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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...

Baby Back Ribs

How to prep baby back ribs

Chef David Payne of Denver’s Jelly demonstrates for GrillaxNation how to prep baby back ribs for the Gameday grill via Char-Broil Grills. From choosing the rack to removing excess and unpalatable pieces, Payne will assist you with making the...

Perfect Bite Chicken Rub

Product Review: Perfect Bite Chicken Rub

Here at Grillax, we like to think outside the box. So when we received Perfect Bite BBQ’s Perfect Bite Chicken Rub, and tested it on its intended ingredient, our first instinct was to ask: “But is it good on other meat?” The first thing we...

Blackened Shark Steaks

Blackened Blacktip with Spicy Garlic Aioli

The best way to put shark on the grill is by catching it yourself, and in the Southeastern United States, one species of shark that is fun to catch, and even better to eat … Blackened Blacktip with Spicy Garlic Aioli. Found in the Atlantic and...

Grilled Sausage and Peppers

Spicy Grilled Sausage and Peppers on Ciabatta

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...

Dads that Cook, and Grillax

‘Dads That Cook,’ and Grillax, too!

Dads these days don’t just bring home the bacon; they cook it for breakfast. The new show, Dads That Cook, which debuted on PBS on Father’s Day 2014, will be blasting this and other stereotypes about dads out of the water as they showcase 13...

Venison Roast

Reduce the char for healthy grilling

People can be extremely finicky when it comes to healthy grilling and how they want their meat prepared. Some go the rare route, some medium, and some even … burnt. I can remember vividly  how my grandfather would request his meal be prepared...