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.
These Grilled Dijon Pork Sliders pack a serious punch of flavor thanks to a dijon mustard sauce. Top each slider with crunchy purple cabbage and serve it on a sweet Hawaiian roll.
Take your grill game to the next level with these amazing, and flavorful mustard grilled tofu skewers.
Football season is here! Celebrate with these grilled garlic chicken wings featuring fresh summer herbs.
Perhaps the easiest dessert for a backyard barbecue yet! Grilled angel food cake with berry compote, is impressive, sweet and delicious.
The star of this recipe is the herb mint sauce pairing playfully with grilled lamb and a versatile Vinho Verde wine. A delightful summer trio.
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.
Revamp the dirty martini with grilled olives and smoky bitters.
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.
Who doesn’t love true low-and-slow smoked pork ribs?
Try a simple and delicious recipe for grilled shrimp skewers layered with pineapple and chipotle and bursting with South American flavors perfectly paired with a Vinho Verde wine.
Salmon can be so simple and easy to cook, but for those that are unfamiliar…
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.
Marinated in balsamic and pesto, these simple skewers are a delightful backyard meal served with a flavorful orzo salad.
Polenta takes on a whole new personality when grilled with truffle steaks and served with zucchini salad.
PARTNER POST — Grilling season is here and it is time to explore Italian grilling…
There’s nothing better than enjoying a juicy steak, fresh from the grill. These steak recipes feature less expensive cuts made delicious with simple ingredients.
Grilled Fig and Prosciutto Pizza is the perfect way to entertain a crowd. Sweet, salty and smokey all at the same time. Delicious.
Just because the snow is falling outside doesn’t mean we should shun everything that must be grilled. Check out these tips for winter grilling.
Keep the grill buried underneath that pile of snow and make smoky, BBQ short ribs in the comfort of your warm kitchen.
Ideal for tailgating and holiday parties, these skewer recipes feature filling combinations for a hungry crowd. They are portable and require little cleanup.
There is nothing like juicy Japanese yakitori. Try this easy recipe with big flavors in the oven or on the grill.
Football season is in full swing. Ditch the store-bought chips and salsa, and opt for these dishes instead—they’re a guaranteed win.
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.
Summer may be all too quickly coming to a close, but we still have a…
Grilled summer squashes make a bold, hearty dip with a zip of tahini. Perfectly served with pita for an appetizer or packable lunch.
Mini peppers packed with sweet flavor are skewered, grilled and served with a minty tzatziki sauce for cool as a cucumber flavor.
Show Dad that you can fend for yourself in the kitchen and choose a recipe that is decadent, spicy, or veggie loaded and fits your guy to a T.
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.
Slightly charred, this grilled pizza with caramelized onions, sun-dried tomatoes, and walnuts is a culinary delight.
Sliced polenta is grilled and topped with tangy dressed vegetables, sun-dried tomatoes, and succulent marinated and grilled shrimp.
Grilled pesto chicken is the perfect topping to pizza dough also cooked on the grilled with fontina cheese and sun-dried tomatoes. A gourmet masterpiece.
Homemade focaccia-like buns, a sun-dried tomato chutney, and fresh ground burgers topped with a garlic infused olive oil makes for an exciting backyard barbecue.
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.
Polenta cake is served with grilled fruit soaked in a raspberry vinegar and ice cream drizzled with balsamic glace and fresh basil to create sweet balance.
Pico de gallo, tangy quick-pickled radishes, and grilled tofu with cumin makes for a flavorful vegetarian bite that is perfect for get-togethers.
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.
Parrilla gets Italian flair of meats marinated in Italian seasonings and capers, Italian olive oils, and vinegars mixed into flavorful chimichurri.
A refreshing salad from London restaurant, The Refinery, complete with feta and simple ingredients for a perfect seasonal combination of flavors.
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.
Perfect for poultry, pork, or even vegetable kebabs, this sweet and sour glaze is rounded out with chili and garlic for a hint of delicious spice.
All the ingredients of jambalaya are skewered, grilled to perfection and then nestled in a flame-toasted, buttered bun.
Fire up the grill while you still can with fall-off-the-bone ribs, from famed pitmaster, Dr. BBQ.
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.
Beat the heat and make loaded “baked” potatoes on the grill. Filled with black beans, pumpkin seeds, and lime greek yogurt, you can’t go wrong.
This roasted vegetable pasta can easily be doubled to feed a crowd on a warm day. Serve with a bottle of wine and a crusty bread.
Add some java flair to a traditional grilled steak. The smokey, spicy rub forms a crust on the steak and seals in the delicious juices.
Made with coconut milk, this marinade leaves the chicken so moist and flavorful. Make extra marinade serve as a sweet and spicy sauce.
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.
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.
Grill season means BBQ, burgers and…dessert? Here are ten desserts, including chocolate nachos, to throw on the barbie.
Grilled Caesar Salad. Need we say any more to get you to fire up the grill?
A wonderful summer side made up of sweet, tender carrots grilled to perfection topped with charred queso fresco and fresh parsley.
For the ultimate guide to the nation’s beloved mini-burger, check out Briskettown’s guide to grilling sliders.
Jalapeño poppers are great. Burgers are too. Stuffing a bacon cheeseburger with the flavors of jalapeño poppers is pure bliss. Serve with Avocado Dressing.
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 fresh meal is easy to make on the grill or in the oven with skewered salmon. Add lemon, grapefruit, and dill to the mix for added flavors.
Practice your perfect grilled meal before Memorial Day gets here. Salmon and vegetables barbecued with simple seasonings and charred just right, in minutes.