Griller WarfareTM LLC
An exciting new idea to spice up your cooking
GrillerWARFARE Spice Rubs and Marinades
When we think of wars, we tend to think of a war on the whole, and not on the individual battles and events that make it up. War has been a major part of history. Independence has been won and lost through battle; revolutions subdued; different groups and denominations crushed. However, during these battles, we have had the opportunity to find unique cultures and cuisine. I would like to share with the world the creative spice rubs and marinades of a unique flair that puts our US operations and campaign names as a reminder that freedom is not free. A part of the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Projects.
Operation Iceberg: Battle of Okinawa, 1945
1945 Japan, April–June; 12,513 American soldiers killed, 38,916 wounded, 33,096 non-combat losses. It was the bloodiest battle of the Pacific War raged. GrillerWARFARE Operation Iceberg will include Japanese influences uses of the five basic flavors; salt, sugar, vinegar, soya sauce and miso. However, wasabi and ginger will play largely in the rub and marinade.
Cold War: Korean War, 1950-1953
Communist North Korea; American soldiers killed, 33,741, wounded 105,000. Supported by the China invade non-communist South Korea. United Nation forces, principally made up of U.S. troops, fight to protect South Korea. The Korean War is the first armed conflict in the global struggle between democracy and communism, called the Cold War. Griller WARFARE Cold War rub and marinade will include the most popular spices of Korea including onions, garlic, scallions, ginger, sesame oil, crushed sesame salt and powdered red pepper.
Operation Zapata: The Bay of Pigs Campaign, 1961
American Military killed 4. An unsuccessful attempt by Cuban exiles to overthrow Fidel Castro’s communist regime in Cuba. US troops were Griller WARFARE Operation Zapata rub and marinade will have the best Cuban spice blends have many similarities, with tastes the best in Sofrito unique identity, a foundational blend in Latin American cuisine, using only freshest blend of spices and herbs for any vegetable or meat dish.
Operation Rolling Thunder: Vietnam War, 1965
American Soldiers killed 58,220, wounded 303,644. “Operation Rolling Thunder” was a lengthy, aerial bombardment performed by the United States on North Vietnam. GrillerWARFARE Operation Rolling Thunder rub and marinade will include what the Vietnamese culture dictates from the five taste elements, sweet, salty, sour, bitter and spicy.
Operation Just Cause: Panama, 1989
23 soldiers killed in action and 324 wounded in action. The mission in Panama was to capture Manuel Noriega who was a dictator who brutalized the Panama people. GrillerWARFARE Operation Just Cause Spice rub and marinade would have the wonderful Panamanian cuisine ranges from the familiar cumin and cilantro to the ultra-exotic saffron or bijol. Panama's cuisine is influenced by its diverse population of Hispanic, native Indian, European, African and even Chinese migrations.
Operation Peace for Galilee: Lebanon, 1982
195,840 casualties. U.S. troops formed a part of a multinational peacekeeping force to help the fragile Lebanese government maintain power in the politically unstable country. The Lebanese gastronomy is a rich mixture of various products and ingredients coming from the diverse Lebanese regions. Olive oil, herbs, spices, fresh fruits and vegetables are common. GrillerWARFARE Operation Peace for Galilee include the Lebanese seven spices of mouthwatering Nutmeg, Ginger, Allspice Fenugreek, Cloves, Cinnamon, and Black pepper.
Operation Dessert Storm Gulf War (Kuwait and Iraq) 1991 & Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq War 2003—
Operation Dessert Storm involves Iraq invading the country of Kuwait. The Gulf War begins and ends swiftly when a U.S.-led multinational force comes to Kuwait's aid and expels dictator Saddam Hussein's forces.
4486 Casualties, 30,182 wounded. Operation Enduring Freedom, the U.S. and Great Britain invade Iraq and topple the government of dictator Saddam Hussein. The U.S. engagement in Iraq continues for the next several years amid that country's escalating violence and fragile political stability. Iraqi food is so strongly influenced by its neighboring countries, Turkey and Iran, it is one of the few nations of the Middle East to lack a unique cuisine. Like the Turks, Iraqis like to stuff vegetables and eat a lot of lamb, rice, and yogurt. Like Iranians, they enjoy cooking fruits with beef and poultry. GrillerWARFARE Desert Storm rub and marinade would be a typical Baharat spice mixture. Spice ingredients include: allspice, black pepper corns, cardamom seeds, cassia bark, cloves, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, nutmeg, dried red chili peppers and/or paprika.
Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghan War 2001
Fatalities 2178,Wounded 17674 Operation Enduring Freedom is an American-led combat operation which supports the Global War on Terror (GWOT) active in Afghanistan, the Philippines, and parts of Africa. People often use “Operation Enduring Freedom” just to describe American combat operations in Afghanistan. GrillerWARFARE Enduring Freedom Spice rub and marinade would include the Afghan cuisine emphasizing well-balanced, contrasting tastes and food and is neither spicy nor bland. Herbs and spices used in Afghan cuisine include mint, saffron, coriander, cilantro, cardamom, and black pepper.
GRILLER WARFARE Clothing Line
Taking the idea of our military camouflage using a gastronomic flare of camouflage pattern making chef ware and other kitchen clothing. Aprons, chef jackets, chef pants, kerchief and toques. Again a part of the proceeds will go towards the Wounded Warrior Projects.
Griller Warfare from the Sea
A red and pink pattern of crustaceans including lobster, crab, and crawfish.
Griller Warfare from the Sea2
A black and gray pattern mollusks with scallop, oyster and etc.
Griller Warfare from the Land
Several types of beef steak cuts in a pattern no cook can be without.
Griller Warfare from Mother Earth
A fresh green pattern using types of lettuce and green herbs.