Grilling is as much a part of the 4th of July as fireworks and flags. We have recipes to get you cooking outside. Get ready to eat.
Just like a country ham that’s dry-cured with salt and sugar and aged to perfection, a good beef rib sauce must balance sweet (in this case brown sugar) with spicy (cayenne and dry mustard). And, as with baby back pork ribs, beef ribs benefit from the added depth and complexity of a rich sauce because they don’t have that much flavor to begin with.
These dry rub grilled pork chops are coated in a blend of crushed coriander seeds, chipotle chile powder, ground cumin, smoked paprika, and mustard powder. They’re cooked using both direct and indirect heat for the best flavor and tenderness.
To make this grilled boneless chicken thigh recipe, boneless skinless chicken thighs are marinated in spiced yogurt then cooked on the grill. The grilled chicken is served with warm pitas, homemade pickled red onions, fresh herbs, and garlic yogurt sauce.
These venison or deer burgers, which mix egg yolks and bacon into the meat to ensure juiciness, turn out remarkably tender and flavorful burgers. They’re easy to make and can be cooked on the grill or in a skillet.
These easy grilled scallops come together quickly after a brief marinade in citrus, chile, garlic, soy sauce, and olive oil. They are seared in a cast iron skillet and can be made on a gas, charcoal, or pellet grill or smoker.
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