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Recipe Idea: Teppanyaki Steak and Garlic-Seared Vegetables

After we made these steaks we ate them, and they were the best steaks that we had ever had. The high heat forms a delicious crust that seals in juices, and the brief cooking time ensures the perfect degree of done-ness. The vegetables were the best vegetables we had ever eaten - garlicky, steaming hot, with that amazing char from the grill. Impressive to guests and deeply delicious, this could become your favorite meal too! To make the garlic-seared vegetables, you will need: - 1 head of garlic, peeled - 1 large white onion, peeled and sliced into half-rings - 12 ounces cremini or portobello mushrooms, cut into 1/2" pieces - 2-3 medium bell peppers, sliced into strips - 1...

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Recipe Idea: Glazed Salmon and Summer Vegetables

In this video we went a little crazy and said that "in some ways salmon is America's fish." That may be a bit of an exaggeration, as there are fantastic ways to prepare salmon (on the griddle!) from around the world, but there is no question that Americans love their salmon smoked, grilled, cured and baked with a thousand different seasonings. This is a recipe that we found online and adapted for Little Griddle outdoor griddle. It is so delicious, so wonderful that you may think of it as the best way to prepare salmon, and it is excellent with griddled or grilled vegetables as well. To make the salmon, you will need: - 4 6-ounce salmon filets - Sea...

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Recipe Idea: Reuben Sandwiches (And Gluten-Free Veggie Reubens!)

Tonight, like a lot of America, we at Little Griddle are watching basketball.  The games will be great, but there are a few creature comforts that make watching sports better - a great couch, a frosty beverage, a giant high-definition screen.... and a fantastic sandwich.  Tonight, we'll use halftime to make something special. In this case, special refers to something truly easy, and very tasty - a riff on the classic Reuben sandwich.  This sandwich, usually found grilled in delis, lends itself very well to the griddle, and comes together in no time.  Usually though, the deli Reuben is heavy and greasy, so we're out to create one that you can enjoy without regretting it later. To start this party,...

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