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Open Faced Steak Sandwich

Open Faced Steak Sandwich

on Pane Di Casa

Posted on June 29, 2016
I had leftover steak from the Gourmet Steak Pizza recipe and wanted something a little heartier for lunch one day. I made this Open Faced Steak Sandwich on Pane Di Casa, initially intending it to be a full on sandwich, but as I dressed it up and was getting ready to put the top on, I just couldn’t. This sandwich was so beautiful as it was. Instead I made a couple more and served them to my husband, who proceeded to rave about them. Now the whole family is requesting them for our Fancy Family Canada Day Picnic Lunch Celebration. Okay so the event title is a bit of a work in progress, but the Open Faced Steak Sandwiches aren’t! 
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Meatball Subs

Meatball Subs

on Gourmet Hot Dog Buns by COBS Bread

Posted on June 23, 2016
Anyone can make hot dogs on the grill, some can even make spiral dogs, but a gourmet bun needs to have something worthy of gracing the soft and flavorful folds of bread. That’s where my idea for Meatball Subs on Gourmet Hot Dog Buns by COBS Bread comes in. Using ground brisket instead of typical ground beef, this recipe is elevated to the next level of deliciousness and into the realm of gourmet. 
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Gourmet Steak Pizza

Gourmet Steak Pizza

on Cheese, Herb & Garlic Mini Focaccia

Posted on June 15, 2016
If you’re creative enough just about anything can become pizza. Gourmet Steak Pizza on Cheese, Herb & Garlic Mini Focaccia proves that. I used very fresh ingredients for this recipe, and you can taste the difference. The tomatoes served as the sauce instead of using a traditional tomato sauce. I did this because I didn’t want to top the cheesy goodness of the fresh herbed focaccia with anything that would mask its delicious flavor. Instead, I enhanced the delicate herb and cheese flavor by adding succulent steak slices and red onion. 
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Grilled Chili Cheese Dogs

Grilled Chili Cheese Dogs

on COBS Bread Gourmet Hot Dog Buns

Posted on June 15, 2016
Chili cheese dogs, like Sloppy Joes, have never really held much interest to me in the culinary sense of things. They just seemed messy, which generally doesn’t bug me. (Just look at my Eggs Benedict Burgers) However, when you’re presented with an opportunity to work with a fantastic ingredient like COBS Bread’s Gourmet Hot Dog Buns, you have to create something brilliant! Grilled Chili Cheese Dogs on COBS Bread Gourmet Hot Dog Buns seemed like the perfect way to utilize their delicious Gourmet Hot Dog Buns, and I may have even found a way of making this meal slightly healthier. 
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Super Sausage Breakfast Burgers

Super Sausage Breakfast Burgers

on COBS Bread Ciabatta Rolls

Posted on June 08, 2016
Sure, you could assemble all the parts that make up a complete breakfast separately. Or you can eat a complete breakfast with one of these Super Sausage Breakfast Burgers on COBS Bread Ciabatta Rolls! If you want to get grilling right away when you wake up, I recommend making the patties the night before so that they’re ready to go as soon as the chef has had a coffee and the grill is up to temperature. 
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Double Decker Brisket Burgers

Double Decker Brisket Burgers

on COBS Gourmet Hamburger Buns

Posted on May 25, 2016
When you find yourself in possession of high quality buns, like COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Buns, you need to grill something worthy of being placed upon them. While brisket is generally thought of as a smoked and tender slab of meat with perfect bark, and definitely not a hamburger. However that is not the case today. Today I decided to take a chance on this notorious cut of meat and and create an incredibly flavorful burger, worthy of the bun it rests upon. Double Decker Brisket Burgers on a COBS Bread Gourmet Hamburger Bun was delicious and filling, unbelievably meaty, worthy of the title "Burger". 
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Smoked Beef Tenderloin

Smoked Beef Tenderloin

With La Grille Spicy Montreal Steak Spice Seasoning

Posted on May 25, 2016
After making the delicious Beef Wellington, I had a long, skinny tail of tenderloin that was too small to be a decent steak, and too small to be a proper roast. Smoked Beef Tenderloin With La Grille Spicy Montreal Steak Spice Seasoning turned a potentially wasted morsel of meat into mouth watering goodness to make even the manliest of men tear up with joy. 
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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. Or "I am making this again tomorrow night for dinner" kind of delicious. 

Need I go on?

So I was toodling around the internet and was reading an article somewhere when one of those sidebar 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 right away. As an added bonus, it’s Cinco De Mayo soon, and you can celebrate with some Mexican-inspired Tasty Taco Pizza too! 
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Steak Fajitas

Steak Fajitas

On The Napoleon Cast Iron Skillet, with Club House 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 household staple. What I am describing is Steak Fajitas On The Napoleon Cast Iron Skillet, with Club House La Grille Roasted Garlic & Peppers Wet 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 will love it when you taste a mouthful! Easily make this delicious dinner on a Rogue® Gas Grill, add some cervezas and you have a pairing that's as delicious as queso and jalapeños.

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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. 
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