Tag Archives: barbecue

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Baked Versht / Baked Salami

Fanned out with deep scores and slathered with mustard, the versht was covered with tinfoil and cooked to crispy perfection. I'm not a salami eater yet I could never get enough ...
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Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon

As the weather finally, finally, starts to improve, my thoughts run to sunny days. Throw together meals. Hours spent barbecuing and eating outdoors. I’m a bit premature in my thinking; there’s still a chill in the air, but the sun is out and all the snow has melted. We're on our way …
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Bloomin’ Onions

You're barbecuing. You have plenty of food. You survey the vegetables you're going to serve and start to second guess yourself. You begin to feel the vegetables are heavily out-weighted by the amount of protein you're going to serve. You quickly need another vegetable to add to the table ... that's where Bloomin' Onions come in! They are a wonderful addition to almost any barbecue. They are simple and easy to prepare. And best of all, they are delicious!!
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Barbecue Hanger Steak

Our July 4th this year was officially July 5th. Since some of us had to work on Friday and the holiday landed on a Thursday we decided to push it a day -- that, and the fact that all of us were actually born in other countries so we were just happy to get together, no matter what the day! My family loves Hanger Steak. It's one of the most delicious, tender and forgiving cuts of beef. Every once in a while I try different cuts, but inevitably, if I ask for requests, they most often ask for "hanger steak".

Father’s Day BBQ

Looking for ideas that are new, yet old, I recalled a great barbecue chicken recipe I used to make -- but haven't for years. After hunting around and being unable to locate it, I called Linda, who through the years seems to have held on to all the various recipes I've played around with, usually jotted down on a random scrap of paper, now buried in a box ... somewhere.