Sample recipes from Grillin' with Gas

Christmas Prime Rib

The English have served prime rib as their Christmas dinner for centuries, and many of us are bringing that tradition home to our holiday...

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Veal Chops with Worcestershire-Horseradish Glaze and Sage Butter

Sometimes I think I would just as soon have a veal chop as a good steak. Bold and lively flavors are a perfect foil against veal’s tender...

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“Yakitori” Pork with Japanese Gremolata

Yakitori houses are so common in Japan that there’s one section of Tokyo that has street after street full of these tiny restaurants, and...

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Simply Luxurious Lamb Chops with Rhubarb-Chutney Sauce

If you’re not a lamb eater, this is a good recipe to start with. Nothing could be more straightforward, more elegant, and more delightful...

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Chicken Spiedini

Every nation has a word for chunks of meat roasted on a stick. Spiedini is that word in Italian. What could be bad about this recipe? Qui...

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Thai Barbecue Chicken Thighs with Peanut Sauce

Think of that tasty standby, Thai chicken satay, and transfer those flavors to a moist chicken thigh and you’ve got a general idea of how...

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Herb-Marinated Monkfish with Sherry Vinaigrette

Monkfish may be the ugliest critter in the ocean. If you met one up close and personal, it would scare the living daylights out of you. F...

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Gene’s Northern California Planked Salmon

Planking fish has become wildly popular in the past few years. Its actually the original barbecue of the Northwest. It adds a special flavor and a subtle smoke.

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Katrina’s Seattle Salmon Burgers

Katrina Moore is a friend of mine who lives in Seattle. We worked out this salmon burger recipe together. The biggest thing we had to ove...

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Peanut Sauce

Peanut sauce is a lovely condiment from Southeast Asia. Mainly used with satays, it’s also great with grilled fish.

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Grilled Bread and Tomato Salad

The Italian classic panzanella gets a new spin when you grill the bread. This added dimension, I think, further brings out the summer swe...

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