Dwyer's Greatest Burgers
FROZEN hamburger patties
1 can of LaBatt's Blue Beer
1 shot of Jack Daniels'
In a container lay out several of the FROZEN patties, cover
with a little beer. Put another layer of patties on top and
cover with more beer. Contanier size and number of patties can
be adjusted. Kind of sprinkle the shot of Jack over everything.
Marinate all ingredients in a container in the refrigerator
at least five hours.
Use a spatula to get burgers out of container, not tongs,
to prevent burgers from falling apart.
Michaels' Magnificent Bratwurst
Good Brats(Johnsonville recommended)
6 pack Old Milwaukee
Soak Brats in Old Milwaukee....one beer per Brat in fridge
Then cook on grill.
Western Wrangler Steaks
Any steaks you want
Bottle of Western Salad Dressing
Put steaks and salad dressing in ziplock bag.
Keep in fridge at least 6 hours...the longer they marinate
Grill and cut with fork!!
Greg's Stuffed Wagon Burgers
Sautee mushrooms and onions in teriyaki sauce
Hollow out one burger and place sauteed veggies in the hole.
Toss in mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Top with diced
tomato. Place another burger on top of this concoction and
pinch the sides to keep it closed. Wrap in foil and place on
grill for a few minutes. Take foil off and continue to grill
burger until desired doneness. Top off with cheese and enjoy.
Dennis' Loaded Loaf
Good rump roast. Cut strings and open up. Carve pocket and put
in cut up onions, green peppers and other veggies. Season insdie
to taste. Roll up, tie and marinate in One cup teriyaki, One cup
Soy Sauce, Once Cup Worchestershire. Pour over roast. Marinate
24 hours. Wrap in foil, cook 45 minutes. Unwrap and cook until
TC's Teriyaki Ribeye "Guaranteed Best"
1 1/2 cup water
5/6 cloves garlic cut in half
3 cups brown sugar
Marinate steaks overnight. Cook to taste.
Smitty's Spicy Pork
Debone, Defat and place chops in glass baking dish. Marinate in
soy sauce and minced garlic 4 hours and grill to taste.
Beer Butt Chicken
Season whole chicken inside and out with garlic salt, oregano,
paprika and pepper. Open a can of beer and sit the chicken down
on the can. Place on grill and cook until chicken is done.
Baste chicken with Italian or Ceaser dressing.
Slow fire, baste with butter and a little garlic powder.
Grill low on top rack
Baste with butter
Dash of liquid smoke
Pinch of celery salt
3 tbsp. brown sugar
3 oz. Jack Daniels
The Secret To Great Ribs
Boil them for about 45 minutes first.
Then BBQ on low for 1 hour, and you have to turn them every
Don't start to baste with BBQ sauce (use whatever sauce you
like) until the last 1/2 hour.
Baste every time you turn them.
Ericka's Secret Steak preparation.
At least 10 hours before you are going to grill your thawed
steak ( I prefer t-bones & porterhouse)
1st apply Famous Daves rib rub (generously)
2nd apply garlic powder (evenly)
3rd apply Lowry's season salt (evenly)
Rub it all together into the steak, flip and do it again. Let
that marinate at least 10 hours covered.
Now... my husband cooks these steaks in about 5-10 min on the
Webber (gotta go charcoal!)
Carmen's Hawaiian Sticky Chicken
This is a GREAT grill recipe for chicken that everyone always
raves about and begs for the recipe when I make it. It's a recipe
I got from my dad who grew up in Hawaii and is an AMAZING cook.
It does use one hard-to-find ingredient, which can be ordered
from online (my dad ships it to me).
Here's what you need:
2 cups of Shoyu (the hard to find ingredient... similar to
but you CAN NOT use soy sauce in the recipe)
1 cup white sugar
1 cup dark brown sugar
2" long ginger root, skinned and sliced
sliced or minced garlic, same amount as ginger root
1 beer (NOT light or ice)
8 chicken legs
Combine the shoyu, sugars, ginger, garlic and beer in a pot
and bring to a slow boil to melt the sugars. Skim off the foam
from the beer. When the
sugars are melted and you can't skim off any more beer, remove
from heat and allow to cool. When cool, put chicken legs and
sauce in a container and marinate in the fridge, preferably
for 16-24 hours (overnight). Grill the legs, basting with some
of the marinade. Boil the remaining marinade to thicken into
a sauce to use with the chicken or over steamed rice.
Pepsi Chicken Breasts
1 can of Pepsi
4 Chicken Breasts
10" sauce pan
Get a 10" sauce pan. Bring that pan to temp over medium
to high heat. Place the chicken breast into the pan and brown
both sides. When browned, cover chicken breasts with the ketchup,
pour the can of pepsi into the pan and reduce the heat to simmer
and cover. Let simmer for 1 hour, flipping every 15 minutes.
The ketchup and Pepsi will reduce and make a good BBQ sauce.
The brats I always parboil (for 6). In a big sauce pan empty
two 16oz cans beer your choice, slice up a half an onion, put
it in the beer. Bring the beer to a rolling boil, take it off
the heat and let it stand 'til it cools down to warm to the
touch. Throw the brats in and bring back to a boil, turn off
the heat and once it stops steaming throw them on the grill.
I used to take my kids to Coney island on Sunday afternoons.
I had a small Weber grill, a Smokey Joe. I seasoned the cut
up chicken lightly with sea salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Get the charcoal going and once the coals are hot move them
to one side of the grill. Put the chicken on the other side
of the grill. Close down the vents to about a quarter of the
way and walk away. The chicken will be done in about 2 to 2
1/2 hours. The boys loved it. Now they're not whining to go
home cause they're hungry.