What do you get when you combine a meal of Duck, Chicken, Pig, Frog and Rabbit? GrateTV calls it a salute to Daffy, Porky, Michigan J Frog and Bugs. It’s a quick overview of our last few episodes. Have a grate Labor Day holiday and remember to send GratePlate photos to our site HERE
Our latest from http://gratetv.com on preparing a LOONY TOONS bbq. Take a look… more next week.
Frog legs are usually served fried but since we’re all about the ‘que we tried to fire things up on a gas grill.
It this week’s show Chef Paul Stewart from the Palmetto Bay Sunrise Cafe shows us his method of wrapping the meaty stems with a strip of bacon and what he calls “Stu Spice”. See more GrateTV podcasts at http://GrateTV.com.
Got a favorite way to do frog legs? Let us know in comments.
Ever sculpt your dinner?
Here’s a dramatic way to present BBQ chicken that bakes in all the flavor and adds a fun exclamation point to the start of the meal. Imagine presenting a guest with a clay sculpture of the chicken he or she is about to eat. They bust it open and have a succulent chicken ready to eat. Super fun. Jack Waiboer and GrateTV took a look at this technique done up with a flourish at the 2012 Bovinova in Greer, SC. Also inspired by a Saveur article we dug up here.
GrateTV is our weekly BBQ and Grill show hosted by Jack Waiboer from http://carolinapitmasters.com and Barbecue Tricks founder Bill West.
The GrateTV weekly podcasts fires up an eye popping side dish. The fun is in the unusual preparation fully cooked inside your favorite Charcoal Chimney. One cabbage and one onion plus some chicken, butter, and beef flavor. Super simple, affordable and fun.
Charcoal 101 – Ever try to cook right on the coals? We risk a few nice steaks to test it out. Fire it up.
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