Paleo Recipes for BBQ Lovers (cont'd)

cooked Simon & Garfunkel chicken
Grilled chicken has never tasted better thanks to this recipe featuring our amazing Simon & Garfunkel Rub, a wonderful herb based rub that is great on chicken, turkey, and veggies. As with most grilled chicken recipes, we recommend you cut the bird into parts so that you can ensure each is cooked to perfection. read more
pickled red onions
Add a zesty bite to sandwiches, burgers, salads, and more with this simple recipe for crisp and flavorful pickled red onions. The recipe, which can be made in only 30 minutes, also serves as a great base for countless other types of pickles including cucumbers, scallions, ramps, leeks, sweet peppers, and green beans. read more
Sweet Potato Fries
Elevate ordinary fries by grilling them. Here, sweet potatoes are cut into sticks and seasoned with a sweet and spicy blend of brown sugar, chipotle powder, herbs, and spices. Then they are grilled until smoky, golden brown, and crisp. Yum. read more
Deep fried sweet potatoes with smoked honey and fried sage
If you’re a fan of sweet potato fries then you’ll do backflips over this grill fried recipe featuring perfectly deep fried sweet potato sticks coated with smoked honey and garnished with deep fried sage. Even better, deep frying is done on the grill, doing away with the mess and lingering odor of deep frying indoors. read more
Grilled Guacamole Recipe
Add a delicious smokiness to your favorite party dip with this recipe for grilled guacamole. Grilled avocados, grilled limes, and grilled onion take ordinary guacamole and make it extraordinary for any backyard cookout, tailgating party, or couchgating gathering. Grilled guacamole is a perfect dip or burger topping. read more
pickled tomatoes
If you're a fan of tangy deli pickles and pickled tomatoes then you'll be ready to dive in to this recipe for classic deli-style Kosher sour dill pickles. Even better is the fact that they can be made in one day! This recipe is also perfect for pickled tomatoes, a great way to utilize end of season green tomatoes. read more
Spring Potato Salad with pulled pork and corn on the cob
This tasty recipe for a potato salad is a bit sharper tasting than traditional American style potato salad, thanks to a healthy dose of vinegar in the dressing. It is more akin to German style potato salad without the mustard and served cold instead of warm. read more
grilled herbed lamb lollipops
Rack of lamb is incredible rich and succulent, especially when cooked medium rare. Here are the tips and tricks for creating perfect rack of lamb lollipops (lamb chops) for your guests including how to trim them, season them, and grill them. read more
Bobby Flay cooking in a kitchen
If you're a turkey breast fan then you're sure to fall in love with Bobby Flay's recipe for tandoori style grilled turkey breast. Turkey breast can be difficult to cook as it can easily overcook but Flay's flavorful marinade helps to keep it moist and tender while grilling. read more
thai cucumber salad
Add a touch of Thai to your next backyard cookout with this recipe for sweet and tangy cold cucumber salad. One of the simple pleasures of dining in a Thai restaurant is the lovely delicate cucumber salad they serve as an appetizer and now you can replicate it at home with this simple to prepare recipe. read more
Grilled Caponata
Grilling the ingredients adds a layer of complexity to caponata, a traditional eggplant based recipe that is especially popular in southern Italy. Grilled caponata is perfect as a sandwich; as an appetizer on crusty bread; as a sauce for grilled seafood, pork chops, or chicken; in pasta; and even on pizza. read more
pulled pork sandwich
This easy pulled pork recipe skips the slow cooker to create authentic low and slow smoked pulled pork on a smoker or grill. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust, and a gentle splash of BBQ sauce, BBQ pulled pork is a foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds. read more
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Smoked Lamb Ribs
With this simple but flavor rich recipe, feast on succulent lamb ribs that are seasoned with a dry rub and slow smoked until tender. Lamb ribs are grilled low and slow until browned and tender, and then serve them without any sauce to highlight the balance of the slightly gamey meat and the herb scented dry rub. read more
homemade merguez sausage
Take your grilled sausages to a whole new level with this tested recipe for homemade Moroccan Merguez lamb sausage. Merguez is a spicy sausage from North Africa whose popularity has spread all over Europe with African immigrants. You'll find it being grilled in Berlin on street corners and in Paris' finest restaurants. read more
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waldorf slaw
No BBQ or grilling party is complete without coleslaw but unfortunately this beloved side dish can be lacking in flavor. The recipe for a great slaw borrows from the famous Waldorf Salad, replacing lettuce with cabbage before adding apples and walnuts for a crisp, delicate, crunchy, sweet, and sour coleslaw. read more

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AmazingRibs.com Editor David Joachim has authored, edited, or collaborated on more than 45 cookbooks including four on barbecue and grilling, making him a perfect match for a website dedicated to the “Science of Barbecue and Grilling.” His Food Science column has appeared in "Fine Cooking" magazine since 2011. 

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