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Take a Bite of Feedback: 4 Recipes to Try

Feedback is Rachael Ray and John Cusimano’s signature festival celebrating the two things they love most – music and food – in a city they love, Austin! 

Feedback is certainly all about amazing music. But, it wouldn’t be a signature Rachael Ray event without crazy-delicious food, too!

This year, Rach served up fabulous twists on classic BBQ favorites. Make them for yourself, turn up our playlist, and create your own, mini-Feedback at home!

Whiskey Chicken Drummers

These tangy chicken wings are fabulous, and true to their name: Rach measures out the marinade using a shot glass!

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Photo by Brian Lahiere.

Grilled Eggplant and Roasted Tomato Sliders with Spicy Tahini

You won’t be missing the meat with these vegetarian- and vegan-friendly sliders. A nice kick from the tahini and a meaty bite from the eggplant make them oh-so-satisfying.

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Photo by Brian Lahiere.

Park’s Finest™ Cracked Dijon Mustard Frankfurter with Kimchi Chow Chow

A perfect twist on a classic hot dog, this seasoned frank and updated chow chow combo is anything but boring.

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Photo by Brian Lahiere.

7-Hour Smoked Brisket Sliders

For serious meat-lovers only! These sliders require a smoker and a lot of patience, but they are definitely worth it.

Photo by Brian Lahiere

Photo by Brian Lahiere

Want more from Feedback? Check out our 14 favorite moments from this year’s festivities.

[Top image by Brian Lahiere]

3 Responses to “Take a Bite of Feedback: 4 Recipes to Try”

  1. Michelle Townsend says:

    I would love to see your show in person but I work doing the day do you do taping
    on Saturday? oh and can you get a smoker to use in your apt?

  2. linda capehart says:

    I can not believe you are on tv pushing obamacare when it is destroying people’s lives. you could not possibly know what it does. you are a very big dissappointment. You couldn’t have any integrity at all when you are pushing something that Americans clearly don’t want and I am quite sure you have not signed up for it yourself. so put your money where your mouth is and sign up for it. then go to your dr and see how far you get. enough said.

  3. Linda H. says:

    I would love to see more vegetarian dishes on the show. I had to turn it off today when I saw lamb was on the menu. (Not that the other animal dishes don’t unsettle me.) All I could think of was the suffering the poor thing went through, so it’s legs could be served in some dish. Rachel could be promoting a kinder type of life, by offering recipes that don’t require the use of animals which suffer from the time of their conception to the time of their slaughter. I will no longer watch the show.

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