Nothing says 4th of July like a barbecue! This year we’re doing something a little small and special, an Independence Day dinner date right in your own backyard.
July 4th is right around the corner, check out these BBQ and red wine pairings tips before your party.
Which up this black eyed pea salad the next time you are invited to a backyard BBQ and show up with a bottle of Beaujolais wine too. It’s the perfect summer pair.
This soft coconut milk cake is inspired by the tropical flavors of Oahu and is topped off with a heavenly pineapple cream.
If the smashed-style of burger is your favorite, then this recipe with BBQ sauce, bacon, and caramelized onions is perfect.
Take BBQ rib season right into fall with theses slow cooked oven BBQ bourbon ribs slathered in a sweet and savory honey sauce.
These ribs are baked in a delicious sweet and spicy Korean-inspired barbecue sauce, and then basted and charred to perfection on the grill.
May is National Barbecue Month. Get your grill game in order with these backyard tips.…
What to do with all that leftover holiday ham? Make BBQ ham fried rice.
Heat up the holidays with spicy Korean-style fare while it’s cold outside.
Who doesn’t love true low-and-slow smoked pork ribs?
There’s still time to enjoy some delicious foods on the barbecue. So fire up your grill and get ready for lip-smacking Fish Tikka Bites served on Pita with some green chutney and treat your taste buds to a carnival of flavors.
Traditional grilled dishes enjoyed in the backyard all summer long pair perfectly with Italy’s Montefalco Rosso DOC blend. Here are two of our favorites.
What sets a Texas barbecue apart from the rest? Beef brisket, smoked low and slow for hours. No smoker? No problem! This oven version delivers tender meat and flame-kissed flavor.
These smoky, spicy Malaysian chicken wings can be grilled over coals or roasted in the oven for some of the best chicken of your life.
Make a finger-lickin’ good red wine barbecue sauce to slather over your grilled ribs and then easily serve the same wine with the smoky meal.
Baked beans made with bacon and red wine are the ultimate summer side dish that your barbecued foods were asking for.
The days are longer, the nights are warmer, and there’s always an excuse to be outside. Yours is being on the grill. Think you’ve got some serious BBQ’ing skills? Here is the challenge! Whether your bronzed guests are laying out by the pool, hitting the waves, playing at the park, or you are hosting an al fresco soiree, keep them having fun in the sun all day long with these morning till sunset grilled meals!
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.
It’s that time of the year where we do most of our cooking outside on the grill. Check out these perfectly paired wines for the summer BBQ season.
Beat the heat with refreshing summer cocktails that highlight fruits of the season, lots of ice, and easy mixers. With tropical flavors, these classic drinks are ready to hit the beach and be enjoyed in great company with good BBQ and summer eats.
Make the most of your Memorial Day grilling with a barbecue sauce infused with SIMI Sonoma County’s Pinot Noir wine.
From Korean BBQ to the best southern-style foods off the grill, here are the top BBQ restaurants in Los Angeles according to Chef Tim Hollingsworth.
Grilled Fig and Prosciutto Pizza is the perfect way to entertain a crowd. Sweet, salty and smokey all at the same time. Delicious.
Keep the grill buried underneath that pile of snow and make smoky, BBQ short ribs in the comfort of your warm kitchen.
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.
No space for a smoker? No problem. Here’s how to make a delicious pork shoulder, even in the coldest months.
Make your chipotle BBQ chicken wings even more fun with the addition of blueberries for a smokey, sweet, spicy, and tangy sauce combination.
A fun holiday side or even better next to leftover turkey, these BBQ-inspired baked beans with blueberries are easy to make and taste light and fresh.
It’s too cold to grill, so bake your ribs until sinfully tender with a blueberry barbecue sauce. It’s tangy, sweet, smoky, and totally finger-lickin’ good.
The search for the best char siu pork is on in Hong Kong.
Falling off the bone, these tender ribs can be made with a delicious bourbon sauce even when grilling season is long gone.
Smokey, tender meats in the Midwest? You bet. Discover a national favorite kitchen dishing out some of the best barbecue in Indianapolis.
Head outside and enjoy the last of summer’s tomato harvest on the grill and tossed into a simple pasta salad with big flavor.
The Carolina-style of barbecue sauce served with pork is characterized by the addition of Dijon mustard, said to come from German ancestors. Learn how to create this tangy, spicy sauce.
Grilled summer squashes make a bold, hearty dip with a zip of tahini. Perfectly served with pita for an appetizer or packable lunch.
Create a fun ginger beer chicken on the grill with a simple can of soda and a ginger ale glaze.
Victor Aravena is a talented chef at Stew Leonards, a Disney-like, foodie’s haven. He is also a grill master and shares tips for touch cuts that he swears by.
Grilled steaks are topped with rich melting blue cheese and chive compound butter and tangy balsamic onions. Make this easy, elegant meal all year round.
Mini peppers packed with sweet flavor are skewered, grilled and served with a minty tzatziki sauce for cool as a cucumber flavor.
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.
Homemade arugula grilled flatbread comes together quick and its smokey taste combines with creamy gorgonzola and sweet roasted grapes for a backyard meal.
Ready to join your barbecue spread, this bright potato salad with lemon juice, blue cheese, scallions, and mouth-watering bacon is a backyard winner.
Spicy, sweet, tangy, sticky chicken is skewered and cooked on the grill before being served with a creamy avocado sauce, rice, and lime juice.
Pico de gallo, tangy quick-pickled radishes, and grilled tofu with cumin makes for a flavorful vegetarian bite that is perfect for get-togethers.
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 vegan Italian menu on the grill is possible. Veggie kebabs, grilled pizza, salad, and olive oil-strawberry cake with balsamic makes a mouth-watering meal.
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.
For gas or charcoal, there’s something to learn about grilling from chefs Rick Bayless or Curtis Stone. Here are favorite tricks for al fresco cooking.
Try a savory and easy Filipino favorite. Chicken legs stewed until tender in soy sauce, vinegar and garlic that is grilled or broiled to crispy perfection.
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.
Pillowy Tangzhong baked buns with Chinese Barbecue Flavored Pork as filling.
This adventurous barbecue joint with a mixture of Asian flavors uses every part of the cow, even all four stomachs.
Fire up the grill while you still can with fall-off-the-bone ribs, from famed pitmaster, Dr. BBQ.
Grilled sprouts with spiced salami and pine nuts make for an earthy dish outside the kitchen. Drizzle with balsamic with mozzarella for a summer salad.