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15 Ways to Use Tabasco at Your Barbecue This Summer Slideshow

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Here are some surefire ways to heat up the barbecue this summer

Barbequed Salmon with Fresh Corn Grits and Chipotle Nectarines

For a healthy grilling option, this Asian-Tabasco marinated salmon with a spicy nectarine salad and fresh corn grits incorporates the fresh flavors of summer with a spicy kick.

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Lone Star Barbecue Sauce

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A traditional ketchup based barbecue sauce is given extra spice with Tabasco. Ready in less than 30 minutes, it's perfect for slathering on your favorite summer grilling meats.

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Bayou Potato Salad

This recipe will turn your barbecue into a spicy bayou celebration. Give traditional egg-potato salad a Cajun twist with a creamy mayonnaise-Tabasco dressing.

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Classic Buffalo Baked Beans

These baked beans have thick slices of bacon, molasses, brown sugar, and an added punch of spice from Buffalo Tabasco, and are sure to be a barbecue favorite.

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Buffalo Grilled Chicken Sandwiches with Celery Slaw

Grilled Tabasco-marinated chicken breasts give these sandwiches a spicy kick. Topped with crunchy celery slaw and creamy blue cheese mayonnaise, these chicken sandwiches are perfect for a hot summer barbecue.

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Green Cabbage Coleslaw

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This coleslaw uses light mayonnaise, fresh citrus, ginger, and Green Jalapeno Pepper Tabasco Sauce for a healthy and flavorful dressing that is poured over fresh cabbage and vegetables.

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Fireball Cake

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Grilled Buffalo Wings

This recipe gives new meaning to the term hot wings. Marinated in Buffalo Tabasco Sauce and grilled, these wings are then given an extra toss in Tabasco. Serve them with creamy ranch or blue cheese dressing to cool down your palate.

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Orange Glow Cake

Grilled Buffalo Style BBQ Ribs

Ribs are a grilling favorite and these have a double dose of spice. Tabasco is used in the rub and marinade to make these ribs extra spicy and fall-off-the-bone tender.

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Spicy Barbecue Chicken

For a twist on original barbecued chicken, try this soy, ginger, and Tabasco marinade. It gives the chicken bold and spicy Asian flavors that are sure to be a new barbecue hit.

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Spicy Barbecued Pork Loin

Spice up pork loin with an easy Tabasco barbecue sauce. Tabasco is mixed with ketchup and brown sugar for a thick, spicy sauce that adds fiery spice to pork.

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Spicy Beef and Horseradish Bites

These spicy bites are an easy summer grilling appetizer. A blend of cream cheese and horseradish is given extra spice with Tabasco Chipotle Pepper Sauce and topped with grilled flank steak on toasted French bread rounds.

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Spicy Gazpacho Pasta Salad

Along with all of the ingredients of a gazpacho, like tomatoes, bell peppers, and cucumbers, this pasta salad also has a hint of spice from Tabasco in the vinaigrette.

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Spicy Vinaigrette

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Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


Barbecue Food Appetizers And Spanish Tapas Recipes

Spanish tapas recipes make ideal barbecue food appetizers, many can be done in under 15 minutes and they are all perfect for the outdoor bbq grill. But the recipes below are not just from Spain, there's some great appetizer recipes from all over the world for you to try.

Tapas is a derivation of the verb "tapar" meaning to cover. In the days before refrigeration, the bar tender in the Spanish bodega would cover the customers' glasses with a slice of bread to prevent the flies from landing in it. The customers then started to eat the bread and from then on the bar tender started to make the glass covers (tapas) more appetizing than just a slice of bread. and so the greatest finger food on Earth was born!

Barbecue food to me is all about eating with fingers so I guess you can see why I've drawn the parallel with tapas, not forgetting my European roots of course.

All the recipes on this page are for the barbecue grill but that doesn't mean that you can't use them in conjunction with a smoker.

Finding new recipes is a continual chore as you can see from the picture to the left. It was so hot that I had to wash it down with a nice cool beer.

It was on this particular trip to Barcelona that I was acquainted with the first appetizer recipe in the list below, beautifully cooked asparagus spears encased in crisp salty ham.


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