New South Grilling: Fresh and Exciting Recipes from the Third Coast
Sample recipes from New South Grilling: Fresh and Exciting Recipes from the Third Coast
Ahi, bluefin, and all fresh varieties of tuna work well here. Great for a summer party by the pool.
A twist on the tried-and-true New Orleans classic. This is a less anise-flavored version; I prefer the flavor profile here to the original.
A good use for leftover whole grilled beef tenderloin. Substitute cabbages such as Savoy, bok choy, or your mama’s green cabbage.
Make all of the components ahead of time and grill the chops at the last minute.
Preheat oven to 350°. Remove the outermost layers of the skin on the garlic heads. Cut the top off so that the garlic cloves are exposed ...
Brush this no-stick grilling marinade on burgers or steaks 30–45 minutes before grilling. A tarragon-flavored vinegar is a great substitu...