Steak Fajitas

Steak soaked in a zesty citrus marinade and then grilled to perfection; serve with pico de gallo, homemade gaucamole, sour cream, roasted peppers and onions and Mexican cheese.  Easy, cheap and delicious. Ingredients: For the Steak 2.5lb London Broil or Tri-Tip Roast 1/2 cup orange juice 1/2 cup lime juice (approximately 6 limes) Zest of 1 … Continue reading Steak Fajitas

Honey Glazed Chipotlé-Lime BBQ Chicken

This BBQ Chicken is tangy, sweet, spicy and fresh.  All the right flavors and a unique twist on classic BBQ chicken.  Searing the chicken in a hot skillet ahead of time renders out a good bit of fat and leads to perfectly crispy skin.  Finish either on the grill or in the oven and follow … Continue reading Honey Glazed Chipotlé-Lime BBQ Chicken

Green Chile Bacon Cheeseburgers

To my great happiness, it is once again Hatch Chile Season!  The Hatch Chile hails from the small town of Hatch, NM - arguably the pepper capital of North America.  Hatch Chiles are exactly the same pepper as the well-known Anaheim Pepper, but because they are grown in the rocky soil of arid Southern New … Continue reading Green Chile Bacon Cheeseburgers

Argentine Steak with Chimichurri on Crostinis

This classic gaucho-style steak is a sure crowd-pleaser and is a unique way to serve grilled steak on a warm summer evening.  Because it uses an inexpensive cut of meat, it's also easy on the wallet. Time: 60 - 90 Minutes Level: Easy Cost: $6-8/plate Serves: 4-6 Ingredients: For the Chimichurri Sauce: 1 bunch flat … Continue reading Argentine Steak with Chimichurri on Crostinis

The Best Grilled Chicken

Chicken - especially chicken breast - is one of those things that tends to strike fear into the heart of every enthusiastic backyard griller.  Grilled chicken though, should be moist and delicious and a simple alternative to burgers and dogs.  Never fear, this fool-proof recipe can take as little as 45 minutes to prepare start … Continue reading The Best Grilled Chicken

Hack Your Gas Grill: Use it as a Smoker

If you've got a gas grill, you can still turn out some truly amazing, authentic BBQ.  Here's how. I know there are those people out there who are going to hate this post.  Trust me, I understand.  But ultimately, I'm about results - And if the technique yields sound results, then it's a sound technique.  … Continue reading Hack Your Gas Grill: Use it as a Smoker

Seared Lamb Loin with Garlic and Lemon

Lamb tends to be one of those things that people either love or hate.  For a long time, I hated it because the only way I'd ever had it prepared was slow braised in a crockpot, stew-style, and served with mint jelly.  While that may be some people's cup of tea, it wasn't mine.  Then … Continue reading Seared Lamb Loin with Garlic and Lemon