Even people who don’t like spicy food have tried these at my house and have gone back for seconds. I wouldn’t classify this recipe as “healthy” yet it is healthier than traditional jalapeno poppers that have been put in a fryer! Whenever Scott and I make these, even if it is only the two of […]
These meals take 30 minutes or less to prepare and get on the table.
I like to call this recipe: Attention Deficit Disorder Ribs. It is hard for someone like myself to spend 6 hours on a dish and that is why they are called A.D.D. ribs. Hardcore BBQ-ers will tell you that real ribs must be cooked over low heat for hours upon end to produce authentic ribs. […]
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 […]
Sirloin Sliders, aka Mini Hamburgers Well, this is not rocket science but it puts a fun spin on your standard hamburger. The mini burger idea is appealing because it is so versatile, depending on the occasion and setting. While one can make sliders as the main course, they are also a fun appetizer for entertaining […]
Even though I call myself the “Grillgrrrl,” there are nights when dinner doesn’t need to be a production. Heck, this dinner makes itself, you just add a little pizazz so your family still thinks you whipped it up from scratch. Here’s a “fake it don’t make it” dinner solution your family will look forward to. […]
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, […]
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 […]
Wild game is not something I would have ever considered eating until I dined at Ted’s Montana Grill restaurant a while ago. This opened my eyes to a totally different burger experience!! Buffalo meat is much leaner than beef and is also extremely high in iron and B vitamins! That’s especially crucial for most ladies! […]