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Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes

Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes

What's the dill with these?

Posted on December 14, 2017

These Plank Smoked Mashed Potatoes have officially become my favorite way to prepare potatoes! In preparation for the holiday season, I made a Christmas Goose with all the trimmings. That means that you need Mashed Potatoes and vegetables and gravy too. When making Mashed Potatoes for planking, it’s best to do them up the day before. This is some super secret special technique that Ted Reader taught me ages ago. Try it for yourself and you will see why.

Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Classic Beef Sliders

Classic Beef Sliders

Miniature Beef Burgers

Posted on November 23, 2017

Classic Beef Sliders are a delicious and fun way to eat hamburgers. Pile them high with your favorite toppings, try new flavor combinations, and like potato chips, you can’t have just one. Use Napoleon’s Gourmet Slider Maker to press your own perfectly proportioned patty. For added deliciousness, don’t forget to brush the buns with butter and grill them up nice and toasty before serving.

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Mini Blueberry Pies

Mini Blueberry Pies

Two-Bite Treats

Posted on April 25, 2017
It happens to be National Blueberry Pie day soon, so I just had to make Mini Blueberry Pies for dessert on the BBQ. Blueberry pie is also a favorite of someone I know too. I ask you though, why make something full sized when you can miniaturize it and make something not only delicious but adorable too? There’s no good reason not to! Hold on to your tongs everyone, because this dessert is going to blow your taste buds away!

Posted in: Desserts
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Guinness Mac & Cheese

Guinness Mac & Cheese

Beer made it better!

Posted on March 14, 2017
I’m not a huge fan Guinness. It’s a little too thick and bold for me to enjoy as a beverage, however, adding it to recipes like my Guinness Cheesecake, Guinness BBQ Sauce, and other recipes adds a richness that is quite delightful. Adding Guinness to macaroni and cheese added this new depth of flavor that makes this Guinness Mac & Cheese the best macaroni and cheese ever. (Yes I know I say this with every new Mac & Cheese recipe, but I mean it this time!)
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Dublin Coddle

Dublin Coddle

Bangers, potatoes, bacon, and onion make a marvelous meal

Posted on March 14, 2017
Not quite a stew, not quite a soup, but filled with delicious sausage, bacon, and potatoes; Dublin Coddle is savory and delightful. Serve this with a fresh loaf of Irish Soda Bread to soak up the scrumptious juices and you have a perfect Irish-inspired meal, ideal for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Did I mention that this recipe is super easy too? 
Posted in: Pork
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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

With whole wheat and honey

Posted on March 14, 2017
Irish Soda Bread is a recipe that is so much easier than expected. I even did it wrong and this recipe STILL came out beautifully enough for me to bake another batch (or two). Hot from the grill, off your Napoleon Pizza Stone, there is nothing better. Serve your fresh Irish Soda Bread with butter, homemade jam, or use it to soak up the juices from delicious Dublin Coddle or Irish Beef Stew; definitely, the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. 

I know you’re wondering how I could have messed this recipe up. Well, I grabbed greek yogurt when shopping for this recipe. Yogurt is yogurt, right? Nope! Greek yogurt has a thick texture, while regular yogurt is a lot more liquid. So, while mixing the wet and dry ingredients, I wound up with some sort of shaggy, flour covered, yogurt ball type mixture. I had to mix the dough together with my hands! I was worried. They said not to knead this dough more than 20 times. Well, I gently mixed with my hands until I had a sticky ball of dough, then kneaded on a floured surface about 10 times until the dough came together fully. When I removed my beautiful, steaming-hot bread from the pizza stone, let it cool enough to slice, and bit into that first slice was heavenly, and the recipe is surprisingly forgiving. 

Posted in: Miscellaneous
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