I read more than 100 food blogs each week and snippets from at least one-thousand more on various social media. (not joking!) Of course I follow the Char-Broil All-Stars plus a group of favorite writers and cooks who inspire, instruct and entertain me. Today I’m pleased to introduce you to one of my favorite fellas out there. Please meet David Olson who is the force behind “A bachelor and his grill.”
Here’s how David describes himself: “For the last Decade, from 9-5 I’ve juggled numerous personal commitments & a hectic professional schedule as an executive. But, beyond the suit & tie… I am SINGLE (hence “the Bachelor” moniker) living in a big city, LOVE creating amazing food, tossing back a fantastic chilled beverage (or 2), laughing LOUDLY, dancing where/when most inappropriate, & traveling the globe in search of EPIC adventure, unique culture, & crazy delicious fare.”
About all I can say is: “David it’s my pleasure to introduce you to some really good people – readers of Sizzle on the Grill! These folks will read your thoughts on outdoor cooking, ask tough questions, cook your recipes and give you some of the most rewarding feedback of your life. If you are lucky, it will generally start with words to this effect: “I tried your idea for….” and will end something like this: “and they said it was the best I ever cooked!” It just doesn’t get better than that. Thanks for sharing your tasty recipe David and… Welcome to the Cookout! ~ Barry CB Martin
Left-over grilled chicken never tasted so good! This inspired original dish is combines the notion of Asian-style fresh spring rolls, southwestern cuisine and good ol’American backyard grilled chicken to make some tasty lunch time fare or party food. Special Guest All-Star David Olson of “A Bachelor and His Grill” shares a recipe he developed for quick meals to please hungry buddies over to watch the game on TV or serve more delicate appetites as well.