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Artisan Sausages With Two Simple Sauces

If you've stopped by just about any higher end market (Whole Foods, Fresh Thyme, Earth Fare or any local foodie market), you can usually find a variety of really interesting sausages. I'm not talking about the big name brands, but smaller producers or even ...

2015 Cooking Trend: Beef is Back (The Benefits of Grinding Your Own Beef)

Beef is back! Big time. And we here at Char-Broil are kind of okay with that (at least, this GirlCarnivore is). Science  is showing that butter, red meat and wine may all be not as bad as once thought and, like all things, in moderation can even be ki ...

How to Host a Tasty Backyard BBQ (Gluten-Free Version)

  Gluten-Free. Two words that can strike fear in our hearts when a family member or friend is diagnosed and has to change their diet. It affects the entire family. Suddenly we have to understand how to cook for them so they can relax, enjoy the ...

Sweet and Smoky Bernalillo Barbeque Pork Sliders

All-American barbeque - the allure of this smoky grilled fare lies both in it's simplicity and depth of rich, sweet and spicy flavors cultivated over hours of low and slow cooking.  That said, pulled pork is as much about the experience as it is about the ...

Korean Chicken BBQ Tacos

  Who doesn't love tacos? They're so easy to make and offer so many options. With all of the food trucks now out and about there seems to be an endless variety. I love all types of BBQ and Asian influences are some of the very best. This recipe ...

Five Tips for Updating Your Outdoor Cooking Area

I'm the type of person who will grill no matter the weather (as was probably clear in my last post). I honestly love grilled food enough to do that, but I wouldn't say the experience of winter grilling is particularly fun. It's cold! But I brave the elem ...

How To Use Marinades (And a Recipe for Garlic Marinated Smoked Chicken Drumsticks)

  Why use a marinade?  Some people will say that it tenderizes meat.  But the truth is that it simply flavors the meat.  In fact, the marinade doesn't even make it all the way into the meat -  that's how nonporous the muscle fibers are.  No ne ...

All Outdoor Grilling is Great, But Charcoal Grilling ROCKS

Six years ago, I was the biggest charcoal snob on the planet. Grilling on gas to me was the equivalent to rolling the stove out onto the patio for a cookout. But back then I had time to cook low and slow every weekend and many week nights. Now I have  ...

All Outdoor Grilling is Great, But I’m Cooking With Gas

Last summer, I was invited to compete on the Travel Channel's American Grilled show. Three other contestants and I arrived at the Memphis shooting location and were presented with these ghastly grills I had never seen before. They were shaped like suit ...

Why Everyone Needs A Second (or Third!) Grill…

I was so excited when I was assigned this topic.  I don't think Char-Broil could have picked a better person to write this because I have been practicing my arguments for this for years at home!  I must be good at it because as of this moment, I have 11  ...

Get Ready to Grill: Our Favorite Food Trends for 2015

Bust out the wood chips, send in the spirits and pucker up because bitter is the new bold. Food trends for 2015 run the gamut from adding smoke flavor to everything to getting back to basics when it comes to cooking meat. Kale is still in but other  ...

BBQ Pork Tacos

  Here in California we love Mexican food every day of the year, which is not surprising given the rich history of our state. Mexican favorites are often served at football game tailgate parties, Super Bowl parties and whenever friends get toge ...

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 ...

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