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BBQ Ribs on a gas grill

BBQ Ribs On A Gas Grill

For years we par-baked ribs in the oven wrapped in foil and just finished them off on the grill. Since meeting Mike Mills of 17th Street Barbecue we have learned from the best! One of Mike’s first impressions of GrillGrates was that they would be ideal for ribs for the backyard griller (as opposed to the Smoker crowd) People always ask Mike how to do ribs on a grill, and his answer had been- it’s hard to do, and he suggests smoking. The added protection of GrillGrates makes all the difference. Since meeting Mike, grilled ribs have become a staple in our home.

Tenderloin Roulade

Beef Tenderloin Roulade with a Portabella & Red Wine Sauce

Every once in awhile you need to splurge and the holidays are the perfect time. Supermarkets always seem to have sales on whole cuts of meat so the timing is right. Cooking a whole beef tenderloin can be stressful for two reasons. #1: The price tag! You don’t want to screw up a piece of meat that cost you $100 or more. #2: The lack of internal marbling can cause this meat to dry out if you overcook it. This recipe details a couple of classic techniques: butterflying and trussing or tying. We also add a savory filling to help elevate the rather mellow flavor of beef tenderloin.

Grilled Rack of Lamb

Grilled Rack of Lamb Using The Reverse Sear Technique

Rack of lamb is a nice treat and when cooked properly it can become one of the most succulent and flavorful things you will ever eat. This simple recipe uses the reverse sear technique and very basic seasonings and preparation. If you know a good butcher, ask them kindly to remove the fat cap from the rack of lamb and have them “french” the bones for you. Frenching the bones is basically removing all of the meat, fat and connective tissue that surrounds the bones.

My Father’s LONDON BROIL Recipe

London Broil was my Father’s signature dish. When I saw it marinating in the fridge I knew we were in for a feast. In honor of Father’s Day we dusted off Dad’s recipe. London Broil is a good value and is delicious when grilled and sliced fairly thin. The secret to this recipe is the Catalina Dressing. An unusually sweet and thick salad dressing is a good marinade and made a sweet crust on the meat and the flavor permeated the meat as well.

Ribeyes on the Kamado Joe

Ribeye Steaks- Seared, Not Charred

Grilling Ribeye Steaks is top-shelf grilling, and certainly one of the juiciest steak cuts. Flare-ups from fattier meats can engulf a beautiful steak in a second but not with GrillGrates which protect against flare-ups, and keep the juices sizzling with the steak and not feeding the fire. Fats drain out the bottom of the GrillGrates and burn up on the backside of the GrillGrate not on the outside of your food. Put away your water bottle and grill wonderful steaks with confidence with GrillGrates. We like the 1-1.5 inch thick cuts and only trim excessive / non-connective fat off the perimeter.

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19th of May 2018 04:45 PM Link
#FiredUp to be at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago this weekend! Stop by and see us at booth 10237 and be sure to get a couple of Spices Smokehouse tasty smoked crackers #grillgrateful #nrashow
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Cheering on our friends at the World Championship Steak Cookoff today Magnolia Blossom Festival. Best wishes for a grrrrrate day!
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The Mac GrandDaddy of Steak Cookoffs is The Magnolia Blossom Festival the home of the World Championship Steak Cookoff- this Saturday! We sure wish we could be there for the festivities and to see who wins the $4k check! #magnolia #MBS #steakcookoff #steaklife
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