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Lamb Keema with Grilled Curry Potatoes

Lamb Keema with Grilled Curry Potatoes

Indian Inspired Lamb Curry

Posted on October 24, 2017

It’s that time of year when you want hearty meals with delicious ingredients; meals that make you feel cozy while you eat them. I made this Lamb Keema with Grilled Curry Potatoes because, not only did it sound delicious when I read about it, but it personified cozy meals. Imagine a thick and spicy lamb stew with tangy yogurt on top of a slice of perfectly grilled potato.

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BBQ Glazed Ham

BBQ Glazed Ham

with Smoked Honey and Dijon

Posted on October 03, 2017

BBQ Glazed Ham with Smoked Honey and Dijon was originally made as an easy Easter Dinner in 2015, however, I chose to break with tradition and make this for Thanksgiving dinner this year. Little prep time for this meal means that it’s easy to get going while you work on more labor-intensive dishes, or enjoy time with your family. This time, I tried using the rotisserie instead of placing the ham onto a baking sheet. The end result was a ham that was shiny and flavorful on every side. Caramelized crispy bits mingled nicely with a sticky outside and the salty ham inside. Smoked honey adds a new dimension of flavor that is very subtle, lending itself immediately to the flavor of the ham.

HOW TO USE YOUR ROTISSERIE

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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Espresso Rubbed Prime Rib

Espresso Rubbed Prime Rib

Deep and flavorful

Posted on April 18, 2017
Did you know that Prime Rib has a day to celebrate its delicious perfection? Well, I did, and in preparation for this hallowed day, on April 27th, I prepared some Espresso Rubbed Prime Rib for dinner. Rubbed with a combination of steak spice, salt, and espresso powder, then slow roasted on my Prestige PRO 500 Gas Grill, and seared to crispy perfection; this Prime Rib made a most delicious dinner. 
Posted in: Beef
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Orange And Bay Rotisserie Crackling Pork

Orange And Bay Rotisserie Crackling Pork

with Herby Potato Wedges

Posted on October 21, 2016
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Mocha Cupcakes

Mocha Cupcakes

with Smoked Coffee & Toffee

Posted on October 12, 2016
I don’t know about you, but I am a big fan of the whole chocolate and coffee combo. With National Dessert Day coming up, I just had to make a dessert befitting the occasion. Mocha Cupcakes with Smoked Coffee & Toffee are a perfectly portable dessert that even the non-coffee lovers will enjoy. (I say this while looking pointedly at a few people, you know who you are…) Topped with even more chocolate, toffee bits, and coffee-chocolate ganache, who wouldn’t go nuts for these Mocha Cupcakes? 
Posted in: Desserts
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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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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 French Toast

Grilled French Toast

with Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts

Posted on June 08, 2016
Grilled French Toast with Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts is the perfect weekend breakfast. Using a sturdy loaf of Italian Style Bread, like COBS Bread Pane di Casa, is ideal. The thin, yet crispy crust holding the fluffiest bread imaginable is superb for grilling directly on your cooking grids. The resulting slightly smoky, sweet, bread-pudding-like texture is what French toast is all about. I added some Cinnamon Sugar Walnuts and then yelled, “Bring on the Maple Syrup”! 
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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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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