Charred Cross-Cut Short Ribs

I have wanted to cook cross-cut short ribs for a very long time. They always seemed so cute! And being able to enjoy short ribs without hours spent tending a dutch oven seemed too good to pass up, plus they’re a really great canvas for Asian-inspired flavors. David and I recently ate grilled short ribs at a Korean BBQ place in NYC, and they were off-puttingly crunchy (not in the cooked and crispy kind of way). They actually would have … Continue reading

Crispy Potatoes in a Foil Pouch

My mom makes these very fun crispy potatoes in a tin foil pouch that she cooks on the grill. Everyone gets their own little (or big) packet, and everyone loves them. Especially me. Crispy potatoes make the world go round. The potatoes are seasoned with onion soup mix packets, so they are pretty easy to make. If you have an aversion to mixes, this might be a good time to get over it. Or find a way to snag a … Continue reading

Chicken Teriyaki Kabobs

Kabobs are so much fun! I love eating them. I love grilling them. Even skewering them can be fun. This teriyaki version is really flavorful. Tons of savory teriyaki flavor is soaked right into the chicken, and it’s even delicious to eat cold the next day. Here’s my biggest accomplishment of this meal- I grilled the kabobs inside and didn’t set off the smoke alarms! Success all around. To make these kabobs, cut up 1 chicken breast per person into … Continue reading