When it comes to grilling fish, many folks tend to stick with the basics -- salmon on a cedar plank. While this has become a true classic, the truth is that there are so many more flavorful options available when it comes to type of fish and grilling style including this recipe for grilled tuna steaks with a bold arugula pesto.Read More
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
Whether it's a makeshift grate cleaner, a cost effective vegetable grilling basket, or a flavorful replacement for traditional skewers, Grillocracy's got 10 hacks to help step up your grilling game.Read More