I mean, let’s get right down to business here. It’s Friday, which means there are less than 12 hours until the work day is over and it’s time to par-tay for the weekend. And weekends are taken to a whole new level now that it’s officially summer time!
Summer is all about the BBQ. And the summer cocktails. And the beach. But let’s tackle one of those at a time.
Today let’s talk meat. And the grill. It’s kind of a big deal. It’s hot. Fast. And no clean up. And I like it. (okay well maybe there is a little clean up involved, but hello, that’s what my future hubby is for, right?!?)
It’s basically my solution to all dinner parties during the summer months. You can grill meat. You can grill salad. You can grill appetizers. And you can freaking grill dessert. Heck yes, dessert. I’ll go there next week.
So last weekend we had a few dinner parties lined up. I was feeling snazzy so I ran on down to Lindy and Grundy, my all time favorite butcher shop, and picked up some chorizo sausage. Ah-mazing. Here’s a little secret… if you have awesome butchers in your town, become friends with them. They are rockstars and will teach you lots of fun things you never knew. Word.
So on my way home from the butcher shop, I decided we were going to jazz up these chorizo sausages with, yup, you guess it, guacamole. Hells yes. Thank you very much. It was brilliant. The chorizo was spicy and smoky and the guacamole toned it down just a touch with it’s creamy texture. Throw it all on a toasted hot dog bun and pour yourself a cocktail, kick your shoes up and call it a day.
Also, with Fourth of July right around the corner, these would be kinda perfect for a big backyard BBQ celebration. Just saying.
Happy Friday Everyone!! Hope you’ve got a little something fun planned this weekend!
These Guacamole Chorizo Sausage Dogs will totally rock your world! The key to these delicious treat: par boiling the sausages before putting them on the grill. The wonderful people over at Lindy and Grundy suggested to par boil them for a few minutes on each side otherwise they might explode on the grill - and we don't want that to happen.