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Betty Crocker
If you're a fan of potato salad but need a new twist, try this delicious pasta salad! It's great served at backyard barbecues with grilled burgers, chicken or ribs.
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Lauren Chattman
This is a great summer salad, perfect with all kinds of barbecue and grilled foods. It's also a wonderful way to brighten up a winter dinner of broiled chicken or beef.
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dethkloth
I found this dish after digging forever on the internet for something to do with these albacore steaks my boyfriend bought. It's relatively easy, you can barbecue or grill it, and it's delicious. Make sure you marinate for a couple of hours for the flavor to sink in.
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This recipe is also good for teriyaki beef tenderloin. For beef, just marinate beef & weave onto thin barbecue sticks & grill quickly.
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dLife
Try this Portobello Burgers over Sauteed Vegetables recipe or find other Vegetable recipes and Barbecue & Grilling recipes .
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Good4U
This can turn into a favorite vegetarian main for dinner or lunch as well. Make the polenta ahead of time so all you need to do is turn on the barbecue and grill everything. This combination of creamy polenta and crunchy grill marks enhances the sweetness of those little juicy red tomatoes. Recipe from Emily Richards
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I'mPat
This one was given to me by a girlfriend and be cooked on the barbecue or grill plate. Lamb can be marinated longer, even overnight if desired. Cooking time will vary depending on thickness of chops/cutlets but on average I find about 3 minutes per side will give a slight pink centre and be moist.
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Soluna
From Australian Women's Weekly. You will need 1/3 cup uncooked rice for this recipe.Meat mixture can be prepared and refrigerated the day before required. The uncooked mixture can be wrapped and frozen for up to 3 months if desired. Cooking time is an estimate as each barbecue or grill is different.
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Irmgard
This recipe from Chatelaine magazine is a great way to use up leftover barbecued chicken, grilled corn, and grilled peppers. You can simplify things like I did by using cooked corn kernels and roasted peppers out of a jar. The dressing is tasty, too. You can use all mayonnaise or all yogurt if preferred, instead of using half of each as I do.
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Elizabeth Karmel
Grilling expert Elizabeth Karmel doesn't reserve her favorite method of cooking for burgers and steaks: Try her easy recipe for grilled dessert pizza and you'll want to cook everything on the barbecue too.
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shirleyoma
This traditional Texas-style Beef Brisket recipe will produce a great piece of smoked meat. This basic recipe gives you all you need to know to smoke a brisket. From here you can learn to take your brisket to a whole new level. From Derrick Riches, Your Guide to Barbecues & Grilling.
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Joshua Bousel
Each week Joshua Bousel drops by with a recipe for you to grill over the weekend. Fire it up, Joshua! I'm going out on a limb here, because this is technically not barbecue, or grilling. But there are few other sides so ubiquitous with both as barbecue beans. Although tastes vary widely across the nation, I can't think of a barbecue joint I've been that has not had beans on their menu, and it's also, rightfully, one of the most frequent sides cooked up in my house. It's hard for me to fire up the smoker without making a batch of these beans—especially since I can just throw them in with whatever is smoking and let them cook, low and slow, until the perfect balance of flavor and tenderness is achieved. It takes a good six hours or so for this to happen, but patience is well rewarded, with a deeply sweet and meaty tasting bean that has just the right touch of heat to balance it all out. Barbecue Beans Adapted from Alton Brown
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