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Housekeeping 101: Cleaning Your Grill Grates

Few people think twice about wiping off the stove after cooking on it or doing the dirty dishes in the sink. So why is it that cleaning a grill grate is rarely at the top of anyone's "to do" list? If you use your grill frequently and keep the grates ...

Here’s to your health: Why grilling will help you keep those New Year’s resolutions

If you made a resolution this year to cook healthy, then the grill should be your new best friend. All the temptations to add fat to your food can be left at the kitchen door because grilling is an inherently healthy way to prepare food. And most pe ...

Asian-Glazed Spatchcocked Chicken

Asian Glazed Spatchcocked Chicken? I know what some of you are thinking. "I know what chicken is. I sort of know what Asian glaze is. But what the heck is spatchcocked? I thought this was a family friendly website." It is a family friendly website. Spa ...

Steak On A Stick

I can think of only one way to beat these winter blues and that's to get out, brush the snow off  the grill and fire that bad boy up. It's comforting to stand next to a hot grill, kind of like a cave man warming himself on an open fire. The sme ...

Chopped Beef Short Rib Sandwiches with Melted Pimento Cheese

There's something magical about taking a big bite into a beef rib.  It reminds me of cavemen eating large cuts of meat off of massive bones and enjoying every second of it.  I wanted to recreate that over-the-top beefy flavor and excitement, but I wante ...

Caribbean Shrimp Lollipops

  When you need a little pick-me-up, a big bold flavorful shrimp lollipop is just the answer. It's perfect for entertaining or enjoying every day. The marinade captures all of the flavors of the Caribbean without the cost of a flight. Love how  ...

Kita Roberts – “Girl Carnivore”

Connect with Kita Girl Carnivore Pass the Sushi Kita's Bio Kita Roberts has been in the food blog world for 5 years, authoring and photographer both the meat centered GirlCarnivore.com and the li ...

Kita Roberts

Kita Roberts has been in the food blog world for 5 years, authoring and photographer both the meat centered GirlCarnivore.com and the little bit of sweet and savoy, PasstheSushi.com. Her food photos have been featured on Matador Network, Bon Appetit Online ...

Grilled T-Bone Steaks with Crab and Hollandaise

I do not mean to be boastful, but every day is Valentine's Day for King Daddy and me. We always make thoughtful romantic gestures. I, for instance, never judge him on the few things that have driven me crazy in our almost 25 year of marriage (tall t ...

Ask The Butcher: Buying A Cow

If you have a large family, a lot of friends and a freezer with generous capacity, buying a side of beef or a whole cow makes a lot of sense. Droughts in California and Texas have pushed beef prices to their highest level in three decades. Buying in bulk a ...

10 Things to Consider Before Buying a Side of Beef

  Have you ever considered buying a side of beef? It's a big investment that requires a freezer all to its ...

Baby, it’s cold outside

Are you a weather warrior when it comes to grilling? Everyone can take a little rain or wind, but when the thermometer plunges into the 20s, that's when the tough get going - right out to the grill. Danielle Dimovski, better known as Diva Q and host ...

Fire Roasted Carrot Soup with Poblano Crema

When the grey clouds of winter roll in and the temperatures drop, I find myself craving roasted vegetables from the grill.  Roasting the veggies concentrates their flavors and intensifies their natural sweetness - FIRE roasting veggies on your grill makes ...

Livefire Roast Beef

It's winter and the holidays are over. It's months until the next big holiday. But none of that should stop us from using the grill! The grill is a great tool for turning the ordinary into the realm of a dinner party menu. There's not much you can do in ...

Winter Vegetables On The Grill: Why They Make Sense

I live in a small town in rural Idaho. Right now we have about 18 inches of snow blanketing the landscape and the temperatures rarely make it above the low 20s. Even still, you'll find me shin-deep in snow with my grill ablaze because the produce this time ...

John Thomas – “Grilling 24×7″

Connect with John Grilling 24x7 John's Bio John is the author of the BBQ and grilling blog http://www.Grilling24x7.com. His blog is one of the most popular grilling blogs in the country and  ...

John Thomas

John is the author of the BBQ and grilling blog http://www.Grilling24x7.com. His blog is one of the most popular grilling blogs in the country and it focuses on simple ingredients with over the top recipe concepts. John's recipe development focuses on simp ...

How to know when your food is done

The most asked question by new grillers is how to know when food is finished cooking. And the answer depends on what you’re grilling. But in every case, a digital thermometer is the key to perfectly cooked food. A digital thermometer will tell you ...

Chris Marcum – “Chris Loves Julia”

Connect with Chris Chris Loves Julia Chris' Bio While attending college, Chris Marcum decided that he needed something to keep him sane through the humdrum of academic pursuits. He’d always enjoyed cooking and, at the ...

Compound butters

Compound butters are an easy way to add a burst of flavor to grilled steaks, chops, poultry and vegetables.  ...

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