It's time to dust off your grill and put it to good use this season. We are here to prove that you can add variety and flavor with simple sauces, a skewer or even a beer can.
Want to add color and flavor to a simple cut of meat? Dress up your steak with a taste of Argentina. A chimichurri sauce made of parsley, olive oil, lemon and spices will do the trick.
Here's a marinade with some Asian persuasion. A skirt steak is ideal for soaking up juices — and the final result will be tender meat with a pop of international spice.
Talk about rustic and savory. The heat of the red onion mixed with cool, sweet plums is an undeniably mouthwatering sauce to pair with marinated grilled chicken.
Here's a beer you can eat. You've seen this done before, and now you can master it yourself. For best results, serve with ice cold ale.
Let's be honest, anything on a stick is always more scrumptious. The contrasting flavors of chipotle peppers against the lightness of citrus fruits and honey create the ultimate spicy sweet combo that will leave you drooling.
Don't be afraid if you have never used lemongrass. The stalks of this herb produce a light lemony flavor. The mixture of those, soy sauce, chili paste and garlic is Thai tasty!
Tuna, salmon and swordfish — oh my! Go "under the sea" with this grilling recipe. The combo of these three is a fisherman's dream.
A classic piece of salmon is dressed up with rich, flavorful caramelized onions. The fish can be finished in less than 30 minutes and is perfect for a busy mom.
Pizza on a grill?! Who knew? Take an American classic and add some Mexican flair with red peppers and adobo sauce. Toss in some goat cheese and chipotle shrimp and call it a day.
Let's throw some burgers on the barbie! Beets and fried eggs are a favorite Down Under with the locals. If you're feeling adventurous this summer, give this unique pairing of flavors a try.
Beat the summer heat and serve up some yummy green chile burgers. The coolness of the chile-lime mayo against a freshly grilled burger, piled high with avocado on a soft, doughy roll is a picturesque meal for this season.
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