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Old-Fashioned, Really Grilled,

Old-Fashioned, Really Grilled,

Ham and Cheese

Posted on April 11, 2011
A staple of any kid’s diet, a comfort food for many, grilled cheese is a classic dish that can be jazzed up or dressed casually, depending on your mood. Old-Fashioned, Really Grilled, Ham and Cheese is a slightly dressy, but still classic way to eat a sandwich.
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THE Burger Seasoning

THE Burger Seasoning

Posted on April 11, 2011

Ted Reader’s THE Burger Seasoning is a handy all around rub, but really it is the only burger seasoning you will need when making home made burgers.


Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Alabama White

Alabama White

Barbecue Sauce

Posted on April 08, 2011
Alabama White Barbecue Sauce is a completely regional thing. If you leave Northern Alabama it is virtually unknown. Every family there has a “secret recipe” and each sauce is more different than the last, much like many tomato based sauces in other parts of the world.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Memphis Rib Rub

Memphis Rib Rub

Posted on April 08, 2011
Memphis and Kansas City are two well-known styles of BBQ. We could tell you lots of differences and similarities, but to keep it simple, in Memphis the rubs have medium to high heat and you’ll see a lot of dry mustard. Memphis supporters also use prepared mustard, a lot of vinegar, and some ketchup in their sauces. In KC the rubs are sweeter, often with a lot of brown sugar and prepared yellow mustard added. KC sauces tend to be tomato-paste-based.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Grilled Hot German Potato Salad

Grilled Hot German Potato Salad

Posted on April 07, 2011
Potato salad is something I absolutely love to eat. Being Irish isn’t even a factor in that choice. Potato salad is creamy and tangy and delicious. This grilled take on the classic is definitely tangy with the mustard seeds and wine vinegar, but the creaminess comes from the potatoes and after grilling the potatoes and there is an added smokiness to the whole set up. So Good.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Jerk Seasoning and Rub

Jerk Seasoning and Rub

Posted on April 07, 2011

Jerk Seasoning and Rub a traditional Jamaican flavor that is hot on the tongue, contains a full pantry’s worth of different spices.


Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Whole Rotisserie Chicken

Whole Rotisserie Chicken

Posted on April 07, 2011
With this Whole Rotisserie Chicken, there is nothing like sitting down to a family dinner with all the fixings. There is just something about a roasted chicken that makes you feel closer. This may not be the traditional shove-it-in-the-oven and hover for twelve hours, but the end result is the same. A tender chicken and a great meal.
Posted in: Poultry
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Baked Sweet Potatoes

Baked Sweet Potatoes

with Maple Butter

Posted on April 04, 2011
Very high in fiber and complex carbs, the sweet potato is an often overlooked addition to a healthy diet. Great prepared like any potato dish, the sweet potato is versatile and fun. Baked Sweet Potatoes with Maple Butter is a simple recipe is sure to become as much a staple in your house as it is in mine.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Grilled Tuna Steak Niçoise

Grilled Tuna Steak Niçoise

Posted on April 04, 2011
A delicate fish that eats like a steak. Who would have thought? I was never brought up on seafood, but as I grew older I wanted to experiment, with the real thing. Greetings tuna! Grilled Tuna Steak Niçoise requires a bit of prep, but when all is said and done, it is so worth it.
Posted in: Seafood
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Bacon Explosion

Bacon Explosion

Ka-Boom

Posted on April 01, 2011
Who doesn’t love bacon? The smell as it cooks in the morning, waking you up like no cup of coffee could. Below is instruction on how to achieve bacon nirvana through the Bacon Explosion. Optimum bacon saturation for the bacon lover. Did I mention BACON?!

 

 

Posted in: Pork
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