Archive for October, 2017

International Barbeque: Smokey Tandoori Chicken Recipe

International Barbeque: Smokey Tandoori Chicken Recipe

    By: Joshua Rooks   International Barbecue: BBQ Fusion They say there’s no place like home and for the most part, I agree. But I find it’s also exciting and enlightening to look outside of one’s home, neighborhood, city, and state to find something tasty and unique. Many countries don’t have what Americans would […]

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Are you a Pampered Chef?

Are you a Pampered Chef?

Do you enjoy Cooking and/or Socializing with Friends, Family and Neighbors? Then this Opportunity is for you! Doris Christopher founded Pampered Chef in 1980 with the belief that quick tips and powerful tools can fuel a faster, no-fuss cooking experience. But today, many of us don’t even have the time to sit down for an […]

Confident Grill Cooking

Confident Grill Cooking

By: Michelle K. I really realize every time we go somewhere, friends home or restaurant, how good I can cook after eating another cook’s food. Many people feel that they have this great talent for cooking but many really don’t. Food is often overcooked, lack of true flavor, or has so much sauce on it […]

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Easy Pizza on the Grill

Easy Pizza on the Grill

      By: Michelle K.   I try to make different meals for my family everyday, regardless of the weather, temperature, or season. In the Summer, it gets pretty hot in the house when the oven gets turned on, I learned this when I lived in Mississippi a long time ago. One 100 degree […]

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Getting Creative in the Kitchen

Getting Creative in the Kitchen

    By: Michelle K. I wanted shrimp this weekend. I brought the 16/20 size, which is a pretty large size shrimp. I thawed them and cleaned them. Many don’t realize that larger shrimp need to be deveined on the underside also. Now it was time to marinate them. I always use soy, garlic, and […]

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Were the Poles onto Something?

Were the Poles onto Something?

Depression cooking took place long before the Great Depression. Families from the Old World learned to take a few ingredients they could scrounge up, grow, barter or trade, and make wonderfully tasty meals with a lot of effort, love and time. God Bless my Grandma for sharing some of her Secret recipes with me. (As […]

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What do Italians know about Barbecue Anyway?

What do Italians know about Barbecue Anyway?

Beef and Onion Stew (Ragu Ala Genovese) Recipe: BBQ Fusion As with most Americans, we love to eat and taste dishes from all different regions. As a cook, you learn to reference basic recipes, test them then twist them to make it your own. Now, we’re not Italian. But we do know good flavors when […]

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Carolina Lechon Asado: BBQ Fusion Recipe  

Carolina Lechon Asado: BBQ Fusion Recipe  

  International Barbecue: Cuban Que   By: Joshua Rooks   If there’s one place where human beings can come together, it’s food. That doesn’t just apply to our physical gatherings, it can also apply to our cooking practices. One such place this happens is Miami, FL where a multitude of cultures come together to produce […]

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Fishing and Grilling

Fishing and Grilling

    By: Joshua Rooks     Fishing is in humanity’s DNA. From the earliest settlers feeding their villages to our modern, technology-laden expeditions, fishing has firmly seated itself in our past-time hall of fame. The fishing trip as it’s known today can take on many forms. But when we catch a fish and decide […]

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Celebrities and Barbecue-Famous Dave Anderson 

Celebrities and Barbecue-Famous Dave Anderson 

      By: Joshua Rooks   Admittedly, this is a man who is famous for barbecue. You probably won’t find him on the cover of Vanity Fair or Men’s Health Magazine any time soon. However, Famous Dave Anderson has a lock on some of the finest barbecue you’re going to taste and what’s more, […]

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Grilled Autumnal Skewers 

Grilled Autumnal Skewers 

    By: Tracy Nawara   Fall is a beautiful time of year to spend outside before the chill of winter sets in. For a lot of us, it is a relief that the heat of summer is winding down. Although the mild weather is short, this is still a great time of year to […]

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BBQ Review: The Smokehouse of Laurel – Mississippi

BBQ Review: The Smokehouse of Laurel – Mississippi

Like any Pitmaster in competition, you have good days and bad days, good recipes and great recipes. To Find more Barbecue in your area, check out the BBQ Directory at Pitmasterandthecook.com/home

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Comfort Food Review: Estelle’s Southern Cuisine – Laurel, MS

Comfort Food Review: Estelle’s Southern Cuisine – Laurel, MS

There are two reasons this location is included in my review of great barbecue restaurants. First, the ribs are excellent and the offerings are buffet style, so it’s all you can eat. And second, the sides and peripherals are so varied and delicious that its’s worth going just to make a meal out of the veggies.  

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Learn to Be a Grillmaster

Learn to Be a Grillmaster

By: Michael Capecci    Ten years ago, picking a grill was simple. There were only a few brands that were carried by every major home improvement retailer. As soon as online retail became the trillion-dollar industry that it is today, the market for barbecue grills increased ten-fold.   5 Best Barbecue Grill Brands  Most brands produce […]

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Who Brings Salad to a BBQ? Grilled Chicken Recipe

Who Brings Salad to a BBQ? Grilled Chicken Recipe

  By: Tracy Nawara   When you think of BBQ food, what comes to mind are typically heavy dishes meant to be filling. Meats, baked beans, and macaroni & cheese are the first that we think of. Even the salads are usually mayo-heavy, stopping any change for a dieter to have a BBQ dinner option.  […]

The American Royal Weekend, Kansas City, MO

The American Royal Weekend, Kansas City, MO

  By: Andrew Nobles Barbeque Sentiments from Kansas City Writer American Royal Weekend, Kansas City As we march closer to the dark, dreary days of winter, we are beginning to see the last vestiges of warmer times. The crispness in the air is growing more and more abundant, the pumpkin flavor begins tightening its annual […]