Recipes Of The Week: BBQ Style

Posted by Garrett Cleverly on 5/12/16 2:34 PM
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Summer is right around the corner, and it's time to get the invites ready, blow the dust off the grill and clean up the backyard for an awesome summer BBQ. 

Now, there are many foods that make up a classic of a summer BBQ. Hotdogs, hamburgers, potato salad are the favorites. There is nothing wrong with the favorites, however, if you're looking to really make an impression at your BBQ consider using what is growing on your landscape. Across our region,  fruit and citrus trees are producing juicy fruit that are great companions to any summer BBQ. Below are a few of our favorite recipes using homegrown fruit!

For a full list of our fruit and citrus tree offerings click here


Grapefruit & Orange Sangria
For a fun new twist on a classic, combine your grapefruits and oranges for this drink.

Ingredients: Grapefruit, lime, mint leaves, orange, club soda, Riesling wine, sugar, and water

Click here for the recipe


Frozen Peach-Coconut Daiquiri
The easiest way to beat the summer heat is with a frozen drink and a fresh peach from your tree!

Ingredients: Peach, lime, sugar, ice, coconut run, white rum, shredded coconut

Click here for the recipe


Grilled Zucchini with Lemon Salt
Grilled vegetables are just fantastic and super easy to prepare.
Ingredients: lemon, zucchini, black pepper, salt, olive oil


Watermelon, Radish, Orange & Goat Cheese Salad
If you're looking for a salad that will turn heads, we highly recommend this. 

Ingredients: Orange, chives, shallot, watermelon radishes, white balsamic vinegar, salt, Olive oil, walnuts, goat cheese

Click here for the recipe


Grilled Lemon Salmon Skewers
Skewers are a must at BBQs and these salmon skewers are juicy and loaded with flavor.

Ingredients: Salmon, garlic, lemons, parsley, Dijon mustard, black pepper, salt, Olive oil, bamboo skewers

Click here for the recipe


Apple Pie Bites
Every BBQ needs a dessert. 

Ingredients: Apple, apple pie spice, brown sugar, pecan, butter, crescent rolls 

Click here for the recipe

Topics: Insider, Homegrown Fruit and Citrus Trees