With Labor Day right around the corner, it’s your opportunity to have one last grilling session before summer comes to a close. To inspire you and get you on the right track, we’ve gathered guides to help you decide what grill is right for you, grilling basics, and what foods to throw on the grill. Read on for a Labor Day grilling guide that will earn you the title of “Grillmaster!”
The first step to grilling is picking out the grill of your dreams. The grill you need depends on your lifestyle, taste preferences, and budget. This grill buying guide will break down the difference between a gas grill, charcoal grill, and electric grill.
This handy infographic will help you understand the basics of grilling, whether you plan to throw a few burgers on the grill or create a feast for a very large crowd. Learn cooking tips, how long certain meats should cook on the grill, and basic safety information.
Are you tired of putting the same items on the grill over and over again? We’ve become accustomed to grilling chicken, hot dogs, ribs, and burgers, but this article will tap into your innovative side by introducing you to five items you had no idea could go on the grill. Here’s a hint — cake!
If your grill’s filled to the brim with meats and treats, try these no-bake tomato recipes for some easy snacking.
Nothing tastes quite like grilled meat, but it can become expensive. In this article, you’ll discover seven cuts of meat that are not only affordable to cook on the grill, but delicious, too. As an added bonus, each meat comes with a quick tip on how to cook it.
We’ve got even more tips for how to save money on meat! Check out our 8 tips for buying meat at the butcher.
If you’re not grilling at home this year, you may find yourself using a smaller, portable grill. This article will help you pick a portable grill, prepare your food for cooking on a smaller surface, and includes delicious yet portable recipes. You’re going to fall in love with the grilled skirt steak recipe!
Everyone wants to find a way to cut calories. This guide will show you how to think outside the box and grill vegetables, fish, and more instead of meat. You won’t want to miss the tip about how to replace your fatty mayonnaise with avocado.
Need to add some side dishes into the mix? Try these super healthy, flavor-packed tomato side dish recipes.
After all that hard work at the grill, you should reward yourself and your guests with a delicious drink. Sangria is an easy way to serve up cocktails in large quantities. Just add ice, fruit, wine, and brandy.
Is a Bloody Mary your libation of choice? Check out this amazing idea for a DIY Bloody Mary bar that allows your guests to customize their drinks to their hearts’ content.