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Grilled Pizza August 28, 2014

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Grilled Pizza Party

Grilled Pizza Party

Well, the end of summer is upon us. Look around at all of the things you didn’t fix or get done. Then, grab a cold beer, take a big drink and forget about it. There are more important issues, like, what are we going to have for the big Labor Day barbecue. And, luckily, I have a great suggestion to wow the troops. I want you to try Grilled Pizza. It seems scary at first, but it is amazingly easy to do. (more…)

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The Bourbon Burger – An American Classic March 3, 2014

Posted by Bravado Cooking for Men in Classic American Dishes, Classic Grilling Recipes.
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So, my son-in-law, Patrick, and I were having a cocktail and he was wondering why we didn’t have the hamburger as an American classic on the website.  I said that I could never come up with anything interesting or unique to say about the ubiquitous “burger”.  He said maybe we needed to get alcohol involved in some way.  I had to agree.  After all, we had posted a great recipe called “Six-Pack Chicken” from another son-in-law, Andy. (more…)

Argentinean Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce – A Grilling Classic May 23, 2013

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Flank Steak

Summertime is upon us – women look better, beer tastes colder and, for some reason, we’re drawn like a magnet to the outside grill.  So, make sure you take a second look at our famous Six-Pack Chicken and try another grilling classic – Argentinean flank steak.  This is a relatively easy dish that you can prepare in about 90 minutes.  (more…)

Six-Pack Chicken – An American Classic June 15, 2012

Posted by Bravado Cooking for Men in Classic American Dishes, Classic Grilling Recipes, Recipes.
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Six-Pack Chicken

I wanted to continue with our series on French Classics, but I have run out of things that I know how to make.  I usually like to make a dish at least twice so that I can proceed to talk like the renowned expert that I am, but I’m going through a period of laziness and can’t get up for Vol Au Vent.  This languor made me think of Andy’s Six Pack Chicken, a wonderful slow method of making that great American Classic – BBQ Chicken.

Summertime, sunshine and weekends seem to make guys think of firing up the grill and drinking some beer.  This recipe is the perfect answer to that urge and creates some special fun – women get a chance to complain about the beer drinking and the men get to smile at each other and continue dong what they “damn well please”, while having good reason to do so. (more…)

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