The 10 Things You Absolutely Have to Grill This Summer
Now that summer is in full swing, entertaining season is, too. We’re eager to invite family and friends over for cookouts large and small, fire up the grill, and dig into burgers, corn on the cob, and everything in between.
High on the list of our summer cookout must-haves are Land O Lakes® Butter in Full Sticks and Land O Lakes® Butter with Olive Oil and Sea Salt (which, as its name states, contains the added goodness of olive oil). Plus, as a farmer-owned co-op, every purchase of Land O Lakes® products directly benefits the 1,000+ farmer–owners who supply the milk that goes into their dairy products. No matter the summer celebration, these 10 satisfying recipes are well worth being a part of it.
Keeping corn-on-the-cob in its husk not only saves you the hassle of shucking, it allows the butter to soak into and deeply flavor the corn while it cooks. That’s a win-win.
The secret to the ultimate cheeseburgers may surprise you: Add grated frozen butter to the beef patties before grilling and they’ll cook up to be the juiciest you’ve ever tasted.
Feel free to make the lemon and dill compound butter ahead and store it in the fridge. It will save you time come dinner and ensure you’ll have this salmon on the table in no time.
These sheet pan nachos layered with ground beef, corn, black beans, and cheese generously feed a crowd. That’s why they’re one of our favorite solutions for summer entertaining.
This cheesy grilled garlic bread is the ultimate complement to just about any summer meal. Bring the whole loaf right to the table from the grill so everyone can pull apart the garlicky slices.
These cheesy stuffed mini bell peppers are a colorful, crowd-friendly way to kick off a cookout. You can even stuff them ahead of time and refrigerate them until you’re ready to grill.
Summer is peak season for juicy peaches and this recipe absolutely shows them off. The sweet fruit is the ultimate match with salty prosciutto, American cheese, and buttery–griddled sourdough bread.
These grilled steak fajitas are a party just waiting to happen. Wrap the tortillas in aluminum foil and warm them on the grill while you cook the steak and vegetables to keep all the work outside.
Everything tastes better with hot honey. These sweet–and–spicy bites are perfect for snacking while everything else cooks on the grill.
Dropping a pat of butter onto the mixture of sausage, potatoes, green beans, and corn before sealing these easy foil packets ensures every bite will be extra satisfying.