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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 the grill. 

Posted in: Seafood
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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 Originally made for an office lunch and learn in 2011, I have been making these steak quesadillas for a while.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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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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Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Noodle Soup

On The Grill

Posted on February 08, 2017
I’m definitely on a soup kick; but can you blame me? It’s cold and flu season, and I have cooked plethora of roasted poultry. This Chicken Noodle Soup On The Grill is super easy. Overnight stock means that you can bring the soup together for a meal in about 45 minutes. What’s better than homemade chicken noodle soup on a chilly day or when you’re feeling under the weather? I can hear you all right now, “But Andrea, you can’t make soup on a grill,”. Well, you can, sort of. Watch me.
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Japanese Hotcakes

Japanese Hotcakes

Gigantic Puffy Pancakes

Posted on January 24, 2017
Oh my goodness. (And I mean GOOD-ness!) My Instagram feed has been filled with these images of pancakes that were inches thick, stacked high and topped beautifully with fruit. Inspired by these beautiful images, I just had to try making Japanese Hotcakes myself! They’re sweeter than your typical, flat pancakes, they also look way cooler. The toughest part of making these is keeping the heat just right to allow them to cook all the way through. However, when you’re done and have a stack of these adorable hotcakes a mile high on your plate, you will be in hotcake-heaven. 
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Sous Vide Chicken

Sous Vide Chicken

Finished on the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter

Posted on January 17, 2017
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As Napoleon’s in-house Grilling-Gal, I have the immense pleasure of testing out new accessories like the Himalayan Salt Platter Set. This Sous Vide Chicken Finished on the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter was just exquisite. Himalayan Salt is high in minerals and imparts a lightly salty flavor to whatever you cook on it. You won’t need to add salt.
Posted in: Poultry
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Turkey Pot Pie

Turkey Pot Pie

Leftover Magic

Posted on January 04, 2017
his Turkey Pot Pie was a result of a semi-permanent state food overdose and my need for easy comfort food. After the incredible success of my Sous Vide Thanksgiving Turkey, I was asked to prepare another bird for the family over the holidays. This time, there weren’t nearly as many leftovers as the first time (We had nearly 10 lbs of a 12 lb. turkey left at Thanksgiving). There were still leftovers enough for this delicious meal.

I should start at the beginning. We had a near disaster while cooking the turkey with the Joule Sous Vide. Two of the bags sprung a leak, there was turkey juice in the cooking water, being sucked up and circulated by the Joule. It was a mess. My poor Joule! Everything cleaned up easily though, and the water that got into the bags (not the cooking water) made copious amounts of gravy, at least three times what I normally get! That gravy got put into this pot pie recipe, making it at least twenty percent more delicious!
Posted in: Poultry
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Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

with Candied Bacon and Caramel

Posted on November 09, 2016

To make smoked ice cream, you need to start with smoked cream. It’s surprisingly simple, and has a subtle flavor that complements salty and savory tastes. Smoked Vanilla Bean Ice Cream with Candied Bacon and Caramel is a mouthful in more ways than one. It’s the perfect treat to turn into an ice cream sundae on National Sundae Day. This easy, no churn, ice cream recipe may just make it to the top of your favorite dessert list.

Posted in: Desserts
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Chocolate & Espresso Tart

Chocolate & Espresso Tart

Decadent, rich, and the perfect balance of bitter and sweet.

Posted on November 02, 2016
I made this Chocolate & Espresso Tart as part of a menu for some VIP’s. It seemed like the perfect finish to an already rich meal, consisting of an autumn salad and Duck Pizza. I had a little difficulty with the texture of the chocolate. So, remember when you make your own, to be careful when melting the chocolate, not to heat it too hot, too fast. Strange things happen to chocolate when it’s heated too fast. My chocolate went sort of sticky and doughy, but it can sometimes go grainy, or clumpy too. The secret to a silky and beautiful tart is patience when you melt the chocolate.
Posted in: Desserts
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Roasted Acorn Squash

Roasted Acorn Squash

with Chili and Masala

Posted on October 05, 2016
Roasted Acorn Squash with Chili and Masala is an easy and beautiful side dish that’s perfect for an autumn dinner or for celebrating Thanksgiving. There is just something about roasted vegetables that adds a little extra something to your meal, and the smokiness from the grill gives this Indian spiced squash dish a whole new dimension of flavor.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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