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tasteofBBQ

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about me:

Hi, I'm Ian and I'm host of www.tasteofBBQ.com where I share BBQ & Grilling recipes and tips that we've tested until perfect.

Tough job but someone's gotta do it!

favorite foods:

Pretty much anything I can BBQ & Grill, which is pretty much anything!

Maple Baked Beans

Maple Baked Beans

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There's likely a million different ways and recipes for making baked beans. Every family usually has their "go-to" recipe for this time honored comfort food and the recipe is a well-guarded secret. I've since discovered a couple twists on this old favorite and would love to share them with you. I'm not sure if the "secret" to this baked bean recipe is the healthy dose of Maple Syrup, or in how the beans are actually cooked. I make these in a large dutch oven and cook them on my BBQ for about 4 hours which free's up my oven to make other things. Maybe next time you go to make beans give this recipe a try, I don't think you'll be disappointed and who knows, maybe you'll discover a new family-secret baked beans recipe.

Reindeer Pie

Reindeer Pie

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Public Service Announcement: No Reindeer were harmed while making these pies! OK, so we don't actually use reindeer when making these meat pies but if you're adventurous enough you can always subsitute venison for the beef. This recipe takes the best of the traditional French-Canadian Tourtiere meat pie and adds a couple new twists to bring all the flavors to life. I first developed this recipe in 2002 and our family's been enjoying it every Christmas Eve for dinner since then. The slices of reindeer tourtiere pie are great with a little beef gravy drizzled on them before serving. This recipe makes two 9" pies. These pies also freeze very well. Also, the meat mixture can be made up a day or so ahead and refrigerated until needed. Merry Christmas! pssst, you can enjoy BBQ & Grilling year-round at www.tasteofBBQ.com

Nuts & Bolts

Nuts & Bolts

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Look familiar? Nuts & Bolts is the perfect Christmas and New Years party snack that you might recognize from the store (called Bits & Bites). This recipe is quite old, handed down from my Grandmother, but it hasn't gone out of style and we make a batch every year at Christmas. If you're on a health kick, you may as well skip this recipe. If you love the decadent life at Christmas then dive right in! This recipe makes enough to fill two of the large disposable aluminum roasting pans - you'll have lot's to share with friends and family! I generally make these in the evening and get them in the oven around 7pm or 8pm. Stir them a couple times before bed. Let them cook overnight for about 12 hours.

Candied Pecans

Candied Pecans

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Christmas is the most popular time of year for entertaining family and friends and food always plays an important role in bringing people together. But as you probably already know planning parties and get-togethers takes a lot of work. When it comes to snacks and nibblies you'll want something that's easy, you can make ahead and people will actually love. Welcome to candied pecans. These are so easy to make, you're kids can help you, and the taste is out of this world. Addictive is a pretty good word to describe them. It's fun to watch someone eat one or two and then just stand by the bowl until they've emptied it. Better make two batches. And don't forget, after Christmas lot's of people still BBQ and grill so head on over to www.tasteofBBQ.com to see what they're up to.

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