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Cast Iron Halibut

Cast Iron Halibut

With Lemon And Garlic

Posted on February 03, 2015
You know, for the longest time I thought that Halibut was only for deep frying, but this Cast Iron Halibut With Lemon And Garlic is tender, flaky, and just the right amount of fishy for me. You know, when it doesn't make your house smell like a day on the wharf, but instead, imbues everything with the most delightful herby-garlic scent that makes everything all better. Well until you inevitably need a whole flippin' chocolate cake. Oh? It's only myself and the Baron (My Husband) who require chocolate after garlic? 
Posted in: Seafood
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Greek Marinated Chicken

Greek Marinated Chicken

In A Fresh Homemade Pita

Posted on January 20, 2015
Making homemade pitas is awesome, they're tasty and go great with Greek Marinated Chicken. I loaded mine up with some homemade tatziki sauce, salsa and loads of grilled veggies like peppers and onions. This was one happy, and fresh meal!
Posted in: Poultry
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Fully Loaded Baked Scalloped Potatoes

Fully Loaded Baked Scalloped Potatoes

Baked potatoes in scalloped form

Posted on January 13, 2015
These Fully Loaded Baked Scalloped Potatoes are a mouthful to say, but they're worth it. I mean, Scalloped Potatoes are already a near perfect dish with the cheese and sauce and potatoes all baked into some sort of heavenly feast. Then you go and add your favorite fixings for Baked Potatoes, bacon, chives, garlic, and sour cream. Stick that in your grill and bake it! I mean it! You have to try these potatoes!
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Steak On Hot Coals

Steak On Hot Coals

The Ultimate Direct Grilling

Posted on August 01, 2014

I was discussing a notion with someone about grilling the best steak. They (actually our blog author) had heard about someone grilling directly IN the charcoal. Now, we've had a few steaks in the recipe section of this website. But I have never done anything so... well I don't actually have the words for it. So I set about doing research and decided to do a recipe alongside our author for how do grill steaks directly in the coals. They (professionals) call it Clinching, it's down and dirty, super caveman style, out of the box grilling. Read the blog article about Clinching here

This is an experience that I will be repeating. I took a meh cut of meat and turned it into a masterpiece. I will definitely be doing my steaks this way when I can. Aside from actually lighting the charcoal, it took less time to grill than the perfect steak! That's right. Steak perfection faster than grilling a perfect steak on gas. Sounds too good to be true right? Well keep reading. 

Posted in: Beef
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Chicken Shawarma On The Rotisserie

Chicken Shawarma On The Rotisserie

With Semi-Traditional Pitas

Posted on June 24, 2014

Here's my first recipe on the new site. I am super excited about posting the recipe for Chicken Shawarma On The Rotisserie. 

I have wanted to do Shawarma for a very long time. I finally had the opportunity and immediately did some research. Naturally I did not have the use of the traditional vertical grill that the street vendors use, but I did have a rotisserie. Loading up that spit rod with loads of marinated meat was just super fun, and messy. After rotissing the chicken (our protein of choice) and grilling up fresh pita to go with it, the meal turned into something purely amazing. 

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Ghost Pepper Chili

Ghost Pepper Chili

So good it's spooky!

Posted on November 19, 2013

I asked my readers out there what I should do with the Ghost Peppers that I managed to finally get my hands on. Ghost Pepper Chili was the most suggested recipe and I am happy to oblige. Fresh vegetables and grilled beef make up the bones of this dish, but watch out, it bites back! I really suggest that you serve your Ghost Pepper Chili with a dollop of sour cream, some cheese or a tall and cold glass of milk. Alright, it's not that hot. Most hot-heads will be calling me a wimp, but I like to taste the food I eat. This chili will make your cheeks glow, and if you're sensitive, your nose run. But that's about it. But DANG it tastes good.

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Pulled Pork Carnitas

Pulled Pork Carnitas

With Garlic-Dill Sour Cream

Posted on August 19, 2013
What a super tasty take on a Mexican classic. I love my meat, and after making that Pulled Pork for the first time, I think that it's one of my favourites. That and the Maple Bacon Ribs. But I would love some other ideas on what to do with it! What do you do with the Pulled Pork that you make?
Posted in: Pork
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