SEC Tailgate: Saturday gatherings in Tuscaloosa

Follow Nick Stevens as he travels to an SEC Tailgate in Tuscaloosa and learns the true meaning of “Roll Tide” and discovers the Houndstooth fashion trend. This should be enough to make you add T-Town to your bucket list of universities to visit on Gameday. CBS Local gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at sports through exclusive[…]

Texas A&M Tailgate

SEC Tailgate Taste: Saturdays in College Station

At Grillax, our writers and pro staffers are always looking for those who make our world great. That includes those who love to tailgate in the SEC, showing off their grilling skills. Texas is known for grillmasters in every city and town. From their beef ribs to succulent brisket, Texas pushes the bar high when[…]

SEC Tailgate: Saturdays in South Carolina

Saturdays in South Carolina are something everyone who loves football and tailgating need to experience. The crew at Saturday Down South are back on the road, this time on the East Coast. On Saturdays in the fall, tens of thousands ‘make their way to see the Gamecocks play!’ There’s food, family, fun and there’s nothing[…]

SEC Tailgate: Saturdays in Tiger Country

Saturdays in Tiger Country in the fall, tens of thousands descend upon the Bayou to cheer on their Louisiana State University Tigers. LSU fans are known for being hostile to opposing teams … but as Saturday Down South discovered, it’s quite the opposite when you’re a part of the Tiger family, especially during the tailgate.[…]

Masterchef’s Chicken Enchilada Stack

Masterchef Whitney Miller is back, and this time she’s taking over the tailgate! This version of the enchilada will not only impress your guest, but you will #OwnTheTailgate. Thanks, Whitney! (And Tervis) Chicken Enchilada Stack ½ teaspoon olive oil 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 teaspoon garlic powder ½ teaspoon onion powder[…]

Brisket via Charbroil

How to trim beef brisket for your next grill session

Chef David Payne of Denver’s Jelly demonstrates for Grillax Nation how to trim beef brisket in preparation of the next Game Day feast. If you didn’t know, the brisket is a cut of beef from the breast or lower chest of a cow. The beef brisket is one of the nine beef primal cuts worldwide, and very popular[…]

Kansas City Ribs

How to grill Kansas City ribs

Chef David Payne of Denver’s Jelly demonstrates for GrillaxNation how to create and smoke GameDay Kansas City Ribs, a style of baby back ribs using Char-Broil brand brines, marinades, rubs and sauces. Traditionally, KC ribs start with spicy rub, but are finished with a complex, 15-ingredient barbecue sauce. Are you game? Kansas City Ribs Tips[…]

Beer and Baby Backs

Sweet and spicy Beer-Basted Baby Backs

Want to impress everyone with a new spin on ribs at your tailgate? Chef David Payne shows GrillaxNation how to grill some sweet and spicy beer-basted baby backs using Char-Broil’s Pinch Of Sizzle brines, marinades, rubs and sauces. Beer-Basted Babybacks Ribs 2 slabs, pork baby back ribs 22-ounce beer of choice (works great with Lime flavored[…]

Dark Beer Marinade

Crank up your grill with Ultimate Dark Beer Marinade

When creating unique dishes in Grillax Nation, it’s all about a really good marinade … and we think you’ll love our dark beer marinade. With seafood, you want to go light. With beef, you want to go heavy. With chicken … the sky’s the limit! You will generally see the usual suspects when putting together[…]

Chicken Thighs

Ohhh, those Sweet Chicken Thighs!

It was my grandmother who told me that the best use for chicken thighs is in soups and gumbos. She said it was a rich-tasting meat, and needed the watery concoctions to tone down the flavor. It is that exact rich flavor and meaty portions that makes many of us love them off the grill, especially[…]