Recipe Categories: beef, chicken/poultry, pork, seafood, main dishes, sandwiches, side dishes, soups & stews, spices, rubs, & sauces, grill/smoker, oven, sous vide, stovetop
This low country boil recipe is inspired by Frogmore stew. I like it spicy so I use my Creole seasoning and polish sausage.
I’ve got a secret that will turn sea scallops from advanced ingredient to dinner staple.
If you read my blog about grilled salmon kabobs, you know one of the things I love about the skewer is the ease it brings to grilling fish. Cedar plank salmon is even easier, plus some added benefits that I’ll get into. Learning how to grill plank salmon is easy, and after reading this blog …
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These grilled Argentinian red shrimp are the most popular seafood recipe on my blog. Not only because they’re absolutely amazing, but because they’re simple. If you like those, you’re going to love these citrus and dill salmon kabobs. I’m a huge fan of kabobs, especially these grilled chimichurri chicken kabobs. They’re fun and easy to …
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Easy weeknight meals to toss on the grill – from quick recipes like strip steak and tacos to smoked favorites like burgers and tri-tip.
Roasted branzino carries the accent flavors of fresh lemon, rosemary, and thyme in this quick and impressive dish.
Try this flavorful, easy recipe to enjoy grilled lobster tail without the hassle of removing the shells. Ten minutes to prep, ten minutes to cook.
This homemade seafood stock recipe uses lobster shells and shrimp shells, but if you have crab shells or fish bones, toss those in too.
This stand-alone side dish makes the perfect companion for a smoked and seared prime rib or a pan-seared strip steak.