This Carolina Barbecue Sauce recipe is easy to make and tastes delicious with everything. The homemade sauce is thick, tangy, slightly sweet and so finger lickin’ good you will want to make it again and again.
Your carne asada can be ultra tender, with a secret ingredient that works for almost any cut of beef you want to grill. We’re sharing our tips on how to make supremely flavorful, tender, juicy carne asada right at home.
We love burgers and hot dogs, but we also love variety. Check out these delicious main dishes and sides that you don’t oven see at backyard cookouts, but are perfect new things to throw on the grill for the Fourth of July celebrations.
This Grilled Skirt Steak with Watermelon Salsa screams summer with its bright colors and flavors. Easy enough to make for a weeknight, but perfect for company too. It’s a delicious dinner that is elevated even more with a Vinho Verde wine.
These juicy, spicy harissa lamb burgers are going to be a hit at your next barbecue. Harissa mayo, pickled red onions and feta make this burger special.
Grilled salmon and a good red wine. There are few things that make us feel better on a summer night. Grill out with this boosting recipe and a beautiful Beaujolais wine.
Skip the usual mayo-based potato salad and impress your guests with this grilled potato salad with fresh herbs, a lemon dressing and soft boiled eggs to bring it all together.
Wondering what wine to serve with your BBQ fare this summer? Keep reading to find out why Beaujolais is one of the most food-friendly wines out there, and why it is the best wine to pair with grilled foods.
This lemon-thyme grilled chicken is all you need to host a successful cookout. Marinating the chicken breast overnight in a lemon, olive oil, and thyme marinade makes them tender and flavorful.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.