Author: Dave

Amazing Broccoli Salad Recipe

This recipe is a favorite at all of our family gatherings. It has the right mix of sweet and salty. It gets rave reviews and people are constantly asking for the recipe. My daughter will eat this even though she doesn’t like broccoli. Ingredients: 4-5 Crowns of Broccoli 1lb of bacon 1/2 chopped red onion 1/2 cup raisins 1 cup mayonaise or salad dressing 2 tsp apple cider vinegar 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar Cook the bacon until it is done, but not crispy. Chop the broccoli crowns into bite sized pieces. Finely chop the red onion. Combine the broccoli, bacon, onion and raisins into a large mixing bowl. In a separate bowl, combine the mayo, apple cider vinegar, and sugar and stir until smooth. Using a large spoon or rubber spatula, mix the mayo/cider sauce into the broccoli salad. Mix until the sauce completely covers the broccoli mixture. Cover and refridgerate for a couple of hours before serving to combine the flavors of the broccoli, bacon, raisins, and onion with the sauce. It is a delicious side to any barbeque! Make sure you put your comments in about how it turns out or any variations that you would suggest....

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How to Light a Charcoal Grill

There are two main ways to light a charcoal grill. Both are safe and almost always work. The first way to light your grill is an electric charcoal starter 1. Take your electric lighter and put its metal end inside the bed of coals and plug the starter in. After about 2-3 minutes it will glow red and begin to light the coals. In about 11-12 minutes, after the starter is lighting the coals, or when about 3/4 of the coals are burning remove the starter. IMPORTANT! After the coals are burning do not use any lighter fluid on the briquettes! 2. Next put your grate on the grill and begin cooking. The second way to light your grill is to use a charcoal chimney. 1. First put your chimney on the grate of your grill and put a couple sheets of crumpled up newspaper in the bottom of the chimney. 2. Next fill your chimney with charcoal all the way to the top. 3. Light the newspaper with a lighter or some matches. 4. The coals are completely done when they glow bright orange. This generally takes about 15-20 minutes. IMPORTANT! After the coals are burning do not use any lighter fluid on the briquettes! 5. Finally empty the charcoal into your grill and spread them around evenly with a garden...

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Welcome to Barbeque Lovers

Welcome to This is the home of all things barbecue. We are working to create an online barbecue community full of recipes, hints, product reviews, accessories, etc. Drop us a comment to let us know how we are doing and what you would like to see more of!...

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