McCormick Grill Ambassador Party and Review
Thanks to the people and McCormick and CrowdTap I was able to host this BBQ house party to start off the grilling season. Here in Richmond, we pretty much grill out the whole year but we can now sit outside on the deck and keep the griller company.
I thought I would share the different recipes we made with these seasonings. They were all great choices to have on hand for a quick dinner or to take to the beach so don’t have to bring a box full of seasonings to have delicious meals.
I was educated by the ribs as I was not aware of “dry” vs wet ribs. These were delicious but the package suggests 2-3 hours to cook and unless my husband made them on too high of a heat, they were done in 1 1 /2 hours and probably could have come off sooner.
My husband knew exactly what to do with the Montreal Steak seasonings. We just sprinkled some on the burgers for a little extra kick. The condiments helped too!! Almost too big for our mouths.
Pork with Spiced Brandy and Herb. I prepared the pork tenderloins per the package directions and added peach preserves as suggested as I had some on hand.
Result, so flavorful everyone even the kids cobbled them down.
Quite the spread we had. We used the BBQ sauce for the chicken which kept them juicy too. Although if you are not an attentive griller, you can burn just about everything!!
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