Say hello to your new favourite grilled cheese. No, this kind is literal cheese that you put on the grill. In this recipe, we pair the Mediterranean-born cheese with veggies and flavours typically found in Greek Salad.
Cold weather doesn’t mean you have to avoid grilling; quite the contrary. Grill-roasting up a beautiful cut of beef is the perfect way to get your BBQ fix while staying warm inside. The key is to sear it at the beginning (to seal in all of those delicious juices), and then cook it low and slow over indirect heat. Grill-Roasted Eye-of-Round Serves 4 Ingredients: 3-4lb eye-of-round roast beef 2 cloves garlic, smashed and minced 1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary 1 tablespoon fleur de sel 1 tablespoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon olive oil Instructions: Step 1: Assemble your ingredients. Step 2: Turn grill on to high heat; once it’s hot, clean the grate. ...
Warm up your grill, marinate your meat, and make this sandwich. The heat from the horseradish will keep you toasty while outside, and hanging out outdoors while the steak cooks will keep you away from your relatives just long enough to regain your sanity.
Bonus tip: serve with these Turkey Fryer Kettle Chips.
This is by far the easiest recipe on our site, with the least ingredients possible. This month we want you to try making your own hop salt. Though this isn't necessarily a "barbecue recipe" it can be used on barbecued foods.
Fall foods are a personal favourite of mine. All of those fall spices! Cinnamon, nutmeg, clove... the list goes on. This muffin recipe combines all of them with pumpkin and apple. More fall food fun! This muffin recipe is the perfect way to use up any leftover apples you have from taking the kiddies apple picking. It calls for 2 1/2 cups of apples, but I always just use two of the biggest apples I can find, til my (measuring) cup runeth over. Plain Greek yogurt gives these guys a rich, moist texture - and apparently it's healthier than oil. Apparently... With all of these fall flavours and ingredients everywhere you turn, and with most of them already...
Entertaining for the holidays can be a stressful time on its own, let alone when you are hosting a gathering at your house! Trying to perfectly time all of your food can just compound that stress even further. Hungry guests looming over your shoulder asking when the food will be ready, or maybe the sooner the food gets served means less time for your sisters four-year-old to terrorize your home. This recipe is a great alternative to making a whole turkey with all of the fixings, especially if you're only hosting a small crowd, or you're just having a small intimate dinner with your favourite person or you're flying solo. We recommend serving these breasts (he he...) with...
Pork and apples are a no-brainer combination. Rather than the usual pork and applesauce pairing, we’re cooking up some fresh fruit and onions alongside pork loin on the grill for a kick-ass fall meal.
Peach Cobbler is a classic dessert. It’s best known for being enjoyed in the Southern US, on wrap-around porches, by southern belles while sipping sweet tea. Here in Canada, we grill our cobbler, enjoy it in igloos, and wash it down with an ice-cold beer. It’s amazing how different we are, culturally, eh?