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Grilled Fingerling Potatoes

Grilled Fingerling Potatoes

and French Shallots

Posted on July 15, 2011
One of my most favorite things, being Irish and all, is potatoes. I love them crispy on the outside, soft and warm on the inside.
Posted in: Appetizers
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Grilled Chicken

Grilled Chicken

with Fire Roasted Garlic BBQ Sauce

Posted on July 14, 2011

I’m trying something slightly different today. I want to be more visual with the recipes that I post. So, not only do I take images of the final plated product, I am going to try to take photos of the process as well.

Today we are going to make simple grilled chicken.

Posted in: Poultry
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Bay Seasoning

Bay Seasoning

Tribute to an old classic

Posted on July 14, 2011

An homage to the classic Old Bay Seasoning (chef Duff Goldman’s favorite, he even baked a cake for it )


Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Cheesy Macaroni Salad

Cheesy Macaroni Salad

with 5 Cheeses

Posted on July 12, 2011
Okay, so you’re going on a picnic and have been charged with the duty of bringing a side dish of some sort. You have also been told that if you bring another one of those jellos with the fruit and marshmallows in it, you will be banned from all picnics forever. SO what to do?
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Fire-Roasted Hickory-Planked

Fire-Roasted Hickory-Planked

BBQ Sauce

Posted on July 11, 2011
This sauce adds a natural smokiness to your grilled foods, it is great for when time does not permit planking
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Planked London Broil

Planked London Broil

with Bubble and Squeak

Posted on July 11, 2011

Good Monday everyone. Today I would like to tell you about the London Broil.

I guess it all started on Friday evening when I was thinking about dinner for the weekend. On Saturday my mother, grandmother and I were going to see the production of Billy Elliot, and I thought that a UK themed dinner would be a grand idea. So off I went in search of something interesting to cook after seeing the spectacular play. The London Broil popped up in my searches, so I dug a little further. It would appear that this dish is not from across the pond at all, but a North American invention of marinated Flank Steak, grilled and sliced thin across the grain.

Canadians have this thing where they like to make stuff their own. The London Broil is no different. We have taken the flank steak and butterflied it, then wrapped it around ground meat. The filler meat depends on the area, Toronto uses ground Flank Steak mixed with herbs and spices etc., St. Catherines prefers to use a pork sausage (sans casing), you can even find your London Broil stuffed with veal in some areas.

For more information on the London Broil, visit the Wiki page.

Posted in: Beef
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Grilled Lemon Pound Cake

Grilled Lemon Pound Cake

with Stewed Summer Berry Pot

Posted on July 08, 2011
What a great end to any meal on a summer’s day. These berries can also make a mean smoothie, or top your pancakes, waffles and french toast. Wha...
Posted in: Desserts
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Sweet Potatoes vs. Yams

Sweet Potatoes vs. Yams

and Sweet Potato Packets with Fennel and Feta

Posted on July 08, 2011

A common misconception is that sweet potatoes and yams are the same thing. It is very amusing when it causes a polite disagreement at the supper table which then degrades to a slightly louder and less polite dissent, followed by an all out food fight. (I do recommend that at these times, just sit back in your chair and watch, never ever get involved, always record the evidence)

So talking to a friend about food, naturally, her mother says “pass the yams” to a sibling. The sibling, a teacher, politely dissents that the bowl of mashed orange stuff on the table are in fact sweet potato. The conversation rapidly degrades into name calling and eventually flung “yam”.

So. What IS the difference, and why is everyone so very confused?

Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Seafood Plank Seasoning

Seafood Plank Seasoning

Posted on July 06, 2011
This seasoning spice blend is all you need when plank grilling, whether it be salmon, cheese, steak, tuna, breakfast, dessert, or a burger. It features a blend of sugar and spice that really makes everything nice.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Stuffed Sweet Onions

Stuffed Sweet Onions

on a Plank

Posted on July 06, 2011
I’m on a stuffed-vegetables kick. Stuffed peppers, jalapeños, and now onions. This recipe has onions filled with bacon, 3 different cheeses, and plank grilled to perfection. These onions can be great with or without steak or other meats. It’s all up to your imagination.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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