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Different meats to Grill

Different meats to Grill


I have a small window in my kitchen that looks out onto our backyard and deck. It also serves as my window to grilling season. I love the little opening because it reveals just enough of the outdoors for me to know exactly what the weather is at the moment. I have no need for a thermometer; instead…
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Backyard Grilling Ideas

Backyard Grilling Ideas


Its labor day here in the U.S. so what better time than to use the extra couple of yards of dirt, and a couple of hundred bricks and pavers we have laying to put in steps from the treehouse to the sauna. what better way is there to spend 6 hours on labor day than hauling dirt, bricks and pavers? ive been planning on putting steps down the hill ever since we built the sauna…


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What to serve at a BBQ?

What to serve at a BBQ?


Now that you have read about a few of the hot burger spots around the state, we’ve got another meaty option you’ll love to sink your teeth into: Smoked Virginia Barbecue. These thirteen BBQ restaurants are known for being purists about this culinary pursuit. They use locally sourced meats, prepare their own homemade sauces, and spend countless hours smoking whole shoulders…


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How to Grill Cookbook?

How to Grill Cookbook?


Get the recipe and subscribe to our mailing list at: Dry or soft dates are eaten out-of-hand, or may be pitted and stuffed with fillings such as almonds, walnuts, candied orange and lemon peel, tahini, marzipan or cream cheese. Pitted dates are also referred to as stoned dates. Partially dried pitted dates may be glazed with glucose syrup for use as a snack food. Dates can…


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Easy Grilling Ideas for Dinner

Easy Grilling Ideas for Dinner


In the kitchen, one can be the loneliest number. The fear of leftover fatigue or doing the math to modify recipes for a single serving (why do so many recipes make so much at once?) can drive anyone to order out or eat a sad bowl of cereal rather than cooking. After all, spending time making a dish that requires pans and utensils isn’t worth it when you’re dining alone, right?…


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Best BBQ food to Grill

Best BBQ food to Grill


Pull the outer husks down the ear to the base. Strip away the silk from each ear of corn by hand. Fold husks back into place, and place the ears of corn in a large bowl of cold water with 1 tablespoon of salt for 10 minutes. Remove corn from water and shake off excess. Place the corn on the grill, close the cover and grill for 15 to 20 minutes, turning every 5 minutes, or until…


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BBQ side Dishes recipes

BBQ side Dishes recipes


These are a few of my favorite items from the Worthington section of the store at The Choplets are delicious breaded and pan fried to substitute a dead pig or a dead cow main dish served along side your favorite side dishes like a yummy baked potato and some veggies. They can also be sliced and pan fried and cooked just like you would cook dead cow strips for your favorite…


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What should I BBQ Tonight?

What should I BBQ Tonight?


One of the greatest steaks I have ever grilled is a Cowboy Cut ribeye. I can thank my friends at Lobel’s for introducing me to this These babies are full of flavor, but can be very challenging when put on a grill. Over the years of grilling these monsters I have found some simple tips that guarantee BBQ heaven. 1. Take the steaks out of the freezer in the morning and place…


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Best Barbeque Ever

Best Barbeque Ever


It takes chicken to a whole other level,Alex Guarnaschelli says of the pulled chicken sandwich at Philadelphia s Sweet Lucy s Smokehouse. This brined, hot-smoked meat is tossed in a duo of vinegar and barbecue sauces for over-the-top flavor and moisture, and it s served with an array of garnishes for added texture. Franklin Barbecue Marc Murphy jokes that the 14-hour-smoked…


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How to Grill BBQ?

How to Grill BBQ?


Steps Part 1 Essential Tips for All Barbecuers Keep your grill clean and maintained. Get used to cleaning your grill lightly before each cook, and then heavily about once or twice a year. Grease and oils can build up on the tops and bottoms of the grate, becoming rancid in warmer weather and imparting off flavors to your food. Use a putty knife and wire-bristle brush to clean…


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Weber BBQ sauce

Weber BBQ sauce


I am always looking for a way to work my grills into dinner. If there is even just one part of a recipe that can be adapted for the backyard, I’ll make it work. So, when Samuel Adams and Chef David Burke teamed up this summer for some unique takes on “pigs in a blanket, ” I knew my Webers had their work cut out. These babies were going on the grill. Looking for a unique and…


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Grilling Party

Grilling Party


Barbecues are pretty standard for summer get-togethers. Usually, you’re grilling up traditional dishes , serving them on paper plates, and enjoying the summer sun. Granted, there is nothing wrong with that — in fact, a break from the pomp and circumstance of themed parties can sometimes be welcome. But after your fourth or fifth barbecue of the season, the whole thing can get…


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Summer Barbecue Desserts

Summer Barbecue Desserts


Planning dessert for a cookout poses challenges—you probably won t have access to an oven, so fresh-baked pastries or hot sauces aren t a great option. Fortunately, there are plenty of great desserts that are served cold or at room temperature. We ve collected pies, ice creams, puddings, and more that will make you want to save room for dessert at your next barbecue. If the…


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BBQ Cookout Menu

BBQ Cookout Menu


Casual Catering Menus | | | | Salerno s Catering provides off-premise catering for golf outings, weddings, holiday parties, picnics, reunions and catered events at your place or ours throughout Maryland, including Carroll County, Howard County, Frederick County, Baltimore County, Harford County, Washington County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, Prince Georges County…


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Coleslaw For BBQ

Coleslaw For BBQ


By Meathead Goldwyn IMHO cole slaw is the world s best salad. Period. Crunchy, juicy, refreshing with bright sweet/sour/salty/savory flavors, it kicks the butt of any wimpy limpy lettuce salad. But more important, slaw is the perfect accompaniment for barbecue. Koolsalade Some think that the name cole slaw comes from caulis , the Latin word for cabbage. Cauliflower is a member…


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