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Homemade Pretzel Bites

Homemade Pretzel Bites

with Jalapeño Cheese Beer Dip

Posted on January 31, 2017
Pretzels and dip are a mainstay when it comes to any gathering. However, pretzels are usually dry and salty and no one really likes them. Not this time, though Homemade Pretzel Bites with Jalapeño Cheese Beer Dip are made just for each other. The pretzels are soft and flavorful; the dip is ooey-gooey amazingness. Together they are a flavor blast perfect for watching a championship match, nibbling while dancing awkwardly at a party, or just snacking on because you love to cook and love bread and cheese. 
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Grilled Chicken

Grilled Chicken

with Alabama White BBQ Sauce

Posted on January 11, 2017
Making anything and serving it with White Sauce has been on the to-be-grilled list since I started writing for Napoleon. Grilled Chicken with Alabama White BBQ Sauce was the perfect way to give this delicious sauce a try. I made it while the chicken was on the grill. While waiting, my husband and I were dipping tortilla chips into the sauce. We had to put the sauce away, and the chips because we were just gobbling it up! Be careful you don’t eat it all up before the main event either. 
Posted in: Poultry
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Homemade Soup

Homemade Soup

with Roasted Carrots and Ginger

Posted on January 11, 2017
Homemade Soup with Roasted Carrots and Ginger is the product of my ever-increasing confidence, apparently, soup isn’t that hard to make. This particular recipe is even easier than … umm… something really easy! Okay, so it’s not as easy as using the can opener and making a can of condensed soup unless you are can opener challenged, or have one of the electric ones that never seems to work. However, this soup recipe is way easier than making our recipe for the Easiest Rotisserie Chicken Ever (and that’s a super easy recipe). 

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The Best Roasted Potatoes Ever

The Best Roasted Potatoes Ever

Make Great Grandma Proud

Posted on December 21, 2016
Nothing goes better with a family dinner than The Best Roasted Potatoes Ever, these bites of potato are at once crispy and fluffy. Imagine a caramelized crunch, seasoned to perfection, breaking away as you bite down, to reveal the fluffiest, most perfect potato on earth. We had a little time to wait before these were served and it was very hard not to sneak a few (like all of them). This is a recipe that will make Great Grandmother proud, and be handed down to your children’s children! 
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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French Toast Bake

French Toast Bake

Sweet breakfast goodness

Posted on December 14, 2016
Making french toast on the grill is easy and delicious. This French Toast Bake is an easy, make-ahead recipe that gives you all the great french toast flavor, in a more portable container. We’ve spiced things up with cinnamon raisin bread, apple, and cinnamon sugar walnuts to create an easy breakfast that is perfect on those chilly mornings when served with coffee, tea, and warm maple syrup. 
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Gingerbread

Gingerbread

Make a whole village of cookie people

Posted on December 14, 2016
Gingerbread is an integral part of the holidays, like lights, trees, and hot chocolate. Ever since I started working on this blog, I have wanted to do one thing. Make a Gingerbread Grill. Yes, a Napoleon Grill made of Gingerbread. My husband, a total genius, did the math and plotted out the parts, but in the end, the project was far too ambitious. The grill would have stood well over 24-inches tall! Instead, we opted to go with the more traditional Gingerbread Men, who turned out beautiful, delicious, and festive in their red jumpers.

NOTE* - You will want to use a stand mixer for this recipe unless you are very strong and have a lot of stamina. The dough gets pretty stiff near the end.
 
Posted in: Desserts
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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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White Chocolate and Peppermint Tart

White Chocolate and Peppermint Tart

A Sweet Christmassy Treat

Posted on December 08, 2016
The idea for White Chocolate and Peppermint Tart came about shortly after making the  Chocolate & Espresso Tart. I was writing the recipe to share, and suddenly it hit me. What if I used white chocolate?! From there the recipe evolved as I considered what would taste great with the white chocolate. Initially, I had a vision of a beautiful white tart with swirls of green and crumbles of peppermint on top. Things went a little sideways when I accidentally overheated the white chocolate and it bound. (That means that chocolate went from this smooth and creamy mixture to a hard and grainy blob.) I was able to fix it a little, but the liquid separated out. To rescue this, I topped the whole thing with a layer of dark chocolate ganache. Feel free to make this look however you like, though. Swirl the white, dark, and mint chocolate together, or layer them all separately. It’s up to you and how you feel this dessert should look. 
Posted in: Desserts
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Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb

Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb

on the Rotisserie

Posted on November 02, 2016
The rotisserie is possibly one of the best grilling accessories you can have. Cooking a Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb on the Rotisserie makes for one succulent meal indeed. Savory spices, roasted garlic oil, and a little patience went a long way to making this family dinner an enjoyable one.

PRO TIP: Remove the grids and sear plates, place Napoleon's Cast Iron Charcoal and Smoker Tray on the burners and use some lump charcoal and wood chips to give your lamb that delicious charcoal flavor. 
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Chocolate Rubbed Steaks

Chocolate Rubbed Steaks

With Smoked Coffee

Posted on October 25, 2016
Chef Ted Reader’s Coffee Rubbed Porterhouse serves as inspiration for this latest steak creation; Chocolate Rubbed Steaks With Smoked Coffee. Chocolate is not just for those with a sweet tooth. It’s fantastic for use in savory dishes as well. My goal was to add a depth to the natural flavor of steak. The rub successfully did this while creating a beautiful crust once seared on the side burner of my Napoleon Prestige PRO 500 Grill. 
Posted in: Beef
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