Monday, July 21, 2014

USDA Beef Tenderloins - Grillgrate.com and Maillard reaction

Here are some of the greatest steaks that I have cooked on my grillgrate product. You can see the Maillard reaction on these steaks and nice sear marks. It was really great.











Grillgrate.com is a great product for searing steak.

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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Pulled Pork Nachos

Too much pulled pork? no worries... You can make nice nachos like you see right here. It's so good and easy and probably the best nachos you can get beside chicken.




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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Hard life...someone gotta eat lobsta rolls

Well guys yesterday was a great night. I got to eat lobsters and today I made with the leftovers many Lobster rolls with a four pounder lobster. Look at the size of these claws! Only claw meat served! I am not sharing....





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Monday, June 23, 2014

Smoked Salmon with a Glass of Ice Wine

It's time again to make hot smoked salmon using the recipe of Chef Jason Hill. His recipe is a sure shot and will amaze your guest. Two things, I cut down the salt by half and cut the salmon in more strips to get more flavor.

Chef Jason Hill Recipe

Look at this....








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Sunday, June 22, 2014

To the Beet of Summer

Spiral cut beets with candied cashews, goats cheese, and arugula. The dressing is made of balsamic vinegar. Flavours pop-out in your mouth.

Add a nice glass of wine and kick it to the beet of summer.







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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Summer Time Wood oven Pizza on my Pellet Smoker GMG

For those who have a pellet smoker, oven pizza on the grill is the best thing in the summer season.

I use only the best ingredients from my local butcher and fresh veggies. It is so good!!











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Reverse Searing Steak - Prime Rib Pink Bumper to Bumper

You want to try to beat the best prime rib SteakHouse? Well you have to try reverse searing your steak. Simply put, "cook low and slow" and at the end of desired doneness, you grill your steak as high temp you can get!

I think it is so important that you follow these steps to get a tender juicy steak with a nice grilling crust.

There is no better website www.amazingribs.com to get instructions on how to do this.

By the way here's a nice prime rib slice that is pink bumper-to-bumper. No rainbow colours!!!




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