Grilling With Jack: A Jack Daniels Honey Giveaway

Jack Daniels Honey Giveaway

I'm on the hunt for new Jack Daniels recipes for the grill or as a cocktail, or as a grilled cocktail. Perhaps I should pair it with hibiscus nectar (flower above). Show me what you got and this bottle could be yours!

Jack Daniels has come out with a new product, their first launch in 14 years! It's Called Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey, which is their Old No. 7 Whiskey infused with honey flavored liqueur. I've got a bottle for me and a bottle for you (thanks to the kind folks at fake rolex watches

belt.com/premier/Pages/Welcome.aspx”>Premier Beverage)- but I need your help. We all know that grilling is better with either a cocktail in hand, a whiskey infused recipe, a grilled cocktail, or a mixture of all of these. I'm giving a bottle of Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey to the person who shares a fun recipe using Jack Daniels. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment with your favorite way to use Jack and like my facebook page. I'll announce the winner this upcoming Wednesday, the 27th, and this bottle will be yours. I'll also share your recipe and give it a try! I look forward to hearing ya'lls recipes because I'm always looking for new things to try! Happy drinking and grilling!

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17 Responses to Grilling With Jack: A Jack Daniels Honey Giveaway

  1. Curt July 22, 2011 at 8:05 am #

    I must admit, I use Jack Daniels as a great accompaniment to a backyard bbq mixed with Coke, and held in the hand! Never tried any whiskey yet in a marinade or baste.

    I am looking forward to reading some of the recipes entered here, and will probably not wait to win the free bottle. I’ll just go and get a bottle of that right away. Sounds very tasty!

    Great way to get traffic. You got me hooked and I’ll bookmark your site.

  2. Brad Barrett July 22, 2011 at 9:48 am #

    I am a Scotch man myself but I love Jack Daniels Smoking pellets from BBQR’s Delights! Heavenly smoke, un-mistakeable flavor booster. I have enjoyed JACK at the morning session held by Rev Randy before the judging begins- does that count?

  3. Becky July 22, 2011 at 10:14 am #

    Hi,
    I love to Marinate Baby Back Ribs in JD and Apple juice overnight and then grill. I’d love to have that bottle to use on the ribs all by themselves and then figure out a cocktail or two hmmmmmm

  4. Aaron July 22, 2011 at 10:14 am #

    Jack Daniels is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to “help” get the grill going. If it’s cold out – a medicinal shot will get you through the cook. If it’s hot out, then mixing it up with some cola will hit the spot. If it’s perfect weather out, then mixed with some 7-up and a splash of Malibu Rum helps make a great day perfect. But using Jack as an ingredient? Best way I’ve used it is Smoked Jack Daniels Twinkies.

    That’s right – Smoked Jack Daniels Twinkies – wrapped in bacon!

    Wrap a full piece of Farmer John Thick Cut Maple Bacon around a Twinkie, Inject about 1oz of Jack Daniels into the center while slowly pulling the needle out – so you get even distribution of the Jack, and then smoke on an indirect fire at 250 – 300 F until the bacon is done. The Jack soaks into the cake adding the perfect balance of flavor to the filling and maple bacon, while the bacon gets crisp, so does the exterior of the twinkie.

    To keep the kids quiet, just throw a few twinkies on – no bacon – and they’ll be done in about 10 minutes and while they’re busy eating theirs, the adult version will be finishing up and ready to enjoy!

  5. Robyn July 22, 2011 at 10:58 am #

    OMG, Holy Cow! jack Daniels, twinkies and bacon! Now that is something I’m gonna have to give a try!!!

  6. Tom Parks July 22, 2011 at 11:05 am #

    Here is my recipe for summertime grilling with Jack.

    Assuming we’re starting in the afternoon, start with a finger of Jack Daniel’s Honey in the bottom of a tall glass. Fill the glass with ice and top it up with lemonade for a summery treat. You have to stay hydrated, right? A little Lynchburg Lemonade will help.

    One of my personal summer favorites is a planked salmon, with some sweet & spicy flavors.

    Start with a full filet of salmon. Place it in an appropriately sized zipper storage bag with a 1/4 cup of Jack (griller’s choice), a half dozen shots of hot sauce, a couple good dashes of soy sauce and a half cup of lemonade. Let it marinate for at least half an hour.

    Get your fire ready for the planked salmon. Ideally, indirect heat at about 350°F will keep your plank from igniting. If you’re better at remembering stuff than I am, you might remember to soak your plank first, which will also help keep it from igniting. Keep a squirt gun handy, just in case.

    Find yourself a board big enough to sit the whole fish on. Cedar is popular, but alder and maple are also very nice. Do not use pine.

    After marinating for a bit, set the filet on the plank, skin side down. Pat the fish dry with paper towels and rub the fish down with melted butter or light olive oil. Season with paprika, brown sugar, fresh cracked pepper a little bit of salt, or use your favorite Cajun seasoning with the brown sugar.

    Once the fire is ready, set the planked salmon on the grill and cook, covered, for about half an hour. Depending on the size, you may need to cook longer, so check for doneness by using a fork to try to “flake” the fish at the thickest part.

    If you would like a smokier flavor, add some chips or chunks of wood & use a lower temperature for longer. We don’t have time to discuss everything you need to know about salmon and smoke, but rest assured, smoke will do a salmon right.

    Once your fish is done (completely opaque), don’t goof around and leave it on there. Get it off the grill so it doesn’t dry out.

    A little fruit salsa makes for a nice garnish on top of the fish. Put a couple of trivets down and serve the salmon directly from the plank. The amazing aroma will fill the room.

    Enjoy your planked salmon with Jack!

  7. Tom Parks July 22, 2011 at 3:53 pm #

    OK, one more.

