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Do you often visit the huge box stores to buy items in large quantities? Have you ever gotten a really good buy on ground beef in a large amount but didn’t have the time to break it into patties before you dropped it in the freezer? Not the best plan. Have you ever tried to find a recipe that uses a five-pound block of ground beef? Didn’t think so! So, you know the result: a…

This is a delicious Korean style dish that is super quick and easy to make, especially on the Blackstone Griddle! I originally learned how to cook this awesome dish from Chungah in which I’ve modified it to be cooked on the Blackstone Griddle. Korean Ground Beef Rice Bowl Ingredients 1/4 Cup – Light Brown Sugar1/4 Cup – Light Soy Sauce (Reduced sodium is preferred but regular will work)2 Teaspoons – Sesame Oil1/2 Teaspoon – Crushed…

New to the Blackstone Griddle or looking for something different to try? Look no further, this Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry will surely have the family coming back for seconds. Plus it comes with this awesome homemade Teriyaki sauce which couples perfectly with this stir fry recipe on the Blackstone Griddle! The teriyaki sauce has the perfect amount of spice from the crushed red pepper but comes back with a little sweetness from the delicious honey.…

One of the primary reasons I branched out from my Big Green Green and picked up this 28″ Blackstone Griddles is because I was looking for something that was easily transportable for camping. In doing this, nobody wants to haul an extra 20 lb tank with them if you have two 30 lb tanks strapped to the front of your camper ready to go. To solve this issue I recommend simply picking up a few…

Smoked Chicken Gyro’s on the Big Green Egg or Kamado Joe topped with Tzatziki sauce is a light delicious meal for the whole family. It delivers a delicious touch of Greek flavor along with a light touch of smoke. Your family will surely be requesting these smoked chicken gyro’s to be added to the recipe list for future cooks! Smoked Chicken Gyro’s Ingredients Chicken Breasts (Otto’s is preferred around here)1 – Cucumber1 – Red Onion1…

These deliciously twice baked potatoes on the BGE or Kamado Joe will surely have your family coming back for seconds! They are loaded with cheese, bacon, sour cream all with a touch of minced garlic and paprika. Smoked Twice Baked Potato Ingredients 1/2 Cup MilkGround Pepper6 strips of Bacon1/2 Cup – Sour Cream4 Tablespoons Butter6 Potatoes (scrubbed)Extra Virgin Olive Oil1/2 teaspoon – PaprikaGreen Onions (Optional)1 Tablespoon – Minced Garlic1 Cup – Cheddar & Monterey Jack…

This is a deliciously, easy and healthy Swiss Cheese Chicken Breast Melt on the Big Green Egg that will surely satisfy the family at the dinner table. The moist chicken breast is topped with melted Swiss cheese, sautéed peppers, onions and mushrooms. Not a fan of Swiss cheese? No problem, swap the cheese out with Shredded Cheddar & Monterey Jack! Swiss Cheese Chicken Breast Melt Ingredients ButterRed OnionMushroomsSwiss CheeseChicken BreastsRed Bell PepperExtra Virgin Olive OilItalian…

This is an excellent smoked salsa recipe which includes fresh tomatoes, onion and jalapenos. You will surely notice your guests coming back for seconds. Smoked Salsa Ingredients 5 – Tomatoes1/4 – Red Onion1 – Jalapeno’sCilantro (Add to preferred taste)2 Teaspoons – Minced Garlic (or fresh garlic cloves)1 Tablespoon – Lime Juice1 Teaspoon – White Vinegar How to Setup the Big Green Egg (Or Kamado Joe) for Smoked Salsa This smoked salsa is an indirect cook…

It’s always so nice to be able to get out in your backyard and do some grilling when the weather permits. Many people look forward to being able to use their charcoal grills to get that fine flavor that they dream of. Charcoal grilling is a lot of fun but sometimes you wind up with a lot of charcoal ash and you aren’t sure what to do with it. This can be problematic since you…

To the uninitiated, propane may seem like just propane. All of it is the same, right? But that couldn’t be further from the truth. There are actually two kinds of propane that are commonly known as high-pressure propane and low-pressure propane. Understanding the difference between the two, when to use one versus the other, and so on can help you get a better grasp on the two and how to implement them into your life.…

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