Bananas Foster a decadent dessert that can be prepared on the grill.

Bananas Foster a decadent dessert off the grill

As a young man growing up in South Louisiana, I was introduced to one of the most decadent desserts ever created by human hands. It’s sweet, rich and flavorful, and is traditionally cooked on a stove top — Bananas Foster. Not today! Grillax.com is going to create Bananas Foster off the grill — a FireDisc Grill.[…]

Funnel Cakes via Grillax

Funnel Cakes fun, easy to create for Gameday

If Grillax.com were to put on a carnival, it wouldn’t be complete without extreme rides, fun games and great food, including funnel cakes. Funnel cake on a  grill? Why, yes, if it’s a FireDisc Cooker. The makers of FireDisc Cookers out of Katy, Texas have created one great tool for on-the-go grillers, from tailgates, beach parties[…]

Grilled Sausage and Peppers

Grilled sausage and peppers on ciabatta bread – The perfect picnic sandwich

Admit it: No one really likes those cold, soggy sandwiches you grab out of the cooler, with mystery meat jammed between two pieces of white bread. Today, we’re going to give you a hot, spicy, delicious alternative to your cold sandwich woes with Grilled Sausage and Pepper Ciabatta sandwich made with the FireDisc cooker. First,[…]

Grillax Fried Largemouth Bass

Fried Largemouth Bass with Spicy Hushpuppies

Grillax.com ProStaffers tested the FireDisc Cooker and the ThermoWorks Thermapen while creating their rendition of Southern Fried Largemouth Bass with Spicy Hush Puppies on location at the Armadillo Ranch in central Mississippi. Both products performed well while creating this Southern staple. The heavy-duty FireDisc boasts a 22-inch cooking disc, and stands 3-feet in height after a[…]

Blackened Steak with Peppers and Onions

Easy Blackened Steak with Peppers and Onions

When grilling on the go, whether a gameday outing or campout, it’s hard to beat the prep ease and tastiness of a blackened steak and some spicy fixings. We are sometimes asked to take a look at a product and give our honest opinions on it. The folks at FireDisc Grills asked us to take[…]

Grilled Green Beans and White Asparagus

Grilled Green Beans and White Asparagus a perfect side

The tastes of spring and summer could arguably be of veggies and herbs fresh from the garden. Full of nutrient-rich goodness, fresh vegetables can be an excellent addition to any diet. Grilling them just makes them that much better. As a complimentary side to any rich meat — beef or pork — whole green beans[…]

Marinate Beef for health

Cinnamon Marinade on steaks for extra kick

There are many members of Grillax Nation that are set in the way they prepare a steak before it hits the grill. Some only use a dry rub, while others liquid marinate the Dickens out of it! We have a solution … Spicy Cinnamon Marinade. Here is a spicy cinnamon marinade for those who can[…]

Crab Cakes on a FireDisc Cooker

Crab Cakes simple, easy to prepare stars of events

“Crab cake: A sauteed or fried patty of crab meat. The term dates in print to 1930 in Crosby Gaige’s New York World’s Fair Cook Book, where they are called ‘Baltimore crab cakes,’ suggesting they have long been known in the South. A ‘crab burger’ is a crab cake eaten on a hamburger bun.” Encyclopedia[…]

Stuffed Jalapeños

Stuffed Jalapeños will have you scream ‘¡Ay, caramba!’

Every party has that show-stopper, give-me-that-recipe, crowd favorite food – stuffed jalapeños may intimidate some folks, but those brave enough to give them a try will find themselves struggling to stop popping these one-bite appetizers. It doesn’t get much easier when it comes to food prep, either. Slice your peppers, remove seeds (PLEASE remember to[…]

Grilled Meatloaf

Grilled Meatloaf like nothing you’ve ever tasted

Ever wondered where the origins of the classic meatloaf came from? It may be hard for one to believe the dish can be traced back for hundreds of years. The loaf-shaped meaty concoction can be traced back to an ancient Roman cookbook featuring a budding meatloaf combination, as did 17th-century French cooking and the culinary[…]

Grilled Whole Beef Tenderloin

Whole Beef Tenderloin off the grill

A Grillax.com favorite, Malcom Reed is back, again, with Grilled Whole Beef Tenderloin. It’s not as daunting a task as one may think. Reed recommends buying your beef tenderloin already trimmed from a local butcher. Once you have a nice cut of meat, marinate the beef tenderloin. Reed offered a simple marinade below:  1 cup Worcestershire[…]

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