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I’m in L-O-V-E with my new BBQ; Day #1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main:
BBQ’d Chicken
1 package of hormone free, organic free range chicken pieces; with skin & bones, as you see above-

Savory Marinate-
In a big bowl mix together;
Earls Gone Wilds” BBQ Rub
Lea & Perrins” Worcestershire Sauce
A1” Steak Sauce (I have always ♥’d A1, just don’t ♥ steak…)
Cayenne Pepper
1 T. “Tapatio” hot sauce + a splash of “Tabasco” Sauce
Susie Q’s” Seasoning (Red label does not contain MSG)
il Fustino’s  Jalapeño Olive Oil
Coarsely ground Black Pepper
Just a splash of beer (or wine)
Mix, toss, turn & let sit for an hour or so-
when you’re about ready to grill, toss the chicken pieces around as you toss a salad.  Then let marinate drip off a bit before placing the chicken on the grill-  You can pretty quickly get some pretty grill “marks” going on, but to keep the chicken real tasty & tender I HIGHLY recommend you switch the chicken over to water-soaked wood cooking planks for about 15 minutes- A moment before removing from heat, pour about 1 T. Ojai Habanero Jelly over each piece for a little extra “kick“.

Vegetables:
Organic Fresh Corn circles

Organic mini- “Yukon Gold” Potatoes

Fresh Corn on the Cob, cut into little discs-
While slowly BBQ-ing the corn, paint it occasionally with “Burnt Sage Butter

In a microwaveable bowl place;
about 1/2 c. water
7-9 Yukon Gold Potatoes

Sprinkle with salt, pour olive oil over them & fresh coarsely ground black pepper-
Par-bake the potatoes in the microwave, then finish them up on the BBQ, occasionally turning.

& last but not least…

Dessert;
Berry Cobbler…

I BBQ’D dessert in a black “Brazilian” baking dish;
I added about;
2 c. frozen raspberries (because that’s what I had- most any berry will do-)
I threw in about 2 T. cornstarch
Over the berries, I poured about 1/2 c. of “E. Waldo Ward & Son” Apricot Syrup
& a squeeze of fresh “Meyers” Lemon juice.

I added this as the topping;
2 handfuls of “Bisquick”
1 handful of “Swans Down” cake flour
I added about a 1/3 c Organic “Horizon” Milk (2%)
about 1/3 c. melted butter
dash of vanilla extract
pinch of cinnamon

I put it all on the BBQ with the lid closed & it thickened up & cooked beautifully-
It was delicious!

I hope you’ll try some of my BBQ recipes-
It’s enjoyable to be outside cooking + it’s been too hot to cook inside…

enjoy!

 

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