Thursday, June 5, 2008

Pink Friday is Tomorrow So Warm Up The BBQ!

I’m always amazed at how quickly a week can go by! Tomorrow is Pink Friday again already! Whoo Hooo! Time to warm up the BBQ! We’ll be listing some great BBQ related gifts for that special guy in your life! We’re all fired up about BBQing at Make Mine Pink! We’ve been sharing our favorite recipe ideas for the season. Here are just a few mouth watering suggestions from some of our MMP friends. Enjoy….and we’ll see you tomorrow for Fantastic Fathers Pink Friday at Make Mine Pink!

Joyce Lucas, Founder of Make Mine Pink
My favorite seasoning is a packet of Good Seasons! We use it in so many ways.
· We use heavy duty tin foil, cube potatoes and toss with some olive oil and good seasons, garlic and herb dressing mix (dry). Then cook on the grill in tin foil.
· We cook pork tenderloin that's been marinated in good seasons, garlic and herb dressing. This time with the oil and vinegar.
· Core and fill apples with brown sugar, cinnamon and a pat of butter. Wrap in tin foil and cook with the pork tenderloin.
· Sweet potatoes cubed and sprinkled with a tiny bit of Splenda brown sugar and a pat of butter in tin foil. OH MAN. They're like candy.
· I love veggies on the grill. In the summer, all potatoes are baked on the grill. Rub will olive oil, sprinkle with course sea salt and wrap in tin foil. The skin is the best part!
· We also cube boneless chicken and marinate in Kikkoman's teriyaki glaze. Then use wooden skewers and alternate pineapple chunks, cherries and chicken. These are awesome!

Pat of Patricia Rose
· We do the "Hobo Packets" on the grill, an old 4H recipe. On heavy duty foil, put beef that has been cut into bite size pieces, fresh green beans, sliced potatoes (fairly thin sliced), a slice of onion. Salt, Pepper, a little garlic, a drizzle of oil (I use olive oil for everything). Seal up the packet, pop them all on the grill and about one half an hour has it all cooked up. They're really quite good. (I've been known to put in a splash of red wine and a few other seasonings. But that wasn't in the original recipe.

This mouth watering picture brought to you by :
Suzanne Pinkston
Think Pink Creations

Stephanie of Shabby In Pink Boutique
· Fresh asparagus drizzled with olive oil, garlic powder, salt & pepper, wrapped in tin foil.
· Shish Ka Bobs are my favorite Use Shrimp, beef, or chicken. Marinade in Italian dressing for a hour with fresh tomatoes, green peppers, onion, pineapple. & mushrooms. Load it all on a stick and grill. Yummy!

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