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Salt and Pepper Shrimp with Lemon Saffron Aioli Black-and-Blue Sashimi Tuna Steaks with Wasabi-Soy Dipping Sauce Grilled Vegetables It’s Indian summer and I look forward to the days of “feels like summer” every fall. Besides being the most beautiful time … Continue reading

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 September Blog: Tumbled Tomatoes Fire-Roasted Corn with Smokey-Paprika Butter The Cook’s Ribs      If someone asked me to capture the end-of-summer in three words, the three words would be tomatoes, corn and ribs! So, it should come as no surprise … Continue reading

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August Menu: Grilled Corn in the Husk North Carolina-Style Pulled Pork Sandwich Lexington Coleslaw I have taught many a foodie my recipe for pulled pork and my barbecue buddy, Steven Raichlen generously paid homage to my recipe in his tome, … Continue reading

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July Menu: A Trio of Kabobs: Italian Tomato, Basil and Mozzarella Kabobs  Patio Daddy-O Shish Kabobs  Grilled Topical Fruit Kabobs      Now it’s time to get a little retro and make a trio of kabobs.  This week’s menu is both … Continue reading

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Grilled Antipasto with Soprano Sauce Cedar Planked Salmon Maple-Rum Pineapple with Toasted Coconut Ice Cream      Summertime and the farmer’s markets are bursting!  Even this early in the summer, it is exciting to go to the market and see what … Continue reading

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Rethinking Chicken: How Food Fests Set Trends Could fried chicken in its many forms—Southern-style, Korean-spiced, even served in a waffle cone—be the next big trend in food? Elizabeth Karmel, executive chef of New York City’s Hill Country Chicken, can’t be … Continue reading

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  bon appetit blog Posted by Julia Bainbridge Filed under: Cooking Tips With the Fourth of July right around the corner, pretty much everything you’ve been searching for on our website has the word “grill” in front of it. (We … Continue reading

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New York Times, Dining & Wine Dinner’s Journal By Pete Wells Published July 9, 2012 When I used to go to Hill Country Barbecue Market as a civilian, I regarded the sides and desserts as unnecessary calories that would keep … Continue reading

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By Pete Wells Published: July 3, 2012 New York Times IN the line of duty, I’ve eaten food served on a curl of bark, food served on a slate shingle, food served on the end of a wire, food served … Continue reading

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While you are rushing around and enjoying the summer sunshine, take a break and prepare this heady, soul-satisfying pork roast. Known to us from the ad world as “the other white meat,” a pork loin roast is lean and delicious … Continue reading

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