Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Cookouts: This is how we roll!

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Yum!!!!

Grilling out is the PERFECT way to have a fun, healthy get together.

We used an olive oil mister (which I love because it controls how much you), ground pepper, and Italian seasoning for all the veggies.

For the fish (tilapia & salmon) and chicken, we used olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, ground pepper, and Italian seasoning.

For the deer tenderloin, we used Dell’s sauce. (High in sodium- any suggestions for something else next time? We were trying to avoid the “gamey” taste.)

We also had corn on the cob (we even shucked it ourselves!) & sliced apples for dessert!

Who else is ready for summer & some cookouts???

8 comments:

christa said...

Veggies look delish! I love cookouts!

Danielle said...

I don't know about deer, but there is a rub that Josh and I just love. I can't remember the name but it comes in a small short jar with a black screw top - it's a cinnamon and ground clove mix that we put on all our meats and some veggies. It has a 'warm' earthy taste and is pretty versatile.

Jennifer Delle Fave said...

I don't know about the sodium, but I always throw the venison in a large ziploc with a bottle of Italian or Balsamic dressing 1-3 days and we NEVER taste the 'game'. The deer are usually pretty young and tasty though....but I think the longer you marinate, the less it tastes like a deer! I wrote about grilling today too! LOVE IT.

Unknown said...

Instead of Dales, we use Allegro. Very good taste! They have all flavors. They even make one called Game Tame..for wild game. I have bought this at kroger and walmart.

Unknown said...

Here is the link to the Allegro site. http://www.allegromarinade.com/renowned-marinade-favorites/game-tame-marinade

Melissa Nicole said...

Bragg's Amninos!!! I LOVE this stuff! You can get it in the organic section at Kroger, I have not been able to find it at Publix.

Kae* said...

looks absolutely delicious!

Robyn said...

You can also soak your deer meat in milk (or buttermilk) and that will pull out the gamey taste!