Whether you top it with butter or go Mexican style with mayo and cheese, grilled corn is one of those recipes every griller should know.
Try adding a new veggie to your meal plan. Grilled parsnips are sweet and crunchy like carrots.
Next time you throw a pork loin on the grill, add some grilled cauliflower for a healthy side.
Change things up by serving grilled acorn squash. These delightful fall fruits add a smooth richness to any meal.
Grilled baby bok choy is a small Chinese cabbage popularly served with Asian entrees.
Spruce up your side dish game with glazed grilled carrots finished with an orange-maple glaze, sliced toasted almonds and fresh herbs.
Grilled zucchini is one of my favorite side dishes. The squash holds up so well to the grill and can be served hot or cold.
Have you ever tried grilling green beans? Grilled green beans are crunchy and tender, bringing out the best qualities in the popular vegetable.
Bring the taste of Asia to your plate in 15 minutes with grilled Japanese eggplant.
As easy as roasting them in the oven, grilled beets are one of the world's super foods, packed full of healthy vitamins and nutrients.
Grilled green bean sausage casserole with homemade cream of mushroom soup. Thanksgiving will never be the same.
Add texture and flavor to your traditional stuffing by adding sausage, apples and crunchy cashews. Grilled sausage stuffing from Girls Can Grill.