Freshly picked corn cooks very quickly. Older corn, no longer quite as full of sugar, will take a little longer.
This sauce is sweet, tangy and goes well with nearly anything that goes on the grill.
I grill year round, but you could make these in a grill pan in the oven. Serve with Greek salad, Tzatziki, and pita bread.
Grill some ripe avocados for a delicious summer treat!
Grilled & Chilled Flank Steak is a perfectly cooked flank steak seasoned with garlic, ground fennel, and thyme.
Buffalo is delicious and excellent grilled. Most grocery stores sell it these days. Buffalo doesn’t need to be cooked as long as hamburger meat, so make sure not to overcook it.
There is amazing flavor in this easy dish. It is a beautiful example of just the right balance between acidity, richness, saltiness, and a touch of sweetness.
Kofta is a Turkish preparation of ground meat, usually lamb, mixed with herbs and spices, rolled into log form or little balls, and then grilled or fried. You can shape the kofta one day ahead and keep them covered in the refrigerator.
Because sometimes ketchup & mustard just aren’t enough.
Store your spears standing up in a glass of water to preserve freshness and try and consume your spring asparagus within a day or two after purchasing.