If there was a prize for the worst Idahoan ever I’d be sure to win. Whoever heard of an Idahoan who can’t grow potatoes? Here in God’s country potatoes are a given. It’s what we’re known for, for goodness sake. Yet year after year my potatoes look like something out of a horror movie. In fact, this year I plain gave up and decided I was done with trying. It was fortuitous that Klondike Brands came along and asked me to try out their amazing Klondike Royale Potatoes. I was sold. I’ve learned a tremendous amount on what it takes to grow good potatoes and went out in the trenches, so to speak to see the process of potato harvesting from ground to package. I was impressed. …
Are you looking for a Summertime BBQ side dish to serve with your burgers, dogs, steak and chicken? Then stop right here, because I have you covered! Today I am serving up some foodie-licious summertime BBQ side dishes that are perfect for the dog days ahead. Each of these great BBQ dishes will keep your house cool, your family and guests happy, and leave you with plenty of time to enjoy the BBQ.
Thanks to all my blogging friends and their wonderful recipes. Now on to the Summertime BBQ Side Dish Roundup!
Summer Grilled Potato Vegetable Medley From Pure Grace Farms. Shari says…” bursting with color and fresh tasting flavor. These simple potatoes can be put together in less than 10 minutes. Grilled alongside your favorite entree, no muss, no fuss; leaving you plenty of time to spend with family and friends.” My kind of dish.
Couscous Salad with Grilled Pineapple and Grapefruit comes from With a Blast. Here is what Linda has to say about this great tasting salad, “I love cooking with Couscous as it is so quick to prepare. Throw in some delicious salad goodies and you get this refreshing Couscous Salad with grilled Pineapple and Grapefruit which is bursting with flavor.” Sounds just right to me!
Chili-Lime Corn on the Cob comes from Simply Suzanne’s At Home. Suzanne say’s, “I love treating my friends and family to grilled corn that’s dolled up with an incredible creamy chili lime sauce that’s a little sweet, spicy, and tart . . . and oh so good!! Grilled Corn is a great summer side dish.”
Grilled Asparagus with Olive Oil and Lemon Zest comes from Pure Grace Farms. Here’s what Shari has to say, “Grilling asparagus is quick and easy, takes little to no time to prepare and the results are outstanding.” I think we have a winner here!
Grilled Brie Stuffed Figs with Honey comes from Fearless Dining- Gluten Free. Here is what Sandi has to say, “Grilled figs are delicious and I can easily see grilling figs in my future. The flavors really work well together.” and “These figs would be a perfect appetizer if you need a fancy dish for a party.” I heartily concur!
No BBQ would be complete without drinks and dessert so if you need a few “Foodie-Licious” ideas I am happy to supply!
I hope you enjoy this Foodie-licious Summertime BBQ Side Dish Roundup. Be sure to head over to all my featured bloggers, check out their great recipes and tell them I sent you. If you get the chance, share a little love my way too! I sure would appreciate it!
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