    Take a bottle of your favorite off-the-shelf BBQ sauce (mine’s Sweet Baby Ray’s) and add a 1/4 cup of Jack, 2 TBSP of low-sodium soy sauce, 5 dashes of hot sauce (I prefer Cholula), a good shake or two of red pepper flakes and the juice of 3 oranges (prepared OJ doesn’t cut it).

    You can simmer the sauce to cook out the alcohol, but I can’t think of a good reason to. This make a really nice, thin glaze for just about anything. I call it “the sauce that doesn’t need to go on anything”.

  8. The Jacked Up Grill July 22, 2011 at 9:01 pm #

    I am starting the work tonight for a meal on sunday that will be the ULTIMATE JACK DANIELS Dinner. That bottle will be mine……..

  9. Marilyn aka HotSauceChick July 22, 2011 at 10:29 pm #

    Take 1/2 cup of Jack Daniels, combined with 1/4 cup honey and 1 cup of Cattlemen’s BBQ sauce. Heat gently to combine, and brush on ribs, chicken, or burgers for an amazingly flavorful finish to all your foods. And a couple of ice-filled glasses of Jack and Coke help the cook enjoy her just rewards!

  10. Robyn July 23, 2011 at 8:56 am #

    I look forward to seeing your recipe!!

  11. Robyn July 23, 2011 at 8:57 am #

    Marilyn, I’ll definitely be giving that a try! And of course the jack and coke too lol. :)

  12. Jiffy July 23, 2011 at 6:01 pm #

    I load up my homemade tangy BBQ sauce with Jack & honey. I could combine ingredients with this. Will be trying it for sure.

  13. Cheryl W. July 23, 2011 at 9:59 pm #

    Grilled Ribeye with a whiskey cream sauce.

    Grill Ribeye to perfection. Mean while in a sauce pan of direct heat on the grill saute half an onion in a Tsp of butter. When onions are translucent, pour in 1/4 cup of Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey and let cook for 2 minutes. Next pour in a 1/4 cup of beef stock and add a pat of butter. Cook another 3 minutes. (Better check on that steak) Now, pour 1/4 cup of heavy cream into the sauce and move pan to indirect heat. This sauce is so amazing you will want to just drink it.

  14. Robyn July 24, 2011 at 8:36 am #

    Cheryl,

    I never would have thought about a cream sauce with whiskey! Brilliant! :)

  15. Shane July 24, 2011 at 9:54 am #

    I use honey whiskey’s / bourbon’s in my ham glazes. The honey just adds to all fun going on in the glaze and rocks on ham.

  16. The Jacked Up Grill July 24, 2011 at 11:35 pm #

    Tonight we had the ultimate Jack Daniels Sunday Dinner!
    It started with a cocktail: Grilled peach and Bacon infused Jack Daniels Old Fashioned.
    Mix 1 ounce bacon fat with 4 oz. Jack Daniels
    Add 4-6 grilled peach slices
    Stir thoroughly, then let sit at room temperature for 6 hours
    Remove peach slices and strain into freezer safe bowl
    Let freeze overnight, then strain again to remove solidified fat

    In a cocktail shaker, add whiskey, ice, juice of 1/2 Meyer Lemon, a few dashes of bitters, and 2 tsp honey. Shake and strain into chilled glasses (2 servings). Garnish with grilled lemon and bacon strip.

    For dinner, Jack Daniel’s Honey Chipotle Marinated Flank Steak.
    1/2 cup honey
    4 chipotle peppers in adobo, chopped
    juice of 2 limes
    3 cloves garlic, chopped
    1/4 cup Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

    Mix and seal with meat in a ziploc bag for at least 6 hours.
    For steak sauce, heat in a saucepan until thickened to a honey-like consistency

    On the side, a Jack Daniel’s Apple, Red Pepper, Snow Pea Salad
    1 red bell pepper, julienned
    1 granny smith apple, julienned
    20 snow peas
    1 tbsp dijon mustard
    1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
    1 tbsp lime juice
    1 tsp honey
    1 tsp Jack Daniel’s
    Blanch peas, then place in ice bath. Finely julienne red pepper and apple.
    For vinaigrette, stir all ingredients together, and then whisk very quickly while adding olive oil. Mix peas, apples, peppers and vinaigrette until everything is coated.

    And for dessert, a Key Lime Pie with Jack Daniel’s Honey Whipped Cream
    Pie crust recipe from Paula Deen, except instead of ice water, I used ice cold Jack.
    Pie recipe came from another great blogger called Pie It Forward http://www.stlworkingmom.com/
    For the whipped cream,
    1 cup Whipping Cream
    2 tbsps confectioner’s sugar
    1 tbsp honey
    1 tbsp Jack Daniel’s
    In a mixer, combine all ingredients and gradually increase mixer speed until cream is puffed up and firm enough to hold its shape. Spoon out as desired onto pie.

    So there you have it! A subtle flavor of Jack from start to finish, and I can still type semi coherently at the end! Happy Grilling!

  17. Hanneke aka the Dutchess July 26, 2011 at 1:22 pm #

    I have something delicious for you! The Ultimate JD Burger!
    1 lb. lean beef, mix in some ground bacon, 1/4 cup crumbled soft blue cheese (or another soft cheese with a strong taste)and a splash of JD. Form patties of this mixture.
    Then caramelize one large red onion, sliced thinly. Use butter for caramelizing, when they’re almost done add a shot of JD. Put the onions aside.
    In another pan cook some mushrooms, sliced. Add a shot of JD when they’re almost done.
    Grill the burgers. Grill the buns.
    Dress the buns with some arugula, add the burger, the onions, mushrooms and top with a thick slice of the same cheese you used in the beef.
    Cheers from the BarBQBoozers!!