Chances are wherever you live your probably having pretty severe weather. Here in South Florida we had torrential downpours overnight and some areas are flooded.
I love chili. I’ll take it anyway I can get it but I really enjoy vegetarian chili because, quite greedily, I can eat a larger bowl without filling up, and I can concentrate on all the great chili flavors without being ower-powered by the meat. Don’t get me wrong, I love meat, but I feel […]
I love tomato soup. It’s just one of those comfort foods that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. I’ve been seeing all these “roasted” tomato soups on pinterest and I thought, “I’m going to grill the tomatoes to kick the flavor up a notch with the addition of smoke and char”. That is […]
I’ve shared this recipe on the blog before, but it was when GrillGrrrl was in it’s early days, when all 5 of you were reading it. My co-worker just won a Chili cookoff with my recipe, so I just had to share with you all in case it might help you win too! This is […]
Well, I may be “Grill Girl” but I still use my stove top from time to time just to make sure I remember how. This week we got hit by a tropical depression so the grilling conditions were less than ideal. However, it was the perfect time to be cozy inside and make this hearty […]
This recipe is enjoyable due to it’s simple yet complex nature; lobster mac and cheese is a pure comfort food with a little luxury thrown in.
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 […]
Quite simply, if you make this recipe and have friends over, THEY WILL HAVE SECONDS!! The spiciness of the Chipotle Peppers is rather subdued and doesn’t over take the recipe. They participate in the symphony of flavors that are in this chili. I serve with the large “scoops” fritos or jalapeno cornbread. This will make […]