Different types of wood complement meat when smoked on the grill. What types of wood go with what can be confusing so I’ve created a brief guide of wood types and their food pairings. To give credit where credit is due for this information, I found a flyer with this information at the local grilling […]
This dry rub is great on beef, chicken and pork. I have not tried this yet on fish but I do believe it would also be good as the flavor complements but does not monopolize the taste of the meat. The quantities listed below make enough for about 4 – 6 oz. steaks but you […]
This is a fun and easy thing to serve when you are having people over as these are universally likeable and easy to make and serve. So far I’ve made these 3 times and everyone has liked both the flavor and the heat level of the sauce. Served with blue cheese sauce, they are the […]
Beer can chicken- get moist chicken off the grill in a little over an hour while hanging outside and drinking the leftover beer.
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 […]
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 […]
Healthy Fried Chicken. That’s an oxymoron, like jumbo shrimp or skinny cooks (or at least Paula Deen says it is not possible to be skinny and a good cook)…. Anyway, Fried Chicken is a comfort food that is wonderful, especially when other people make it. I personally don’t enjoy making my kitchen smell like a […]