Author: Grill Nation (James Brown)

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Parmesan Herb Salmon Pinwheels

Parmesan Herb Salmon Pinwheels sounds intense and intimidating, but let me be the first to tell you that this recipe is pretty simple with proper technique. The most important ingredient to make this a success is simply by using the center-cut fillet or you can leave the filler whole (like I did) and roll it...

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Seared Ahi Tuna Tostada

Seared Ahi Tuna Tostadas are one of my favorite recipes when I need a good dose of deliciousness. I prepared a pineapple salsa with a creamy avocado paste and topped them with fresh cilantro. All of the flavors are balanced and pleasant to enhance the tuna for a wonderful meal. The Ahi, or Yellowfin, Tuna...

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Reverse Seared Tomahawk Ribeye

The tomahawk ribeye steak stands alone at the top of the list for most bbq fanatics. Mostly because it checks off all of the lists with its flavor, presentation and size! The long bone provides a handle for you to hold while you bite straight into your steak, this is what we all have in...

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Beef Oxtail with a Creamy Mashed Potatoes

Beef oxtail might be one of the most underrated cuts of beef for bbq. I think it is because most people don’t understand how to prepare it, or it is time consuming because of the toughness of the meat. For Beef Oxtail, you need to braise it at a medium low temp and this will...

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Garlic Herb Butter Basted Surf and Turf

There are many different combinations of Surf and Turf and to be honest they are all delicious, in my opinion. The most common combinations would be filet and shrimp (or lobster) or ribeye and shrimp (or lobster), these are your two common combinations. I wanted to introduce one of my favorite cuts of beef to...

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Homemade Cheesesteaks

Cheesesteaks have many forms, unless you are from Philadelphia because they only believe in one cheesesteak (The Philly cheesesteak), and I have made them multiple different ways. For example, I decided to make Spinalis Cheesesteaks topped with provolone and pickled jalapeños. This is quite different from the standard “traditional” cheesesteak, which consist of shaved ribeye,...

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Smoked Beef Rib Burrito

If you’re a fan of smoked beef ribs, then you’ll love this recipe for a Smoked Beef Rib Burrito. This burrito is packed with flavor and sure to satisfy your hunger. Plus, it’s easy to make and can be tailored to your liking. So if you’re ready to get your hands dirty, let’s get started!...

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Honey Garlic Surf N Turf

Surf N Turf can be created in a variety of ways, for example; Ribeye and lobster, NY Strip and lobster, Ribeye and shrimp or even Filet and scallops. All the combos are delicious and for this Surf N Turf combo I went with ribeye and shrimp. The shrimp was cooked in an amazing honey and...

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Nashville Hot Chicken Burritos

Nashville hot chicken is a dish that was born out of necessity and has since become one of the most popular dishes in Tennessee. The story goes that a woman named Thornton Prince created the dish out of desperation after her husband returned home from World War II and was craving something spicy. She made...

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Surf N Turf Taquitos

Taquitos are definitely one of my family’s favorite appetizers or meals that we make when guests come over. They are fun and full of flavor, most importantly, I got creative and made Surf N Turf Taquitos that were an absolute favorite! I even impressed myself, so I wanted to make the recipe to share with...