Tailgating this weekend? Try these root beer marinated pork chops. This dish is perfect for tailgating because of how easy it is to bring along with you. Make the marinade the night before soaking the meat overnight. Throw the container in an iced down cooler and grill fresh at the tailgate party. The smell of these will have other tailgaters stopping by to say hi just to inhale the smells. Grill seasoned onions and black pepper bacon with the meat and you have a beautiful and tasty sandwich. Yum!
This is the third and final recipe in the pulled pork series and perhaps the way nature intended it to be served: grilled with loads of sharp cheddar cheese, topped with creamy mac-n-cheese, add some habanero hot sauce for some bang. Life is good!
Brown bagging it today? I have the perfect vegan wrap for you to try. It’s so quick and simple to make. It uses vegetables that can be picked fresh from the garden: beets, cucumbers, pickled carrots, chopped beet leaves. Spread with a healthy and tasteful hummus. Try it with a griddled flatbread made from scratch! Yes, please!
I purchased some liquid smoke for a recipe some time back and, like so many spices and seasonings, had too much left over. Not wanting to just throw it out I was looking for a way to use it up. I started to think about smoked foods and of course, barbecue and grilling came to mind. But, alas, it is still too cold to grill. Hashtag, so over winter!
I grew up in the diverse and very delicious city of Chicago. A city of many neighborhoods offering up their own culinary traditions which is why Chicago is still voted as one of the Best Foodie Cities in the USA. There are a few dishes that are distinct to the windy city: Chicago Style Pizza, Chicago Mix Popcorn, and of course the Chicago Style Hot Dog.