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    This is the sauce to go with Recipe #249171. I have posted it separately to enter it into the Barbecue Sauce contest! It can be used on a variety of meats and also tofu. Enjoy!

    Recipe #249896

    This comes from Saveur magazine via the famous 21 Club in New York City(issue#122)! I have changed the recipe just a leetle bit(the original recipe used duck fat)!

    Recipe #383923

    The buttery pound cake gets a little caramely char when placed on the grill. Top with cold whipped cream and some fresh fruit, and you have a delightful grilled dessert! Adapted from The Deen Brothers Get Fired Up cookbook. In the ingredient list it says lb. cake, but it's really pound cake.

    Recipe #462700

    I have been promised fresh figs this year so here is a lovely recipe to use them! Mmmm..mmmmm.

    Recipe #112193

    Adapted from Saveur magazine(issue #122), filled with great ingredientts! A meal in itself! :)

    Recipe #383929

    I had a wonderful grilled veg. sandwich when I visited the Florida Keys recently with goats cheese. This is similar, minus the cheese. Feel free to add it if you like! From 30 Minute Meals.

    Recipe #62456

    From Bobby Flay's Barbeque Addiction, Argentina on the Grill. Yum!

    Recipe #507467

    Jeow is a lot of things, but mainly any sort of dipping sauce, typically made with char-grilled veggies. Sometimes spicy. Sometimes not. It could be vegetarian or it could be made with crushed beetles. Or anything in between. Great for dipping balls of sticky rice into. A Laotian staple. This is a good base sauce, feel free to add flavors and experiment. Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Burma and China to the northwest, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Thailand to the west.

    Recipe #502741

    I'm not sure where in Mexico this is eaten, but it doesn't matter, it's good! Adapted from Gourmet magazine (2006). I find the cotija cheese in super Walmart (or use feta). Cook time is estimated for cooking of corn.

    Recipe #223191

    You will love the taste of this salmon with it's sweet and savory glaze. Serve this with a side of steamed aromatic rice.

    Recipe #87497

    Found on Pinterest. Yum.

    Recipe #494163

    Adapted from Epicurious via Gourmet magazine(1998), this is easy and spicy good!

    Recipe #233365

    This was adapted from the show 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray. So tasty! A must try!

    Recipe #130190

    This marinade is a terrific way to add flavor to this delicious vegetable! From Cooking with Caprial, American Bistro Fare cookbook.

    Recipe #117222

    The grilled corn imparts a wonderful smokey flavor to this salad and red pepper and scallions add great color and crunch! This goes well at any barbeque and may be prepared up to 2 days in advance. From the Down Home with the Neely's cookbook.

    Recipe #412723

    I saw a picture of this in Better Homes & Gardens magazine and can't wait to try this with fresh from the garden tomatoes!

    Recipe #164080

    I was a girl scout and we never had these delicious apples. So thanks to The Deen brothers for giving up the recipe! From their cookbook, Get Fired Up! You can substitute your favorite jam for the raspberry, just make sure it goes with apples. If using salted butter(or margarine) you can eliminate the salt in the ingredients.

    Recipe #462697

    Easy, classically Mediterranean, this zucchini emerges from the broiler with a still somewhat firm texture, coated with a lemony glaze and flavored with sweet herbs. This is also good grilled over the coals in good weather. Try cutting this on the diagonal to make elongated oval slices, good for both broiling and grilling techniques. This recipe is from Moosewood Low Fat Favorites!

    Recipe #47755

    Did you know that Christopher Columbus brought the first chili pepper to Europe from the New World? This is Texas style cookin'! You can use a spoon or spatula to put on the rub to avoid getting the spicy rub all over your hands. If chipotles are not available, you can use jalapenos or other red chilis. This is great served with Lone Star coleslaw and jalapeno cornbread.

    Recipe #359920

    Grilled vegetables are always a special treat. Give the veggies a little time to marinate to soak up lots of extra flavor. From the South Beach Diet Cookbook.

    Recipe #109772

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