Cooking Method: Charcoal Grill
You’ll think you’re dining at a mountainside restaurant in Wyoming with these succulent grilled elk chops. They are encrusted with a juniper berry and thyme crust to vividly accentuate the red meat’s subtle sweetness and dressed with juniper pickled onions for a sweet acidic bite.
With the addition of charred chicken and smoky pork, this Grilled Chicken Adobo (Filipino stew) is even better than the original, traditional recipe.
The Big Easy Muffaletta Burger, inspired by the signature New Orleans sandwich, is loaded with deli meats, cheese and olive spread.
Campfire macaroni and cheese – a little bacon, a little jalapeno, a lot of cheese.
Grill up a decadent Kansas City Steak Garlic Rosemary Filet Mignon, and your guests will feel like they're eating at a fine steakhouse.
If you’re new to lamb, I recommend trying grilled lamb chops cut from a rib roast. The meat is tender and flavorful like ribeye with a bright, sweet finish.
If you like crispy poultry skin and moist white and dark meat, you’ve got to try Grilled Cornish Hens. You can keep them in the freezer until the day before. Then, thaw one per person and grill.
Forget cedar planks. Rest your fish filets on sweet and tangy tangerine slices to create this buttery Grilled Citrus Herb Halibut.
Enjoy preservative-free lunch meat by making your own homemade smoked roast beef.
All of the great flavors of pastrami are stuffed into these juicy Corned Beef Brisket Sausages
This sweet and smoky Grilled Glazed Ham will be the star of your holiday dinner table. Recipe includes instructions for a gas grill, charcoal grill or ceramic cooker.