Blog

By Month > May 2014


Grilling Recipes for Memorial Day

May 12, 2014
With Memorial Day right around the corner, many people will spend the day in remembrance of those who lost their lives for the service of our country. Memorial Day is a holiday where people venture to lakes and host backyard barbeques with family and friends. What will you make this Memorial Day? Follow these easy grilling recipes for a great appetizer, main dish, side dish, and dessert! These grilling recipes are not only easy, but are so delicious we bet you won't even have leftovers!

Memorial Day|Grilling Recipes

Grilling Recipe #1- Appetizer
This grilling recipe is not only a great appetizer but a great side item to any meal! Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Poppers are sure to be a favorite among everyone on Memorial Day!
Ingredients
6 fresh jalapeno peppers, halved lengthwise and seeded
1 package cream cheese
12 slices bacon
Instructions
1. Preheat grill on High.
2. Spread cream cheese to fill jalapeno halves.
3. Wrap with bacon. Secure with a toothpick.
4. Put on grill and cook until bacon is crispy.


Grilling Recipe #2- Main Dish

Love a little bit of spice? This grilling recipe for Spicy Shrimp is a tasty treat for anyone who loves food with a little bit of a kick! It is also very easy!
Ingredients
2 pounds fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup olive oil
1/4 cup tomato sauce
2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
Instructions
1. Mix the garlic, red wine vinegar, cayenne pepper, salt, olive oil, tomato sauce, and basil together in a bowl. 
2. Dip shrimp into marinade and coat evenly. Allow shrimp to soak marinade in, by placing in refrigerator for 1 hour.
3. Remove and skewer shrimp.
4. Grill for 2-4 minutes per side (or until the shrimp is opaque). Enjoy!

Memorial Day|Grilling Recipes

Grilling Recipe #3- Side Dish
Who doesn't love fresh veggies from the garden? Don't let them go to waste! This year use this yummy grilling recipe to make up a Grilled Garden Medley of vegetables! This is the perfect side to any meal on Memorial Day!
Ingredients
1/2 cup thickly sliced zucchini
1/2 cup sliced yellow squash
16 large fresh button mushrooms
1/2 cup sliced red bell pepper
1/2 cup sliced yellow bell pepper
1/2 cup sliced red onion
16 cherry tomatoes
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup lemon juice
1/2 clove garlic, crushed
Instructions
1. Put chopped veggies in large bowl. Add the other ingredients and mix well. Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes to let marinate.
2. Preheat grill to Medium temperature.
3. Lightly oil grill. Place vegetables on grill and cook until tender (15 minutes).

Grilling Recipe #4- Dessert
This Memorial Day dive into a healthy dessert! That's right we said ‘healthy'! Opt for grilling fruit for dessert! Not only will it be delicious but have less calories and be a healthier option without tons of sugar! You can grill just about any fruit and it is very quick. Below are some healthy options that many people will love.
• Strawberries
• Pineapple
• Peaches
• Apples
• Mangoes

Memorial Day|Grilling Recipes

These grilling recipes will be hits with your family, friends, and neighbors this Memorial Day! Not in the mood to cook but want something tasty? Shooters Wood Fire Grill, has a wide variety of menu items that are handcrafted and slowly grilled over wood to secure only the finest taste! We have delicious salads, juicy burgers, mouth-watering steaks, and a full service bar! Stop by Shooters Wood Fire Grill, your favorite Rapid City restaurant today!

 Read More...

Easy Dessert Recipes for Mother's Day

May 8, 2014
Mother's Day is a holiday that many people look forward to and love to celebrate with family members. Mother's Day is a day to show appreciation to the mothers in your life and give thanks for all that they do for you. Mother's Day will strike the 100th anniversary of being celebrated in the United States but actually has a long world-wide history which stretches all the way back Ancient Rome and Greece, where people celebrated their different Mother Goddesses. Then in England during the 1600s people celebrated a holiday called Mothering Day. Mothering Day celebrated mothers and children gave small gifts like cakes to their mothers.

It wasn't until the early 1900s when Mother's Day found a place on American calendars and became an official holiday. After the death of her mother, Anna Jarvis, became an advocate for a holiday specifically to celebrate and thank mothers everywhere for all they do. In 1908 the first American Mother's Day celebration occurred at a local church where Anna's mother had her funeral services. Anna wanted to celebrate the life of her mother and the duties all mothers perform. The holiday caught fire and soon was celebrated in a variety of countries such as China, Japan, Mexico, Canada, and countries throughout South America. It was from the popularity that President Wilson made Mother's Day an official holiday on the 2nd Sunday of May.  Since it has been a popular holiday celebrated throughout the world.

Mother_Daughter

What are you doing this Mother's Day to show your mother your gratitude? A great way to show your mother how much she means to you is by cooking her a special treat on Mother's Day. Like those that celebrated Mothering Day, why not give the gift of desserts to your mother this holiday? Below are some tasty treats and ideas to create this Mother's Day. These are easy dessert recipes and will make any Mother's Day fun and filling!

Grape Salad
One easy dessert recipe that is sure to be a hit on Mother's Day is this delicious grape salad!


