Almost everyone that is enthusiastic about grilling or cooking has a box or a binder somewhere in their kitchen that is probably stuffed full of miscellaneous recipes.These are recipes that a relative may have given away. Or they may simply be great recipes that come in the mail or on the package of a favorite
product. Well, I've stacked all of my loose recipes and added them to the ODCW database. This summer I will develop an App for iPhone and one for the rest of the phone universe, so instead of being rude, and texting folks who are not at the dinner party or barbecue you are attending, you can search for and display any recipe you previoulsy found at Outdoor Cooking World.
I love home-made butter. When you don't have time to churn, bring butter to room temp. and mix with delicious ingredients.
Another excellent mustard based sauce. Try any flavor or brand of mustard that you prefer for variation.
Need an appetizer while things are heating up on the horizontal drum? Try this flavorful bean filled tortillas grilled on the side.
You can roast these fish on a roasting pan on the grill or in the oven for a crispy delight.
This is a great side dish. It is also suitable as a main dish and goes well with a brat or a mett.
Oysters on the grill? Just don't let them slip through the grate. I'm kidding, these BBQ oysters are made great in a pan.
Nice subtle combination of trout and seasoning
Cooking a brisket or a large roast can produce mouth watering, juicy and more importantly tender slices of meat. The trick is to use a roasting bag safe for an oven. To use one on the grill, try a Finnish style version with embedded wood chips. It will add the smoke flavor to the roast without overpowering the rest of the grill.
Porterhouse Steak on a grill bottom black iron skillet
Susan says that her husband, who I am pretty sure is named Bill Nixon, loves to make this recipe from garden fresh banana peppers grown in their garden in Mexico where they are called "botanas."