Here is another delicious, yet simple recipe from The Food Addicts. Check out the entire posting on their site here.
Here’s what they have put together:
For something that is so simple, it is unbelievably tasty. At first I was thinking – what is so special about bacon-wrapped scallops? There’s not much to it, except wrapping cooked bacon around some scallops. Right? But when I took my first bite into this delectable appetizer, I was in heaven.
Here is another recipe from Cooking Outdoors. This time Gary is doing grilled shrimp with foil cooked veggies and rice. Check out his full recipe posting on the Taste of Home Community site.
What’s fast and easy to cook, looks like you payed big bucks at a fancy restaurant? Why it’s grilled Skewered Shrimp and Foil Cooked Vegetables and it is fast, easy, virtually no clean up and tastes fantastic. If you have a grill, foil, a few bamboo skewers and a cast iron skillet then you have the making of a great meal. This can easily be done over a live fire and coals in your backyard fire pit or at a tailgating event.
This hearty soup recipe is sent in by Deborah G. of Harpers Ferry, WV.
When we tried it (pictured here), we used Zweigle’s White Hots instead of the Brats (thanks to those back in WNY for sending them to satisfy the craving). It’s a good hearty soup and would be great accompanied with some garlic toast.
This recipe came from a holiday dinner at Lake Arrowhead. Made them again for a New Years Day BBQ. Topped with some dijon mustard. Very good!
Recipe is courtesy of Dylan G. and Nancy B., Venice, California.
The Food Addicts came up with this tasty recipe and thanks to them for sharing it with us:
Sometimes we have an urge to do something really different and random. We like using puff pastry because of the light and buttery texture, which goes well as a dessert. However, savory is just as good, and that’s what we did for this recipe. We threw together a few things to create this dish which had a combination of spiciness from the special hot sauce and delicate flakiness from the puff pastry. Trust us, this is a fun way to eat chicken!
This is the 3rd recipe from Life with Lindsay, which she is sending us just after Thanksgiving Day.
“Still wondering what to do with that leftover turkey from Thanksgiving? I used my trusted bottle of All Spice Café Chipotle Garlic Hot Sauce to spice up some shredded turkey.”
We really appreciate all the work Lindsay has put into creating these recipes and sharing them with us. Check out her blog, it’s definitely “A DELICIOUS BLEND OF TRAVEL, CREATIVITY, AND EPICUREAN ADVENTURES.”
Here is the 2nd in a series of recipes from Life with Lindsay. Check out her blog posting with this recipe, because she has a great write up about JD and dreaming about the All Spice Cafe. This recipe is a nice spin on the comforting mac’n cheese.
Thanks again to Lindsay for another great recipe!
At a tasting event in San Francisco during the FoodBuzz Blogger Festival, Foodzie asked us to present our products with other Foodzie Producers. One of the food bloggers that really showed an interest in our Gourmet Hot Sauces was Life With Lindsay. We sent her a Gourmet Hot Sauce Gift Box which recently received a Scovie Award, for her review.
This is Lindsay’s recipe for Caribbean Spiced Prosciutto-Wrapped Scallop Skewers. Thanks Lindsay!
This amazing recipe comes to us from our friends at Conklin’s Tailgate Bar and Grill (CBnG), the tailgaters in Western NY who have been tailgating at Buffalo Bills home games since 1993. They made this pork tenderloin roast, stuffed with “chicken wings” on the recent Food Network show Tailgate Warriors. Thanks to Scotty for using our sauces and sharing his recipes.
For a bit of a different spin on the classic Scalloped Potato dish, layer some Chipotle Olive Tapenade between the layers of potatoes for a nice extra layer of flavor.