This vibrant, fresh take on potato salad comes from our friends The Food Gays. Packed with bright herbs in a chimichurri sauce that steals the show, it's the speedy summer side that's guaranteed take the spotlight at your next cookout or summer party.
This tender rhubarb bread has a light citrusy flavor and beautiful flecks of pink rhubarb throughout. The crunchy streusel on top, complete with brown sugar, pecans, and hints of cardamom and nutmeg, takes this bread over the top and adds a delightfully nutty flavor. Be sure to use the freshest in-season rhubarb possible. Color isn’t always the determining factor in ripeness: When looking for ripe rhubarb, look for stalks about the length of your forearm, about 7 to 15 inches. Although some varieties of rhubarb remain green or white when they ripen, most rhubarb found in stores will be deep red in color when cut at its peak ripeness. Pay attention to the cut ends of the stalks—if the ends seem dehydrated, simply trim them until the center of the stalk appears moist and tender. Be sure to fold in the flour and rhubarb to prevent over stirring, which will lead to tougher bread. Allow your streusel to sit for a while so it can break into different-size pieces. Since this is a dense, moist bread, it’s necessary to coat the pan with shortening and flour. Gently pour the batter into the pan and lightly tap the pan on the counter to help guide it into the corners and spread evenly into the pan. After the bread has had a few minutes to rest after baking, gently loosen the edges from the pan with a small offset spatula, paying attention to not tear or damage the sides of the bread.
These recipes are great for camping trips, whether you're venturing into the wilderness or sticking to the convenience of your own backyard. Prepare your meals over a campfire, sit back, and enjoy the fresh air.
You don't need much for these easy cocktails. Whether you're in the mood for something cool and classic (a Simple Screwdriver only calls for two ingredients, after all) or something a little more unique (Boozy Lavender Lemonade, anyone?), you're going to want to bookmark this collection of drink recipes with few ingredients.
There's nothing like grilling flavorful veggies in the summertime—barbecues, picnics, and backyard get-togethers aren't complete without at least one healthy grilled side dish. Whether you're craving eggplant, corn, or zucchini, our favorite grilled vegetable recipes just can't be beat.
What's better than a juicy burger hot off the grill? One stuffed with melted, gooey cheese, obviously. These stuffed burgers are the ultimate in grilling season inspiration. While you can of course use any cheese you love, this burger construct is especially useful for crumbly cheeses, like feta and blue cheese, that are prone to falling off the patty as soon as you lift your stacked burger to go in for the first bite. Not only does stuffing your burger keep the most important topping contained, but the cheesy core keeps your patty exceptionally succulent as it cooks. Plus, all practicality aside, everyone knows—a stuffed burger is a fun burger. Need proof? Give our Ham and Swiss-Stuffed Burgers or our Pizza-Stuffed Cheeseburgers a go.
Calling all EGG-heads! This collection of recipes made just for you can be adapted to work perfectly for on the Big Green Egg. Fire up your Egg to add intense flavor and juiciness to meats, seafood, veggies, and more!
Brisket was meant to be grilled. Whether marinated or dry rubbed, brisket cooked over smoking wood or charcoal develops a gorgeous crust and juicy, tender flesh. If you can't get to a grill, be sure pull out your trusty Instant Pot or slow cooker to achieve similar succulent results.
Whether you're looking for a protein-packed meal replacement smoothie, or for a dessert shake to satisfy your sweet tooth, we've got the perfect recipe for you. From our jaw-dropping Strawberry Shortcake Shake to the nutrient-packed Antioxidant Breakfast Smoothie, these blended creations are sure to hit the spot. Get that blender going and whip one up today!
You could say that cheeseburgers are one of the most perfect foods in existence—we certainly think so. The marriage of juicy ground beef and American cheese, paired with your accoutrements of choice (Pickles! Tomato slices! Lettuce, if you like it!) and layered into a warm, buttery bun is an unparalleled union. In fact, the cheeseburger makeup is so flawless, it seamlessly transitions to other food environments, like pasta, casserole, and even salad. We’ve rounded up our best cheeseburger recipes from classic grilled sandwiches to comfort food twists like cheeseburger nachos.
Make a quick weeknight dinner or date night in feel utterly impressive by preparing delicate scallops at home with ease. Scallops cook within minutes making it an easy seafood to pair with your favorite starch and/or vegetables for an elegant meal. You can simply season them with a dash of salt and black pepper or go a step further and coat them with a buttery pan sauce. Once you prepare them successfully for the first time, scallops will become a favorite go-to selection from your seafood counter.