Real men cook corn with fire, not water. Once you cook corn on the grill, you never go back to boiling.
A spicy, tangy butter mixture to serve with steak or as a condiment on hamburgers.
Who wants to be inside some stuffy Italian restaurant when you could be in the great outdoors--or just your backyard--enjoying the creamy deliciousness of fettuccine alfredo. Crank up Sinatra on your iPod and you've got an outdoor date night.
After a long day of cooking burgers, chicken wings and sausages, give your grill and your guests a sweet finish.
This simple recipe gives you wings without all the hassle of deep-frying. You won't have that crispy crust, but all the taste is there.
Hop out of your tent, get your griddle nice and hot, and cook these scratch pancakes. You'll be the hero of the morning.
Have a treat on your camping trip -- these no bake cookies can be cooked on the grill or camp stove.
Give potatoes the smoky flavor of the grill. With a generous helping of cheese to top things off, of course.
Like meat, veggies taste so much better with smoke from the grill. Now imagine eating these potatoes, which get a full 75 minutes of smoky flavor.
Pie on the grill? Yes you can. You'll even give the potatoes the smoky flavor of your BBQ when you grill them first before putting them in the pie.
The chicken leg is often the redheaded step child of the bird. I say no more! This recipe elevates the leg to culinary heights normally reserved for the now legendary wing. It's gonna take some time in the brine so plan ahead...it's worth it! Gentlemen, start your grills...... it's time for legs over buffalo!
Talk about the ultimate in fusion food - Take the ultimate comfort food from the deep South (country gravy) and add the ultimate New Mexico chile (the New Mexico #6 or Big Jim) and whaddya got? Oh, just perhaps the best country gravy in the universe, that's all!