Archive For The “Grill” Category

Fajita Night

By admin | September 20, 2009

When grilling, you ever notice that once the coals are “just right” you’ve cooked your steak or whathaveyou? Well we’ve remedied this by cooking any and everything that ever had a face when we light the grill, and it will result in some point in Fajita Night, either because of the plethora of fresh meat [...]

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Melon and Feta Cheese Salad

By admin | May 23, 2009

This fresh and delicious salad was created for the May 9 “What’s Cooking?” Class at Sevananda Natural Foods Market as part of the “Foods for Women’s Health” class. Using some of the sweetest, ripest melons I’ve seen this spring, it was a big hit. As the season progresses from spring to summer, substitute watermelon and [...]

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Garden Chimichurri

By admin | March 7, 2009

Some days the best way to get dinner on the table in a hurry is to put little hands to work. In this Garden Chimichurri, featuring seasonal herbs from the kitchen garden, you can let the kids wash and pick the herbs from the stem. Older kids can measure out the oil and the vinegar. [...]

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Smoked Turkey

By admin | December 20, 2008

Sexy huh? Yeah you know you want it. This was super easy too. The hardest parts were watching the grill to make sure we didn’t have flare-ups, and waiting for my mom to show up for dinner so we could tear into this bad bird. This was a two part process. In part one, the [...]

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Is Grilling Safe?

By admin | June 27, 2008

I love to grill. In our house, we grill OUTDOORS year round, regardless of the weather. Lately there’s been a lot of focus on how this fat-free cooking method may actually be harmful due to the presence of cancer-causing chemicals known as HHAs and HCAs. These chemicals are produced by 1) charring and burning which [...]

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