Fill out the Feast: Blackberry Punch

Looking for a refreshing drink on a hot summer day? This punch made of fresh blackberries is sure to hit the spot!

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Smoked Cornish Hen With Jalapeno Butter Injection

Cornish hens, chickens, and turkeys equal boring meat to me. In fact, I totally dislike cooking poultry for either myself or my family. It is boring to cook and it either tastes bland or requires a load of spices to crank up the taste. Not anymore! For this recipe, I have created a poultry injection […]

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Raspberry Cream Pie

Cream Filling 1/2 cup sugar 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/4 teaspoon salt 1-3/4 cups milk 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1 tablespoon butter Put 1-1/2 cups of the milk in a saucepan, then sprinkle the sugar over the milk (do not stir the sugar in; this will allow the milk to boil without […]

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Sticking My Toe Into the Competition Pool

My slogan for my Barbecue Chef’s website has always been, “We Don’t Compete. We Eat!” Looks like I may have to change or modify that. I’ve gone and entered my first barbecue contest.

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The Great Hamburger Omelet

One thing that makes cooking so special is the adventure of combining two or three common foods. The hamburger omelet is a fine example of bringing two ordinary foods into one dish—a good homestyle omelet stuffed with a whopper grilled hamburger! In this recipe, I used my Weber Kettle Grill and fired it with lump charcoal. I grilled the burgers directly on the grate like I always do. I fried the eggs and sauteed the vegetables in cast iron skillets on the grill.

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Grilled Squash Happiness

Grilled squash is one of those simple yet amazing foods—and it’s even a vegetable! I grew up eating a lot of fried zucchini, and later we grilled round slices sometimes, but when friends of ours served us grilled squash, sliced into strips along the grain, I was hooked!

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