When it comes to backyard burgers off the grill, we all want the same thing: a tender and juicy burger that we can really sink our teeth into. There are a hundred and one ways to grill a burger, but here's an old family recipe that guarantees flavorful and juicy burgers every time.
As an urban dweller, I must confess that grilling season leaves me frustrated. I love grilled food, everything from veg to haloumi cheese to meat and even fruit. A touch of char and smoke is all it takes for me to start salivating. In my current situation, however, I have no backyard, porch, balcony, rooftop or fire escape in which to perch even the smallest of grills. It got me to thinking about how others approach their summer grilling plans. A nice suburban yard offers numerous possibilities, but what about apartment building dwellers?
Grilling cheese seems like a magic trick. You keep expecting the slices of halloumi to start melting between the grates and then...they don't! Instead, this creamy, chewy, mild cheese picks up beautiful grill marks and a touch of smoky flavor. Grillers, say hello to your new favorite ingredient this summer.
Yes, we're talking grilled fruit. Outside on the gas grill or indoors on a grill pan, we love the way grilling caramelizes the natural sugars in fresh fruit. Never tried it? Read on for 10 delicious and easy summer grilled fruit ideas.
Over the years I've owned many grills and worked in several outdoor spaces, yet one thing remains the same: you always need a place to put stuff, and you don't need to buy the extra expensive grill with all the drawers and cabinets! Instead, check out this DIY project that'll give you all the storage and prep space you need.
Sausage or bratwurst seem like simple foods to cook, but there's actually great art and mastery required to properly grill them without breaking the casing. This pro tip is priceless, and gives you killer condiments to boot.