Beer can chicken- get moist chicken off the grill in a little over an hour while hanging outside and drinking the leftover beer.
Author Archive | Robyn
This dessert doesn’t even require a recipe- just some basic ingredient assemblage. Here’s what you’ll need: shredded sweetened coconut- 8++oz. Dark chocolate – squares Ginger snaps- use these instead of graham crackers unless you prefer the latter Marshmallows- large size, 16 oz bag skewers- for roasting marshmallows If the grill has cooled down after dinner, […]
Cornish game hen sounds kind of fancy, like something you might serve at a dinner party, but really they are essentially mini-chickens. They are smaller and have a richer flavor with a higher fat content than chicken, comparable to the dark meat you find in chicken. Because of their slightly higher fat content, the meat […]
Well, it’s just not that normal to have banana leaves in your backyard. Unless, of course, you happen to live in South Florida or another place in the tropics.
This recipe puts a Mexican spin on your average grilled boneless chicken breasts.
There’s not too much to grilling oysters, and thank God for that. I like to leave the high maintenance stuff to other people (!!!) Anyway, preheat the grill to medium/medium high. Basically, get the grill hot. Throw your oysters on and shut the lid, grill the oysters until they pop open. As the first ones […]
Well, it’s that time of year folks! It’s S-U-M-M-E-R and that means outdoor picnics, barbecues, camping and pool parties. If you have a boat, that means you’re doing any of latter, except substitute saltwater for the pool. This is a light yet SUPREMELY SATISFYING sandwich, while also being good for you and a nice alternative […]
There is really nothing you can’t make on the grill, even dessert. That is why grilling is not just for meat anymore! What is great about grilling is that you can literally make your appetizer, entree, sides and dessert all at the same time. You can use a variation of direct vs. indirect heat and […]
This recipe is easy and makes enough to take to work for a few days or for a second night of leftovers. I pair this soup with a salad and bread for a full meal, or you can have this as an appetizer before a larger course. This recipe is vegetarian but the addition of […]
I was recently in Bimini, the Northernmost Island of the Bahamas, where it is a rite of passage, so to speak, to try the Conch Salad while there. You can find conch shells literally in every nook and cranny of this island that is only 50 miles from Fort Lauderdale, as conch salad is served […]