Smoked Crab:

Posted by Mr BBQ on August 30, 2014

The other day, Katrina Rounds brought in some fresh caught crab to share. We got to talking about the best way to smoke it. Here’s what I recommend:

Start with live crabs, discarding any that are dead. Place the live blue crabs in ice-water for several minutes to stun (it is best to use a large cooler for this purpose). Once …

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Wild Potato Skins on The Grill!

Posted by Mr BBQ on August 23, 2014

As I said earlier in the show—new research showing that potatoes, and particularly the skin are having people re-think the value of potato skins—here’s a great weekend or tailgating treat!


8 medium sized russet potatoes, scrubbed
8 ounces bacon, cooked and chopped fine
1 cup       shredded cheddar or blended cheese
1/2 cup minced fresh scallions
1/2 cup sour cream
Kosher salt
Freshly ground black …

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Three Can Bean Salad:

Posted by Mr BBQ on August 16, 2014

“Necessity is the mother of invention.” This is a wonderful salad Sandi came up with the other night when it was so hot outside (and inside). We didn’t have the “standard” ingredients for a traditional three bean salad. So this is what she came up with-and I love it! This is now my new favorite bean salad. It’s incredibly wonderful!

Ingredients: …

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Posted by Mr BBQ on August 9, 2014

Fresh corn is hitting the stores, farmers markets and produce stands. Here’s how to grill up perfect corn on the cob.

● wash, remove silk under the husk-just peel back the husk to expose the silk. Then, if you prefer, bring the husk up over the ear of corn.

● Some folks soak their corn in ice water-to help the corn stay …

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Grilled Summer Time Dessert

Posted by Mr BBQ on August 2, 2014

Summer is fresh peach season. Here’s an absolutely delicious dessert you can partially fix on your grill. Try using other types of stone fruit to mix it up a bit.

Ingredients: 1 package pound cake, 2 fresh peach halves per person, ice cream and chocolate syrup.

Preparation: Remove the skin off the peaches, slice in half and remove pit. Thaw pound cake, …

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