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Duck Burritos

Duck Burritos

Inspired by Finger Food From The BBQ & Grill by Andreas Rummel

Posted on April 02, 2018

Duck Burritos are a delightful Asian inspired appetizer that I found in our Finger Food from the BBQ and Grill cookbook. After thoroughly enjoying the homemade Peking Duck, this simplified version just leaped right off the page (and into our mouths!). Perfect for getting the tummies in the mood for a great meal. Plus, they’re pretty portable so the party can easily continue.

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Healthy BBQ Beef & Grain Bowl

Healthy BBQ Beef & Grain Bowl

With Bok Choi

Posted on February 20, 2018

Wholesome and delicious, these healthy BBQ beef and grain bowls with bok choi will keep you full for a while. Succulent, marinated beef is sliced thin, served on a bed of whole grain rice, with grilled bak choi, carrot, zucchini, and roasted sweet potato. Portions are key to making this a successfully healthy meal, by going heavy on flavorful veggies, and lighter on meat and grains you get a super boost of fiber and vitamins.

Posted in: Beef
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Double Thick Tandoori Pork

Double Thick Tandoori Pork

with Raita

Posted on February 14, 2018

Originally cooked in January of 2012 as part of a New Year’s resolution to be more open to trying new things, the Double Thick Tandoori Pork with Raita, from Ted Reader’s Everyday Gourmet Grilling cookbook, is the perfect way to experience new and interesting flavors. If you’re in the mood for something different and don’t know where to start, tandoori is a fantastic flavor. Make it as spicy as you want, or keep things super mild. I used to be a picky eater. I grew up with meat and potatoes; the craziest we got was plain ground beef in flour tortillas for taco night. I was introduced to Japanese cuisine at the age of fifteen and things just kept getting tastier from there. I became a food adventurer and so can you.

Posted in: Pork
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Thai Peanut Grilled Shrimp

Thai Peanut Grilled Shrimp

With Stir-fried Noodles & Veggies

Posted on September 05, 2017
 

Originally posted in January of 2012, this recipe for Thai Peanut Grilled Shrimp was made as a treat for someone who loves shrimp. The bright veggies, marinated shrimp, and tangy peanut sauce come together for a delicious meal that pleases the seafood fanatic, and the Asian food aficionado. You would definitely find something like this at popular takeout restaurants, but it’s super easy to make at home too. Just start by firing up your Rogue® Gas Grill. 

Posted in: Seafood
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BBQ Souvlaki Pizza

BBQ Souvlaki Pizza

Greek Inspired Recipe

Posted on August 21, 2017
This recipe for BBQ Souvlaki Pizza came about many years ago while visiting a friend. We needed dinner but didn’t have all of the stuff needed for souvlaki or pizza. However, when we combined all of the delicious individual ingredients, something magical happened. After that, I worked on refining the recipe until I finally landed on this savory Souvlaki Pizza.
Posted in: Pork
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Seared Steak

Seared Steak

with Foil Pack Potatoes & Grill Wok Veggies

Posted on May 16, 2017

Not every meal needs to be fancy, intricate, or crazy. With simple ingredients that you should already have at home, you can make Seared Steak with Foil Pack Potatoes & Grill Wok Veggies. This recipe works with just about any kind of steak; you just need to remember that it will take longer to achieve a delicious medium-rare if the steak is thicker than an inch. If you don’t have baby potatoes, regular potatoes work just as well for this recipe, and any veggies that you have, even frozen ones, are perfect. 

The timing for this whole recipe should be dictated by the thickness of your steaks. The ones I cooked were nearly 2½ inches thick. That meant, to reach an internal temperature of 135°F, it took around 40 minutes, after searing, for the steaks to cook. Keep this in mind if your steaks are thinner, and cook them after the vegetables and potatoes have been on for a while.

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Veal Tenderloin

Veal Tenderloin

with Roasted Garlic, Gorgonzola and Mushrooms

Posted on May 11, 2017

This year, for Mother’s Day, why not treat your Mom to something truly special (besides some great grilling gifts). Veal Tenderloin with Roasted Garlic, Gorgonzola, and Mushrooms is unique and flavorful, perfect for treating your Mom to a fancy dinner. Some find blue cheeses, gorgonzola, in particular, a little too much for them. If that is the case, or you have someone with an allergy, don’t worry. You can substitute something that you would prefer. Try goats cheese, sheep milk feta, or even parmesan. All of these are excellent choices.

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Beer Marinated Lamb

Beer Marinated Lamb

with Chimichurri

Posted on December 08, 2016
To celebrate National Lager Day, I decided to make something that I haven’t tried in a long while - Beer Marinated Lamb with Chimichurri. Okay, let me clarify. I’ve made loads of lamb after falling in love with this meat when I started working on this blog; however, I haven’t tried chimichurri in a while. Not being a fan of cilantro, it’s kind of obvious why. I figured that my tastes have expanded and evolved since making Ted Reader’s Mesquite Planked Leg of Lamb. Still not a huge fan of cilantro, or chimichurri, but the lamb was cooked to perfection, and the lager marinade made up for that. 
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Tea Marinated Pork Loin Roast

Tea Marinated Pork Loin Roast

with White Nectarines

Posted on August 05, 2016

In the height of summer I am always looking for ways to take my favorite savory dishes and make them feel more seasonal. Sweet, once again, sends pork to a new level of flavor heaven in this recipe This Tea Marinated Pork Loin Roast with White Nectarines takes the spirit of summer and infuses it into an exquisite roast. The best part about this whole thing was that I set the marinade, which looks so pretty, and left for the day to help a friend move. When I came home, I just threw the pork onto a preheated grill for 45 minutes and dinner was pretty much ready.

Posted in: Pork
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Soy and Honey Marinated Duck

Soy and Honey Marinated Duck

with Broccoli Fried Rice

Posted on July 20, 2016
Duck is savory and definitely different. It pairs beautifully with aromatics like thyme and sage. Duck can just as easily go with a delightful and sweet maple-butter. However, in search of something a little different, I decided to make Soy and Honey Marinated Duck with Broccoli Fried Rice. These duck breasts are marinated in soy, honey, sesame oil, and sake, then grilled to a perfect medium rare and served atop a bed of fresh fried rice, chock full of veggies. This delicious dish will be a fan favorite as soon as you serve it.
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