Really Spicy Margarita Recipe | Devour The Blog: Cooking Channel’s Recipe and Food Blog

Many drinks promise a bite, but this serrano pepper-kissed spicy margarita delivers. Get the recipe for our favorite Spicy Margarita.

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Blueberry Smash for Friday Cocktails sounded perfect for summer with berries, citrus and St. Germain (San-Jer-Man), an all-natural elderflower liqueur produced in France. If you have not tried St. Germain, it’s a lovely liqueur (and that includes the bottle; it is gorgeous) that is made from processing fresh, handpicked blossoms of the elderflower found in the Alps. It has a wonderful floral nose with hits of pear, peach and grapefruit zest so it’s a great pairing with many fruits, champagne and in this case, vodka.

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Grilled Artichokes Recipe

This grilled artichokes recipe is the perfect summer treat, especially served with a spicy lemon aioli. Get the recipe at PBS Food.

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Coffee Types

Coffee. Mmmm.

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Vanishing of the Bees | Documentary Film

The documentary film “Vanishing of the Bees” unveils the phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) and the real causes of bee death all over the U.S.

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Peanut Butter Bourbon Milkshake Recipe=

Maple syrup and a healthy dose of bourbon add a delectable kick to this grown-up take on a vanilla milkshake, served at Seattle’s Skillet Diner.

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Pork Roast recipe Low and Slow

Some call this easy to grill Pork Butt recipe pure Pork Porn. You decide. To serve it up, all you need to do is get some pork shoulder roasts, layer on some …

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Smokin’ ribs, shrimp, salmon

Memorial day, we were invited to a friend’s house for a soiree using his new smoker for the 1st time. It was Memorial Day and I really wanted to do some grillin’, not just consume it.  I wanted get my own smoker going.  I like how I do it. And Deana had been wanting to try some smoked Cajun garlic shrimp.

I started up the charcoal, put the smoking wood on water, and went to scavenge in the freezers.

What else can I smoke today?

Since I’m getting the smoker ready, I like to fill it up when I can. Seems like such a waste of good smoke it I’m going to smoke just one thing. I found the bag of raw, tail-on shrimp. Then a small rack of country spare ribs popped up – I was so happy, because I really wanted to smoke some ribs. A nice piece of Alaskan Wild Sockeye Salmon surfaced in the freezer, too. Nom-nom. Turkey brats and turkey dogs.

Back to the smoker. The coals were hot, so I tossed some smoking hickory wood chunks and apple wood chunks.

In a few minutes, the smoker smelled like, well, heaven. brinkman smoker smoking meat

How, I had to figure out what I was going to smoke the shrimp in. I thought foil. Nope, too flimsy and it would leak out all the mixins. I found an old, large pan in the garage we use for camping.

I heated up the pan on the stove and melted a stick of butter (the real, salted stuff). I chopped fresh garlic cloves and added my favorite Cajun seasoning. I did add some garlic powder to thicken it up a bit.I let it all melt and mix together, then I tossed in the shrimp. I put the whole pan in the smoker with the other meats.

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Now to the ribs…I pulled off the membrane scraping with a butter knife and pull with a paper towel. Then I used three different rubs – McCormick GrillMates Applewood Rub, Luzianne Cajun Seasoning, Schultz Gourmet Premium Seasoning & Rub (Colorado local) plus a little garlic.

I rubbed it in well on all sides and topped it off with J.Dogg Phair Red Hot Mama Barbecue Sauce. (Colorado local).

That went on the smoker, too. My turkey brats and hot dogs, plus the Cajun garlic salmon filled up the smoker.

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We had this for dinners for the next few days. It was soooo good!


Does sugar make you stupid? Study suggests it sabotages learning and memory – Best Blender

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What Do Those Codes On Stickers Of Fruits And Some Veggies Mean? – Best Blender

By reading the PLU code, you can tell if the fruit was genetically modified, organically grown or produced with chemical fertilizers, fungicides, or herbicides.

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