Monthly Archives: August 2014

Grilled Cheese Corn on the Cob

Corn on the cob is a summertime favorite and this time of year (late August) it’s plentiful here in Wisconsin.  While there are a number of ways to cook corn on the cob, grilling has to be by far the best way to enjoy this veggie!  Continue to read to see how to take an ordinary go-with veggie to what may end up to be the main attraction at dinner!

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Smoked Beer Butt Chicken

Just a little over a year ago, I purchased my Green Mountain Grill because I was never patient enough to grill chicken to perfection.  I would burn the outside while it was raw on the inside.  More than once I ended up just tossing the chicken out — not cool.  

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NOT your parents hot dogs….Or are they?

It’s summer, it’s August and it’s my youngest daughter’s birthday.  What do we do to celebrate you ask?  We go camping!  Except, this year for the first time in about 30 years, I don’t have a camper/trailer/tent/seasonal camp site large enough for the entire family.  So, we do the next best thing,

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Grilled Porterhouse Steaks

Seriously, is there anything better off a grill than a huge steak?  Okay, there is; my pulled pork and few other favorite recipes come to mind, but steak has to be in the top three without a doubt!  I’ve had some awesome Prime Rib that was smoked, pulled pork that takes a good 8-10 hours,

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Grilled Vidalia Onions and Mushrooms

Weekend Grilling and Smoking should be easy, fun and enjoyable.  My last post on Bacon wrapped jalapeno peppers certainly fits that description, and so did these two veggie dishes that we had as  part of our main course.  Smoked, then grilled (I will explain that in a bit) Vidalia Onions and sliced fresh mushrooms.  

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