This holiday season, consider cooking your turkey outside. This infographic shares how to grill a turkey on charcoal, gas, a smoker or even a rotisserie.
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Grilled Holiday Recipes
Be a rebel. Pass up orange sweet potatoes and use Okinawa purple sweet potatoes. These are grilled and topped with a savory maple pecan drizzle.
Our smoked cranberry salmon is a healthy, festive change to traditional turkey and ham, and it's packed with the flavors of the holidays.
Vegetables shouldn't be boring. This bacon-weaved Brussels sprouts stalk will get you more oohs and aahs than your holiday turkey.
Ditch the can. Upgrade your Thanksgiving dinner with homemade cranberry sauce.
Save oven space during the holidays with this grilled pumpkin spice cheesecake. Dig in deep to get a bite of spiced pumpkin and creamy cheesecake.
Thanksgiving and turkey fryers aren’t just for meat lovers. Enjoy a vegetarian Thanksgiving using an oil-less turkey fryer. The presentation of carving a tender butternut squash and Brussels sprouts straight from the stalk will make this a memorable veggie meal.
Grilled green bean sausage casserole with homemade cream of mushroom soup. Thanksgiving will never be the same.
Brine your turkey in dirty martini olive juice this year for a really juicy bird.
Add texture and flavor to your traditional stuffing by adding sausage, apples and crunchy cashews. Grilled sausage stuffing from Girls Can Grill.
Smeared with creamy marshmallow fluff and chopped pecans, these hasselback sweet potatoes are a showstopper great for the holidays. Recipe includes steps for the grill, oven or campfire.
Grilled turkey doesn’t have to be complicated. This basic grilled turkey recipe will save you oven space and will result in a juicy bird with perfectly crispy skin.