Summer Grilling

Our Favorite Summery Grilled Scallop Recipe Is Ready in 30 Minutes

Summer is all about fresh, fast, and easy recipes that can be cobbled together on the grill—and this dish from Gail Simmons checks off all three boxes.

How To Make Corn Husk–Grilled Goat Cheese For The Grill

Andrea Slonecker’s knockout summer appetizer will be the talk of your cookout: Corn Husk–Grilled Goat Cheese. A tangy, spicy, bright, and creamy take on baked goat cheese, this grilled goat cheese recipe uses both the corn and the husk to impart flavor and insulate the cheese. Making this dish is ridiculously easy—here’s a step-by-step guide to how to wrap the corn husks around the goat cheese.


The One Mistake You Need to Avoid When You’re Grilling Fruit

Summer entertaining means constantly firing up the grill for barbecues, and by proxy, weeks of menus packed with barbecue chicken, ribs, grilled vegetables, and mayonnaise-laden potato salads. Beyond the usual scope, however, we also love serving grilled fruit.

11 Essential Grilling Tools You Can Use All Summer Long

Let this summer be the one where you truly master the grill. You don’t need fancy gadgets and tool sets to cook up saucy kebabs or charred stone fruits – all you need are a few reliable grilling accessories. From lightweight, grippable tongs to a simple piece of equipment that makes grilling small vegetables easy, most of these items come with an affordable price tag and play double duty in your kitchen. Here, our list of 11 tested-and-approved essential grilling tools.

1. Sturdy Tongs


The Only Grilling Tool You Really Need, According to a Meat Guy

Al Roker’s Signature Burger, Plus His Best Tips for Manning the Grill

Today host, weatherman, grill master. Al Roker is known for many things, and being an avid cook is one of them. The beloved TV host published Al Roker’s Big Bad Book of Barbecue: 100 Easy Recipes for Backyard Barbecue and Grilling in 2002, often cooks on air, and just last week launched a web series called Cold Cuts, in which he makes sandwiches with his celebrity friends.

This Ceramic Grill Pan Is a Foolproof Way to Upgrade Grilled Fish

When you need a break from the hot dogs, hamburgers and barbecued chicken, grill some fish.

How To Set Up Your Grill For Multitasking

Have you ever set out to grill a multi-part meal and found yourself sweating over the hot grates all evening, only to walk away smelling like you’ve been toasted yourself? Setting up a three-zone fire allows you to churn out more than just burgers and dogs so you can kick back and enjoy an ice-cold lemonade or beer.

How Long Can I Safely Leave Food Sitting Out at a Cookout?

With barbecues, picnics, and beachside days, the opportunities to enjoy food outdoors are plentiful. What else is plentiful on these summer days? The opportunities to get sick from spoiled food. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that there are an estimated 76 million cases of foodborne illness in the U.S. every year. Five thousand people die as a result of their food-related illness.

3 Easy Tips for Elevating Your Summer Cookout from a Chef Who Knows Her Way Around a Grill

Last summer, you might have been content to keep things simple: A few steaks on the grill (with this ancho rub perhaps?) or juicy, tender, but unfussy burgers.