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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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Sage Quinoa Meatloaf on the Grill with Curried Acorn Squash

Once a month my blogger buddies and I publish our recipes that were developed on 4 randomly chosen ingredients, very much like a grilling bloggers version of the Food Network’s own “chopped”. The only rules to this exercise are that the protein must be cooked on the grill and everything else is pretty much fair […]

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Stuffed Mojo Criollo Chicken with Grilled Baby Artichokes

The past 3 months of my life have not been kind on my figure. The wedding, honeymoon in Argentina (beef and grill capital!) then followed by the Holidays have left me feeling rather “Muffin-top” -ish. You all saw that I made Candied Bacon Cupcakes over the Holidays! Like I needed anymore indulgence! It is time […]

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30 Days of Hot Dogs

There is probably nothing more American or the epitome of a BBQ than hot dogs on the grill. Whether you top your hot dog off with ketchup and mustard or sprinkle it with relish, the same old toppings get tiring. Food Network’s Grilling Central devised a 30 day calendar dedicated to all the different – […]

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Charcoal 101- The History of Kingsford Charcoal

Most of the time when you’re grilling, you don’t think about the history behind it – just how delicious the food is going to taste when you’re done. I explored the history of Kingsford charcoal and was surprised to find a rich history, interestingly tied to Ford Motors. In the 1920s, Henry Ford learned about […]

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Women of the Grill Contest!

When it comes to the BBQ, all too often, it is the guys that grab a drink and a plate full of steaks and head off to the back deck to fire up the grill. But, many times it is the ladies that have marinated those very steaks, trimmed off the excess fat, and are […]

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