Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Roseda Steak Burgers Contest!

Alrighty people, remember I told you that I recently got a few SteakBurgers sent to me by the wonderful folks at Roseda Beef. We tried them and we loved them and I did a little review for them here, then they thought that it would be a great idea to share their burgers with one of YOU.

That's right, I'm going to do a little contest and since it's summer time and with the 4th of July just around the corner, I need you to leave me a comment with one of your favorite grilling recipes, it can be a family favorite or a true and tried one or just one that you're planning to make for your family soon. Leave me the recipe, your name and a way to contact you. Due to the perishable nature of the prize, this contest is open to US residents only!

The winner will get a Summer Cookout Kit from Roseda including:

  • 20 Steakburgers and buns to share with your friends and family;
  • A Roseda spatula;
  • A Meat 101 kit, packed with info and tips on choosing and cooking the best cuts of meat for your taste.

How cool is that???????? So again, a huge thank you to Meghan and the rest of the people at Roseda. I will announce a winner on Monday the 7th of July.

Good Luck Everyone!


Cheri said...

Pork Tenderloin

1 Pork Tenderloin- you know- the round-log like roll
Brianna's Real French Vinegrette Dressing

Marinate the pork for 4 hours and then grill till done. We seared it at a high heat and then lowered the temp till it reached the desired doneness.


Laura H. said...

Beef Kabobs marinated in italian dressing with tons of veggies!! Mmmmm. Yummy!!


Sarah said...

We love chopping up a fresh pineapple and putting some pineapple rings on the grill. Grilling it turns the pineapple sweeter. I like how pretty it looks with the grill marks too :)

Katrina said...

I found this on the food network and CAN"T wait to try it! Sorry it's long, but it looked SOOOO Good!

Portobello Stuffed with Sausage, Spinach and Smoked Mozzarella

(since the recipe is so long, I will just post the link),1977,FOOD_9936_72652,00.html

davec777 said...

I like to go real simple with grilling chicken breasts on our gas grill. I brush the chicken breasts with olive oil and then sprinkle with lemon pepper. It is moist and tender every time. It is also delicious the next day sliced thin over salad greens! Double bonus =)

Mrs Groovy said...

I love to just make regular hamburgers on the grill, garlic salt, johnny's season salt and grill. Our other fave would be rump roast in the crock pot.

Mari said...

Here's one of our favorites:

Teriyaki Chicken
1/4 cup cooking oil
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup dry cooking sherry
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 garlic clove, minced
2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Combine oil, soy sauce, dry sherry, ginger and garlic in large zip lock bag. Place chicken in bag, removing air from bag and refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight.
When ready to cook, drain marinade from meat and grill.

annie said...

My favorite grilling recipe is to take an ear of corn (several actually) and place them in the husks on the grill. Cook until nicely charred, shuck brush with butter and salt and eat! YUM.

Trisha said...

I'm another one for fresh grilled pineapple! So delicious and easy!

Jen said...

Hamburgers.....slice a vidala onion and lay a slice onn each burger while grilling...remove when burger is done...yum yum....or use dale's sauce..we use that alot.....

Sherry said...

I love grilling shrimp and veggie kabobs! Before putting them on the skewers, I mix everything in a bowl with olive oil and garlic salt. Thread on the skewers, grill, and serve over rice or couscous. Delish!


Anonymous said...

We have a family birthday tradition to grill pizzas every summer. We use our favorite pizza dough recipe (even store bought works great!), place it on a smokin' hot grill for about 15 minutes, then place all your toppings on and cover the grill. Let the toppings warm through and the cheeses melt (about 10 minutes). Some of our favorite toppings are fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, salmon, and chorizo sausage....although not all together :)

I'm excited to try these burgers!!!

jilldaugherty03 at yahoo dot com

Stephanie said...

mmmmm- thats looks great!!

Also, I LOVE your new header!

Happy 4th,

Anonymous said...

My favorite would be just simple pork or beef ribs. No seasoning, not anything added just the flavor of the meat from grilling. Oh so good to eat with baked beans and grilled corn. A surprise grill find for me was to grill corn with mayo. Just spread on the corn then grill, it tastes wonderful.
I think the exact recipe is on America's Test Kitchen site or maybe BBQ U.

mje at nts-online dot net

Kim said...

My husband makes the best steak with a seasoning of just garlic salt. It's so good. Another one we like is shrimp marinated in teriyaki sauce and grilled on skewers with pineapple. Yum!

kimmy_curls at hotmail dot com

Tammy and Parker said...

Super Simple Summer Burgers

1 pound ground beef
1 pkg. dry ranch dressing
1/2 shredded cheese

Mix everything. Form into patties. Grill. Top with onions, pickles, tomatoes, the works!

