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Thumb_7617_Spicy Grilled Whole Chicken

Thumb_7617_Spicy Grilled Whole Chicken

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_13540_Mushroom, Pineapple, Tomato And Beef Kebabs

Thumb_13540_Mushroom, Pineapple, Tomato And Beef Kebabs

Pineapple and beef are an underrated combination. When you throw in the tartness and acidity of tomatoes, the earthiness and umami taste of mushrooms, a flavorful herb and soy marinade, and grill it all on a skewer -- let's just say there's a lot going on.

Thumb_12137_Grilled Yogurt-Mint Lamb Kebabs

Thumb_12137_Grilled Yogurt-Mint Lamb Kebabs

The yogurt coats the chunks of lamb and, when grilled, give the meat a rich and rounded charred flavor. This marinade works well on just about any cut of meat, though we find that it somehow complements lamb the best. Add another 1/2 teaspoon of red pepper flakes for some heat.

Thumb_4556_Grilled Chili-Cumin Pork Tenderloin

Thumb_4556_Grilled Chili-Cumin Pork Tenderloin

Pork tenderloin is great on the grill.  Just be sure to tie in the ends so they don't dry out before the thicker center is cooked. Letting it sit for several minutes before cutting keeps the juices where you want them: in your tenderloin. 

Thumb_4555_Grilled Chili-Cumin Pork Chops

Thumb_4555_Grilled Chili-Cumin Pork Chops

The combination of chili powder and cumin give pork chops a nice bite.  If you really like your spices, mix them together with salt and pepper first, then rub them firmly into the pork to help them stick during cooking. 

Thumb_6799_Grilled Flank Steak

Thumb_6799_Grilled Flank Steak

This simplest of grilled steak recipes could be dolled up with any marinade (such as jerk, chimichurri or lime-soy), but why not just let the generously seasoned flank steak speak for itself? We like flank steak rare, but you could let it go to medium. Past that and you risk a tough piece of meat.

Thumb_4557_Grilled Corn With Thyme Butter

Thumb_4557_Grilled Corn With Thyme Butter

Adding herbs to butter is an easy way to flavor your corn and grilling it inside its own husk makes the corn tender and creates a beautiful presentation. (Best served outdoors.)

Thumb_8130_Grilled Fennel

Thumb_8130_Grilled Fennel

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_5283_Grilled Cumin Veal Chops

Thumb_5283_Grilled Cumin Veal Chops

Veal chops are rarely used for grilling, but are so tasty with a simple cumin seasoning.  Check out our "goes with" section to the left for some side dish suggestions.

Thumb_6739_Grilled Herb-Mustard Chicken Breasts

Thumb_6739_Grilled Herb-Mustard Chicken Breasts

If you think grilled chicken breasts are boring, think again.  The mustard and herb glaze adds extra flavor as well as keeping the chicken nice and moist.  Use dried herbs when fresh are not on hand. 

Thumb_20155_Grilled Escarole

Thumb_20155_Grilled Escarole

Grilling leafy escarole gently tempers its innate bitterness, resulting in a lush, nutty flavor. It's a quick and easy side dish that goes particularly well with rich meat or seafood or can be tossed into a pasta dish for extra flavor.

Thumb_6649_Grilled Filet Mignon

Thumb_6649_Grilled Filet Mignon

As tender as beef filet is, it really isn't as flavorful as more marbled cuts like the sirloin or strip. Grilling your filet is a great way to remedy that. Be sure not to overcook it though, as the ensuing toughness willl undo any gains in flavor you got by grilling. A good meat thermometer is your friend here.


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