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Grilling - Page 2 of 79

  • Recipe

    Glazed Spice-Rubbed Spareribs

    Every summer, my dad makes the most delicious barbecued ribs. His trick is to add some smoked paprika to the cumin and fennel in the spice rub to guarantee smoky…

  • Recipe

    Reverse-Sear Grilled Steak

    The reverse-sear method in this recipe ensures a juicy steak because it prevents overcooking. Cook over low heat first, just shy of perfect doneness, then sear the surface to brown and…

  • Recipe

    Korean-Style Burgers

    This burger gets loads of flavor from both what’s in it (kimchi, soy sauce, and ginger) and what’s on it: crisp, sweet-and-sour cucumbers and a slaw-sauce hybrid that gets a…

  • Recipe

    Grilled Tomatoes with Burrata and Parsley Salad

    A toasted bread-and-parsley salad adds crunch and bright, fresh flavor to this riff on Caprese salad. Serve with simple grilled steak or pork chops for an easy summer meal.

  • Recipe

    Scandinavian-Inspired Bread Salad

    Best-of-season ripe tomatoes meld with fresh dill, fennel, toasted rye, and caraway in a Nordic-influenced salad you’ll want to serve day and (long) summer night.

  • Recipe

    Fattoush-ish Bread Salad

    Crumbled feta, red onion, fresh mint, olives, and pita give this bread salad a Mediterranean feel.

  • Recipe

    Basic Tomato and Bread Salad

    This take on a classic Tuscan panzanella features both fresh and sun-dried tomatoes.

  • Sponsored Content

    Margarita-Marinated Strip Steak

    The margarita-inspired marinade for this grilled steak does double-duty; after infusing the steak with flavor, it's boiled down to a rich sauce. You can serve the steak sliced with the…

  • Magazine

    Grilled Vegetables Star in Summer Pasta

    Add a kiss of smoke to the season’s best produce for colorful, healthful, delicious dinners.

  • Magazine

    Small Birds, Big Flavors

    A tiny size means less grill time for tender, juicy results, while an easy rub, glaze, and butter jack up flavor.