Prime Rib Roast on the Rotisserie

Sure, you can bake, grill, or even smoke a prime rib, but nothing and I mean nothing beats a rotisserie roast. The constant rotation of the meat keeps all the juices rolling and basting the meat. This keep it flavorful, moist, tender and of course juicy. The added plus is that you can prepare drip pan vegetables under the roast as it cooks. This dish is perfect for holiday meals and special occasions.

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Blackened Snapper on the Grill

I firmly believe in cooking fried foods on the grill. First, it’s much easier to deal with and second, your house won’t smell like fried fish (or whatever you prepared), the next day. This recipe calls for the red snapper to be coated in blackening seasoning and fried, or blackened in a cast iron skillet. Make sure to get the grill and skillet good and hot before the fish goes on. Watch for burning and adjust heat as needed.

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