Barbecue Recipe for Glazed Grilled Salmon

Posted on March 28, 2012 by barbecueforlife

  One of Michelle & Alex’s favorite easy midweek meals on the Barbecue.  Grilled Salmon with the skin left on one side and the other side coated thick with a Mustard, Lemon, Mayo & Herb glaze that thickens as the Salmon cooks just enough to turn into a thick delicious glaze.  We typically use dill

The Meaning of Barbecue for Life to us…

Posted on March 28, 2012 by barbecueforlife

  Barbecue for life. “What do they mean by that?” It’s a question we’ve gotten often.  For us, it is an all-encompassing expression that all contribute to living a happy & healthy life. Our top 5 reasons for establishing Barbecue for Life habits:   1.    Getting to cook outdoors. After being cooped up in an

How to Smoke Salt – the Easy Way

Posted on March 28, 2012 by barbecueforlife

How to Smoke Salt—the easy way: So this is not a “fancy” recipe for smoking salt. But we personally don’t like to spend a ton of time on it and it saves a heck of a lot of money versus buying smoked salts. Just do this some night after you’ve  barbecued on your charcoal grill

Barbecue Dry Rub Recipe: The Basic “Mama Rub” Recipe

Posted on March 28, 2012 by barbecueforlife

The “Mama Rub” is a barbecue dry rub recipe. Sounds like a funny name right?  But it ACTUALLY came from French cooking…Well it KIND OF came from French cooking—except they were not talking about barbecue rubs….and French cooking likely never would have nicknamed a rub “Mama”.   🙂 It came from French cooking in the sense