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We created a handy chart on how long to grill anything for you to reference next time you light up the grill and your mind goes blank on cook times for those boneless chicken thighs you've been marinating all day. All times listed are approximate based on using a gas grill with the lid closed at a temperature of 450˚F.
Wrap up the year *ba-dum-tsssss* with five of your favorite recipes from Wildwood Grilling Outlet. These are our most visited and well-loved articles from 2017. Check ‘em out. How to Use Grilling Planks in the OvenNot sure what to do when there grill is buried in snow but you’re still craving that sweet, smoky cedar flavor? You can put your grilling planks in the oven! IPA Cedar Planked Chicken by “For the Love of Cooking”A collab with the wonderful For the Love of Cooking is a beloved favorite. Who doesn’t love a good IPA+Chicken+Cedar smoke recipe? Five Ingredient Cedar Planked...
To see the recipe that goes along with this blog post, head over here. Filleted on the rocking, slippery back deck of our boat, the F/V Thunder, just moments after being caught, fortifying pursuit with our own Wild Alaska Sockeye is such a welcome treat, but it’s also so much more than a meal. With tired eyes and cold, stiff hands, we gather-round the galley table, refueling ourselves on gratitude and grace for the moment, the purpose, the bountiful Alaskan waters, the pursuit. Thank you ocean, thank you fish… …Back on terra firma after the sun-up-to-sun-down-and-then-some commercial fishing season has...
For the first guest blog in the Wildwood Grilling Grand Re-Opening Extravaganza we are thrilled to welcome long-time grill enthusiast, Derrick Riches. He's here to talk about wood smoke and how to use it well. Burgers, dogs, chops, and chicken. Burgers, dogs, chops, and chicken. This is what we throw on the grill for those long Summer night cookouts. Over and over again. These are the most popular grilled foods and while they are great, it’s a shame that we don’t do more. The typical backyard grill, whether gas or charcoal, is capable of cooking so much. Very little of...