Mrs. G and I like to cook whole chickens because it gives us plenty of meat to use for leftovers later on in the week. One less step you have to take later on. We are always looking for new recipes to try this out on. This week we decided to use our leftovers from… Continue reading Chicken Pot Pie
My brother (who from now on will be called GM), came over last night to exchange cars with my wife as she was going to need a truck for work today. Since he was nice enough to let her borrow his truck, I decided I’d go ahead and feed him some dinner. A quick run… Continue reading Red Eye Express Pork Tenderloin
Sometimes simple is better, and sometimes its nice to have a classic. It is classic after all. And what’s more classic than a BLT? To make it a little more “special” though, a little more “fancy“, I decided to make up some fresh home-made bread for these BLTs. I love the way the aroma of… Continue reading BLTs on Home-made Bread
“Deary me! Mention that you are serving spatchcock chicken, and the ladies blush, the men frown and the children giggle. However, it is a real word that has been around since the 18th century. Numerous dictionaries agree on its usage as a noun and as a verb.” ~ The Naked Whiz (www.nakedwhiz.com) That term raise… Continue reading Spatchcock Chicken
Ok, ok, I cheated last night. I bought a pizza from Papa Murphy’s. I’ve made plenty of home-made pizzas before, whipping up my own dough, making my own sauce (which still needs tweaking), and firing it on the Egg. But I didn’t have the time for that last night. There were a few factors leading up… Continue reading Papa Murphy’s Pizza On The Big Green Egg
Sunday at the ranch seemed a bit quieter than the day before. Partially due to the previous night’s festivities and partially because some people had to leave to get back for work on Monday (so we lost 4 adults and 2 kids). But the fun was not yet over for those who remained. … Continue reading New Year’s @ The Ranch, Part 2
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for Griffin’s Grub. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,300 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many… Continue reading 2011 In Review For Griffin’ Grub!