The sunnier, warmer weather is sure to help kick-up grill
sales. Whether you're replacing an old, worn-out model, or want to upgrade to
something different, here are some things to keep in mind before you make your
next grill investment:
We are getting a lot of turkey cooking questions as we head towards "Turkey Day 2012". So, here are some basics to keep in mind. For more tips and ideas, listen to the show-Saturdays, 2-3PM Pacific Time on FM News 101.1 KXL and The Radio NW Network.
There's something supremely refreshing about grapefruit juice. I love it's tang, acidity, sweetness. Here's a great way to enjoy it as a homemade soda. Recipe courtesy of Imbibe Magazine. Make it fresh at home,and savor a truly wonderful concoction.
This is a very spicy cocktail featuring Thai red chiles as a main flavor ingredient. It's not for the faint of heart or tastebuds. However, if you like living on the edge, this just might be a great cocktail for you.
Mighty Mississippi Punch!And it packs one too! Ranges in depth from 3-200
feet deep Water
skiing was invented in 1922 on the Mississippi River, in a wide part of the
river known as LakePepin, between Wisconsin
The name Mississippi
means father of Waters!
Use this on either ribs or
chicken. Flavorful with a little kick to it.
Ingredients: 2 cups
apple cider, 1/4 cup ketchup, 2 tbl. white vinegar,
2 tbl. tomato paste, 1 tbl jalapeno pepper-chopped and
seeded, 1 tbl.brown sugar, 1/2 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. black
pepper.Optional: use honey instead of brown sugar.
Preparation: In a
saucepan, add cider, onions and jalapeno. Over
medium-high heat, bring to a boil and reduce by half. Add remaining
ingredients and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and allow to cool
down. May be used immediately or after completely cooling down.
Last week, we smoked 2 whole chickens. This is what we did with the leftover smoked meat. Delicious! Nothing better than a homemade chicken pot pie. Try this recipe with any of your leftover barbecue. Sandi and I think you'll truly enjoy the results!
Bruce Bjorkman, aka Mr. Barbecue has been playing with fire for most of his adult life. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area (hey! It’s not his fault!) he's been an Oregonian since 1970, Bruce is an award winning competition barbecuer, author of The Great Barbecue Companion (1996, The Crossing Press). A respected authority on barbecuing, grilling and smoking, Bruce has traveled around the United States and Europe promoting American barbecue. He has also written many magazine and newspaper articles about barbecuing and grilling. During the week, Bruce is the Director of Sales & Marketing for MAK GRILLS in Dallas, OR. Cooking Outdoors With Mr.Barbecue has been airing on KXL since April 8, 2001.
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