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Surf N' Turf 2.0: Strip Steaks With Bouillabaisse Butter Recipe

A whole new spin is ready for the grill
Jul 23, 2014 12:00 pm
bouillabaisse butter
Photo: Katie Chudy

For a new twist on surf-and-turf, we found inspiration from the Provençal seafood dish bouillabaisse. Make a compound butter with saffron, fennel fronds and clams and shamelessly slather it onto some grilled steaks. Grilled summer vegetables complement the dish and we think you’ll find plenty of uses for the bouillabaisse butter for more of your summer grilled favorites. 

Grilled Chicken With Spicy West Indian Salsa Verde Recipe

Juicy grilled chicken seasoned with island flavors
Jul 22, 2014 3:00 pm

It's hard not to love Caribbean food with its diverse roots, flavors and techniques. It's also not hard to make at home, thanks to Caribbean Potluck, a new cookbook from chefs Michelle and Suzanne Rousseau. Recreate favorite recipes from their childhood, restaurants and renowned catered parties. Start simple with this easy, flavor-packed chicken and salsa seasoned with hot peppers and fresh herbs.

Grilled New England Clam Chowder Dip Recipe

Toss fresh clams on the BBQ for a great appetizer
Jul 17, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Katie Chudy

Sorry Manhattan, there is but one clam chowder in our books and it hails from New England. Rich and creamy and always studded with bacon, we don't feel guilty slurping every last drop. In dip form, this quintessential recipe is a cinch to pull together, and grilling both the clams (until they just open) and bacon will make for one very happy grill.

From Hong Kong To Your Kitchen: Hawker Stall Chicken Skewers Recipe

Asian street food is what's for dinner tonight
Jul 15, 2014 3:00 pm
hawker-style chicken skewers

You may have other culinary goals if you're in Manchester, England, but put Sweet Mandarin on your "to-visit" list in case you feel like deviating from regional fare. Twin sisters and Sweet Mandarin owners Helen and Lisa Tse put modern Chinese food on the map with their popular restaurant, and recently released their first cookbook. First up, hawker-style chicken skewers you don't have to leave your kitchen to enjoy. 

 

Fire It Up! A Grilled Tomato-Watermelon Michelada Recipe

A refreshingly spicy cocktail hot off the grill
Jul 10, 2014 2:00 pm
grilled michelada
Photo: Katie Chudy

There are few better things than an ice cold michelada on a scorching hot summer day. But, while you're dripping with sweat anyway, might as well fire up the grill to add an extra dimension to the already grand, tomato juice-spiked classic Mexican beer cocktail. This version, featuring watermelon and shishito peppers, packs a punch you're going to dig.

Smoked Eggplant Fingerling Potato Salad Recipe

Pimp out your potato salad with baba ghanoush
Jul 10, 2014 12:00 pm
smoked eggplant fingerling potato salad
Photo: Mark Shaw

This super-simple smoked eggplant fingerling potato salad recipe is great for cookouts because while you've got the grill fired up, you can toss a couple of eggplant halves on there, forget about them for a while, then remember them, think you burned them and discover that underneath that dark layer of char is savory velvety-smooth smoked eggplant ready to blanket your potatoes. 

Your July 4th Ultimate Grill-Out Sides Roundup

Would you like some sides with your fireworks?
Jul 3, 2014 1:00 pm

This July 4th, we declare independence from goopy, mayo-choked potato and macaroni salads, uninspired vegetable dishes, and lame store-bought, frozen or canned versions of what should arguably be the second-most important part of your 4th of July barbecue: sides. Obviously the meat is the most important part. Or maybe fireworks are first, meat second, sides third. And here are 25 you'll want to make.

Hey Grill Master, Don't Forget The Thermometer! Safety Tips For Your July 4 BBQ

Avoid food poisoning by following these guidelines
Jul 3, 2014 11:00 am

Beef sales will hit their annual peak this week an estimated $400 million worth in the U.S., according to government projections. All that meat, combined with intense summer heat, creates an ideal situation for more than just a sizzlin' Fourth of July party. It's also fertile ground for foodborne illness. Here are some helpful tips to keep your bash from becoming a health disaster.

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