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A Backyard Barbecue

Everything You Need, From Accessories to Recipes to Décor

Be a Grill Guru

Dyna-Glo Wood Pellet Grill and Smoker

Sear, smoke, bake, braise, roast, and grill like a pro. This pellet grill and smoker includes a rear hopper chute. $445.49 at Amazon.com

Queen Creek Olive Mill's Prickly Pear Barbeque Sauce

Arizona’s iconic prickly pear’s essence and sweetness gives this secret-recipe barbeque sauce some Southwestern flair. $9.50 each at QueenCreekOliveMill.com

Maya Kaimal Foods’ Marinades

Indian food often features succulent marinated meats, and these mild marinade options can be used on a variety of meats, such as beef, chicken, lamb, and seafood—and even on cheese and vegetables. $14.99 for all four at Amazon.com

Connect-It Magnetic BBQ Tool Set

This tool set's versatile handle system connects with a special magnetic handle to use as a spatula, fork, tongs, and a server—two tools for four uses. $49.99 at Amazon.com

Fifth & Cherry Cutting Board

This butcher block cutting board takes preparing meats to the next level. The handmade boards are incredibly durable, antibacterial, and have a lifetime warranty and free refinishing. $299 at FifthAndCherry.com

The GRILLKILT

With multiple pockets, grommets, and D-rings, these sturdy kilts are like barbecue tool belts, with room for extra tools, ingredients, towels, and, yes, adult beverages. $98 at Grillkilt.com

Tasty Creations

Bradshaw Beans (for the oven or smoker)

Recipe from Terry Bradshaw, created with his son-in-law, Noah Hester

2 lb. ground beef 

½ lb. bacon 

2 bell peppers 

1 white onion 

2 cans each black beans, red beans, navy beans 

2 cups Bradshaw Bourbon BBQ Sauce or your favorite BBQ sauce  

1 large foil pan 

Pre-heat oven or smoker to 350 degrees. Brown ground meat and drain off the fat. Open, rinse, and drain half the beans and keep half with the juice. Mix all ingredients together in a large foil pan, cover with foil, and bake or smoke for 40 minutes. Uncover and cook for another 30 minutes.

Peach Pizza (for a backyard pizza oven)

Recipe from Myke Olsen of Myke’s Pizza, MykesPizza.com 

Peach Pizza Toppings

2 oz. gouda, grated 

2 oz. low-moisture mozzarella, grated 

4 oz. fresh mozzarella, torn into quarter-sized pieces 

1 fresh peach  

Fresh sage  

Pistachios  

Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Cut peach in half and remove the pit, then slice into ¼” slices. Note: frozen peaches can also be defrosted and used. Prepare crispy sage by removing leaves from stem of sage pieces. Heat a small amount of oil in a Dutch oven or skillet over medium-high heat. Add the sage leaves to the oil and cook quickly until bubbling of oil slows. Remove leaves and place on paper towels to drain excess oil. Rough chop pistachios. Stretch out pizza dough.  Break up mozzarella and gouda cheeses into chunks, and scatter over pizza. Add peaches. Cook for 5 minutes, rotate a half turn, and cook for another 5 minutes or until the crust has browned. Remove pizza from oven and add pistachios and crispy sage and serve.  

Set the Scene

Citronella Sea Salt Votive Set

This insect repellant, hand-poured votive trio contains all-natural citronella, grapefruit, lemon, lime oil, jasmine, and sea salt. $69 at SkeemShop.com

Dragonfly Outdoor Accent Pillow

An embroidered green dragonfly adorns an eco-friendly fabric with piped edge that’s hand-loomed of yarn made from recycled water bottles. $85 at Wayfair.com

Walton Salad Bowl Set

This 11" diameter bowl from Olive & Cocoa is crafted of acacia wood, has a food-safe lining, and comes with a pair of gorgeous 12" tall wood servers that can stand on their own. $148 at OliveAndCocoa.com

Sunny Lemon Personalized Tray

Handcrafted in the USA, this 17" square tray from Olive & Cocoa comes with free personalization. $178 at OliveAndCocoa.com

Backyard Candles

Made using up-cycled coconuts, natural soy/coconut wax, high-end fragrance, and clean-burning cotton wicks, plus 5% of the profit is donated to help clean up the oceans and protect coral reefs. $12.50 at BackyardCandles.com

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