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Cheesy Grill Baked Scalloped Potatoes

Cheesy Grill Baked Scalloped Potatoes

with Goats Cheese and Parmesan

Posted on October 03, 2017

You can’t have a ham dinner without scalloped potatoes. Or at least that was the case during my childhood. They always came from a box and had the same bright orange color as Kraft Dinner. These Cheesy Grill Baked Scalloped Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Parmesan, however, are totally different. More flavorful than ever imagined, and perfectly paired with sweet Glazed Ham and a green vegetable of some sort. Serve this on a holiday, or just for the heck of it. This recipe is a lot easier than you think.

Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Grilled Scallops

Grilled Scallops

With Couscous and Balsamic Butter

Posted on September 25, 2017

Perfect for treating some close family or friends to a delicious amuse bouche or a special occasion meal for two, Grilled Scallops with Couscous and Balsamic Butter, is a quick and easy way to put on the ritz. Buttery balsamic tingles the tongue while savory, citrus-scented scallops melt in the mouth. Easily adjust the amount of heat with the red pepper flakes, just add more or less depending on your preference. If possible, get fresh scallops, the day you are making this recipe.

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BBQ Swineapple Recipe

BBQ Swineapple Recipe

How to make a Swineapple

Posted on September 18, 2017

I have been meaning to make this BBQ Swineapple Recipe for some time. I just love the play on words that is the name. I mean, who doesn’t love saying Swineapple? Sweet, acidic, and porky. This BBQ Recipe has it all in spades. Served with some fried rice, you have a meal that was as filling as it is tasty. 


Now I ended up doing this recipe twice. I had the brilliant idea that you could use the rotisserie to cook this, getting a beautiful and crispy bacon crust on every side! It didn’t go so well. Due to the acid content from the pineapple, the bacon disintegrated, even though I used a thicker cut. Remember that your bacon will break down faster if you use regular bacon. In the end, I ended up roasting the BBQ Swineapple on a rack over a drip pan. It was still delicious, however, the bottom wasn’t glazed and crispy, as I had hoped.

Posted in: Pork
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Smoked Beef Brisket

Smoked Beef Brisket

Tender, smokey, delicious.

Posted on September 14, 2017

We shared this recipe for Smoked Beef Brisket in January of 2013, however, I thought that it would be a great recipe to revisit, especially with so many holidays on the horizon. Smoked Beef Brisket is an excellent way to feed a crowd. Sweet honey and red wine enhance the smoke and seasoning, and after ten hours (or more) in the smoker, it will be well worth the wait. Serve this recipe with your favorite sides for a great holiday dinner.

Posted in: Beef
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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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Lamb & Beef BBQ Gyros

Lamb & Beef BBQ Gyros

a little taste of Greece

Posted on August 29, 2017

Lamb & Beef BBQ Gyros is a recipe that I have been itching to try for a while. I’ve seen the gigantic spinning cones of meat at Greek food stands, tasted the succulent meat sliced from the still spinning spit, served with feta and fresh tzatziki on a pillowy steamed pita. I wanted desperately to recreate this on my grill. Flavor wise, this recipe is a huge success. Unfortunately, the meat did not want to stay on the spit, and I wound up roasting it instead. Don’t let that deter you. When you taste that first morsel, you’ll be very pleased. 

*PRO TIP – save the drippings from your gyro meat for making gravy later. It’s full bodied and will give gravy a depth of flavor that bacon or butter won’t provide. 

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Grill Baked Corn Muffins

Grill Baked Corn Muffins

With Yogurt and Honey

Posted on August 29, 2017
You can’t have a great barbecue without Grill Baked Corn Muffins to go along with it. I’ve been leery of making cornbread/corn muffins since I have about a 50% success rate when it comes to victoriously baking this beautiful barbecued side dish. They’re either perfection incarnate – like these ones – or resemble a dried out kitchen sponge. This recipe is easy, quick, and yields results that are undeniably delicious. Try this no-fail recipe today for your next cookout. You won’t be disappointed.
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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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Steak Quesadillas

Steak Quesadillas

with Fresh Guacamole

Posted on August 17, 2017

I thought this recipe could use an update. Originally made for an office lunch and learn in 2011, I have been making these steak quesadillas for a while. They're delicious and quick and I have been making them as a quick snack for dinner (in smaller portions) for ages now. Once you know how to grill a steak to perfection using your SIZZLE ZONE™ side burner, it's a piece of cake. Use the Napoleon BBQ Pizza Spatula to make moving those large tortillas around the grill super easy too! 

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Grilled Banana Boat Sundaes

Grilled Banana Boat Sundaes

Bananas & BBQ Can’t Be Beat!

Posted on August 10, 2017
These Grilled Banana Boat Sundaes have got to be the easiest barbecue dessert recipe to make, ever! The hardest part is gently slicing and rolling the skin to make the boat part. The rest is a piece of edible artwork that you throw on the grill and eat warm, smothered in ice cream. If you’re like me, you've probably made your own homemade ice cream too! Try this BBQ dessert recipe and your kids will be hooked. Because you can customize them, they’re allergy friendly too!

   

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