Last summer, I made teriyaki steak from Simply Recipes. It wasn’t great. Carla asked if I couldn’t just buy a bottle of teriyaki marinade this time. What? Is that even possible? So we set up a showdown. We divided a long skirt steak and marinated one half in a bottled sauce, and the other in an updated marinade from my last attempt.
Cook date: July 30, 2020 I’ve made this dish many times and blogged about it most of those times; but, for one reason or another I haven’t been able to get good pictures. I was focused on getting my pictures for this cook. Chicken, rosemary and lemon go together like tuxedos and ball gowns. We… Continue reading Italian Grilled Chicken
Cook Dates: July 7 & 13, 2019 I’m going through my standard grilling and barbecue recipes to see how they work on my new Mak 2 Star pellet cooker. I’ve worked my way up to Santa Maria Tri-Tip; one of my favorite cuts of beef. We invited our friends, the McD’s, over so I wanted… Continue reading Tri-Tip and Pressure Cooker Cheesecake
I know, I know – it’s almost Thanksgiving; why am I posting about summer grilling? Just because the mood struck me I guess. I made this Serious Eats spice-rubbed grilled skirt steak recipe at least three times this summer. I just couldn’t get enough of it. And yet I didn’t blog about any one of those… Continue reading Remembering Summer – Grilled Skirt Steak
I’m still working in my new Weber Performer charcoal grill. . I’ve cooked and blogged about grilling spatchcocked many times – usually it’s with some Italian seasoning of garlic, lemon, rosemary and thyme. But if you are looking for an even easier recipe – here you go – you can totally do this with a… Continue reading Grilled Spatchcocked Chicken