The best of everything BBQ!
This is one of the best tasting BBQ's you will ever eat. open the windows when boiling in crab boil
This will keep people coming back to your cookouts!
Give potatoes the smoky flavor of the grill. With a generous helping of cheese to top things off, of course.
This is a meaty meal for two reasons: The flank steak, of course; but also the buffed-up potato salad that includes cabbage and bell peppers.
Why pick just one meat for your kebabs? Double the meatiness with this simple chicken and sausage kebab recipe.
Bring this traditional St. Patrick's Day recipe outside--cook it in Dutch oven on your grill.
This simple, potato salad like mom used to make it is terrific. But why stay inside boiling potatoes when you can just grill them instead?
Use your ancestors' version of the slow-cooker--the Dutch oven--to make this beef stew on the grill or over the campfire. Careful, though--make this out in the open and you'll be fending off wildlife and/or neighbors attracted by the smell.
Pie on the grill? Yes you can. You'll even give the potatoes the smoky flavor of your BBQ when you grill them first before putting them in the pie.
Soup on the grill? Sure, if you have a Dutch oven. You'll want to make this soup over and over, the smoky flavor of the grill really brings out the flavor of the ham.
Fresh, tasty sweet potatoes. Make them out on the grill to free up room in the oven (or just because they'll taste better).
Here's how to have a clambake at home. Also, how to be the hero of the day. You'll fill a big pot with your favorite seafood and veggies and end up with a backyard full of happy family and friends.
No need to give up potatoes just because it's too hot to use the oven. These easy grilled potatoes, covered in a bacon-y sauce, may have more flavor than baked.