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This week we’re talking Fargo Beer Company Summer Wheat, firkin kegs, Chopped Grill Masters, and cooking whole chickens.
This week we’re discussing the world of marinades. Learn the basic components of a marinade and start making your own while saving money!
We’re getting back into the weekly grilling grind post Independence Day and talking about a couple of our favorite weekday grilling foods.
I came up with this corn dish while brainstorming for a simple, low maintenance side dish for my family’s Fourth of July get together. It’s inspired by classic Mexican recipes like Mexican Street Corn, smothered in queso fresco and chili powder, that you’d typically find in a food truck. However, I put a little Midwestern spin it – aka cream cheese.
Midwesterners seem to love every food that’s white: cream, potatos, egg salad, walleye, you name it. So naturally, I figured smothering something in the cream-cheese-esque cheese known as Boursin would do the trick to satisfying my family’s taste buds because to them it doesn’t look “weird.” It’s an easy way to pack extra flavor into something that looks comforting and is by no means intimidating.
This recipe is actually inspired by Marlboro’s Fifty from the Trail cookbook. The beauty behind Big Ol’ Mess is that there’s no rules. You can literally make it a thousand different ways to tailor it to your taste. It’s also the easiest, no brainer, low maintenance, beer friendly grillin’ side known to man.
When I came across the Grill Comb my immediate reaction was, “Oh great, another grilling gimmick,” but after a little thought this skewer alternative might not be as useless as I originally assumed.
The Huffington Post just featured a video from CHOW on how to spiral cut your hot dogs. This is a great, fun tip especially when you’re grilling with kids. The same idea works for brats, however, I’m not sure I’d recommend it as a brat’s or sausage’s casing holds in a lot of vital juices.
This week the podcast takes place in Bill’s studio as we bang out some Fourth of July tips in time for the holiday!