Recipes from Guy on Fire

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Photo By: John Lee ©COPYRIGHT 2013 JOHN LEE PICTURES

Photo By: John Lee ©COPYRIGHT 2013 JOHN LEE PICTURES

Photo By: John Lee ©COPYRIGHT 2013 JOHN LEE PICTURES

Photo By: John Lee ©COPYRIGHT 2013 JOHN LEE PICTURES

Brick Chicken with Chimichurri

This dish is about as old school as it gets. In Italian this is called pollo al mattone, and to make it you start by removing the backbone and flattening the chicken. Then you brine it, dry it, season it and cook it with the pressure of two hot bricks on top. Sounds caveman, I know, but wait till you try it. This version has my California spin on it with a dry rub that has a little heat, a little sweet and a whole lotta flavor.

Get the Recipe: California Brick Chicken with Apricot-Mint Chimichurri

Camping Sandwiches

Hands down, one of my favorite childhood memories is of making camping sandwiches. Get ready for greatness.

Get the Recipe: Camping Sandwiches

Beef Ribs with Orange BBQ Sauce

I don't think beef ribs get enough BBQ love, usually because people don't cook them long enough, so they are too chewy. Well, not these babies, they're fall-off-the-bone tender.

Get the Recipe: Beef Ribs with Orange BBQ Sauce

Salted Bourbon Caramel Milkshake

Not many things will get my kids out of the pool like a salted caramel milkshake, and not many things will increase your odds of being pushed into the pool like drinking a salted Jack Daniel's caramel milkshake with me and my buddies. 

Get the Recipe: Salted Bourbon Caramel Milkshake

Farro Citrus Salad

Farro is one of the oldest grains known to mankind. I make a double batch of this hearty salad and keep it in the cooler for a quick high-protein snack during the day. But this dish is a meal in itself: The veggies, the tender farro and the zesty vinaigrette are all you need.

Get the Recipe: Farro Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

Roasted Poblano Skillet Cornbread

If there's one thing that a cast-iron pan was born to do, it's make skillet cornbread. The consistent heat is exactly what cornbread needs. My version here is camping cornbread gone wild. Roasted poblanos? Are you kidding me? This cornbread eats like a meal, and it goes great with chili or my Old-School Baked Beans!

Get the Recipe: Roasted Poblano Skillet Cornbread

Andouille-Stuffed Pork Loin

If you want to add great flavor to a pork loin, brine it. If you want to add super flavor to your pork loin, stuff it with your favorite Cajun-country sausage. This recipe is worth all the effort.

Get the Recipe: Andouille-Stuffed Pork Loin with Creole Mustard

Chipotle Corn Salad

If there's a vegetable that loves the grill, it's corn: Caramelize the natural sugars, add a little bit of chipotle heat, then kiss it with a little bacon. The only thing I warn you is that you cannot live on this alone. You must eat other things.

Get the Recipe: Chipotle Corn Salad with Grilled Bacon

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