Whether you cook with gas or charcoal, nothing beats the flavor of food right off the grill. Dive into our collections of the best grilled recipes.
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Hearty Grilled Veggies
If you think the grill is only for burgers, think again. Grill asparagus, eggplant, cabbage, and mushrooms for hearty sides or a meat-free main dish. Grilling keeps them crisp and adds a distinctly summertime smoky flavor to the sides.
Throw a rack on the grill for the next tailgate gathering, dinner party, or mid-summer celebration. Pick the baby back, country style, or spareribs recipe that best suits your tastes, then load up on delicious rubs and sauces.
You don't have to run to the local smokehouse every time you get a hankering for pulled pork. Slow-cook a juicy, flavor-packed plateful of the tender meat in your own backyard. We've got tips for every grilling style, from wood chips to smoking.
Ditch your go-to grilled chicken recipe and try one of our juicy variations instead. Dig into wings, chicken burgers, and even pasta salads. They only take a few minutes to make and add great flavor to your usual dinner rotation.
Serve an entire meal from the grill, ending with a delicious dessert of apple crisp, grilled peaches, or even a chocolate pizza topped with apricots and bananas. If you prefer old-school classics, skewer a marshmallow and have the chocolate and graham crackers ready to go.
Take pizza night out of the kitchen and experiment with yummy toppings. Make a pepperoni pie large enough for the whole family or serve individually-sized pizzas so everyone can pick and choose their own favorite toppers.
No Grill Master's backyard is complete without a few fun gadgets and gifts. We picked our favorite from the summer's selection, but they'd be perfect year around for birthdays, holidays, and especially Father's Day. Don't miss the Team Spirit Grill Cover, customized to look like a jersey from your Grill Master's favorite team.