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    Tailgating Differently Backyard BBQ Revisited

    Lose the boring plain hot dogs and burgers and try something new and exciting!!! body { background: url(""); background-repeat: repeat; }
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    1 Reviews |  By KLBoyle

    These burgers are absolutely to die for! An interesting twist to an ordinary meal. As you're prepping the patties they may seem a litle loose but don't worry, they will hold together, just be gentle! Mayo can be made mixing by hand if you do not have a food processor, just make sure you chop everything really good before mixing. Enjoy!

    Recipe #223548

    Food and Wine's Best of the Best... From Supper at Richard's Place by Richard Jones-- Make sure you have a well marbled steak. Sooooo good. Sooo easy.

    Recipe #384810

    Something different for your next cookout.

    Recipe #9108

    Recipe #412755

    THIS IS SOOOO GOOD! Everyone who likes tomatoes, corn, or fried okra needs to try this. And especially if its in season! Food and Wine's BEST of the BEST From The Rustic Table by Constance Snow "Southerners are known for their ability to turn a blind eye to the unpleasantries of life, so if something seems to ugly and slimy to eat, we jsut ignore the baster aspects, cover it with cornmeal, and throw it into a sizzling iron skillet. Thus okra, on of nature's most imperfect foods, is transformed into ethereal little crisps that even a Yankee could love. Good old "fried okry" is great on its own (as a traditional side dish or offbeat cocktail snack), but it also adds an extra layer of texture and flavor to the simplest garden salads. Here fresh sweet corn and vine riepened tomatoes are essential, so save this one for a cool meal in midsummer when vegetables are at their best." You can also use pre-packaged okra as well.

    Recipe #384876

    A fun play on deconstructed duck L'orange put back in a sushi roll. Inspired by the original approaches Bravo's Top Chef pushes us to explore. Still working on perfecting the technique so please feel free to share critical notes! This is not a quick simple recipe, but designed for the true foodies out there whose passion and love for cooking push them to explore new ideas and approaches to food. The payoff is worth it. The flavors are MARVELOUS!!

    Recipe #442238

    Leeks and apples simmered in cider add a hint of sweetness-- nice contrast to the sharp melted cheddar. If you can find oblong pretzel rolls at your market, they'll make an ideal accompaniment to these English-style hot dogs.

    Recipe #389656

    Mojo is a cuban sauce made from the juice of sour oranges (or, in this case, a mix of orange juie and lime juice). It's atruly versatile- the sauce works as a marinade or salsa for beef, fish, pork, and poultry--so no wonder it tastes great with hot dogs, too. from Bon appetit.

    Recipe #389653

    Bold North african flavors stand up to even the heartiest of hot dogs. Pile the dogs high with spicy harissa or sambal oelek flavored carmalized onions' a bright, pleasantly bitter preserved lemon relish; and just a bit of hummus. ** from Bon Appetit I used sambal oelek and i used mint from my garden that i froze and then defrosted a bit... It worked.

    Recipe #389661

    Sutter Home's 2008 Build a Better Burger ® Winner!!!! "Da kine" is a key phrase in Hawaiian Pidgin, the language of the "locals." It can mean almost anything, but commonly refers to something good or genuine, or as in this case, "the best." This burger is as local as it gets, both in taste and ingredients. The patties are tender and juicy, thanks to fresh papaya and sweet onion, and are spiced with Hawaiian Portuguese sausage, which is so popular in Hawaii that it is on every breakfast menu (including McDonald’s). The accompanying salad employs heating oil to its smoking point, a local cooking method, resulting in a dynamite burger accompaniment. To complete the Hawaiian flavoring, I added a sweet glaze (Hawaiians love sweet and savory) and was inspired by our award-winning goat dairy to create a mouth-watering ginger-infused cheese spread. Ho, dat's da kine! Pairs with Zinfandel

    Recipe #380007

    The addition of shredded carrots is the secret ingredient to the most juicy moist turkey burgers so please don't omit them! these are delicious done on the grill I make these quite often and my family loves them and they are low fat too --- they may be broiled or pan-fried but they are much better if prepared on the grill or even an indoor grill would be great! This recipe makes approx 8 turkey burgers, depending on how large you make them, you might want to double or triple the amounts and freeze the patties --- Mrs. Dash seasoning may be replaced for the seasoned salt if you are on a low sodium diet --- plan ahead the patties must chill for 4-24 hours to blend flavors, the longer chilling time the better! --- for the best flavor use seasoned salt not white salt and if you are a garlic-lover then increase to 2 tablespoons, for my garlic-loving family I use about 6 garlic cloves, and my family loves lots of heat so I also add in 2 tablespoons of crushed chili flakes

    Recipe #122838

    This is my version of a passed down family recipe that was voted best grilled chicken in Houston. I also used a little brining help from a great blog, Culinary Disasters. I am an amateur griller so Cooks illustrated helped me with the grilling techniques. For one of my first bbq chicken feasts, I did pretty well. My family LOVES it! For a newbie cook like me, I really enjoyed impressing everyone with crispy golden skin, juicy meat, and a lot of layers of flavor.

    Recipe #308398

    2 Reviews |  By Ridgely

    This is our Americanized version of this famous Peruvian Dish. Chicken can be substituted for beef, but I am partial to the beef. This is one of my all time favorite meals!

    Recipe #62808

    Super diet friendly burger to ease any crazy burger cravings. Extra low in fat and super tasty. I made it for lunch today and it was fabulous!

    Recipe #304403

    A roasted garlic and red pepper relish replaces the usual pickle in this Spanish take on hot dogs. from Bon Appetit. AMAZING! These are super if you would like to do a grown up spin on hot dogs. Manchego is a Spanish cheese made from sheep's ml; available at some supermarkets and at specialty food stores.

    Recipe #389652

    Restaurant sweet and sour sauces have NOTHING on this freshly made sauce. The color comes from the cranberries and the zing comes from the ponzu.

    Recipe #382025

    From This is a Todd Wilbur recipe from "Top Secret Recipes." He says it is an appetizer on the menu but I used it as my main course when I made it.I have never been to a P.F. Chang's and I have never ordered spare ribs at an asian restaurant but maybe I will next time just to compare. I was pleased with the taste and the texture. I am sure I got more for my buck too:) Enjoy!!

    Recipe #394664

    My mom made this all the time and it was always a HUGE hit. I made it for my Stampede BBQ's and I can't count the number of people who asked for the recipe. Kids will love this as a fun salad at Thanksgiving or other special occasions. It's quick, easy and very tasty. Everyone will love this! Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #94612

    If you love spicy flavors, you'll love this. Try grilling fresh corn on the cob until kernels are tender.

    Recipe #373125

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