6 Surprising Foods You Can Grill or Smoke (including ice cubes)

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Watermelon. Pound cake. Pickles. Cheese. Donuts. Who knew you could grill these yummy foods? We’ll try grilling, smoking, baking, and roasting practically any food, so we were entranced by the HouseBeautiful article, “13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Grill.” We scoured our grilling boards on Pinterest to find more fun things to grill. Give these recipes a try and let us know which ones you like best! Smoked Yogurt Smoke 1 quart of plain, full-fat yogurt over wood, mix with white miso and drizzle over grilled swordfish, roasted chicken, or lamb. Makes a delish veggie dip, too! (See full …

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Big Green Egg: 7 Sizes to Fit Your Lifestyle

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The most versatile cooking device ever, the Big Green Egg is a modern ceramic marvel known for producing amazing culinary results. This unique egg-shaped ceramic cooker is a combination grill, oven, and smoker. The grill sears perfect steaks, chops, or burgers at “steak house” temps of up to 750° F. The oven bakes bread, pizza, casseroles, cobblers and pies better than your kitchen oven. The smoker infuses turkey, ham, lamb, chicken, ribs – even cheese – with an aromatic wood smoke flavor at a controllable low heat of 200 to 350°F. Made from warm tropical mahogony wood, these artisan tables …

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Big Green Egg: Perfect for Grilling, Baking, and Smoking

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We’re passionate about the Big Green Egg at Rich’s, which is why we’re one of the largest retailers of EGGs and EGGcessories in the Pacific Northwest. This unique egg-shaped ceramic cooker is a combination grill, oven, and smoker. The grill sears perfect steaks, chops, or burgers at “steak house” temps of up to 750° F. The oven bakes bread, pizza, casseroles, cobblers and pies better than your kitchen oven. The smoker infuses turkey, ham, lamb, chicken, ribs – even cheese – with an aromatic wood smoke flavor at a controllable low heat of 200 to 350°F. The Big Green Egg …

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