Killer Tested Barbecue And Grilling Recipes (cont'd)

spatchcocked chicken
Flavorful, moist, buxom marinated chicken breasts. Unbelievably juicy and tasty turkey. Mouth-watering duck. These recipes will win you a prize at the local competition or amaze your tailgate crew at the big game. Americans buy more chicken than any other meat. read more
smoked turkey
Turkey may be the most difficult of all meats because if you over cook it even slightly you have cardboard. My methods differ drastically from tradition, but if you follow my guidelines you can make this flightless bird soar above the flock. read more
frenched duck breasts
We are working on some amazing recipes for duck, goose, pheasant, and quail. Stay tuned. read more
lamb chops on the grill
If cooked properly lamb can be as good as beef. It seems lamb is like liver or anchovies. Some people just hate them and it's usually because of a traumatic childhood experience. Our lamb recipes may just change your mind about this misunderstood ingredient. read more
fish cooked in a grill basket
I was raised in Florida. We loved fishing and spent many quality hours together bringing home dinner. I love fish and cooking it on the grill only makes it better. read more
onion and red pepper pizza
A great pizza is incredibly easy to make from scratch at home, even the dough, whether you cook it outdoors or in, but beware, once you get the hang of it, you'll never be satisfied with eating pizza in a restaurant again. read more
cornbread made in a skillet
The bible calls bread the "staff of life." But you don't have to go to church to know that one of the most important parts of a meal is the bread. It could be crumbly cornbread, a buttery roll, or a poppy seed hamburger bun. Show me a barbecue joint that doesn't serve garlic bread and I give them less than a year. read more
Grilled cheese sandwich
Most people consider a sandwich any combination of meat and veggies caught between two slices of bread or in a roll or bun. That description opens a whole world of possibilities and using your grill or smoker you can create mouthwatering meals that will satisfy any appetite. read more
street vendor roasting chestnuts on the street
Sweet? Hot? Crunchy? Savory? Name your poison. What do you reach for when you have a snack craving? We've got some killer recipes that will make your mouth water and wow your guests. read more
hoppin John bean dish
Beans are an important part of American culinary heritage. This section contains the canon of American bean dishes, always found accompanying local versions of barbecue. Their roots are often in other cultures, but the recipes have been thoroughly Americanized. read more

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