These recipes are the choices for the big game. Of course, chicken wings and true barbecue are always a great option. While most people will be dishing up favorite appetizers, you can go the extra yard by dishing up BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork or Beef Brisket. Barbecue can be kept warm and makes great finger food that fills you up. I'm sure your Super Bowl guests will appreciate the effort.
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A vendor style New York hot dog that comes topped with a delicious onion sauce. Easy to prepare and a great choice for game day.
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This is sure to be one of the best gourmet burgers you'll ever try. Large, well-seasoned patties are grilled to perfection, placed onto toasted Ciabatta bread with melted cheese and topped with a delectable port wine spread. Definitely a great burger for any occasion.
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You can never have too many chicken wing recipes! Try this Thai inspired recipe the next time you have a party. I guarantee that your guests will love it.
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What makes these meatball sandwiches stand out above the rest? Well for starters, its shape which is similar to kofta kebabs, allows the sandwich to hold together better. Second, it's served up on garlic bread.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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If you love gyros, you will love these succulent lamb sliders. Not only are they easy to prepare, but packed full of flavor.
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If you love salt and vinegar potato chips, then you'll love these tangy wings. Add a touch of cayenne pepper to the marinade to boost its spiciness.
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These ribs are mouth watering good! If you're throwing a huge cookout, this is the recipe to use. It calls for ten racks of ribs! You can always alter the recipe if you're making a smaller quantity.
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Despite what you might think, this is a classic hamburger. Legend has it that this burger was invented in Utah. I guess they know their burgers!Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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If you are a fan of black and blue steaks, you will definitely love this burger recipe. Topped with a blue cheese-mayonnaise mixture and hot fresh off the grill vidalia onion slices, these mouthwatering grilled burgers make a great addition to any cookout.
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These tri-tip sandwiches are perfect for any kind of game night, cookout, or family dinner.
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If you love steak tacos, then this recipe is sure to please. A wonderful go to recipe for weeknight grilling or any casual get-together.
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Apricot-Balsamic Chicken Wings
These wings are grilled then drizzled with a delicious apricot-balsamic reduction, and topped with chopped red onions and parsley. A wonderful addition to any get-together.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Herbed Pork Burgers with Tapenade Aioli
This is a great alternative to the standard beef burger. While this recipe calls for beef, you can substitute with ground chicken or turkey. The tapenade aioli adds a level of creamy deliciousness that helps to brighten the herbed flavor of the patty.
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Shrimp Scampi is a recipe typically cooked up in a saute pan with a rich, buttery sauce. We take this classic dish to the grill to give the shrimp a light char before hitting the sauce where it will soak up the butter and white wine to make this truly fantastic. The secret is that the shrimp sweat out the water they have been sitting in so they can draw in the flavor.
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There is no better way to spend time with family and friends than by sharing the open fire of a charcoal grill. When preparing my family favorite rib recipe, I like to tinker with dry rubs to keep friends and family on their toes with flavor.