Ingredients

1 pound seedless green grapes
1 pound seedless red grapes
1 Jar marshmallow cream
1 package of softened cream cheese
1 package slivered almonds

Directions
1. Remove all the stems from the grapes and place in large bowl.
2. In a bowl add the softened cream cheese and marshmallow cream until it is smooth.
3. Pour this mixture onto the grapes, making sure the grapes are well covered.
4. Mix in the almonds.
You can serve this easy dessert immediately or allow it to refrigerate to set.

Champagne and Strawberries

This is a very easy dessert recipe to celebrate Mother's Day! It is also a special treat you do not often have, but is sure to be a favorite.

Strawberries_Sliced

Ingredients
 1 pint lemon sherbet
 2 pints strawberries, hulled and sliced
 2 cups champagne

Directions
1. Drop sherbet scoops into glasses.
2. Top with strawberry slices.
3. Pour champagne until glass is filled.

Banana Trifle
Who wouldn't love this easy dessert recipe for Mother's Day? Filled with yummy sweet goodness it is the perfect dish for anyone in the whole family!

Ingredients

  1 quart cold milk
 2 bananas, chopped
 2 packages instant banana pudding mix
 1 cup confectioners' sugar
4 cups heavy cream
1/2 box vanilla wafers - crushed
4 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 package prepared pound cake, cubed

Directions

1. Whisk pudding mix with milk until smooth.
2. Add chopped bananas to mixture.
3. In another bowl, whip cream until stiff peaks are just about to form. Add vanilla and sugar until peaks form. (Do not over-beat…the cream will become lumpy).
4. Layer half the pound cake cubes, half the pudding, half the whipped cream, and half the crushed vanilla wafers in a trifle bowl. Repeat with the remaining cake, pudding, and whipped cream, and top with the remaining crushed wafers. Chill in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

Style: "Agfa"

These three easy dessert recipes for Mother's Day will be excellent additions to any meal! Not in the mood to cook? No worries! Stop by Shooters Wood Fire Grill to celebrate Mother's Day! Shooters Wood Fire Grill has a large variety of menu items from wood-fire grilled steaks, tasty flatbreads, and delicious twists on burgers! 
 Read More...

Eliminate Food Waste when Dining Out

May 1, 2014
Did you know that 1.3 billion tons of food are not consumed globally every year? While that number may seem staggering, did you know Americans are the leading culprit, with 40% of food harvested in America never being consumed? Food waste in America has grown to be an epidemic problem and one that only continues to cause problems. April, is officially Earth month, and is dedicated to the upkeep and importance of recycling, reusing, and sustaining our Earth for generations to come. One area that needs to be improved on, not only during Earth month, but during all the months, is the amount of food waste in America.

think-before-you-trash-it-recycle-plastic-bottles

You may be wondering, just why does food waste in America pose as a problem or even a problem for the world? First, having high quantities of food waste in America, equals to money going directly down the drain. In a 2012 issue paper from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) it was found that, “The average American family of four ends up throwing away an equivalent of up to $2,275 annually in food”. Not only are families losing money due to food waste in America, but so is the American economy. According to the Scientific American, “Approximately 2.5 percent of the US energy budget is “thrown away” annually as food waste. This is equivalent to the energy contained in hundreds of millions of barrels of oil. Instead of wasting food take steps, even if you eat out, to not waste any food!

green leaf-earth

We need to take action together, not just during Earth Month, but during all the months to actively fight against food waste. Taking steps to eliminate food waste is easy. Even if you are eating out, you can help in the fight against food waste! Following these steps from your favorite Rapid City restaurant, Shooters Wood Fire Grill, will not only help the environment but can help the future of our world. 

• Leftovers and Freezing- Many times there will be leftovers to meals, especially with large restaurant portions. Instead of trashing them, eat them as leftovers later that day or take them to work as lunch. You can also learn great tips for freezing food, pickling food, or even canning food to preserve the food or meal until a later date. 

• Just Say No to Trash- Avoid throwing things away in your trash. Brought home leftovers but now don't want them? Don't pitch them! Instead see if you can share your meal with another family member or even a neighbor! Not only will it be a nice gesture, but you will be helping the environment and reduce food waste in America. 

• Eat What You Buy- Instead of ordering lots of food at a restaurant, order only what you know you will eat. Unsure of what you are in the mood for? Share your food, family-style, like in Asian countries. Order several small dishes and have everyone fill their plates. This will not only save money, but it will allow you to sample more things on the menu and take a stand against food waste.

These tips to eliminate food waste when you are eating out are easy to follow and can make a difference! Stop by Shooters Wood Fire Grill, your Rapid City restaurant for delicious food and tasty drinks! We promise, our food is so good…you won't want to stop eating! For more information on Shooters Wood Fire Grill contact us today at 605-348-3348!
 Read More...




Carry Out and Delivery

Call Shooters at 605-348-3348.

Order Online for Free Delivery in Rapid City

Location & Hours

Located on the west side of Rapid City,
right on the north side of West Main Street.

Mon-Thu: Fri-Sat: Sun:
11 am - 9 pm 11 am - 10 pm 8 am - 9 pm
Get Directions
Facebook Yelp TripAdvisor

Website Development by Robert Sharp & Associates