Grill-lympics: Announcing the Grand Prize Winnercomments (3) August 22nd, 2011 in Blogs
Thanks to all the Grill-lympians who made it an exciting four weeks around here. We’ve loved seeing what’s been fired up on your grills every week.
Picking a stand-out among stand-outs wasn’t easy. Reviewing editors’ votes, comments ranged from “The Lebanese chicken is the dish I most want to make,” to “She had me at pancetta.” One said the baby backs made her want to lick her screen, while the stuffed peppers got a “Hey. . .interesting. I'd try those!”
In the end, an early entry, Judy's Pancetta-Gruyere Burger with Grilled Vidalia Onions won our hearts—and a Char-Broil Commercial Series™ Two Burner Infrared Grill. Congratulations, Judy!
Pancetta-Gruyere Burger with Grilled Vidalia Onions
Grilled Baby Back Ribs
Sheesh Tawook with Toom (Lebanese Garlic Aioli)
Golden Raisin & Smoked Almond Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
A hearty thanks goes out to everyone who participated in the Grill-lympics and to the companies that donated the prizes that put a little extra sizzle in our challenge: firecraft.com, Allen Brothers Steaks, iGrillinc.com, Zwilling J.A. Henckels, and Char-Broil. We really appreciate it.
Our grilling challenge may be over, but there's plenty more grilling to be done before the season ends. And, if you're hungry for another challenge, stay tuned. We'll be asking to see your Christmas cookies before you know it!
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Cue the opening ceremony music, get a good grip on the torch, and get ready to make your family proud. In our first ever Grill-lympics, we’re challenging you to share your grilling with us. All you need to do to participate is grill something scrumptious (burgers, steak, chicken, etc. according to the week’s theme) and upload your photo and a description to our Community Gallery, or post a link to an entry on your blog on our Twitter or Facebook page. Each Monday, starting July 25, Fine Cooking editors will pick three finalists from the previous week's entries. A post will be published featuring the finalists along with a poll where the FineCooking.com community (that's you!) can vote for a favorite entry (one vote per IP address). The poll will close at noon the following day, and the post will be updated to reflect the winner.