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In partnership with Safeway. Start the New Year off right with a fun and healthy grilled dinner! These bison sliders are a great alternative to the traditional slider, using ground bison meat that I got at my local Safeway. Bison is naturally leaner than ground beef, with a slightly richer flavor. It grills up reallyContinue reading “Bison Sliders”
Don’t get stuck in a dinner rut and mix up your meals with this easy to make grilled salmon bowl. After seeing several ideas for similar dishes on Pinterest, we decided to give it a go with our own twist. What we ended up with was sort of like a sushi roll in a bowl.Continue reading “Marinated Grilled Salmon Bowl”
In partnership with Safeway This year, staying in on New Year’s Eve is the name of the game. It’s the socially-responsible thing to do, and we’ve been brainstorming ways to elevate the celebration while we wish 2020 adieu. It’s been a year, hasn’t it? As we were starting to envision what NYE2020 might look likeContinue reading “New Year’s Eve Seafood Charcuterie Boards!”
A few years ago, my inlaws spent part of a year in Sevilla Spain. One of the recipes they came home with that has become a family favorite is a plated salad of juicy ripe tomatoes, supremes of a juicy orange (native to that area in Spain) and thinly sliced red onion. Dressed with aContinue reading “Grilled Halibut with Sevilla-Style Salsa”
Today is the first day of Hanukkah and what better way to kick off the winter holiday of lights than with delicious sweet fried donuts. Sufganiyot are what they’re traditionally called, and they’re filled with jelly for an extra sweet treat. Cooking donuts on the Traeger is a great way to do it, as itContinue reading “Traegered Sufganiyot”
With the holiday season right around the corner, now is the time to start stocking up on great gifts for family and friends. While you might not be able to be physically with all the folks you love over the holidays, there’s nothing as great as giving thoughtful gifts that people can use while they’reContinue reading “Holiday Gift Guide”
Pork steaks are an amazing cut for a quick weeknight meal. There are lots of flavor possibilities with them. Pork steaks are often cooked low and slow in traditional Texas BBQ, but we have found that a hot and fast application can be as (if not more) delicious, and certainly less effort is involved. AboutContinue reading “Pork Steaks with mushroom-blue cheese pan sauce”
In Partnership with Safeway There’s no denying that the pandemic going on is going to change the way we celebrate holidays this year. With less travel and smaller gatherings, I wanted to get creative about how we can share a holiday meal together without actually being in the same room together. Rather than having 20-30Continue reading “Holiday Sides: perfect to share from afar”
Cheesecake on the Traeger? That was my mother-in-law’s question when we were discussing recipes for my cookbook. She was skeptical, despite being a Traeger owner herself. Why yes, a cheesecake on the Traeger comes out delicious—because the convection cooking of the Traeger provides, even, consistent heat. Your cake will come out tender and delicious andContinue reading “Pumpkin Cheesecake”
Prime Rib and the holidays are a perfect combination. It is truly that iconic holiday dish– a big roast on the table with a bunch of amazing side dishes, some spicy horseradish sauce, and plenty of good cheer. Slicing into that roast in front of family and friends is an amazing feeling, and since we’veContinue reading “Planning Ahead for the Holidays: Prime Rib”
Here in Colorado the weather has started changing, and we’ve gotten our first couple snow storms. It’s a welcome change from the heat of the summer, but it also makes me start thinking more about holiday meals that we can cook on the grill. It seems crazy, but we totally love cooking everything, year-round, onContinue reading “Planning Ahead for the Holidays: Green Bean Casserole”
Over the next few weeks, I plan to be sharing a bunch of holiday-focused content on my blog as well as on my social channels. While Thanksgiving and Christmas seem like a long time from now, the reality is that in less than 2 months the turkey will be gracing your dinner table, and thisContinue reading “Planning Ahead for the Holidays: Dry Brined Turkey”
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