Search Results for

Orange Ginger Grilled Chicken

Ya'll, I've been asked what's the best grilled chicken ever. But that is so subjective. Some people love traditional BBQ sauce on grilled chicken. Some people love an oil- and lemon-based glaze. And I love a simple sweet/salty/spicy glaze on my grilled ...

Five Grilling Skills to Master

Being an expert grill master is not as hard as you think as long as you command a few skills.  Check out my list of five grilling skills to master and you will be on your way to perfecting your outdoor cooking experience. Direct heat grilling Dire ...

The Best Skirt Steak Sandwich

Want to impress your guests at your next outdoor barbecue party? Try a succulent skirt steak sandwich dressed with peppers, onions, melty cheese and an herbed mayonnaise. A red wine marinade gives the steak an extra boost of flavor. Aside from the  ...

Beef versus Pork – Which Is The Real BBQ?

Beef versus pork - which is the real BBQ?  Those are fightin' words in some places. Why do people in Texas consider BBQ to mean beef while folks in the Carolinas think BBQ means pork?  Do Texans have a special taste receptor for beef?  Do Carolin ...

Outdoor Cooking Checklist for the Perfect Backyard BBQ

May - it's the annual 30-day period in which Americans collectively prepare for and commence national grilling season. As dusty covers are removed from those stainless-steel, fire-breathing, meat-searing machines,  it may be necessary to pull out this ...

Tips for Fantastic Picnics + Picnic Basket Checklist

  I don’t know about you, but I am more than ready for picnic season to get here. I love outdoor meals, especially when they are combined with fun activities like concerts, days at the beach, softball games and being on the water. For most of ...

Jack Daniels Pulled Pork

Everyone loves pulled pork, but adults love it so much more when it's flavored with the kick of Jack Daniels and smoked with their signature wood chips. Pulled pork is great to serve at parties because it feeds a crowd and you can even make it in advan ...

How to Make Your Own Dry Rub Seasoning

Knowing how to season food properly is the first step toward culinary freedom -  you aren't reliant on pre-made spice mixtures but on your own palate and know-how. And you'd be surprised just how easy making a dry rub seasoning is once you understand th ...

Top 5 Tips From A BBQ Judge

Ten years ago this month, I entered my first barbecue competition with a friend. We both made great BBQ so why not, right? Our first competition was in Carmel, Indiana, and we'd never been to a competition. My wife talked us into just jumping in to lear ...

Balsamic Glazed Smoked Potatoes and Carrots

Smoking vegetables on the grill is a great way to bring out their natural sweetness while infusing  them with a seductive smoky flavor. Any vegetables work well, but be sure to combine vegetables with similar textures for even cooking. Root vegetables ...

5 Steps to Get Him to Share the Grill

Let’s have a little heart to heart about some things. You know a girl on girl chat about how rough it can be to convince your guy to let go of his char-kissed dreams and let you “man” the mighty grill. Growing up, grilling was a ‘man’s job ...

So You’re Learning to Grill: Five Tips To Get Started

The first time I ever tried to grill on my own, I messed up royally.  I doused the coals in my parent's grill with as much starter fluid as I could find and tried to cook with the flames, not the heat. I had no clue about how to grill and just thought I n ...

Chile Verde con Cerdo Ahumado

A dish inspired by my trek across the Ecuadorian Amazon, this rustic chili is loaded with thick, succulent cuts of wood-smoked pork shoulder. It's stewed with a cornucopia of South American peppers, gorgeous craft-brewed dark stout beer, tender white beans ...

Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Apricot Orange Glaze

Pork tenderloin is one of those luxury meats that is still available at affordable prices. With virtually no fat, pork tenderloins are a great choice for a healthy weeknight meal. They grill up in no time and can get dressed up with a variety of glazes ...

Ask The Butcher: How To Cut Up A Chicken

Hold on a minute before grabbing a package of breasts and another of thighs and legs next time you're at the grocery store. Buying a whole chicken and butchering it yourself is easier than you think. There are several advantages to cutting up your o ...

Coffee and Chile Rubbed Smoked Pork Butt

Back when I was learning how to use a smoker, I wandered into an internet barbecue forum run by a guy named Dave Lineback. He was extremely old school. Here's how he described how to make barbecue: "Making barbecue is one of the most simple forms of coo ...

Char-Broil Live It Up Tour 2015

Char-Broil’s Live It Up Tour is kicking into high gear and headed to a city near you. Come out to learn more about Char-Broil's TRU-Infrared grills, taste food samples from our tour partners, play games, watch grilling demonstrations and register to win  ...

Throw a Legendary Backyard Grilling Party

    Outdoor barbecues. Birthday parties. Graduation celebrations. We’ve all been to friends’ homes and enjoyed the get-togethers, some more memorable than others. What are the tricks to a great party? I’m going to share with you m ...

Welcome Baseball Season with a Green Chile Double Cheeseburger!

    Baseball season is here and with it comes warm grilling weather!  In case you weren't tough enough to be grilling all year long, it's time to dust off that grill, tune in to your favorite baseball team and head out to your backyard ...

Bourbon: It’s Not Just for Drinking

I remember the first time I ever tried bourbon. I even remember the distillery. I was 17 and at the Christmas party for a small construction company for which I'd worked over the summer and I had to leave earlier than most of the people. Before I was allow ...

Page 1 of 6512345...102030...Last »