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BBQ Sundaes

BBQ Sundaes

Layers of Savory Goodness

Posted on November 09, 2016
It’s National Sundae Day soon. Don’t relegate yourself to consuming copious amounts of ice cream layered with delicious tidbits like strawberries, chocolate fudge, and whipped cream. (Not that this is a bad thing) Why not try something layered with more savory treats? BBQ Sundaes are made with the expectation that you have prepared each of the ingredients prior to beginning this fun way of serving your favorite barbecued delicacies. If not, you better get grilling. I’ve made some recipe suggestions for you, picking out my favorites for these delicious BBQ Sundae layers. 
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Smokey Joes

Smokey Joes

Smoked Sloppy Joes

Posted on July 12, 2016
After making Grilled Chili Cheese Dogs, I was to making other messy foods on the grill, like Sloppy Joes. Of course, I needed to put a proper barbecue spin on this recipe and decided that they needed to be more than sloppy; they needed to be Smokey Joes – Smoked Sloppy Joes. I smoked a big chuck roast until a fork could shred the meat, then added a homemade sauce and served it all on a big bun with a spicy Kale and Horseradish Slaw to top it all off. …So messy and delicious… 
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Fried Catfish Tacos

Fried Catfish Tacos

With Spicy Sour Cream And Avocado Coleslaw

Posted on January 20, 2016
There's a bit of a story with these Fried Catfish Tacos With Spicy Sour Cream And Avocado Coleslaw. When I was a lot younger, back in my picky eater days, I was watching a show whose main characters were focused on a Mexican family and fish tacos. They were obsessed with fish tacos. I couldn't dream of ever contaminating my tortillas with fish! Fast forward many years, and I have to try making these tacos. What happened? I still remember the revulsion of my younger self. However, I am now older an adult and have more adventurous tastes. Right? Honestly, these were delicious. The fish was crispy on the outside, well seasoned inside. The coleslaw with cheese on top, ohhh and the cream sauce bringing it all together... It was fishy heaven wrapped in a tortilla. Or something. Eat it yourself. You will understand. 
Posted in: Seafood
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