Tag Archives: grilling
Cooking on a wood plank is a time-honored tradition used by Native Americans that infuses the food with subtle flavor of smoked wood and can be used for fish, poultry, meat, vegetables, and fruits. Cedar, alder, pecan and other wood … Continue reading
What It Is: Stir-frying meets the grill. The perforated 12-inch-square Charcoal Companion wok sits directly on the grill for stir-frying small foods, such as cut-up vegetables, shrimp or scallops, or cubed meat or poultry.
What It Is: Tote it to the park. Fire it up at a tailgate party. Or just use it on your backyard deck. The Fold N Go InstaStart Grill by Coleman makes grilling more portable than ever as well as … Continue reading
A take-off on the famous beer-can chicken but using tequila and limeade for the liquid. The cavity of a whole chicken is placed on the veritcal roaster that is filled witih the “Margarita.” For ease, we recommend using the Rosle … Continue reading
What It Is: A sturdy stainless steel device with a hollow cylindrical support for roasting a whole chicken vertically in a covered grill or in the oven.
by Nancy Who doesn’t like a grilled burger? Even vegetarians get happy with a meatless version. Most of the time, I keep burgers plain and simple and let folks jazz them up with a variety of condiments. But after dabbling … Continue reading
Slaw: 3 large Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored, and grated 2 teaspoons finely grated fresh lemon zest 2-1/2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
GadgetGals spied these fun new grilling tools at the 2010 Housewares Show in Chicago. The products are so new we’ve not been able to get them in for testing yet. But they are made by companies with outstanding reputations for … Continue reading
What They Are: Flexible skewers made of twisted stainless-steel cable for grilling kabobs (kebabs) Why You Need Them: Well-tooled tips make threading cubes of meat or poultry and chunks of veggies on the wire simpler than with other skewers. The … Continue reading