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Hotdogs Wrapped With Bacon & Stuffed With Cheese

Hotdogs Wrapped With Bacon & Stuffed With Cheese

The Only Way To Eat A Hotdog

Posted on July 10, 2018

Bacon is smoky and tender, brimming with umami flavors from salt, fat, and smoke. When melted, any cheese’s creaminess is enhanced. Add these things to an all-beef hotdog for a gourmet experience. These Hotdogs Wrapped With Bacon & Stuffed With Cheese are delicious, dripping with flavor that explodes across the tongue. You will never want a boring old frank again after trying these incredible ‘dogs.

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Croque Monsieur

Croque Monsieur

On The Grill

Posted on July 04, 2018
This isn’t just a ham ’n’ swiss sandwich you guys! Croque Monsieur On The Grill is ideal for those nights when you don’t want something huge and heavy but still want to eat a little gourmet-like. The herby Focaccia that I received from COBS Bread adds a whole new dimension to the whole experience. I mean, this thing is like a gourmet grilled cheese with sauce, and now herbed deliciousness. And there’s cheese on the inside, and melt-y and gooey, then it’s topped with cheese too! Who does that?! So this recipe is far from a traditional Croque Monsieur, especially considering I am using an Italian Herb Focaccia and swiss cheese, however, if that doesn’t bug you at all, consider making this amazing sandwich for dinner tonight. (Especially if it’s super hot outside again. Seriously though, it was 46°C or 115°F outside!)
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Baking Scones on the BBQ

Baking Scones on the BBQ

An Easy Recipe For Homemade Scones

Posted on July 03, 2018

After enjoying the amazing Scones from COBS Bread I sort-of became obsessed. When the call went out at the office that we were having a potluck breakfast, I KNEW what I had to do! Scones! Scones with fresh, homemade Jam! Now the weather outside, when I needed to bake these fresh scones was a whopping 46°F (around 115°F) so there was no way I was going to bake indoors, our poor air conditioner was working hard enough. So I decided on baking these Scones on the BBQ.

 

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Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders

Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders

With Quick Pickled Red Onion

Posted on June 26, 2018

After meeting and interviewing the owner and head chef at The North Restaurant in Barrie, I was feeling very inspired. Chef Marco talked about bringing all five senses into the meals that you prepare. That, coupled with another generous delivery from COBS Bread in the form of Gourmet Slider Buns, had me thinking about making sliders even better. These Pineapple Teriyaki Sliders With Quick Pickled Red Onion are delicious as an appetizer or for a meal – and trust me, you’ll want to eat more than one. Smoky beef patties and bacon, sweet teriyaki seasonings, tart grilled pineapple, creamy cheese, and astringent pickled red onion causes flavor to bloom across all regions of your tongue simultaneously in a cascade of flavor. The thing that holds it all together? The slider buns. Lightly toasted on the Napoleon Warming Rack Baking Stone, the buns from COBS have a glossy top and a light, fresh interior, perfect for nestling flavorful fillings.
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Baked Brie-Schetta

Baked Brie-Schetta

Featuring COBS Bread Herb & Garlic Pane di Casa Half Baguette

Posted on June 19, 2018

One of our favorite snacks to make when we have friends over is a baked brie. It’s easy, fast, and versatile. But what would happen if you topped it with garlic, tomatoes, and fresh herbs? Deliciousness! That’s what! This Baked Brie-Schetta Featuring COBS Bread Herb & Garlic Pane di Casa Half Baguette is the perfect snack or appetizer. It pairs perfectly with a light and apple-y Riesling for a lovely and sophisticated snack time.
Posted in: Appetizers
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Mediterranean Beet Burgers

Mediterranean Beet Burgers

With Feta & Black Garlic

Posted on June 11, 2018

Vegetarian food doesn’t have to be boring or flavorless. In fact, these Mediterranean Beet Burgers With Feta and Black Garlic are super flavorful. Pair them with luscious and fresh Gourmet Hamburger Buns from COBS Bread, and you have a burger match made in heaven. The outside of these burgers gets a little crispy like the Han Burgers and they have an earthy finish thanks to the beet. Also, hope you like the color magenta, ‘cause these babies are PINK! If you’re not a fan of bean-based vegetarian patties, you will love the texture of these vegetarian burgers.

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Dad’s Smoky Maple Ribs

Dad’s Smoky Maple Ribs

An Easy Rib Recipe

Posted on June 05, 2018

Dads don’t want much on Father’s Day. Some time to relax, little to no responsibilities, and a good meal. That’s where Dad’s Smoky Maple Ribs come in. This easy recipe is fairly set-and-forget. The smoky flavor and sticky sauce make this a perfect meal to serve after a hard day of doing whatever he wants.

Posted in: Pork
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BBQ Strawberry Shortcake

BBQ Strawberry Shortcake

With Bourbon Whipped Cream

Posted on June 05, 2018

This is a gentleman’s dessert. Manly. Or at least that was my intention when I created this recipe for BBQ Strawberry Shortcake With Bourbon Whipped Cream. I imagined gentlemen sitting around in their club chairs, talking about the big cricket game, raised bourbon glasses, and monocles…huh that fantasy went off the rails somewhere. Anyway, I figure that sure, a succulent steak or ridiculous rack of ribs is great for a meal, but men may want dessert too! So, that’s where my BBQ Strawberry Shortcake came in. Filled with bold and smoky flavors, and made on the grill, how could I go wrong?
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Lebanese Meat Pies

Lebanese Meat Pies

Sfeehas On The Grill

Posted on May 30, 2018

Making your own versions of popular street food like these Lebanese Meat Pies is fun and easy. Watching others enjoy this piquant and portable BBQ food is even better. A fragrant mince of lamb or lamb and beef is cooked and cooled, then placed inside packets of puff pastry and baked on a pizza stone on the barbecue. Serve these with a lovely salad and a yogurt dipping sauce for a light meal.

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Homemade Donuts

Homemade Donuts

On The Side Burner

Posted on May 30, 2018

Originally made in 2013, this Homemade Donut recipe is easy to execute, and produces a light and fluffy final product that even your favorite donut shop would be jealous of. These are everything you could wish for in a sweet and spectacular snack. Lightly sweet and airy, with a topping of thick glaze making a satisfying donut-mess on your fingers. The hardest part of this recipe is actually waiting for the dough to rise so that you can cut the donuts out. You will need a stand mixer, or hand mixer with a dough hook attachment, as well as the Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok. The wok is perfect for frying the donuts, it’s depth and heat retention makes managing the oil much easier than you would find if using a saucepan or electric wok. Frying the donuts outside ensures that you don’t have that deep fryer oil smell in the house, only the scent of sweet sweet donuts when they’re ready.

 

Posted in: Desserts
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