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Joined Date: Mar 26, 2010
"I saw the show and I was intrigued by the green goddess dressing so I made it to accompany some local organic grilled Mexican squash that I had on hand, everyone raved about it. What BF says is true, everyone thinks they do not like anchovies but when they are not told there are anchovies in a dressing they think it's great flavor.""
Reviewed Santa Maria-Style BBQ Tri-Tip
"As usual for BF the bean and tomato relishes are excellent. I've made tri-tips many times and you don't need the fancy, expensive hand-crank toy that BF used in the show, a Weber with charcoal on one side will do the trick very well (One-Touch gold 26.75" is brilliant for $300 and is large enough to cook 2 or 3 tri-tips at once).""
"Just made a batch for about the fifth time, and as usual it disappeard quickly. I use cubed lamb shoulder and it is a better meat match for the black beans. Since I live in NM I substitute a good-quality red chile powder for the pasilla. One of my favorite BF recipes. ""
Reviewed Blackberry-Bourbon Iced Tea
"I am absolutely addicted to this during the hot summer months. If you are offering to guests, double the batch, it will go quickly. Woodford Reserve is great but Knob Creek might be a bit better as the bourbon. Use plenty of mint!""
"Rosemary salt makes this dish awesome, the tapanade aioli is great but next time I will make a straight-up tapanade (no mayo). I believe the confusion of the tapanade recipe on the "Boy Meets Grill" episode is that BF revisited this recipe for "Grill It!" and made the aioli instead -- this recipe is in the "Grill It!" cookbook.
"A big hit at a small informal dinner party. Most people found a good spicy bite balanced by some sweetness. I wanted more heat so in the future I might add some New Mexican hot chile powder in addition/instead the ancho. The yogurt blue cheese dip is killer! Bobby is so right on the use of Greek yogurt, the tang is such an excellent foil to the blue cheese