Grilling fish can be intimidating for many backyard cooks as it is easy to go from grilling perfection to fish that is completely stuck to the grates and falling apart. While wood planks are a favorite method of ensuring delicate fish remains intact during the cooking process, wrapping it in banana leaves is another sure fire bet as it protects the fish while also imparting a subtle, almost earthy, flavor.Read More
I am a student of cookbooks; reading them as religiously as some folks might read the Bible. And while I am not one to actually make the dishes outlined between their pages, I thrive on taking inspiration from them and incorporating bits and pieces into the types of kicked-up barbecue and grilling recipes I often share here.
One such book that I have enjoyed cover-to-cover is Gastro Grilling: Fired Up Recipes to Grill Great Everyday Meals by Ted Reader (Penguin Canada 2013) as Ted takes pride in taking every recipe in it just a little bit further.Read More
Leave it to Chef Michael Symon to take grilled salmon to a new level with the addition of a Knob Creek Smoked Maple Bourbon glaze.Read More
We all know that grilled fish is good for you but it doesn’t always taste great. As such, Grillocracy is turning to Debbie Anderson of the blog Pineapples and Palm Trees for a grilled salmon marinade that she so accurately describes as “…a deliciously refined contemporary to original teriyaki sauce.” Simply mix up the marinade, let the fish soak in the fridge overnight, then grill it up for a flavor-packed main course that’s as flavorful as it is good for you!Read More