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Grilled Valentine’s Day Bouquet

Let’s face it.  Valentine’s Day flowers have been done to death.  This February 14th, I’m giving it a new spin and grilling up a bouquet of delicious meats and vegetables. Now don’t think you can skimp on a real gift,...

Smoked Shrimp Salad

If anyone knows a thing or two about grilling seafood, it’s our own Florida based VIP blogger Robyn of GrillGrrrl.com.  Today she’s cooking up a batch of shrimp for a tasty smoked shrimp salad.    This is another one of...

Burger of the Month: Grilled Cheese Bacon Jamburger

  During a recent trip to the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, I had the pleasure of experiencing many of the South’s top chefs in action including Kevin Gillespie of Atlanta’s Woodfire Grill and author of Fire in My Belly:...

Tips from the Pros: Grilling with Wood Planks

One of my favorite techniques for cooking on the grill has to be planking. A process that dates back to at least the Native Americans, planking is a unique form of indirect cooking in which seafood, meat, cheese, vegetables or even...

New England Barbecue Society 101

Over the past few weeks we’ve looked at the various organizations that help manage competition barbecue and grilling contests across the country.  This week we turn to New England, home of the New England BBQ Society and of Steve Farrin...

MEMPHIS IN MAY: A TRUE BATTLE OF CHAMPIONS

The 36th Annual Memphis in May World Championship Cooking Contest began solemnly with the passing of both John Willingham of Willinghams World Championship Bar-B-Que and Don Pelts, founder of Corkey’s.  But their passion for good friends and good food prevailed...

Memphis in May 101

  The 2013 Memphis in May World Championship BBQ Contest is heating up and to get things started right, we’ve called on our good friend Neil Gallagher of team Too Sauced to Pork to provide first hand insight in to...

Grilled Wild Alaska Black Cod With Plum Glaze

This time of year calls out for seafood cooked over live fire. Here, Larry Gaian of Embers & Flame (the blog formerly known as The BBQ Grail) shares his experience cooking Black Cod from Alaska.  I’ve gotten so spoiled writing...

World’s Best Pitmaster? Hint: There’s Lipstick on that Pig!

  Last weekend, Destination America headed to Belle, MO for the first annual Kingsford Invitational.  Here with a post-competition recap is Grilling.com VIP Blogger and KI-judge Meathead of AmazingRibs.com, first seen here on the Huffington Post.   On November 10,...

A Valentine’s Day Seafood Feast

One of the very first dates my wife and I went on was to a famous New York City steakhouse.  While the steak was memorable as always, the one thing that we both truly enjoyed (besides each other’s company) was...