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Kingsford University Part 2: Grilled Cocktails- Grilled Lemonade and The “Rib Job”

I have plenty of super cool recipes to share with you in upcoming posts, but I first want to tell you about the fabulous “GRILLED COCKTAILS” that are part of Kingsford’s 2011 “Food Trends”. Other food trends to be aware of, and I will expand upon these in future posts are: ‘Cued Cocktails Buy local, […]

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Kingsford University Part 1: Chris Lilly’s Barbecued Beef Brisket Recipe and the Mullets of Nascar

Kingsford University is a once in a lifetime opportunity to go hang out with like-minded foodies, learn new food trends, grilling techniques and eat like a king-or in my case, a Queen.. This year Kingsford U was held in the lively city of Las Vegas where got the chance to watch Kingsford’s own Bobby Labonte […]

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And The Winner Is: Broadcast Marc’s Pike Perch on Cedar

Okay guys- I got some really fun and interesting recipes but I chose Marc’s recipe for its simplicity using fresh ingredients and a gratin and cream sauce finish. Here is the link to the full recipe: http://broadcastmarc-grilladventures.blogspot.com/2010/07/pikeperch-on-cedar-39.html Honorable Mentions: PatioDaddio’s Slammin Salmon: I’ve tried this recipe and it is the SHIZZLE! http://www.patiodaddiobbq.com/2010/03/slammin-salmon.html Kevin from BBQ […]

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Google Recipes Making Cooking Easier

In such a fast paced world, most of us barely have time to breathe and especially not enough time to search for recipes. Google totally  understood this dilemma and created a new filter on their search page called “Recipes,” which refines your results and only shows you recipes (not random unrelated things) in your search. […]

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Cedar Planked Salmon with Lemon-Dill Butter and Grilled Rainbow Carrots

There’s just something about salmon cooked on cedar planks that makes it that much more enticing. It must be the smoky flavor from the grill that coaxes the cedar flavor out of the wood and into the fish while also permeating the air with a cedar-smoke-charcoal perfume. After making this dish, I woke up the […]

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