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    BBQ/Grill

    We love grilling, here are some of my favorites on zaar.
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    Recipe #440586

    I haven't tried this recipe but I am always looking for new and exciting chicken recipes. This one fits the bill.

    Recipe #437007

    from "joelen's culinary adventures" - http://joelens.blogspot.com/2010/08/lemon-oregano-chicken-kabobs.html

    Recipe #435374

    Found online; perfect for summer grilling

    Recipe #432043

    From "Chicken on the Grill" by Cheryl & Bill Jamison. Decided to pull out this book and choose a recipe. This turned out really well, was simple to make and is something I will usually have the ingredients for without having to go get anything special. I made my wrap in garlic naan with arugula and President's Choice Memories of Bengal Mango Sauce. Yum! I think would work well with any cut of chicken not just breasts and i think the skin on wouldn't be bad either. Prep time includes marinating time I will definitely make this again

    Recipe #432060

    These versatile skewers are roasted in the oven, or you can broil or barbecue them if you prefer.

    Recipe #357494

    I love this chicken. You know when people are fighting for the last piece of chicken that you've made a pretty tasty dish. When I lived in Hawaii they sold this on the side of the road and the aroma of this dish is like no other!

    Recipe #431305

    This recipe comes from the Food Network site. Bobby Flay made this on one of his shows. I believe that he says that the original recipe is from Steve Raichlen. I make these on the Big Green Egg Smoker. Note that you will only need a small portion of the rub. So, cut back the rub ingredients accordingly if you do not want to have extra leftover.

    Recipe #430448

    The centerpiece of your meal made right on your grill! This innovative dish props a chicken on top of a can of spiced up, fiber-packed baked beans and roasts them on the grill for a savory entrée and side dish all in one.

    Recipe #429943

    As Barbecues Galore says, "This recipe is dead easy but different enough to make your guests think you might actually know what you're doing." *** You will need to use clean, food quality wooden planks (cedar or white oak) but Zaar won't let me post them. You will also need to soak the planks and I didn't include that time.*** Enjoy!

    Recipe #421416

    For an introduction to dessert from the grill, it doesn’t get any easier than this. This great grilled fruit recipe is from Barbecues Galore. I'm guessing that they are blind because they've been into the rum! Enjoy!

    Recipe #421419

    We make this alongside just about anything we grill! Enjoy! Also, the bread I use is French Tart's Recipe #340621!

    Recipe #417218

    I just LOVE Red Lobster,s scallops cooked this way. I was so glad to find the recipe online since I bought scallops for dinner tonight. Putting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #414973

    2 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Another way to enjoy scallops in their shell on the barbecue. If you don't enjoy lemon enough to eat with the rind intact you could also just try sprinkling with lemon juice.

    Recipe #169313

    If you like roasted vegetables in the oven, you'll love these! As an alternative method, you can also partially slow smoke vegetables, then transfer them indoors to your oven to finish roasting and crisping at a higher temperature. The smoke flavor from the grill really comes through. I usually add some large chunks of onion, and even some cloves of garlic are great too! Time does not include coals getting ready. Recipe adapted from Ardie A. Davis. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #396750

    My DH grilled a Prime Rib roast for company dinner last night and I will never cook it any other way, it was perfectly done. Medium on the end cuts and medium-rare in the middle. The secret is to keep the grill temperature at 475* and never peek while it's cooking!!

    Recipe #325023

    Pork Chops with a smoky Mexican kick. You can use either boneless or bone-in chops. Adapted from a recipe from our Central Market in Fort Worth, TX.

    Recipe #366292

    Spicy and very moist grilled chicken, it's absolutely yummy and spicy. I am a big fan of spices, growing up in the south and my grandmama always using the little red and green peppers in just about everything; I learned to really enjoy their flavor.

    Recipe #326318

    2 Reviews |  By cylee

    This is more of a tip than a recipe....I love to grill on cedar planks, but hate to take the time to soak the planks - this makes the delicious art of grilling on a plank available in an instant! Just remember to leave plank on grill for 3 mins and flip before placing food on it!

    Recipe #319274

    This is a delicious Texas stye barbecue sauce, for chicken, ribs, wings, or brisket. It will please every-body's palate when severing to a crowd. If you know that everyone likes it spicy, then by all means add some Texas Pete (or your favorite hot sauce), chilies, or chili powder. This is versatile, quick, easy, and made with ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. Easily doubled, tripled......COOKS NOTE: If you substitute the vinegar with distilled white or cider, start with one tablespoon and add more to suit your taste. This makes a wonderful sticky glaze for your grilled ribs and chicken. Baste meat with sauce during the last 5 minutes of grilling time and cook until glazed, turning frequently to prevent burning. You can also wrap cooked meat in foil with some sauce and finish on grill or in the oven. Lip smacking good.

    Recipe #301957

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