Step one: Turn on your favorite playlist and drink a beer.
Their methods? Unorthodox. Their results? Truly inspirational.
Summer is the most delicious season, and we’re entering the home stretch.
Delicious with basically zero cleanup. WIN.
Not to be corny, but July food is the berry best.
Survive the bountiful hot weather months as any caveman would: with a strawberry rhubarb crisp.
Food fads come and go, but burgers are forever.
When in doubt, just grill it.
Eating grilled shrimp isn’t exactly a sacrifice, you know?
You will never be too full for this.
Today your summer grilling correspondent will focus on a vegetable, for a change. Of course, there’s an optional meat garnish.
Summer is winding down. GET COOKING.
Vegetables deserve grill marks, too.
Whole. And no, you’re not going to eat bones.
Using someone else’s beat up pan is fine for a couple of days. But someone else’s dull-ass knife? NOPE.
For the bold, the proud, and the cooks who have a lot of mouths to feed. (Reminder: Happy animals raised and slaughtered in an environmentally conscious way will make for the best tasting BBQ.)
Tomatoes are here. At last.
Summer Grilling Correspondence begins now.
LEFTOVERS, duh. Sandwiches. Quesadillas. Salads. Tacos. The best.
If you’ve ever seriously considered using a meatball grilling basket, go ahead and smack yourself upside the head right now.
Hot dogs, schmot dogs. Prepare to fend off jealous carnivores trying to get in on this delicious veggie grilling action.
What can you do for your country? Fire up the grill, for starters.
Praise the lord, barbecue season is finally here.
Here are some of the most-saved barbecue recipes in Pocket right now — great for the Fourth of July or any other time of year. They’re mostly meat with a grilled veggie or two. Enjoy!
Jealously level: Maxed out.
This summer, think outside the bun. Rule of thumb: if you can stick it in your mouth, you can toss it on the grill. Yes, including booze.
If you’re tired of conventional, familiar Memorial Day fare, here are five new dishes you never thought would work well with smoke. Including oysters and peaches!
That is one volatile LEGO head. Bet he’s a real gas at parties.
Your guess is as good as ours.
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