By Mike Stines, Ph.B. I truly enjoy oysters… fried oyster po’boys, grilled oysters, oysters Rockefeller, Devils on Horseback and the best – raw on the half shell with a spritz of fresh lemon and a dash of hot sauce or with a mignonette or cocktail sauce. But opening oysters is difficult and a good way to impale your palm with …
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A billion years ago when I was in high school, mullet and all, my best friend Robert Miller introduced me to the wonderful world of hot sauce. Rob was no joke when it came to spicy. We’d hit the local pizza joint and he insisted on jalapenos on it. And then he’d add his own hot sauce that he carried wherever he went.
Christmas is a week away but there’s still plenty of time to shop for me that special griller/pitmaster/chilehead in your life. Here are 7 suggestions they’d love to find wrapped up under the tree Christmas Day.
If you hurry, you can still by me the pitmaster/chilehead on your list some really great grilling and barbecue gifts. Over the next three days I’ll be posting lists from big expensive gifts to stocking stuffers. Let’s start with the expensive goodies and work our way down. For purposes of our list, all of the items below cost at least $450.