While July 4th is known as a day synonymous for grilling, Meijer stores expect customers to bring a fresh approach to their shopping habits as cookouts remain key to connecting with friends and family this summer.
Red Lobster is turning up the heat and bringing guests its hottest summer celebration of seafood with the launch of Seafood Summerfest.
From Mike Stines: Sweet corn can be cooked in a variety of ways. The most popular are grilled in the husks, grilled without husks, grilled in aluminum foil with the husks removed, steamed, boiled and just by throwing the unhusked corn on a live fire (great for a camp fire or backyard fire pit). My preferred method is to simply grill the cleaned corn on a gas or charcoal fire until the husks are slightly charred and the kernels yield to light pressure…
I guess I don’t need to tell you that these soups are refreshing to serve during hot summer days and you don’t need to turn on the stove. But I do need to tell you that fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden or farmer’s market make the most flavorful soups, and also that your food processor and/or blender will get quite a workout.
Can you cook on a fire pit? Sure you can. It doesn’t make any difference if it’s propane-fired or a traditional wood burning pit… cooking is cooking. And you can do a lot more than S’mores, hot dogs and hamburgers.
If you’re having people over and want to serve Southwest-inspried finger food, look no further than flautas. Here are recipes for beef and chicken flautas.
Man, if summer school consisted of smoked brisket, ribs, and pulled pork, I’d have failed every grade. And often. To the tune of this being my 37th year of kindergarten often. Summer school didn’t have competition barbecue courses, however, and I was forced to learn about barbecue on the streets. You don’t have to, though. The KCBS offers courses not …