Basic Hot & Buttery Wings! The classic wing made simple. This recipe is a version of the classic chicken wing. Just combine a couple of simple ingredients, bake and dip. It can't be much easier than that!

Published in Chicken

Zesty Cheater Wings! Simple ingredients for a ZESTY taste. This recipe is so easy it's almost like cheating. Put a twist on chicken marinated in Italian dressing with a few quick and easy ingredient additions.

Published in Chicken

Get ready to make a cheap steak taste better! And, why not add some barbecue flavor to your favorite cut of beef? Here's a great recipe for you to adjust to your own tastes.

Published in Beef

SHOW ME THE BACON! Okay, I'll admit that the classic line from the movie Jerry McQuire may not fit perfectly when talking about AWESOME race day food. That Tom Cruise movie is about a sports agent dealing with life, relationships, and a football player. But, Tom Cruise also has NASCAR roots with his movie Day's of Thunder.

Published in Sports Foodie

NASCAR FANS! ARE YOU READY FOR KANSAS? - And, are you ready for a BBQ Sundae? How about a large juicy hamburger? How about a burger that's half beef and half bacon? Well, if your inner-foodie is drooling then it may be time for you to head to Kansas Speedway for the running of the NASCAR Xfinity Series Toyota Tundra 250 and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SpongeBob SquarePants 400. While you're there check out the expanded menu offerings geared towards barbecue lovers.

Published in Sports Foodie

 Valentine's Day, Steak, and the flavor of Cocoa! There's something awesome about combining cocoa and a nice steak. My local meat cutter at our neighborhood Bi-Lo pointed out this recipe, and a few others, to me in one of their printed store flyers. I was in looking for a deal on some ribs - leave it to a meat cutter to up-sell me on some nice steaks! So, if you're looking for a different twist on a Valentine's Day grilling session then this might fit the bill!

Published in Beef

Smoke in the Mountains Cookbook: The Art of Appalachian Barbecue by Kent Whitaker - Fire up the smoker and the grill! Barbecue has never been this good!

Published in Books

Here's all you need for some tasty wings on the grill or in the oven! Perfect for your Super Bowl menu!

Published in Chicken

HOWDY MTSU BLUE RAIDER FOOTBALL FANS! Are your ready for some Florida International Golden Panther Kaboba?! Hey Blue Raiders here's the recipe for quick and easy kabobs with a golden barbecue baste that we did before the game.  This recipe is for quick and easy tailgate Kabobs. You can make these at the game, grilled in the back yard or in the oven at the house! 

Published in Stuff on a Stick

I've Grilled Pizza? Why not cake? Grilled pound cake is my signature dessert. It's a perfect match for my style of cooking, which is heavy on barbecue, the real, slow-smoked kind, as well as when I fire up the grill.


Sure, you can make your own pound cake and ice cream from scratch or you can save some time and pick some up at the store.

The great thing is that you can replace ingredients as needed. No strawberries? Use pineapple, peaches, or mandarin oranges. Flavored pound cake and your favorite ice cream and toppings will help you make this dish one of your own. You can also trim calories by using low-fat, sugar-free items and dropping the butter and brown sugar.

If you fear placing slices of pound cake directly on a grill, try using a grilling basket or use a sheet of heavy-duty foil to make a griddle-like surface.

My recipe and photo was featured on the website the Daily Meal along with several other not so common items that you can toss on the grill. Check those recipes and a pretty cool slide show RIGHT HERE

INGREDIENTS
Cooking spray, for the grill
4 slices pound cake
Spray butter or
2-3 tablespoons melted unsalted butter
2-3 teaspoons brown sugar (optional)
4 scoops ice cream
1 cup sliced strawberries
1/4 cup strawberry syrup
1/3 cup toasted and sliced almonds
DIRECTIONS
Preheat the grill over medium heat.Coat the grill or foil with cooking spray. Coat the pound cake with spray butter or brush with the melted butter. Grill until the edges are browned and the slice is heated evenly. If desired, sprinkle the slices lightly with brown sugar before removing from the grill. Place a slice on a plate, top with the ice cream, sliced strawberries, strawberry syrup, and almonds.

Thanks to the Daily Meal for selecting my Grilled Pound Cake!

Published in Sweet Stuff
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