Looking for something new to throw on the grill at your next barbecue? Maybe a Jerk Spiced Lamb Burger or a good old Beer Can Chicken? We've got both—plus barbecue recipes for marinades and sauces, savory sides, and Texas Sheet Cake for dessert.
These are some of the best ribs you’ll ever eat. Your kids will love that these ribs are cooked in root beer.
Turkey Caprese Sliders
The ingredients for the classic Italian salad (tomatoes, mozzarella and basil) team up with ground turkey for fresh summer sliders.
Turkey Vegetable Sliders
Kid-sized plates need kid-sized food. These Turkey Vegetables Sliders, with zucchini and carrot, are a perfect choice for kids.
Me-me’s Chocolate Sheet Cake
A rich chocolate sheet cake, updated by using coconut palm sugar, coconut oil and white whole-wheat flour.
Potato and Asparagus Salad
A no-mayo potato salad that’s delicious at room temperature or chilled making it “picnic safe.”
Japanese Beef and Green Onion Skewers (Yakitori)
Kids love these little beef skewers, with their sweet/salty glaze of soy, mirin and sugar.
Brown Sugar and Lime-Glazed Shrimp and Pineapple Kebabs
A little sweet, a little sticky, a little spicy… Oh! And kids will love them too!
Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
Skewers of savory chicken and a luscious peanut sauce for dipping. Satay is the perfect dish for introducing kids to the flavors of the world.
Grilled Santa Maria Tri-Tip
Unbeatable on Independence Day, this tri-tip beef roast is coated with a savory blend of spices then grilled to perfection.
Memphis Rendezvous Ribs
Charlie Vergos’ Rendezvous Charcoal Ribs has been a fixture in Memphis since 1948. While the real recipe is closely guarded, here’s a close approximation by Meathead Goldwyn.
Italian-Style Steak Wrap (Piadina)
An alternative to panini, this grilled sandwich stuffs in the veggies with dabs of melted cheese.
Lemon-Glazed Pistachio Shortbread Cookies
A tart, crisp cookie from The Good Neighbor Cookbook—ideal for welcoming a new neighbor or gifting to an old friend.
Tupelo Honey Coleslaw
From barbecues to fish-fries, coleslaw is the preferred side. Cooks around the South will swear by theirs. This once is a mash-up of creamy and vinegary, and it’s pretty darn good anytime.
This salsa capitalizes on a plentiful crop of cucumbers and tomatoes harvested in the summertime. Try using heirloom tomatoes like Cherokee Purple and Brandywine.