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[2 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]
How to Grill an In-N-Out Burger

Those are good burgers, Walter.
If you are looking for an unusual grilling twist on gameday, how about surprising your fellow tailgaters with a fresh In-N-Out style burger?  Serious Eats has reconstructed the cult favorite.  Everything including the bun, meat, dressing, and vegetables have been analyzed and step-by-step instructions show you how to rebuild the popular burger.  Though nailing the recipe requires some attention to detail, the ingredients really boil down to only a handful of required ingredients:

The patties: 2 ounces each, pressed flat to 4-inches in diameter
The bun: Arnold, toasted …

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[28 Feb 2010 | One Comment | ]
8 Desserts for the Grill

That tailgate grill isn’t just for cooking up burgers and ribs.  There are some pretty good desserts you can grill up too.  After all, who wouldn’t want to satisfy their sweet tooth before heading into the stadium?
Here are 8 great dessert recipes to try out on your tailgate grill.
Classic S’mores – here is a version of the basic s’mores recipe, tailored for grilling.  On a cold day, you can’t go wrong with s’mores.
Peanutty S’mores – described as “more gooey and more tasty”, this version replaces the traditional chocolate bar with …

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[17 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
How to Grill a Pizza

You eat pizza while watching the game at home…why not enjoy it while tailgating?  Grilling pizza is probably a lot easier than you think and the results are fantastic.
Making the Crust
You’ve got two options here.  You can pick up a store bought Boboli pizza crust or you can make a crust from scratch if you feel adventurous.  I’ve made this crust myself and it was surprisingly simple.  You only need a few items to make the crust dough, enough for two pizzas:

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[31 Dec 2009 | One Comment | ]
5 Ways to Grill Better Burgers

Burgers are a staple at tailgate parties and don’t get nearly enough attention.  We take for granted that everyone knows how to do a burger.  Here are a few tips to help raise the bar for your burgers.
1. Buy the right meat. Don’t just hit the display case and grab the first set of patties pre-packaged in styrofoam.  Go hit the meats counter and spend some time looking at your options.  Too often, people grab the lean ground beef  (10% or less).  No good.  Fat is your friend here.  …