Nothing says summer like a delicious meal on the grill. From steaks to sides and even desserts, you can grill your entire meal outside with these recipes. So fire up the grill this weekend and enjoy the Memorial Day weekend and warm weather ahead.
Nothing says summer like a delicious burger from the grill. "The Chew's" Michael Symon knows how to make a mean burger and this one with sirloin, short rib, brisket and bacon might be the perfect patty.
Cat Cora's basque-rubbed chicken and veggie skewers have a great citrus-flavor and are divine when dipped in the cool ranch sauce.
Adam Perry Lang had a day dream about radicchio wrapped in bacon and came up with this recipe to bring it to life. The sticky-sweet acidity of good balsamic vinegar pairs perfectly with the bitter veggie and "bacon makes it all better," Lang writes.
San Marzano tomatoes give this grilled steak rich flavor. Your family will love this Italian-inspired dish.
Ketchup, cider vinegar, brown sugar and honey make this barbecue sauce a family favorite. The sauce keeps in the fridge for weeks so you can save some for your next batch of chicken.
These aren't your everyday onions. Large sweet onions are wrapped in bacon and filled with a teaspoon of butter. Need we say more?
Chef Elizabeth Karmel of Hill Country Barbecue in New York City is known for her brisket. This recipe, written for the home cook, turns out a brisket that's as close to authentic Texas barbecue as you can get outside of Texas.
This simple grilled chop is given a dose of heat with a chili hollandaise sauce. Let someone grill the chops while you prepare the sauce.
Chopped rosemary gives these grilled pork chops earthy flavor. Serve them with roasted potatoes and salad.
Say goodbye to the bland and boring turkey burgers you're used to: these patties are flavored with chili powder, paprika and cumin. Homemade cilantro mayonnaise is spread on top of the patty for an incredibly satisfying bite.
Who says you can't make dessert on the grill? The smokiness of the grilled pound cake works perfect with the light and sweet berries.
Try Wolfgang Puck's delicious grilled peaches topped with cinnamon, raspberries, toasted almond, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.