Cooking Method: Charcoal Grill
Try something new this year like grilled Cajun alligator. This mild, juicy white meat is amplified with spices and a classic Mississippi dipping sauce. #YOLO
Love coconut shrimp, but not all the extra calories that come with them? These grilled orange coconut shrimp are sweet, salty, crunchy and guilt free at under 300 calories per serving.
Liven up your next party with homemade grilled salsa. The charred fresh vegetables add way more depth than the stuff that comes out of a jar.
Prime rib roast is probably the most luxurious piece of meat. When it's cooked following our technique, it melts in your mouth with an herbaceous crust.
Add elegance to your party table with this bourbon-glazed salmon appetizer. Each serving is drizzled with an addictive glaze that is slightly sweet with a touch of heat.
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.
Vegetables shouldn't be boring. This bacon-weaved Brussels sprouts stalk will get you more oohs and aahs than your holiday turkey.
Learn the one technique that is the secret to champion chili + instructions for how to prepare this winning recipe on the grill, smoker, oven or slow cooker.
Ditch the can. Upgrade your Thanksgiving dinner with homemade cranberry sauce.
Beer can chicken is even better when rubbed with beer salt. This recipe uses imperial stout salt for a malt finish with a kiss of fresh herbs.