Showing posts with label barbeque. Show all posts
Showing posts with label barbeque. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Celebrations: red bandana bbq sticks

The summer barbeque plans continue from yesterday. Once your invitations are sent out, start making your barbeque buffet accessories.

These grill sticks are perfect if you’re making steaks. As the steaks come off the grill, mark them “well done”, “medium” or” medium rare”. If you’re not making steaks, change the flags to describe what you’ve grilled - chicken, fish, veggies.

Keep the theme going with these cute corn on the cob sticks. Add a scrap of red bandana to each stick.


 
See you tomorrow for more summer barbeque ideas.


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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Good Taste: dad’s pickles

We’re halfway through barbeque season, so I decided it was time to make pickles. This recipe is actually my grandfather’s. When my mom gave me the recipe card it said “Dad’s Pickles” so that is what they will always be called.


If you’ve ever had a homemade pickle, you know what I’m talking about - fresh with a slight crunch – so different than a store bought pickle. The ingredients are simple; water, vinegar, salt, sugar, pickling cucumbers, garlic and fresh dill. Oh, and jars.


They’re easy to make and your popularity soars when you share them with friends.


If you’d like to try making “Dad’s Pickles” you’ll find the recipe under the Goodie Bag tab. Enjoy!