It’s the middle of November and I am still grilling outside as the temperatures have been so mild here in Michigan. However, it’s dark by 6:00 P.M. but because I have an electric grill that I use in my garage I was able to grill these delicious skewers without any problem. One of my … Continue reading
Do you want to impress your guests at your next barbecue? Then grill these tomahawk steaks, fireman’s axes, cowboy steaks or the “Fred Flinstones” of steaks; they all mean the same thing. These steaks are a sight to behold with their long rib bones attached. They are an on-the bone Rib Steak, cut from the … Continue reading
I decided to combine these two recipes since they make great sides when you are grilling. Par-boiling them speeds up the grilling process and you have tender, crispy and flavorful potato wedges. Turkey burgers and grilled russet potato wedges.
Salt blocks and other salt mediums such as bowls and cups are a unique means of serving and preparing all kinds of recipes such as beverages, desserts, salads, grilled veggies, meat and fish. There are six techniques you can use with your salt blocks; serving, warming, curing, cooking, chilling and drinking. Mineral richness and amazing … Continue reading
I have not made ribs on the grill yet this summer, not sure why, as I do enjoy them – the baby backs that is. I do not like “fatty” meats and spareribs tend to be that way. Even though I know fat can add more flavor I think my preference comes from my many … Continue reading
I just love these baby carrots which are perfect for grilling in just 10-15 minutes. I found some seeds from the Chas. C. Hart Seed Co. in Connecticut. Only 3-1/2 to 4-inches long and 3/4-inch around. Maybe a fall crop… In the meantime I will buy these sweet little veggies.
Many have heard of the Cobb Salad which is a main-dish American salad that is arranged in sections where each person puts together their own salad. The sections can include various types of greens, tomatoes, avocados, bacon, chicken, hard-boiled eggs, cheese, a dressing of your choice and any other ingredient you might want to include. I … Continue reading
Ann Arbor Cooks was another great source for cooking classes and for 5 years I enjoyed taking some of their classes. Unfortunately it closed in August, 2014 due to the owner wanting to spend more time with her family. This grilling class was the last class I participated in. There is a lot going on in … Continue reading
I was introduced to ginger beer (not real beer) last summer with a special cocktail called Moscow Mules. Ginger beer has no alcohol but is made with concentrated ginger syrup mixed with carbonated water. I served this delicious chicken with Mango Salsa and Roasted Potatoes. With leftovers one night I served it with my Black … Continue reading
This yummy recipe comes from a fellow blogger whose site I have been enjoying for some time. “Enjoy the island flavors of tropical fruits, spices and rum” says Karen@ Back Road Journal. This immediately caught my eye and after reviewing her recipe I knew I had to make this – it had so many ingredients … Continue reading