Archive for the 'grilling' Category

Dec 13 2008

Grill Thermometer

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Measures temperature ranges from 100?F to 500?F. Large 3 in. wide is entirely constructed of durable stainless steel. A magnet on the back holds the thermometer to the grill grates for accurate temperature readings. Lift the thermometer off the grill with a spatula, or grip the center spring with a protective glove. Use while grilling […]

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Dec 13 2008

How to Make Hatch Marks on Grilled Food

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Bon Appetit Magazine shows you the easy way to make hatch marks on grilled meat or vegetables. http://www.bonappetit.com/tipstools/videos/2008/04/how_to_make_hatch_marks_on_grilled_food Duration : 0:0:38

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Dec 12 2008

Grilling Salmon

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Need some good salmon recipes? Chef Jason Hill grills up this delicious maple-glazed salmon, which you can also prepare on a soaked cedar plank. The flavor is much like an Oregon smoked salmon, without all the fuss! There are a variety of way to grilling salmon. This grilled salmon recipe is one of the easiest. […]

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Dec 12 2008

Grilling The Perfect Steak

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Grill The Perfect Steak http://www.theperfectsteak.com Learn how to grill the perfect steak every time. Duration : 0:4:36

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Sep 06 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Gourmet Meal without the Gourmet Fuss

        Love gourmet food but don’t have time to fuss with the gourmet process? I hear ya! I am so tired sometimes I almost, that is almost, feel too tired to eat – let alone prepare a gourmet meal. I certainly don’t think eating fast food or a bowl of cereal is […]

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Sep 03 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Eggplant A Cosmopolitan Fruit?

This is a must read – for those looking for a fabulous hors d’oeuvre, a hearty side dish, or a wonderful vegetable main course.  With a little modification, it could be a fully vegan entrée – so look no further. Filling? Yes it is. Meaty? Uh huh. Flavor? Out of this world, delicious! Right now, is the peak season […]

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Aug 25 2008

Menu Planning!

I’m going to be hosting a five day student exchange later in the fall. Not just any students but international culinary grads from all over that decided to travel throughout Canada and the US. There are four of them going to be staying with me, but there are another eight of them in two other […]

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Aug 18 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Grilling Two Steaks with the effort of One

Raspberry-Pomegranate Vinaigrette I see this as the old adage of killing two birds with one stone…When you’re like me, you’re busy, you have a lot of irons in the fire and a schedule that rivals Madonna’s.  Now, as much as I love to cook and find that cooking and the kitchen are my sanctuary…even I […]

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Aug 15 2008

Stovetop Smoking: A Review of The Cameron Smoker

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About five years ago I decided to get really serious about learning how to cook. I started asking friends for recommendations on knives, pots and pans, and other cooking equipment. During the course of two separate conversations, I was told that I MUST buy a Cameron Smoker, as it produced really delicious smoked meats right […]

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Aug 14 2008

Hot Off the Grill – Our Top 5 Grilling Choices

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  You are talking to a gal raised on the west coast and transplanted to the midwest. Besides missing the abundance of fresh produce, fruits, and fish, not being able to grill year-round was painful. Yes, you can grill in the winter in Minnesota after you put on layers of clothing, shovel the deck, and […]

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