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Tasty Taco Pizza

Tasty Taco Pizza

On the Napoleon Pizza Stone

Posted on April 26, 2016

Tasty Taco Pizza is so delicious. Like, how did I never think of doing this before delicious. Try, I am making this again tomorrow night for dinner, delicious. Need I go on?

So I was toodling around the internet and was reading an article somewhere when one of those side bar video ads starts blaring. It’s a cooking segment and they’re talking about Garth Brooks and taco pizza. I think they said that he invented it. Anyway, it was just a light bulb moment. I saw what the end product looked like and knew I just had to make something that amazing sounding right away. As an added bonus, it’s Cinco De Mayo soon, and you can celebrate with some amazingly Tasty Taco Pizza too! 
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Steak Fajitas

Steak Fajitas

On The Napoleon Cast Iron Skillet, with La Grille Roasted Garlic & Peppers Rub

Posted on April 26, 2016

Marinated steak served on a sizzling bed of fresh veggies, cradled in cheese, and wrapped in a delicious blanket of flour tortilla goodness. What I am describing is a staple in our household. What I am describing is   Steak Fajitas On The Napoleon Cast Iron Skillet, with La Grille Roasted Garlic & Peppers Rub. It's a mouthful to read and trust me it's a mouthful to type; but completely worth it in both cases because you need to hear about this! This celebration of Mexican-like flavors is the perfect and simplest dinner for Cinco De Mayo celebrations. Add some cervezas and you have a match equal to queso and jalapeños.

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Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

On Napoleon’s Pizza Stone

Posted on April 26, 2016
Making Mexican style takeout food to celebrate Cinco De Mayo is fun and flavorful. Utilizing spices in unique ways makes for some interesting meals. Instead of making Enchiladas, I wanted something that would be a little more interesting when cut into. This Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada turned out to be crunchy, tangy, and spicy. Seeing the layers and tasting the flavors when we ate it was about as fun as making it. Think of this Layered Enchilada recipe like a savory Mexican birthday cake. How many layers high can you go? 
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Indian Spiced Salmon

Indian Spiced Salmon

with pan fried Bombay potatoes and herby yogurt sauce

Posted on April 25, 2016
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Fire Roasted Cherry Cheesecake

Fire Roasted Cherry Cheesecake

Fire makes cheesecake even better

Posted on April 21, 2016
Fire Roasted Cherry Cheesecake is another cheesecake to add to our growing collection of cheesecake recipes. Specifically it’s to celebrate National Cherry Cheesecake Day, who wouldn’t want to do that? This cheesecake is completely gluten free, and totally awesome! Try it yourself.
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Grill Roasted Tomato Sauce

Grill Roasted Tomato Sauce

With Roasted Veggies

Posted on April 21, 2016
Homemade spaghetti sauce is the ultimate comfort food in my home. Both my mother and father have mastered the marinara, and each have their own unique way of making it. Funnily enough mom is of Irish descent, and father is English/French Canadian - how this Italian food staple became a fixture on the dinner table I will never know. What I do know is that it’s my favorite comfort food. I love to make gigantic batches and freeze it for later. This Grill Roasted Tomato Sauce is a grill-tastic vegetarian version of my childhood favorite and a great way to sneak those veggies in to a meal. 
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Steakhouse Top Sirloin Roast

Steakhouse Top Sirloin Roast

Done to perfection

Posted on April 21, 2016
Steakhouse Top Sirloin Roast is a supremely simple dinner to make. With only a few ingredients, and a set and forget style of grilling, it frees you up to do more important things while you’re waiting. I had this beautiful roast, moderately expensive cut, well marbled, but ultimately I was unsure what I wanted to do with it. Thank goodness I happened to have a bevy of La Grille Seasonings and Rubs for just this occasion! What could have been an ingredient leaden recipe became something simple and just as flavorful. The trick was to grill it to perfection. 
Posted in: Beef
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Yaki Onigiri

Yaki Onigiri

Grilled Rice Balls

Posted on April 14, 2016
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Yaki Onigiri is a very popular snack or takeout food made from rice formed into triangle or cylinder shapes, served wrapped with nori (seaweed) paper. Yaki means grilled or cooked To celebrate Rice Ball day on April 19th, I needed to try my hand at such a popular dish. They turned out fantastic, and I quickly got a handle on forming the sticky rice into a shape that resembled the pictures of Onigiri that I have seen. Traditionally Onigiri is stuffed with pickles or other sour things like pickled Umeboshi (Japanese salt plums), salted salmon, kombu (pickled seaweed), pickled tuna flakes, or salted Pollock. Feel free to substitute any of these for the chicken if you want to go super traditional. 
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Cucumber Salad

Cucumber Salad

with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Posted on April 14, 2016
My fantastic grandmother served this salad one evening with dinner. Cucumber Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette is supremely light, and packs a flavor punch that you are not expecting. Adding the onion and carrots elevates this side from possibly pickles to positively divine. It is unexpected and fresh. It would make a great topping for a turkey or veggie burger, or perfect for pretty much any meal where you need a quick and light side. 
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Pecan Butter Cups

Pecan Butter Cups

Homemade Chocolate Candy Is Easy

Posted on April 14, 2016

After making Homemade Vanilla Bourbon Pecan Butter to celebrate National Pecan Day on April 14th, I had loads left over! 2 cups worth! Sure, it’s delicious on pretty much everything, but I wanted to do something super special. My friend tried a spoonful of the fresh nut butter and said “You know what would be awesome? This… in peanut butter cups!”. He was right. I made Pecan Butter Cups the very next day. They are pure chocolate and pecan awesomeness.

With only four ingredients, this recipe is supremely simple to make. I made everything up as I went along and I wouldn’t change a thing. I will be making these again very soon. Perfect to keep on hand for a snack, or dessert. I suppose you could share them with others if you’re truly generous.
Posted in: Desserts
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