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Nothing brings family and friends together like great food. Take time to gather everyone around the grill, share some fun and make memories this summer. One person who knows a
As the host of the Food Network’s “10 Dollar Dinners,” d’Arabian knows how to master the flames. To keep things fresh during the summer months, she has fired up recipes that equate to the perfect grilling trinity – minimal ingredients, quick preparation and maximum flavor.
Recipe for South Carolina BBQ Pork with Mustard Sauce
Recipe for Pork Country-Style Ribs with Asian Plum Sauce
Recipe for North Carolina Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwiches
Recipe for Barbecued Ribs, Missouri Style: Home Version
Recipe for Key West Grilled Salmon
Recipe for Grilled Steak And Asparagus Salad
Memorial Day weekend officially kicks off the start of summer and the beginning of grilling season. Most people use the barbecue to grill hot dogs, burgers and chicken. But why not expand your grilling vista by including vegetables? Perfect candidates include eggplant, bell pepper, zucchini, onion, tomatoes and corn.
Warm weather is the ideal time to cook out: more people cook outdoors in summer than any other time of the year. But warm temperatures are also ideal for bacteria and other pathogens to multiply and cause foodborne illness. Use these simple guidelines for grilling food safely.