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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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Tackle Tailgating with Pork Giveaway!!!!!

Everyone loves free stuff, including me. Well, in honor of tailgating season I’m doing my first-ever giveaway. The idea is inspired by celebrity chef Michael Symon and America‚Äôs pork producers to get people excited about tailgating season. Well, a fun giveaway always makes me excited!!! The “Tackling Tailgating with Pork” giveaway includes: Gift card to […]

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Tailgating recipe: Churrasco (Skirt Steak) Nachos

Churrasco is pretty much the same as skirt steak; down here in South Florida I usually here the terms interchangeably. I was first introduced to skirt steak when I was younger and lived in San Antonio and became to associate it with fajitas. All the same, it’s a great thin sliced meat that is best […]

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Ode to Miss Paula Deen

Everyone knows I am a Southern girl at heart, so of course I love me some Paula Deen. Growing up, I remember my Grandmother in Mississippi making fried Okra in an iron skillet with her famous drop biscuits. “Low fat” was not something that had ever entered my Grandmother’s vocabulary. Paula’s recipes remind me of […]

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September Women’s Grilling Clinic Yields More Female Grilling Enthusiasts!

The September Women’s Grilling Clinic was another success! I had the joy of meeting 16 wonderful women, all with a keen interest in learning to grill. We had 3 different grills out so everyone could be exposed to the grilling style that fit their needs. First things first we reviewed the basics on how to […]

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Grill Girl Talks Tailgating with Jason Pugh from WPTV Channel 5

That’s right folks- it’s tailgating season again. Time to get your portable grills ready for another season of beer consumption, mardi gras beads matching your favorite team and of course, lots of finger food. I made my infamous (at least to myself) chipotle sriracha wings with Scott’s blue cheese dip and mini caprese pizzas for […]

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