1. Fennel Pollen for the Grill

    October 21, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill/fennel-pollen-for-grill/

    Your key tool for cooking greatness? Fennel Pollen In the past 10 years past pollen–yes, the yellowish dirt that falls from fennel - was mostly was seen in Croatia. Today it is a fairly fashionable ingredient, appearing on menus of high end eateries. The current interpretation, is that pollen is a magic ingredient that will elevate your cooking–and grilling– from great to five star quality. …Read More

  2. Grilling Fruit

    October 20, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill/grilling-fruit/

    Cooking is involved at every excellent barbecue. Brats, hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, and veggies are consistently tossed on the grill. A fresh way to add a splash of color to your barbeque is with a fresh fruit salad, although most people enjoy the bar-b-que classics! To have a barbecue that is next level, why dont you serve a fresh fruit salad with grilled fruit and throw your guests a curvebal…Read More

  3. Pizza in the fall on the grill

    October 12, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill-cleaning/pizza-in-fall-in-the-grill/

    Autumn is upon us and the cooler weather with it! Oranges, pumpkins and seedlings are a few of the more common ingredients displayed up in the farmer’s market at the produce stalls today. I’ve discovered that these veggies that were more substantial often match nicely with all the cozy tastes of red-wine, peppermint, and balsamic vinegar. Try out this pizza recipe as well, and see just how muc…Read More

  4. Roasted Pecans on the Grill

    October 1, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill-cleaning/pecan-snack-on-the-grill/

    Pecans are consistently an excellent snack to have on hand for just about any occasion and with this particular recipe for Balsamic Toasted Pecans they can be eaten right away, as was true for me, or save them - and be ready to entertain at a minutes notice. To begin you are going to need: 1 lb of uncooked pecan halves 1/2 tsp kosher salt Directions: Prepare the grill by preheating. Now may prehea…Read More

  5. Drip Pan Potatoes On The Grill

    September 23, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill-cleaning/drip-pan-potatoes-on-the-grill/

    Years ago, I took a trip to Provence, France, for classes. Among the artfully arranged plant stalls was a truck with a wall of spinning chickens ready to eat. What grabbed my attention was the heap of potatoes underneath the chickens, soaking up the drippings and sold as a side dish. What a brilliant idea! I immediately attempted to duplicate these potatoes setting a drip pan full of carrots under…Read More

  6. 3 Tips to Help Your Grilled Chicken

    September 16, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill-cleaning/3-tips-to-help-your-grill-chicken/

    The image you’re viewing is a situation that occurs to most people who grill. Just how can you keep chicken from stickin' ? Time and heat are the secrets to cooking poultry. First, brush the chicken with olive-oil to preventing sticking. Second, maintain grill temperatures to around 425-450F. The bird may stick in the event the heat is not low enough! You should grill the chicken breasts for aro…Read More

  7. BBQ Grilled Nachos this Weekend

    August 31, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-grill/bbq-grilled-nachos-this-weekend/

    So simple - and oh-so great! Wherever you go, you can show off your specialty of grilling your own nachos. Ideal for tailgates — nachos never get old — particularly when they are grilled. Utilize your veggies when cooking and serving your nachos then gather your favorite ingredients and cheese… and get barbecuing! Follow the recipe below or click on the video to view this recipe in action. N…Read More

  8. Thyme Pork Chops with Pear-Bourbon Grilled Chutney

    August 25, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-recipes/thyme-pork-chops-with-pear-bourbon-grilled/

    Thyme - Pork Chops with Pear - Bourbon Chutney FIXINGS: CHUTNEY 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1/2 medium yellow onion, about 6 oz, finely chopped 1/2 tsp kosher salt 1/2 tsp yellow mustard seed 1/4 cup bourbon 1/4 cup packed light-brown sugar 2 tbsp fresh orange juice 2 medium, ripe plums, about 1 lb total, chopped and skinned 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tsp kosher salt DIRECTIONS In a large s…Read More

  9. Life is best Grilling Oysters

    August 7, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-recipes/life-is-best-grilling-oysters/

    All of us have these vivid recollections of family gatherings that include customs around food. Among my favorites includes my late grandma “Edie”; at any family get together she came with raw oysters as well as a sleeve of saltine crackers. Each household member anticipated their turn to get one, including the great grandchildren. On the day of her funeral, all of us observed her life having …Read More

  10. Grilled Peanut Butter & Jelly

    August 6, 2015 | https://www.texasgrillmaster.com/bbq-recipes/grill-peanut-butter-jelly/

    Let us move right back to what might be one of the best meals of time–the peanut-butter and jelly sandwich. While some people’s desire for the easy and quick combination of jelly and peanut-butter could have perished down for the duration of the years–my love for PB & J stays with me. If you’re like me, I am certain you nosh on jello and peanut-butter frequently. But for those who have…Read More