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Sandi (From CA)
In this Middle Eastern-style recipe, plain yogurt plays a double role: First it tenderizes the chicken, then it helps thicken and enrich the sauce. During the summer months, stoke up your barbecue and grill the chicken outdoors. The chicken thighs and coriander sauce can be served hot or at room temperature. The sauce can be made up to 24 hours ahead of time, kept covered in the fridge, but reheat it gently so it doesn't boil and separate. The chicken can marinate up to 24 hours, but broil it at the last minute. Time does not include marination.
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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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Joshua Bousel
Even with the holidays out of the way, there's no rest in party planning for me with my big 3-0 birthday bash coming up next weekend. Part of my game plan is to make sure I'm free to drink liberally, not tending to cooking or serving as I tend to be at most of my shin-digs. So if I want to sneak in some barbecue or grilling into the festivities, it has to be something that can safely be cooked ahead, which led me to try out these smoked and spiced nuts. I don't think I'd ever fire up the smoker or grill to just make nuts, but if I have something else going, say a ham or some ribs, these are a good use of the extra heat and smoke, especially if there's a party in my future. The recipe is easy, just take some mixed nuts and toss with a simple spice mixture, then smoke until they're nicely toasted. I've made roasted nuts a couple times before, but the addition of smoke here gives them a new, robust flavor that will keep me happily munching away as I continue toss back the beers at the start of a new decade of my life. Smoked and Spiced Nuts Adapted from Weber's Charcoal Grilling: The Art of Cooking with Live Fire by Jamie Purviance
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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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Chef Shadows
SOURCE : Derrick Riches, Your Guide to Barbecues & Grilling, About.com In Texas, beans mean pinto beans. These beans are cooked up with brisket burnt ends and barbecue sauce to make them the perfect side dish for barbecue brisket. If you don't have burnt ends try a grilled steak cooked well. You will want smoky flavor for these barbecue beans.
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Cooking for 2
Find recipes for Grilled Pineapple Chicken Sandwiches and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a small skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp. Remove to paper towels. Flatten chicken to 3/8-in. thickness; brush both sides with oil. Grill, uncovered, over medium heat for 4 minutes. Turn; brush with barbecue sauce. Grill 3-4 minutes longer or until juices run clear.
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Iron Woman
I found this recipe online from Derrick Riches guide to barbecue and grilling. If you've had Brazilian barbecue beef before, you know how delicious it is. Almost any kind of meat can be used for this recipe. If you wish you can place the pieces on a rotisserie. Serve with Brazilian or white rice. This recipe is yummy and easy!
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westivan
This recipe has been passed around most of my town; everyone who tries it LOVES it and asks for the recipe. If you don't have fresh lemons, only juice (eg in a bottle), you can leave the rind out. Delicious side dish to barbecued or grilled meat. Tastes even better the next day. Cook time is chill time.
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