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Sep 032014

Kick Butt Baked Tater On The Grill

Hey Guy’s, I’m going to try my best to give you a recipe for one of the best Kick Butt Taters you can cook on a grill. I have been doing my potatoes like this for some years now and not once did I write down any ingredients…NOT ONCE!

Guess you figured it out…This is Kenny talking here!

So…I guess I’ll have to give you one of those recipes that call for a little this and a little that and a whole lot of common sense. Are you ready?

Just so you will know..That's what a wrapped potato looks like.

Just so you will know..That’s what a wrapped potato looks like.

Oh…you might want to get a pencil and paper…you know…you don’t want to forget anything…silly!

Now...That's a baked tater!!!!

Now…That’s a baked tater!!!!

Kick Butt Baked Tater On The Grill
Hope it's as good as mine turns out...
Recipe type: Type?
Cuisine: Grill'en
  • How many people are going to be there? Select a nice size potato for each person. Reason being..they will not want to share!!
  • Get yourself two pieces of bacon for each potato. Gotta have lots of bacon!
  • Grab the salt, pepper,granulated garlic and Seminole swamp seasoning.
  • A stick of butter and a butter knife.
  • Enough tin foil to wrap each potato.
  • Now your ready!
  • You can add some chives just for the hell of it....
  1. Wash the potatoes (you knew that..didn't ya).
  2. I'm going to explain this one time...then you do it to the rest of the potatoes...Got It!
  3. Put a slit in the potato, jjjuuust enough to put a slab of butter in there. Squeeze it shut.
  4. Sprinkle on all the spices...and don't be shy, put some kick butt on there!!!!
  5. Wrap the potato with the TWO pieces of bacon.
  6. Wrap potato with the tin foil. Wow! I almost forgot..wrap them twice if your cooking them directly on the coals.Try not to rip the foil, because you don't want to lose all that butter and bacon grease. I hate to see anyone trying to lick hot tin foil. It's not pretty.
  7. Cook (on the grill) on medium heat for 45 minutes to an hour or until you hear that bacon sizzling.
  8. Serve hot with a scoop of sour cream..if that's what you want. I like mine with steak and ale. :-)


.Honey...What did you do with my fork?

Honey…What did you do with my fork?


I hope you enjoyed my recipe for one awesome Kick Butt Baked Tater. I got a feeling Regina might want me to do more recipes cause I’m so darn good at it. Let me ask…What do YOU want me to cook next? I need ideas here!!


Mar 182014

Hawaiian Marinated Pork Chops

Sunday was a pretty nice day and it was Kenny’s turn to cook, YEAH! Although I did most of prep work, he did his part on the grill which made me happy as I had slept on my neck wrong and felt like my head was just going to fall off my shoulders at any moment. Of course Mr. Wise Guy said that my head was never on straight anyway, so I should feel normal, the nerve! This is a nice recipe for the grill but you can also broil the chops if your weather is not participating. We’re fortunate here, even in north Florida that we can use our grill most of the year and husband is used to cooking on the grill even in cold weather when he lived up in Indiana. He’s just an old die-hard when it comes to that wonderful aroma that you can only get when cooking outside and he also loves to tantalize the neighbors as those aromas filter through the woods to those who live near by, bad man! I kinda played around with this recipe and the only thing I would change is the amount of time that I marinated our chops…………..


Do they look juicy or what!

Do they look juicy or what!



Hawaiian Marinated Pork Chops
  • 4 boneless center cut pork chops about ½ inch thick (4 chicken breasts may be used)
  • 1 cup unsweetened pineapple juice
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup white wine vinegar
  • ¼ cup vegetable oil
  • ½ teas freshly grated ginger root
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  1. Blend together all ingredients for the marinade.
  2. Place chops (or chicken) in a shallow dish in a single layer.
  3. Pour marinade over chops, cover and refrigerate for 1 hour or more.
  4. Remove chops to grill over medium heat, reserving marinade for basting during the cooking time.
  5. Cook for about 25-30 minutes, turning about every 5 minutes and basting with every turn.
  6. Cooking time may vary depending on your heat, thickness of chops and if you are cooking chicken instead.


Hope you all had a great St. Patty’s Day! We had a great one here with plenty of left-overs for more recipes to come………………..Enjoy!

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