I would like to thank BBQ Host for this guest post. As a Canadian, we don’t celebrate the fourth of July but his great recipes honour our wonderful neigbours’ holday. I suggest you check out his site. It has great information on grilling, tutorials and grilling rigs.
I have made PIA (pain in the pants) chicken before. It is a lot of work. However, I have this defective gene that wants to make food as tasty as I can. I just can’t help making food the best I can regardless of the work. Continue reading PIA Cajun Chicken Thighs→
I love Cajun flavours. Many people think they are spicy, but the real deal has a touch of heat and a lot of flavour. This is my homage to the Cajun flavours. It is a seasoning mix that can be added to other dishes or used as a BBQ rub. Continue reading Cajun Seasoning→
A friend had a cardiac incident and mentioned my recipes were mostly not allowed on his new diet. I really felt for him but have cooked for various restrictions and realize you can make good food that is low fat. What is something you think you might never have again on a low fat diet? Sausage Gravy? Wrong. Here is a tasty low fat version. Continue reading Gayle’s Low Fat Sausage Gravy→
I love honey mustard chicken wings. I also love Carolina Pulled Pork with mustard sauce. As usual, when I love two things that are even slightly related, something in my brain fires, my hands start to tremble, and I must start trying a new recipe. I simply had to make wings with a BBQ sauce flavoured with honey mustard. Thus, BBQ Honey Mustard Wings were born. Continue reading BBQ Honey Mustard Wings→