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Jerk Pork

Jerk Pork by John Spottiswood

Traditional Jerk Pork is made with the whole pig. I've been successful, though, with the Pork Shoulder roast. It's advantages are it's is widely available, cheap, and suitably moist and tasty! Watch the spices you use and adjust if kids are going to be eating it. If not, spicier is better! I made this for a HUGE party, so cut…

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Grilled Asian Pork Loin

Grilled Asian Pork Loin by John Spottiswood

We had a BBQ party today and served pork loin with two different types of marinade. This one was universally loved. It has a wonderful sweet and salty flavor. The kids definitely preferred this one, though the adults were more evenly split. Easy to make and perfect for a large BBQ party! The picture didn't turn out very well, but…

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Grilled Flanken Style Korean Short Ribs (Galbi or Kalbi)

Grilled Flanken Style Korean Short Ribs (Galbi or Kalbi) by John Spottiswood

I adapted this recipe from one in Bon Appetit and another from Chef John (foodwishes.blogspot.com). Chef John recommended blending an asian pear into the marinade to help tenderize the meat. I didn't have an asian pear, so I substituted a fuji apple and reduced the sugar slightly. I thought the resulting marinade, and ribs, were…

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Chicken Kabobs

Chicken Kabobs by Kelsey Martin

These kabobs are colorful, tasty, and make a great dish for any summertime party.

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Jerk Chicken Wings With Creamy Dipping Sauce

Jerk Chicken Wings With Creamy Dipping Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Chicken Drumettes are the meaty sections of chicken wings, separated from the wing tips and shaped into tiny drumsticks. You may need to order them in advance, or buy about 3 1/2 pounds of chicken wings; cut off and discard the spiny wing-tip sections. Most of the time I like these wings without the dip.

1 vote
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Beer marinated pork chops

Beer marinated pork chops by Peter Brown

When selecting pork chops for this dish make sure they are evenly sliced so that they are all ready at the same time. The chops should also have a good circle of fat because this adds to the flavour. To extract the best flavour from the marinade it is best to soak the meat overnight in a covered dish in the refrigerator, otherwise…

3 votes
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Basic Barbecue Rub

Basic Barbecue Rub by Bob Vincent

This is adapted from a rub by Steven Raichlen in his book "Sauces Rubs & Marinades." It can be used on beef, pork, chicken and fish like salmon. It can be used at once or, rubbed into the protein and marinated to add depth to the flavors. The basic formula can be used as a starting point and enhanced to accomodate various ethnic…

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Memphis Rub

Memphis Rub by Kevin Greggans

Awesome Dry Rub I received years ago from a friend who lives in Memphis. His family recipe. I had to swap my award winning chili recipe with him before he agreed to fork it over! :-) Great on Baby Back ribs and pork butt, but could work with beef as well. I like to cook low and slow in my smoker, but you could use just a well…

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Grilled Whole Salmon Indonesian Style

Grilled Whole Salmon Indonesian Style by John Spottiswood

This is an excellent and flavorful way to cook fish that I adapted from the Barbecue Bible. I had a large, whole salmon (not a smaller snapper or pompano as recommended), and was hoping the flavor would be strong enough to impact the Salmon. Boy was I pleasantly surprised! The fish came out delicious and my guests all asked me to…

5 votes
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Hot Asian Buffalo Chicken Wings

Hot Asian Buffalo Chicken Wings by Robyn Savoie

Best chicken buffalo wing recipe with Asian flavors.

1 vote
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Cinnamon Biscuits

Cinnamon Biscuits by Rhodes Bake-N-Serv

The delicious flavor of cinnamon added to our melt in your mouth biscuits!

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Old Fashioned Pastrami

Old Fashioned Pastrami by Bert Sackman

Pastrami ought to be made with a cut of beef that is covered by a fair amount of external fat. One can trim off the excess fat before the beef is sliced. The beef selected to make pastrami should be able to withstand long cooking; beef loin or sirloin does not make the best pastrami. On the other hand, brisket, chuck roasts and round…

1 vote
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Giggling Gourment's Slurpn'ly Good BBQ Sauce

Giggling Gourment's Slurpn'ly Good BBQ Sauce by Giggling Gourmet

Here's my version of a BBQ sauce for the summer season! It has a nice mild sweetness/smoked flavor to it when said and done. Works awesome as a stand alone dipping sauce as well as a sweet rub on sauce for ribs, chicken, pork on the grill...also found it very nice on a hamburger! For those of us that like it hot...I add 3 pureed…

3 votes
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BBQ honey brown sugar chicken

BBQ honey brown sugar chicken by Harlan

I made my own mix on honey BBQ chicken.

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Salt Crusted Fish

Salt Crusted Fish by Robyn Medlin

When I saw the article in the May edition of Fine Cooking on Salt Encrusted Fish, I knew I had to try it. After all, I live in South Florida and I’m always trying to figure out new things to do with seafood. This technique is surprisingly easy! Essentially, you take a whole fish and encase it in a salt layer that steams the fish as…

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