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Tips and Recipes for Grilling This Summer

Jun 18, 2020 11:45AM ● By Gabrielle Varela
So many options, so little time. Here is your round up of grilling recipes, tips and techniques from leading sources in the food and drink world.

Food and Wine Magazine’s  28 Quick Grilling Recipes will have you searing and sizzling all summer long. From sides like grilled apricots with burrata and country ham and grilled oysters with tabasco-leek butter to meaty mains like sausage mixed grill and pork chops with honey-garlic glaze, you can cook it all outside! And tbh, why wouldn’t you? Those in charge take heed, Food and Wine also offers advice on this Common Grilling Mistake to keep cookouts safe and fun!

Bon Appetit released 89 of their favorite grilling recipes last year, giving you the know-how to grill, well, almost anything. With it, here are their best recipes for grilling chicken, vegetables, fish, sausage, and plant-based meat alternatives!

All Hail the Queen: Martha Stewart is forever the homemaker giant. So it’s no surprise she offers full guidance in her BBQ and Grilling Recipes. Hit here for everything from best burgers to whole grilled eggplant, or BBQ sauce by region. Click here for tips and techniques to cook and care for any type of grill. Check out her full menu suggestions that will get you set to impress at your next summer cookout.

Now, we know what you’re thinking; what to drink with what you grill? For beer, look to Hop Culture’s The Best Beer to Serve at the Summer BBQ or just glimpse Breaking Brews’ guide and infographics. Beyond the brews, there are great wines for grilling, hard seltzers for crushing and cocktails now available to-go that include the added bonus of supporting your local bartenders and businesses amid their Coronavirus shut down.

Now that your armed with fantastic recipes head on over to the Woodstock Farmers' Market, The Co-op, or the Village Butcher Shop to get all the ingredients to plan your summer backyard feast! 

Now that you have everything you need, get grilling!

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