New York Chicken Spiedies

New York Chicken Spiedies

So raise your hand if you’d like a Spiedie, maybe my New York Chicken Spiedies. If these are new to you, Spiedies are chunks of highly marinated meat, in this case, chicken, skewered and grilled to perfection, then served on a fresh, soft roll; it has to be soft, nothing too fancy. And then drizzled with the same garlicky herby vinaigrette it was marinated in, not just because that gives it a double dose of flavor, but because it also kind of melds that gorgeous, juicy grilled chicken and the bun into one cohesive sandwich.

New York Chicken Spiedies

New York Chicken Spiedies

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Cider Glazed Ribs

Cider Glazed Ribs

Well, I’m still in Atlanta, still waiting for my daughter’s wedding and getting all the treatment. A mani/pedi, a massage, cheese and wine. Directions on how to drive and park. (Kids, ugh.) Lemme tell ya, though, this is the life. These Cider Glazed Ribs I made a while back are all but a whisper of a memory, now, but I think they’d be fabulous on Memorial Day Weekend.

Apple Cider Glazed Ribs

Cider Glazed Ribs

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Sweet Ancho Spice Rub

Sweet Ancho Spice Rub

This is the season, isn’t it, if you haven’t already broken out the grill, to do it now? I * think* it’s finally safe, although this last week I had to get the winter jacket out as temperatures plummeted into the 30’s in the Twin Cities and Denver had snow. But if you are grilling for Memorial Day and doing ribs (or a pork butt) think about this Sweet Ancho Spice Rub.

Sweet Ancho Spice Rub

Sweet Ancho Spice Rub

 

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St Louis Pork Steaks

St Louis Pork Steaks

I’m not sure if anyone ever told me how to make St Louis Pork Steaks. When you grow up in Iowa (I know I just blew my St. Louis Pork Steak street cred – Missouri is one state south and Iowa is a huge pork producer) or the Midwest, there are certain dishes you just know how to make.

St Louis Barbecue Pork Steaks

St Louis Barbecue Pork Steaks

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