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Category Archives: Recipes
Do you want to give your dad a break from all the grilling for Father’s Day? Still want to have barbecue, though? Now you can do both! Everyone knows the best and most important part of throwing a barbecue is, … Continue reading
When it comes to the Super Bowl, there are only two things that are just as important as the game -the commercials and the FOOD. You have no control over the commercials, but what you do have control over, though, … Continue reading
Have you gone quail hunting this year? If not, there’s only 44 days left until the end of quail season to enjoy this time honored hunting tradition. If you find yourself with a freezer full of quail from your hunt … Continue reading
New Year’s Eve is an extensive day filled with fun and festivities to ring in the New Year. And even though the weather can sometimes be frigid outside because it’s the middle of winter, it does not give the barbecue … Continue reading
Beer can turkey is one easy and simple way to cook a whole bird while keeping the meat moist and flavorful. Give it a try – you’ll never cook it the “other” way again.