A pig and a prawn aren't exactly neighbors. Take the initiative and introduce them in this simple, crunchy, tasty appetizer.
Give this popular Southern vegetable the grill treatment with this simple recipe.
Bacon wrapped skinless, boneless chicken thighs with blue cheese and roasted garlic can be grilled, smoked, broiled or baked!
Here's another version of the always-popular "jalapeño popper". Bake 'em in the oven if there's 5 feet of snow outside or if your grill space is limited. You can cut the recipe in half or even quarters without degrading the quality, too! Check the intensity of your jalapeños before you make 'em and add a diced up chipotle or two (or 1/4-1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper) to the stuffing if they are too mild.
I make my quesadillas in the panini maker, but they can be done in a non-stick frying pan as well. This is a great way to use left-over chicken.
You're a busy guy. You've got ballgames to watch, beer to drink, dogs to pet. So maybe you don't have hours to sit by a smoker. Tasty ribs can still be yours with this fast grill-to-oven method.
Scallops cook up nice and quick. The proscuitto (Italian bacon, basically) gives them a salty taste and crunchy texture.
These spicy shrimp with honey, lime, and tequila make an easy summer appetizer.
Cloves cooked on the grill. Add 'em as a condiment on hot dogs and burgers, or just eat them whole. Make sure you have a breath mint handy, though.