It’s the last official cook out of summer. Don’t worry, we can keep going strong until mid-September, but it is the last three-day weekend, so let’s do it up right. Check out these tips from Chef Craig Schauffel for a successful grilled meal.
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.
When thinking of lamb skewers and a zucchini cheese bake, perhaps your guess is that it may take a lot of time to prepare and cook. Don’t wait till the weekend to make this. Try this recipe and see just how easy it is!
Grilling days are almost over, so take advantage of building that fire and try this simple and oh-so-good branzino recipe!
Labor Day is almost here. This year, grill with an Italian flair. Try out some grilled versions of familiar Italian classics and really wow your friends and family.
Revamp your grilled menu to include these delicious grilled appetizers, seafood, or main dishes just in time for our nation’s birthday.
Grilling season is here. Are you prepared? Here are some useful tips to armor yourself with before entering the ring of fire.
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!
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.
Boost your veggies intake and create delicious vegan dishes all summer long on the grill.
Juicy, caramelised and crusted with burnished spices – this is my easy Indian-spiced pork loin with foraged greens, crispy fried onions and turmeric chat potatoes.
Summer may be all too quickly coming to a close, but we still have a…
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.
If you are a grilling geek, it is time to learn how those delicious smokey flavors are really created. The secret is in the drippings!
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.
Learning to master a new grill is Sheila McGrory-Klyza’s summer project. Grilled Shrimp Scampi with Polenta is an early success and a new favorite.
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.
It’s not uncommon to see a chef at the grill with a beer in their hand. Next time, try adding that beer to the grill.
A change in season means a change in food. A perfect summer day is often spent with the grill, the sizzle of food, and a hot dog enjoyed outside.
Summer is almost here and it’s time to warm up the grill. With the help of Steven Raichlen, we have gathered ten tips to achieve success on the grill.
This mouthwatering video will show you the trick of grilling a steak using a grill pan. Easy, simple, delicious.
Grilling season is in full swing with this new classic—grilled shrimp and eggplant topped with fresh pesto.
Learn how to make a flavorful jerk chicken and sea-bass that uses a wet and dry rub.
Grill season means BBQ, burgers and…dessert? Here are ten desserts, including chocolate nachos, to throw on the barbie.
This guide to grilling a pork chop uses an grill pan—the indoor alternative to a bulky outdoor grill and godsend for us city-folks.
Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer and we have a menu planned for you to celebrate the start of the season and honor those who have served.
What’s better than grilled lobster? Grilled lobster caught in the morning and served hours later on your plate with an Ancho chili lime butter.
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.
As summer fruit season begins there’s no better way to celebrate the peaches, stone fruit, and berries than with a delectable grilled peach salad.
If this beautifully shot video of chef Sean Brasel of Meat Market grilling blackened snapper doesn’t inspire you to grill your first fish, than nothing will
Yes, Virginia, you can grill avocado! Check out how to get your avocado fix during grilling season.
A perennial grilling favorite that never goes out of season, this grilled cheese is a decadent melding of Mascarpone and stewed apricots.
Can you think of a more perfect way to start off grilling season than roasting on the grill? Gather your friends and family – we visited Lobel’s Butcher Shop, of New York City for pointers on how to “grill” the perfect roast.
In our newsletter today – two of our all time favorite tailgating recipes containing malt and hops.
A cool cucumber yogurt sauce offsets the heat from the spice-filled marinade in this great grilling recipe.
These alternatives to traditional burgers are full of seasonal flavors like dried thyme and grilled apples.
Take advantage of the last few weeks of grilling weather with these swordfish skewers, a perfect late summer dinner.
Any barbecue-fan knows that store bought sauce will never ever be as delicious as the one you make at home.
Getting advice from one of Bill the Butcher’s experts is like speaking to a true Meat Whisperer, and it will make you the hit of your Labor Day BBQ.
There are countless ways to spruce up the humble hot dog. Try some of these varieties at your Labor Day cookout.
Why subject your perfectly grilled burger to store-bought buns this Labor Day weekend when you can bake your own at home?
Here’s a recipe that will allow your vegan friends to enjoy Labor Day barbecues just as much as the meat eaters do.
Don’t forget your vegetarian friends this Labor Day. Veggie kebabs are a great way to get them in on the grilling.
The best part of making a bbq dry rub yourself is that you can control the ingredients that go into it.
Kelsey Hilts decides to drop the beef and serve a fantastic turkey burger for Labor Day weekend.
Marinate chicken thighs in beer for tender, flavorful meat — and to clear out leftover beer from your fridge.
This Asian slaw uses all the vegetables found in more traditional cole slaws, but sets itself apart from all the others at your Labor Day cookout with its vinaigrette dressing.
These kebabs marinate overnight to get infused with the bright flavors of mint and cilantro.
A tender and aromatic Pork Loin that has been marinated with beer and herbs for 2 hours, then grilled to perfection, and topped with Parmesan cheese.
A Spanish spin on your classic burger featuring chorizo, Manchego cheese and a zesty Romesco sauce.
What is it about eating food outside that just makes it taste more vibrant and memorable?
It’s hot out . It’s summertime. It’s salmon season. It’s time to grill.
Summery chicken kabobs marinated in a sweet but zesty honey-lime marinade.
Portuguese grilling is pretty easy. All that’s needed is a sprinkling of salt and some olive oil before slapping a good fish on a hot grill.
Mitch Weinstein checks out this year’s 10th anniversary Big Apple BBQ Block Party – and…
Sure you could just drink coffee, but you can also use it to add flavor when grilling. Here’s Mike Crimmin’s caffeinated London Broil recipe.
Serve this lovely compound butter with soup, grilled meat and fish or just spread it on plain toast.
A simple and delicious way to take heart: skewered and dressed in a fresh herb vinaigrette.
Hog Island Oysters that are delicious any way you make them, so try them both ways.
The relatively new Brazilian tradition of grilling picanha has come symbolize authentic churrasco.