These are quick, easy,juicy, freeze well if you want to make a bunch of them ahead of time and taste like a true gourmet burger!


Tammy and Parker

Ginny said...

I don't eat meat, so I just love baked potato on the grill, wrapped in foil with butter in the middle, yum!

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

Hi Sandra....too bad I am not American, that burger looks dee-lish.

Happy Fourth of July from one of your Canadian visitors.!

Mississippi Songbird said...

Ohh.. Great Thanks for hosting this..

Well, My husband and I sort of do this together.. We take this HUGE slab of spare ribs or baby back ribs.. We rub with Watkins BBQ rub or any rub we have and then we pour country bob's sauce over it.. We marinade that for about an hour, then we put it on the grill and he cuts up a vidalia oinion and puts the slices on top and then grills it and keeps basting it until it looks so sticky and good.. It's wonderful!

My e-mail is

Happy 4th!

Farm Fresh Jessica said...

How lucky am I? My first time here & you're doing a giveaway!

Delish Burgers
1 1/2 lbs ground beef (ideally home raised :-))
1 T dried mustard
2 or 3 garlic cloves, minced
1 t cayenne
1 T cilantro, chopped or 1 t dried cilantro

mix-n-grill baby!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Two things we like to do on the grill that aren't mainstream are grilled fresh pineapple and grilled portobella mushrooms. The pineapple is super simple - just buy a whole pineapple, core, cut in large slices and then mix up the topping - brown sugar with some cinnamon (to taste), then add enough lime juice to make a paste. Delicious! We also like portobella mushrooms that we marinate in balsamic vinegar, olive oil and spices (I usually use basil, oregano and garlic). We usually do these as a side dish or veggie to go with a grilled meat. Yummy!

Have a wonderful day :)

Barbara said...

My favorite thing on the grill is a ribeye sprinkled with fresh ground pepper and a bit of table salt.

My second favorite is a pork tenderloin sprinkled with southwest seasoning from pampered chef.

I'm of the simple is best philosophy when it comes to grilling.

Laurie023 said...

We love to grill round steak with a little Season All and garlic powder for seasoning. Simple, yet juicy and flavorful and we can grill it last minute without having to marinate it overnight.


Michelle said...

finally getting my recipe to you :)

Sesame Chicken Kabobs

1. 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2. 1/4 C + 2 Tbsp teriyaki sauce
3. 1/4 C soy sauce
4. 2 Tbsp sesame seeds
5. 3 Tbsp veg or olive oil
6. 2 Tbsp sesame oil

1. Cut chicken into 1-inch cubes and arrange in shallow baking dish (you can skewer them now to make it easier).
2. Combine remaining ingredients and stir well. Reserve a little to baste with. Pour the rest over chicken. Cover and marinate abt 3 hrs.
3. Grill and baste frequently with reserved marinade.

Chunk & pooter's mom said...

I love to slice in half squash, onions, peppers and cherry tomatoes and grill them after marinating in a balsamic vinegrette. along with chicken breasts. I put a garlic bulb in some foil and throw that on. Chop that up and put in a bowl, squeeze the garlic into it and mix. Serve with the chicken.

Branderella said...

mmmm... i just found your blog of my mama's... we just made some real yummy food last night, we had soem burger like type of food on the best bread in the world. The meat we did the basic was, on the traeger with some jonny salt, the bread we got some french bread and cute it length wise and broasted it in the oven, when it was all a golden brown we soaked it in a mixture of ALOT of butter, and some Fat Tire beer, then put it back int eh oven for about 5 minutes. There ya go just use the bread to make a sandwhich out of it, they are amzing! Thanks for the giveaway!

Mike Golch said...

I guess that leaves me old man out i cannotr think of a good recipie for the contesr.except grilling corn on the cob. i have not been allowed to do any grilling because of the (P.I.A.) neighbors I got rid of the grill.

tiffanie said...

1" delmonico steak marinated in frank's hot sauce, grilled til pink in middle. potatoes, mushrooms and peppers wrapped in tinfoil with butter and seasoning of choice, grilled til tender. most delicious meal ever... mmm...

Nicole said...

Thanks for stopping by my site. May I just say that, that burger looks yummy! Here's my grilling recipe. I like chicken breasts marinated in Grillmates Mesquite seasoning. The kind that comes in a little bag that you add oil & vinegar too. It's so good! Thanks for the contest!

Alicia said...

My favorite thing this year is pork ribs with seasoning salt, grilled on a CHARCOAL grill, then when almost done...BBQ sauce!!! Delicious!!!

I feel you just can not beat the charcoal grill!!! Hamburgers, steak, whatever!!!

Thanks for the chance to win!

Katy said...

My DH is in charge of the grill. He makes Monster Burgers. There are no set measurements. You mix ground beef, shredded cheese, onion soup mix, egg and bbq sauce.