Make lemony grilled chicken for an easy and healthy cookout with just five ingredients.
Serve a show-stopping salad with grilled peaches, creamy burrata and salty prosciutto at your next cookout.
Fresh basil, garlic and lime juice make grilled chicken breasts great tasting while keeping them good for you.
Give burgers and Asian twist with Al Roker's savory turkey and pork burgers and crunchy coleslaw.
Mix up savory mustard barbecue sauce and quick homemade pickles to add a ton of flavor to grilled burgers.
Sweet and spicy adobo marinade takes grilled chicken from average to amazing.
Big beefy ribs get a spicy kick from Sunny Anderson's hot, hot, hot chili glaze.
Give your cookout guests a delicious surprise with tangy mustard-glazed baby back ribs.
Give flame-grilled steaks an Italian touch with Calabrian chile and cippolini onion sauce.
Give steak skewers a teriyaki twist with Siri daly's homemade Asian-inspired barbecue marinade.
Give wings an unexpectedly twist with a sweet, savory and spicy peanut butter and jelly marinade.
Keep your cookout light, healthy and flavorful with grilled swordfish steaks and fresh vegetables.
Cook up thick New York strip steaks on the grill with aromatic garlic and fresh herbs.
You may never go back to deep-fried potatoes again after tasting the crisp, smoky deliciousness of flame grilled french fries.
Mark Bittman's stuffed flank steak recipe takes the meat from basic to brilliant with just 4 simple ingredients.
Former football star Nick Mangold takes pork chops into the end zone with his signature homemade barbecue sauce.
Grill up a healthy summer dinner with fresh salmon, green tomatoes, fresh herbs and zesty citrus.
Grilled summer corn gets extra flavor from savory scallions, bright citrus and fresh basil in this easy, healthy and seasonal salad.
Barbecued brisket only gets better when you pair it with creamy coleslaw and serve it on a toasty bun with melty cheese.
Grill up meaty, peppercorn-crusted strip steaks with a sweet and savory steak sauce for Father's Day.
Giada adds fresh flavor to meaty steaks with a quick garlic, rosemary and lemon marinade.
Instead of a hot dog or basic burger, try these colorful and flavorful chicken sandwiches topped with blue cheese.
All of the sweet tastes of summer rolled into one fruity and chocolatey treat!
Give hot dogs an interesting twist with grilled onions, cream cheese and spicy peppers.
Meaty cauliflower steaks topped with melted cheese, ranch and bacon will make sure you won't ever miss meat again.
Melted mozzarella, fresh tomato and creamy avocado add California flair to balsamic marinated grilled chicken.
Zesty lemon and fresh black pepper add bite to these crispy grilled chicken wings.
Savory peanut sauce and a coconut-curry marinade turn regular grilled chicken skewers into an irresistible party-perfect dish.
Thai salad dressing with aromatic ingredients and a deeply flavorful steak marinate make this grilled beef salad incredibly satisfying.
Bring out the full flavor of sweet, summery watermelon by charring it on the grill and sprinkling it with tasty toppings.
North African spices add unique flair to flame grilled cheeseburgers.
Impress your cookout guests with juicy burgers topped with smoky tomato relish and melty cheddar cheese.
Spicy jalapeños, peppery bacon and hot queso add some serious heat to these flame-grilled burgers.
Turn your burger inside-out by filling the patties with gooey, melty cheese.
Top hot dogs with cheesy cheddar, crunchy tortilla chips and creamy guac for a nacho-style twist on this classic cookout favorite.
This deliciously meaty burger is a perfect for a hungry crowd!
Brushing pork chops with a simple jam glaze adds a subtle sweetness to the savory meat.
An easy marinade of fresh orange juice, cilantro, smoky chili powder and cumin turn grilled chicken into a flavor sensation.
Grill up colorful kebabs with marinated chicken, fresh veggies and sweet pineapple for an easy warm-weather meal.
This flavorful and fast foil-packet salmon is sure to become your spring grilling go to for weeknight meals and easy entertaining.
Low and slow cooking and a great spice rub are the only secrets to making amazingly tender and flavorful ribs.
Don't overdress your steak. With just a grill, good olive oil, salt and a great cut of meat you can make restaurant-quality steak at home.