These steak and veggie roll-ups are very easy to make and are simply made of steak strips rolled around julienned carrots, peppers and zucchini, grilled to perfection. A great appetizer for a backyard barbecue.
No matter how you spell it, check out these delicious food combinations on a stick. You’ll want to throw all of these kabobs on the grill this Memorial Day weekend.
Grill up some shrimp and serve it on a bright, herb-loaded bed of chimichurri pasta.
This citrus marinated grilled salmon is served on a bed of wilted kale. Top with crunchy, spiced chickpeas, fresh radishes, beets, cucumbers, pistachios and a creamy basil mint avocado dressing. It’s a perfect spring dinner.
Slathered on chicken, pork and more before grilling, this slightly sweet cherry barbecue sauce is a summer delight.
These ribs are baked in a delicious sweet and spicy Korean-inspired barbecue sauce, and then basted and charred to perfection on the grill.
Marinated with simple ingredients and layered on a skewer with your favorite vegetables, these grilled lamb kebabs are nothing short of delicious.
Just in time for Memorial Day, we’re sharing some quick barbecue tips from Steven Raichlen’s new book Barbecue Sauces, Rubs, and Marinades.
Who doesn’t love true low-and-slow smoked pork ribs?
A full Italian menu thrown on the grill complete with a grilled bread starter, charred pepper pasta, and calamari steaks served over crispy polenta cake.
Served with a bold passion fruit and leek sauce, this grilled salmon recipe is loaded with bright flavors that will leave you feeling full, but not weighed down.
PARTNER POST — Grilling season is here and it is time to explore Italian grilling…
Head outside and make these sinfully easy and delicious chicken skewers doused in spices and a simple barbecue sauce. Enjoy on the patio with a Chilean wine for a perfect pair.
A rustic Italian meal of artichokes that give a delicious earthy, smokey flavor and grilled polenta drizzled with pesto and sprinkled with capers and basil.
Make the most of your Memorial Day grilling with a barbecue sauce infused with SIMI Sonoma County’s Pinot Noir wine.
This recipe will be the best Char Siu, Cantonese BBQ Pork Belly, you will ever make at home. What are you waiting for? Get some pork on your fork.
Marinated in Thai spices and soy sauce, this pork crisps up beautifully when grilled. Serve over rice with a sweet chili sauce.
Perfectly tender ribs are rarely made on the grill. Instead start the low and slow process in the oven and finish on the grill, if desired, with a sweet and spicy honey and bourbon glaze.
Send off grilling season with a bang. Throw your favorite fruits on the grill for great smoky flavor and use them in impressive sweet and savory summer dishes.
Mini peppers packed with sweet flavor are skewered, grilled and served with a minty tzatziki sauce for cool as a cucumber flavor.
A grilled fingerling potato salad with a mustard dressing is not your traditional potato salad. Take it all out to the grill for a perfect summer side.
Leftover beef doused in barbecue sauce is perfect comfort food when nestled inside of a baked potato and topped with sour cream and tomatillo jam.
Don’t turn on the oven this summer, make this homemade prosciutto pizza with dough cooked on the grill and topped with tomatoes, arugula and white balsamic.
One bite of the tender, crowd-pleasing chicken marinated in lemon and harissa Dijon for a flavor punch and guests will be asking for the secret.
Pizza dough is slathered with barbecue sauce, topped with pork belly marinated in Asian seasonings and mozzarella cheese. Perfect for a unique pizza night.
A full menu of favorite recipes to cook on the grill as you celebrate Memorial Day outdoors. Of course, we had to include some sweet desserts, too.
For a quick summer side dish, throw sweet potato wedges on the grill and then serve them with zesty honey mustard dip for the perfect dunking pair.
Earthy with a touch of sweetness, simple grilled chicken is rubbed with a bold walnut and white wine mustard sauce and served beside matching green beans.
Slow-cooked turkey pulled with barbecue sauce and served as a sandwich alongside baked fries is a simple winter meal with big flavor.
Fire up the grill while you still can with fall-off-the-bone ribs, from famed pitmaster, Dr. BBQ.
Blueberry barbecue sauce is a great sweet and tangy addition to chicken pizza. Not to mention, the colors are easy on the eyes.
Create your own Tex-Mex inspired rub and grill away. These skewers are easy to grill and then slide into a tortilla with vegetables and your favorite sauce.
For a successful dinner on the patio, all you need is grilled summer vegetables, toasted bread, and tangy lemon-basil ricotta.
Ray Lampe, known as Dr. BBQ, lets us in on the world of a pitmaster. The secret weapon to barbecue success is simple and if followed the results are sweet.
Easily turn your gas grill into a makeshift smoker to make these sweet, sticky, and slightly spicy Smoked Pomegranate Chipotle Ribs.
Summer is just around the corner and in case you are tired of the same old burgers, try these unconventional foods to try on the grill.
While you’re waiting for the ribs to roast, let your family have a preview of your culinary skills with these delicious and fun grilled appetizers.
A Kansas City style, tomato based, sweet and tangy homemade bbq sauce. Robust, thick, and savory. Try as a pizza sauce, too.
Any barbecue-fan knows that store bought sauce will never ever be as delicious as the one you make at home.
These bbq ribs are tender, flavorful, smoky…everything you want out of bbq.
Kelsey Hilts visits family in North Carolina, and gets a hands-on crash-course in Barbecue.
Barbecue. Pork. Crock pot. Tortillas. Cheese. You have the information you need.
Lean pork marinated in a tangy, almost teriyaki flavored sauce, mixed with the smoke from the grill and just the slightest hint of rosemary.