They may look like charcoal on a stick when done, but try it before you throw it out. Only a charcoal grill can do these legs justice.
A delicious steak sandwich recipe that uses an inexpensive cut of meat and turns it into a mouthwatering and richly flavored treat - ideal for tailgate parties.
Just a quick easy marinade I used for chicken. If you like lemons and garlic then this one's for you! Works wonderful on the BBQ.
This version of guacamole has a fresh taste and a bit of a bite.
Chili, cheese, onion, corn chips, and tamales, with South-of-the-border spices, served bubbling hot.
Even though this recipe says it serves four, you'll want to at least double it to get you through the whole game - maybe even triple it. Get enough beer - both for cooking and drinking. Don't get the wimpy kind, get the real stuff.
A twist on the famous New Mexico green chile cheeseburger, this stuffed burger is a favorite at our ranch's summer get-togethers. The cream cheese mitigates the heat from the jalapeños, but leaves the wonderful flavors of them and the green chilies intact. The chipotle mayonnaise, filling or even the uncooked burgers themselves can be made a day ahead and kept sealed in the 'fridge overnight. Just get them out of the 'fridge about half an hour before grilling.
This venison recipe has proven to please even people who claim they don't like venison. It's amazing what a little bacon and barbeque sauce can do!
This recipe puts a Cuban spin on the classic Juicy Lucy with Swiss cheese-stuffed burgers topping grilled ham slices.
A slight deviation from the typical ketchup- or vinegar-based rib sauces; this sweet Asian-inspired sauce gives ribs a different taste.
What more can be said than the title?? Come on now, this is a Man's Burger. All meat, with a twist. The flavor combination is unbelievable. You get hit with the sweet, the sour, and the salty all at the same time and your taste buds just explode.
This is the steak taste you're used to, with a kick; like adding electric guitar to an orchestra, you're looking at a classic marinade with a kick.
I worked this recipe out after eating these delicious ribs at Z Grille in St Petersburg, FL. Turns out Dr Pepper makes a great sauce for ribs. Try to find the Dr Pepper that is made with real sugar for best results. Also you can forgo the frying step, and finish them off on the grill but they will not be crispy.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
The old wrap-it-in-foil, chuck-it-in-the-fire method of campfire cooking adapted here for your grill.
Simple chili recipe for beginners, and it cooks up quick, too. Still, has all the star players of the best chili -- ground beef, beans, tomatoes, and chili powder for heat. You might add a little cayenne for extra spice.
Spatching a whole chicken before cooking on the BBQ takes a little time and effort, but is fairly easy to do. As the sun was shining we had an impromptu BBQ with some friends and I created this marinade recipe on the spur of the moment. Please feel free to change the ingredients to suit your own taste.
A very basic starter chili for beginners. Start with this recipe and add your manliest twists...cayenne pepper? Bacon? Beer? Do your thing.
A flavorful, fast-cooking chili with heat from a fearsome foursome of peppers. Inspired by WileyP's "Quick Chili with Black Beans"