Recipes

Garlicky Faux Fried Chicken Legs

Love fried chicken, but not drowned in oil? Try this Garlicky Faux Fried Chicken Legs recipe instead! Add some smoked garlic grilling sauce to the beaten egg for a fantastic egg wash. The mayonnaise in the sauce helps make the breading extra crispy. A...

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Caesar Marinated Chicken Leg Quarters

It’s been a long day and exhaustion has set in, yet we still have to make dinner. We've all been there, right? This recipe is great, because it uses “on hand” ingredients that can be prepared quickly and easily. Serve with cold sliced...

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Chicken Grilled with Steak Sauce

Chicken – one of the most classic grilling meats in barbecue history. It goes great with so many sauces, spices, and rubs. This particular recipe uses Bone Suckin’ Steak Sauce to give a nicely seasoned flavor.

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Grilled Turkey

Who doesn't love a good old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinner? This Grilled Turkey recipe provides just that with Bone Suckin' Seasoning and is sure to please the entire family!

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Beer Can White Chicken Chili

A creamy blend of white beans, onions, mushrooms, green chiles and pieces of tender smoked chicken. Start with a beer can chicken and shred it for the chili. Add extra cayenne pepper to taste if you like a spicy chili on a “chilly” day. A...

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Marinated Chicken and Vegetable Skewers

Kabob and skewer dishes come in a large variety of ingredients and ways to prepare them. This particular variant is more of a classic, using chicken breasts or tenders, and fresh veggies seasoned with teriyaki sauce.

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Mardi Gras Cajun Chicken

Mardi Gras is a time of prosperity, celebration and, of course, delicious food. Tangy and slightly spicy, this Cajun Chicken dish is definitely something to celebrate and a fantastic way to bring the southern spirit to your grill!

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Apple Cider Glazed Rotisserie Chicken

This recipe may have all the dressings to be a seasonal dish, but it makes a great meal anytime of the year. Once you have a taste of the sweet maple syrup and bite of black pepper, you'll soon see why!

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