I've been making corn on the cob like this for years. It is easy and always a hit!
Corn on the cob is spread with butter and squirted with fresh lime before being grilled over coals for a delicious vegetable dish.
Real men cook corn with fire, not water. Once you cook corn on the grill, you never go back to boiling.
The old wrap-it-in-foil, chuck-it-in-the-fire method of campfire cooking adapted here for your grill.
This vegetable feast, flavored by mighty bacon, takes you outside to the grill, inside to the oven, and to a skillet on your stovetop or grill. It's like cooking as an Olympic event. The taste of this vegetable side dish, which you can eat alone or over pasta or chicken, makes all the effort worthwhile.
Grilled corn cut into a chipotle-flavored broth makes an incredible, smoky chowder.
This flavorful, hearty soup is everything a man could want...better yet, you can cook it outside on your favorite cooking device.
Get up, grill some chicken, then toss it in the slow cooker with this all-star team of ingredients. Inspired by Ellis & Laura's "Chick's Chicken Chili"
A perfect recipe for summer nights by the grill, using fresh salmon and fresh corn.
Bring the smoky taste of grilled corn inside with this warm dip.
This will keep people coming back to your cookouts!
Bring the smoky taste of the grill inside (but definitely not the actual grill) to make this smoky, cheesy soup.
Flap meat, also called Ranchera or Carne Asada meat, is a cheap and flavorful cut that is a staple in Mexican cooking. If you can't find flap meat then you can substitute a pounded out flank steak.
Okay, here's the tailgating plan. Make this big pot of chili one night late in the week, then let it sit in the fridge until game day. The flavors will mesh together like linemen on a perfectly-called draw play, and you'll be the one hearing the fans' cheers.