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American Family’s BBQ Recipes Will Keep Your Grill Hot All Season

Saturday, July 7, 2012

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I’m no Master of the Pit, but I know my way around a barbecue grill. In addition to the usual burgers and dogs, I can grill a mean porterhouse, rub a rack of ribs, or even beer-can a chicken with the best of them. I learned how to grill from my grandfather, who improvised a […]

How to Grill a Lobster Tail

Thursday, March 1, 2012

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Lobster is a truly decadent meal that is deceptively simple to prepare on a grill. Impress your friends with a gourmet meal that takes less than half an hour from lighting the grill to dinnertime. Start with at least one high-quality lobster tail per guest. The only other ingredients you need are a stick of […]

Party Hub Grill for “Social Grilling”

Saturday, September 3, 2011

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Party Hub Grill for “Social Grilling”

Now that tailgating season is upon us, you might want to checkout this really interesting new portable grill, the “Blacktop 360 Party Hub”. It’s a lightweight portable grill designed to cook a variety of items simultaneously on its unique cooking surface. The Party Hub Grill Fryer has four distinct, porcelain enamel cooking areas including the […]

Rediscovering Colman’s Mustard

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

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Rediscovering Colman’s Mustard

I recently ‘rediscovered’ how good Colman’s Mustard is on a juicy grill sausage. It’s not a mustard for the feint of heart, it’s got quite a kick. Who says English food is bland? A little grilled onions to top it off, delicious. Established in 1814, Colman’s of Norwich has been recognized widely as the premiere […]

Fischer and Wieser adds new sauces

Friday, August 19, 2011

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Fischer and Wieser adds new sauces

Fischer and Wieser, maker of great dipping and basting sauces, has introduced a number of new flavors recently that are great for the grill. In particular, they have several flavors that include grilled fruits, such as “Charred Pineapple Bourbon” and “Roasted Chipotle Raspberry”. These are a great way to spice up bland chicken or a […]

Big Al’s Texas Rubs

Sunday, August 14, 2011

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Big Al’s Texas Rubs

Big Al’s products are authentic Texas-style rubs and come in a variety of flavors including Original, Mesquite, Hickory, and Hell from Texas. There is also a new BBQ sauce endorsed by Ray Benson, the lead singer of Asleep at the Wheel. Big Al is a BBQ expert who is selling health conscious, great tasting BBQ […]

Easy Peasy Foods offers BBQ “Insurance”

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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Easy Peasy Foods offers BBQ “Insurance”

If you need to give your chicken a taste lift this summer you might want to check out the new marinade and BBQ sauce line “Chicken Insurance” from Easy Peasy Foods. It’s an all natural product, with no corn syrup, that will help you create hassle free, delicious chicken every time. I recently sample a […]

Gary’s Seasoning Hits the Spot

Thursday, February 10, 2011

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Gary’s Seasoning Hits the Spot

If you love to try out new seasoning’s, especially those from small family owned businesses rather than the corporate mega companies, try out out Gary’s Seasoning. It’s a great all purpose seasoning in a variety of heat levels to satisfy any taste buds. Nearly six years ago, in 2003, he created his first batch of […]

Red Envelope: Gifts for the Griller in Your Life

Sunday, June 20, 2010

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Red Envelope: Gifts for the Griller in Your Life

If you are looking for grilling and BBQ Gifts this summer, checkout out the grilling gifts from Red Envelope. They’ve got several dozen top notch gifts you’ll love to give and they’ll love to receive. I checked out the slider set, and it’s very nice. Quality is good and it came in a very nice […]

Herman T’s BBQ Sauce Mix

Monday, June 14, 2010

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That’s right a mix! Just add ketchup and water to the substantial packet of seasons and who knows all what, and make perfect home-made bbq sauce. One problem with making your own BBQ sauce has always been collecting the wide array of ingredients you need. All sorts of spices and rubs, it can all get […]

How to Grill Juicy Chicken

Saturday, September 5, 2009

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Some good grilling tips, courtesy of El Pollo Loco. Invest in a meat thermometer or “temperature probe.” This is an essential tool for preparing perfectly grilled chicken. To check the internal temperature of chicken, place the thermometer into the meat where the leg and thigh come together, taking care not to touch bone. Always grill […]

Trigger’s BBQ Sauce and Salsas

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

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Trigger’s BBQ Sauce and Salsas

Trigger Beeler – famous for their salsas, also has a BBQ Sauce. Sweet and vinegary, with a nice amount of spices. You can purchase their products at their website. If you haven’t had their salsa, it’s also highly recommended. Try the peach or pineapple if you are in the mood for something sweet, or the […]

PAMA Glazed Beef Skewers

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur is more than just a delicious beverage for sipping, it’s an ideal ingredient for cooking as well. Whether it’s used in the kitchen or behind a bar, the sweet yet tart taste of PAMA will make any mouth water. I recently had a chance to sample some, and it’s good stuff. Think […]

“Chicken Grillables” Chicken Patties

Sunday, July 5, 2009

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“Chicken Grillables” Chicken Patties

Barber Foods has recently released a new line of chicken designed especially for grilling. “Chicken Grillables” are basically frozen, pre-formed chicken patties that you take straight from the freezer to the grill. Made from all-white chicken meat, and lightly seasoned, Chicken Grillables are perfectly “bun-sized” and cook much more quickly than regular chicken breasts. Weighing […]

BBQ Nerds Rejoice!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

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BBQ Nerds Rejoice!

If you are a hardcore BBQ nerd, check out this new grilling gadget DIY kit. Even though cooking is an elegant art form, the at-home chef often has a number of fancy gadgets. From counter top grills to USB coolers, high end electronics have made themselves available in most aspects of modern food preparation and […]

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