Barbeque

Grilled Oysters with Herb Butter

by Matthew Petrelis
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It’s summer and like I said in this post for Beef, Stout & Oyster Pie last week, I am oyster-crazy right now. Once grilled, small oysters take on an sweeter, concentrated note. And topped with herb butter, well, it’s basically game over. Thanks to Matthew’s recipe, you know where I’ll be next weekend: huddled by

What We’re Grilling: Recipes for the 4th of July

by Rachel Wilson
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Happy (early) Fourth of July everyone! I don’t have the statistics to back me up on this, but I suspect that our Nation’s Birthday is the day that the largest number of barbeque grills are used in the United States (followed by Labor Day and Memorial Day). If you aren’t hosting a BBQ, you’ll probably

Chai-Smoked Spareribs

by Tara Bellucci
Chai Smoked Spareribs

When Joanne Chang expanded beyond the world’s best cinnamon buns and scones to New England-sourced Taiwanese soul food and Southeast Asian street food, Boston perked up. Meyers + Chang is packed most nights with happy eaters and dishes to inspire that happiness. Thank goodness, Tara was also inspired to recreate one of their best dishes. Now

Broiled Grapefruit with Caramelized Brown Sugar

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
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Can you tell we have a thing here at Eat Boutique for citrus? It just makes us swoon. Take for example the recent rash of grapefruit recipes, which include  Grapefruit Blood Orange Granita and Grapefruit Sloe Gin Fizz; and then there’s just general citrus love with Rachel’s Seven Citrus-licious Confections. Today, Denise makes citrus hot….literally.

Grilled Turkey

by Jill Chen
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Cooking turkeys has long been fodder for sitcoms, with the overachieving first-time-holiday-hostess haplessly serving a frozen bird or salvaging a charred turkey from the depths of the oven. Even for a seasoned cook (in real life), the turkey plus all the sides can be a daunting task. With magazine after magazine saying just grill that

Fresh Fish and Chips

by Josephine Rozman
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Fish and chips are traditionally beer-battered or deep-fried, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But I wondered: How about fish and chips made on a barbecue? Josephine, an Australian who knows a thing or two about grilling, took her assignment to heart, involving her husband and her sweet dog. The results are mouth-watering. I’m stacking

Bonfire Food: Banana Boats

by Shelby Larsson
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S’mores have long held the seat of honor at summer bonfires.   The promise of melty chocolate and perfectly golden marshmallows sandwiched between two squares of graham crackers will quickly send kids running to look for the perfect roasting stick. It’s no question that these messy, decadent outdoor treats are worthy of the attention paid

Grilled Figs with Mascarpone Cheese

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
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I will take figs any possible way you can serve them:  as a jam, on pizza, with ice cream, stuffed with goat cheese, dipped in chocolate, on a salad, by themselves…shall I go on?  And now, Denise has gone and grilled them and dressed them up with marscarpone and a port reduction – I am

Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles

by Shelby Larsson
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If summer went exactly as planned, I’d spend cool July evenings around a big bonfire in my back yard.  Friends would gather, we’d cook easy summer dishes, grill up some meat and top our burgers and dogs with homemade fixin’s — like these bread and butter pickles.  Unfortunately, we’ve had quite a heat wave so

Wicked Good Barbecue

by Tara Bellucci
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I like to be surrounded by cookbooks.  I let them pile up and inspire me.  Digging in to a new one or leafing through an old favorite make me equally happy.  They are a rainy day comfort, I can pick one up before bed, heck, some even make great beach reads.  And this one –

Pulled Pork Party

by Maggie Battista
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We’re a smoking couple and, by that, I don’t mean that we smoke cigarettes or revel in our looks, I promise. By smoking, I mean that we spend much of the summer, and I do mean *much* of the summer, slowly cooking all sorts of local meats with wet wood in different types of vessels

Buttermilk Slaw

by Maggie Battista
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I abhor traditional cole slaw. I know that’s strong words for a simple shredded salad, but supermarket delis have really spoiled traditional cole slaw for me. It always tastes the same – too creamy, heavy and, well, just like a big tub of mayonnaise with a few, sparse veggies. Today, I prepped burgers for some

Michelbob’s Ribs, Naples, Florida

by Maggie Battista
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Mmm, we love ribs. Hmm, love may be the wrong word and definitely an understatement. We’re obsessed with ribs. We try them everywhere we go and have become amateur pit masters, and by amateurs, I mean we own two smokers and one grill, we attend (but do not compete in) local barbecue competitions and we

Big, Gigantic, Cheesy, Lopsided, Not Perfect Burger

by Maggie Battista
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I don’t believe I ever shared photos of my big, gigantic, cheesy, lopsided burger: It’s nestled in a slightly-over-charred bun with butter lettuce leaves from my garden. It’s filled with gorgonzola cheese and topped with caramelized red onions. It’s thick and rich and lopsided, but perfect. Perfectly not perfect. And it looks damn pretty, albeit

Smoked Pork Butt, Pulled, Shredded, Whatever

by Maggie Battista

I set to cook on the morning of July 4th with so many meals in mind. So. Many. Meals. While I knew I was serving blue cheese filled all-natural burgers for the holiday barbecue, I had a two-pound piece of pork from the rear of the piggy that I wanted to smoke. It was a

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