MENU
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…

5 votes
9090 views
Chicken Kabobs

Chicken Kabobs by Kelsey Martin

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

5 votes
38129 views
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…

8 votes
15915 views
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
8474 views
Amazing Grilled Steakhouse Steak Tips

Amazing Grilled Steakhouse Steak Tips by Foodiewife

Have you ever heard of steak tips before? Well, neither had I,until I spotted this recipe on Cook's Country. Typically, steak tips come from the bottom sirloin, and that is where flap meat comes from. Bottom line, this is one of the best (truly) grilled steak recipes I've ever made or tasted! The marinade is packed full of flavor,…

1 vote
5219 views
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
4033 views
Shashlik with Arabian Touch

Shashlik with Arabian Touch by miansari66

Shashlik is a Russian dish but popular all around the globe. I have given some Arabian spice touch to this dish.

1 vote
2654 views
Hot Asian Buffalo Chicken Wings

Hot Asian Buffalo Chicken Wings by Robyn Savoie

Best chicken buffalo wing recipe with Asian flavors.

1 vote
5675 views
Pi's Hamburgers

Pi's Hamburgers by Piper Seeger

Super moist and delicious burgers!

2 votes
6472 views
Santa Maria Tri-Tip BBQ

Santa Maria Tri-Tip BBQ by Steve Knowles

Based on Weber's Art of the Grill Tri-Tip Sandwich, but modified to my tastes and who needs the bread, anyway???

1 vote
4770 views
Hot Hoisin Ribs

Hot Hoisin Ribs by Micheline

Succulent ribs guaranteed to please. You can make them ahead and re-heat them 10 minutes on the BBQ before serving. For milder flavour, omit or reduce the asian chili paste. These are finger lickin` good.

2 votes
2929 views
Southern BBQ Baked Beans

Southern BBQ Baked Beans by Rick

This one takes a little time but it's worth it.

1 vote
3869 views
Southwestern Mac & Cheese

Southwestern Mac & Cheese by Patti Fisher

Southwestern Mac & Cheese, we have to laugh, of all the recipes we get asked for from gourmet to down home, what we get the most requests for is macaroni and cheese. Our date night was coming up so I asked Ken what he was in the mood for thinking he would say steak or ribs. Nope, he wanted a creamy mac & cheese with a little flavor…

1 vote
1389 views
Easy Grilled Potatos

Easy Grilled Potatos by Wendi Taylor

Make "baked" potatos on the grill. Easy & delicious.

1 vote
2393 views
White Dry Rub

White Dry Rub by John Greenler

I was using my red rub for all meats. It was good but thought the beef needed to treated differantly. I came up with this rub for my red meats. Now I still use my red rub on Brisket but that is the exception. We have also found this to be a great inplace of salt and pepper on your table.

1 vote
2448 views