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Margarita Ice Cream

Margarita Ice Cream

Adults Only Dessert

Posted on May 02, 2017

Try something fun and fresh to share with your friends and family for dessert. This Margarita Ice Cream is fantastic, not too sweet, and even gluten-free! This recipe tastes just like a Margarita! The lime flavor isn’t as crazy-sour as you think it would be, and the tequila doesn’t overpower. This recipe is easy to make and doesn’t require churning. Serve it off of the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter Set for a really authentic Margarita taste. It adds that counterpoint to the sweetness and creates the perfect Margarita flavor. Ad a little extra love to the limes by grilling them over direct heat on the Rogue® Gas Grill. For even more oomph, smoke the cream using indirect heat. 

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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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Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

On Napoleon’s Pizza Stone

Posted on April 26, 2016
Making Mexican style takeout food to celebrate Cinco De Mayo is fun and flavorful. Utilizing spices in unique ways makes for some interesting meals. Instead of making Enchiladas, I wanted something that would be a little more interesting when cut into. This Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada turned out to be crunchy, tangy, and spicy. Seeing the layers and tasting the flavors when we ate it was about as fun as making it. Think of this Layered Enchilada recipe like a savory Mexican birthday cake. How many layers high can you go? 
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