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grilling

  • How-To

    Grilling Greats from a Grilling Great

    Meat guru and award-winning cookbook author Bruce Aidells shares his grilling secrets and best recipes for the top five grill classics: chicken, pork chops, steak, ribs, and of course, burgers.

  • Recipe

    Porterhouse Steak with Arugula Salad

    A fresh take on a classic Italian recipe, this is simple summertime fare at its best. To shave the cheese paper thin, use a vegetable peeler.

  • How-To

    How to Grill Shellfish

    Lobster, shrimp, even oysters—they all take well to the grill, with sweet and smoky results. We show you how, and throw in three great go-with sauces along the way.

  • Article

    Test Drive: Grilling Baskets

    Every cook who’s ever driven herself crazy dashing between the grill and the stove has wondered, What does it take to cook an entire meal outside? It takes the right…

  • Recipe

    Middle Eastern Turkey Burgers

    This burger gets a Middle Eastern twist from the addition of garlic, cumin, coriander, and fresh mint and parsely folded into the ground turkey. Fat is flavor, so for the…

  • How-To

    Burger Revolution

    Forget buns and ketchup--think beef, turkey, tuna, and veggie burgers with bold flavors and unexpected ingredients

  • How-To

    Fire Up Fruit

    Grilling caramelizes fruit and intensifies its sweet flavor

  • Article

    Steaks on the Grill

    What says summer better than a thick, juicy steak sizzling over a fire?

  • How-To

    Fred Thompson: Barbecue Nation

    Collecting barbecue recipes from across the country.

  • Recipe

    Indonesian Grilled Chicken Thighs with Mango-Peanut Salsa

    Boneless chicken thighs are ideal for grilling, since they keep their juiciness better than breasts. These are rubbed with a sweet-and-hot spice paste and paired with a vibrant, chunky salsa.