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Sep 152014

Mr. Grill is calling all Grillers!

If you grill all summer, like most of us do…then your going to need the new Grill Brush from Mr. Grill. I was fortunate enough to be asked to try out the Grill Brush and I am soooo glad I did as mine was getting worn out anyway. I received my Grill Brush last Friday and couldn’t wait to try it out during our Sunday cook-out.

I was really impressed with the Grill Brush when I opened up the box. Mr. Grill’s grill brush features brass bristles and a solid oak handle. Sleek and sturdy looking. I was asked to do a review by Rizzi at Mr. Grill and all opinions are my own.

It finally came...

It finally came…

I always crank up the grill and get the racks hot before cleaning them. The Grill Brush, with it’s brass cleaning bristles, made it simple to clean and I loved the way the bristles fit in-between the bars on the racks. Knocking out the burnt on BBQ sauce that built up from the last BBQ. Um..We won’t go there.  My biggest problem with other brushes was the handle. No problem with the Grill Brush. The long oak handle feels great in the hand and you can really push down on the racks…thus…Cleaner Quicker!

Messy ain't it?

Messy ain’t it?

In-between those racks...

In-between those racks…

Cleaned like a pro!

Cleaned like a pro!

I really think Mr. Grill has a winner here. I will be using the Grill Brush on my grill from now on. Thank You Mr. Grill.

Oh…I’m glad you asked! We had steak and marinated Italian cauliflower. Then we tossed on some of my garlic bread that wife likes to add a little of her own touch to, women, can’t live with them, can’t live without them! Looks good don’t it and there was nary a bite left! I also forgot to mention that it also did a bang-up job on cleaning the smaller grill for the veggies and bread!

Grill it...or don't eat it!

Grill it…or don’t eat it!

If you try this brush I would like to hear your view of how well it works. It’s a steal at $19.95 and you won’t regret it.

Happy Grilling!

Jun 282013

Stuffed Chicken Grill Packets

More recipes for the Fourth seems to be the theme this week as everyone is gearing up and getting ready! Today is a gloomy day with rain and the forecast for the  next 10 days seems to hold high chances for more rain which includes Independence Day and don’t  know how many people will be able to cook out, at least not in our neck of the woods! Two days ago was the 1 year anniversary of Debbie, and I’m sure a lot of people around here are keeping a sharp eye on this rainy forecast we have in store, praying we don’t see Debbie’s sister or brother rearing their ugly head. With that said, this recipe can also be cooked in the oven if push comes to shove. If forced to cook inside, bake in a 350 degree oven for about the same amount of time and test chicken for doneness as in the recipe. I thought that this might be a nice alternative of cooking on the grill in case you’re not into the traditional versions of barbequing with sauces and such.

Guess what's for dinner?

Guess what’s for dinner?

Stuffed Chicken Grill Packets
  • Heavy duty aluminum foil
  • 1 pkg (10 oz) frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed as dry as possible
  • 1 cup seasoned stuffing mix (I use plain dried bread cubes and season to taste)
  • 1 can (7-1/2 oz) ready to serve cream of celery soup
  • ¾ cup grated Swiss cheese
  • 2 teas minced sweet onion
  • 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • Salt and paprika to taste
  1. Cut 6 pieces of the foil, large enough to place a single chicken breast with stuffing, and enough left over to cover chicken and seal well, forming a packet.
  2. Combine the spinach, stuffing, soup, cheese and onion and mix well.
  3. Divide the stuffing equally onto each of the pieces of foil (about ½ cup each).
  4. Top with a chicken breast, tucking the chicken around the stuffing; season with salt and paprika.
  5. Bring the foil up and around the chicken and seal tightly.
  6. Have charcoal ready for cooking and cook chicken over medium-hot coals about 40 minutes or until chicken is tender and juices run clear; turn chicken half-way through the cooking time.


Hope you can cook out for the big day………….enjoy!

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