Tag Archives | Grilling

Redneck Tacos

Here is a guest blog post from my good friend and uber talented cook, Chris Grove from Nibble Me This. Check out his site for more delectable dishes and recipe inspiration. “I often make day trips to Nashville for work. When I do, I always try to arrange for lunch to be at Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint […]

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Gourmet Cognac Burgers

Here’s an awesome burger recipe from contributing writer, Jesse Black. This recipe will not disappoint!  Who says you can’t have your cocktail and eat it too? Consider this twist on a simply and easy-to-grill backyard favorite: the hamburger. Sure, you could smoke a rack of baby backs, or babysit a 12lb. pork shoulder, but if […]

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Grilled Mexian Street Fare Corn

Kingsford University Part 3: Grilled Mexican Corn

  I tried this Grilled Mexican Corn recipe while at Kingsford University and I was IN LOVE! Thank you to Chris Lilly from Big Bob Gibson’s BBQ and Kingsford Charcoal for sharing this awesome, and lower calorie version of Grilled Mexican Corn, Street-fare style. This traditional Mexican street fare is typically made with mayonnaise, chili […]

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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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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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