varied as fish in the sea.
You read that right folks. The best things ever are now combined to become one great super food made on the grill!
Salted Caramel Filling
This fresh salsa comes together fairly quickly and makes a fantastic and fresh addition to your nachos and tacos.View Details
Barbecue Style Tacos
Beef Carne Asada is Mexican barbecue style shredded beef marinated in chili spices. It’s particularly good on tacos and in burritos, but can be used in just about anything you would normally use ground beef for.View Details
With Injected Baked Potatoes
What if you can make beef more tender and melt in your mouth? “But How?” I hear you cry at your monitors! Inject your beef with a combination of red wine, beef stock and butter!View Details
Marinated For Good Measure
Heat it up or chill it out with your choices of curry paste and chili sauce. This saucy chicken recipe goes well over a bed of grill roasted vegetables and jasmine rice.View Details
With Rum BBQ Sauce
Nice and crispy skin with a sweet and tangy sauce caramelized over top. Tuck in to these legs, but beware, you will need some wet-naps.View Details
Nice Meat Spice
Ghost Pepper Turkey Meatballs are pretty versatile. Paired with pasta and marinara, or eaten as an appetizer, you can’t go wrong with these spicy bites of meaty goodness.View Details
With Smoked Bacon
What better way to use the last of that delicious sourdough bread that to make it into the best holiday side dish ever invented?View Details
So good it's spooky!
Fresh vegetables and grilled beef make up the bones of this dish, but watch out, it bites back! I really suggest that you serve your Ghost Pepper Chili with a dollop of sour cream, some cheese or a tall and cold glass of milk.View Details