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South American Grilled Chicken

Now that you know how to spatchcock a chicken here is a recipe for one. Remember to use indirect heat over a bed of hickory or apple wood coals would be best. This recipe is adapted slightly from Raymund’s Pollo … Continue reading

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How to Split a Chicken

Spatchcocking a chicken is a great method for cooking a whole chicken on a barbecue, especially if you do not want to smoke it. By splitting the bird in half the cooking time is shortened and the meat cooks more … Continue reading

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Sorghum Garlic Chicken

This is a perfect marinade for grilling or baking. If you don’t have sorghum then buy some. Any piece of chicken will work but legs and wings work best if this is an appetizer or party dish. Sorghum Bourbon Garlic … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: The Paper Plate Edition

Our kitchen remodel is in full swing, which means we’ve stocked the fridge with food we can grab quickly and eat off disposable plates. We’ll also be frequenting restaurants more than we like, or more than our wallets would like. … Continue reading

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Cannellini Bean Salad

Now that cannellini beans are sold in the bulk section of the supermarket, there is no need to buy another white bean. This is a great side for barbecue or a pot luck. Cold Cannellini Bean Salad 1/2 lb dried … Continue reading

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Stuffed Tomatoes

This is a great way to use up tomatoes if they happen to be overproducing in the garden. It also works with tomatoes found at a farmers market. Just make sure they are fresh, along with the corn and pepper. … Continue reading

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A Real Bourbon Burger

So I happened to see a commercial for some fast food chain making a bourbon burger. Naturally I was intrigued. After some digging on the Web I found a few recipes all calling for a few drops of bourbon added … Continue reading

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Mustard and Molasses Pork Chops on the Grill

This is a simple marinade that works wonders on pork chops or pork loin. The pork chops can be bone in, but center loin chops work the best. Make sure they are at least 1 1/2-2″ thick. The chops can … Continue reading

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Salmon and Yogurt Make a Good Team

Wild caught salmon went on sale recently and I bought enough to smoke plus a little extra. Here is what the extra became. Blackened Salmon with Yogurt Lime Sauce For Yogurt Sauce 1/2 cup Greek yogurt 1 tbsp lime juice … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: Happy 4th of July

Can anyone guess the theme? Here is the red. Here is white And here is the blue. What, no meat?    

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