Grill everything from romaine lettuce to pound cake this season with our 20 unexpected recipes.
Tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and basil paired with grilled Italian bread make a great side to chicken or steak for your next
Make your summer corn about more than just salt and butter. Give it a new spin by smoking over hickory chips and season with
You won’t miss the hamburger meat when you top these hearty, smoked portobellos with our crunchy slaw.
Lettuce on the grill? Enhance the flavor of grilled romaine with crunchy red onion, nutty Parmesan cheese, and our simple
Who says veggies have to be boring? Balsamic vinegar and honey make these a sweet and tangy complement to your main dish.
Grilled and marinated sweet onions take this classic insalata caprese to the next level.
One of our favorite summer fruits isn’t just for dessert anymore. You’ll surprise and delight your guests with slices of grilled
peaches, mozzarella, and peppery arugula.
Complement tender grilled eggplant with a rich topping that includes crunchy bell peppers, tomatoes, and sweet golden raisins.
This dish pairs well with grilled chicken or served with Italian bread as a meatless entrée.
Southerners love their potato salad, and now your grill can too. Grill the potatoes with bacon, onion, and spices, and then
toss in a tangy Dijon-mayo dressing.
Gooey mozzarella, juice plum tomatoes and hints of rosemary and lemon combine to make this savory tart. To save time, use
pre-packaged frozen pastry dough.
Grilling fruit will caramelize its natural sugars, which adds another dimension of flavor to this childhood favorite.
One of the simplest pleasures of summer is a juicy, ripe tomato. Give this summer delight a new taste on the grill, drizzled
with a light basil vinaigrette.
Just a small bit of horseradish in this glaze will wake up your taste buds just as the peaches satisfy your sweet side.
Store-bought cake and fruit cream cheese make this easy dessert ready when you are. Simply top grilled pound cake with fresh
berries and whipped cream.
This spin on a twice-baked potato uses an assortment of sweet bell peppers instead of potato skins. Grilling brings out the
sweetness of the peppers, and Gouda cheese in the potatoes adds a smoky flavor your guests won’t be able to resist.
Who says PB&J has to be cold from a lunch box? Try this warm version with your choice of jelly, and you can even add apple
slices for crunch.
This beloved Southern veggie gets a makeover on the grill and dipped in a refreshing yogurt sauce. Use ready-to-eat yogurt
to cut prep time.
Inspired by the fresh flavors of the Mediterranean, this salad is simple and flavorful with crunchy zucchini, savory feta,
mint, and splash of lemon.
This salad would be perfect all year long, but the grilled apple and sweet-tangy dressing make it a light summer lunch.
An assortment of bell peppers brightens up this dish and your next grilling get-together.
Start with this mix of vegetables, or simply use what you have on hand.