I have to admit, when my grill master husband Scott gets that glimmer in his eye, and looks longingly at a whole chicken and motions to his grill, I usually lobby hard to put the bird in the oven for a low and slow roast instead.
There's nothing better than a juicy burger, and the 4th of July is a great time to upgrade your traditional 1/4 or 1/3 lb. patty and make it extra-ordinary. Our Outta The Park Burger recipe is perfect for those times when you want to change things up and take your burger beyond the standard lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.
June is an exciting month for us as our Love With Food Promotion is in full gear.
It's Mother's Day weekend, and grills across America are going to be fired up to show appreciation for the special ladies out there we all know and love...our Moms.
Here are three (3) quick and easy tips to help you grill BBQ Chicken perfectly every time.
Tip #1: Simplify Your Prep.
It really is okay - after you wash your raw chicken thoroughly and after you pat it dry - to apply just 3 simple ingredients before putting your chicken on the grill. The 3 ingredients are:
One of the great things about a BBQ sauce that's made with ginger is its versatility. In an instant you can take your favorite fish filet and make it extraordinary with a few simple steps. Amberjack is a favorite white fish in our family, and Outta The Park Sauce can make it a spectacular dish to serve at your next dinner party.
It has been a while since we've posted a link to our Outta The Park Crockpot Pulled Pork recipe.
This simple recipe makes a delicious Remoulade that rivals flavors you find in high end restaurants across America. And the beauty is that this flavorful dipping sauce and zestful drizzle comes together with just 3 simple ingredients:
Outta The Park BBQ Sauce
Chopped Green Onions
When it comes to wings it’s all good, or at least that’s how Scott feels about it. I on the other hand have a confession - I haven't been a huge fan of chicken wings until very recently.