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How to Grill Chicken

Follow our step-by-step how-to for perfect grilled chicken, every time.

Watch the Video: How to Grill Chicken

The Barefoot Contessa's Asian Grilled Salmon

Ina grills salmon with the skin on for extra flavor, then removes it before serving.

Who Loves Ya Baby-Back?

Alton braises his pork baby back ribs in the oven, then finishes them off under the broiler just until the glaze caramelizes.

Watch the Video: Who Loves Ya Baby-Back?

Alton's Margarita

Mix up perfect margaritas Alton's way. He adds fresh oranges to the limey mix and sweetens it up slightly with light agave nectar.

The Ultimate BBQ Chicken

Tyler's ultimate barbecued chicken starts with a soak in brine — two hours is ideal, but he says it's fine if you've got only 15 minutes. Then he makes a killer barbecue sauce that's infused with bacon flavor.

How to Make a Perfect Burger

Follow our tips for cooking the best possible burgers in your own backyard.

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Bobby's Grilled Chicken With Spicy Peach Glaze

Bobby livens up chicken breasts with a glaze made with peach preserves and grilled fresh peaches on the side.

Grilled Vegetables

Giada grills veggies in batches because some take longer to cook than others. Bell peppers take longest (8 to 10 minutes), while asparagus and green onion need just 4 minutes or so until tender and charred.

Giada's Grilled Chicken

Giada tops her grilled chicken breasts and thighs with a bright basil dressing that she whips up in the blender.

Alton's Guacamole

Alton uses a potato masher to achieve perfectly chunky guac.

Tyler's Burger Bar

Move over, ketchup and mustard. Tyler shows how to make a next-level spread of burger toppings like sauteed mushrooms, caramelized onions and herbed horseradish mayo.

The Neelys' Lemon Pasta Salad

This mayo-free pasta salad is perked up with a lemon-Dijon dressing.

Beer Can Chicken

Watch Pat Neely's foolproof technique for juicy, flavorful grilled chicken — the secret ingredient is a can of beer.

Blueberry Buckle

Alton's easy dessert is the perfect way to showcase your bounty of sweet in-season blueberries.

Giada's Grilled Portobellos

Giada fills portobello mushrooms with tomatoes and fresh mozzarella for a vegetarian entree that will entice even the burger lovers at your cookout.

Rachael's Grilled Shrimp

Kick off your next summer party with Rachael's easy 10-minute appetizer. Her trick? Grill lemon wedges before squeezing them over the shrimp for added flavor.

Grandma Jean's Potato Salad

Complete your summer spread with the Neelys' simple, classic potato salad.

Watch the Video: Grandma Jean's Potato Salad Top 100

No-Bake Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut Butter Squares

Trisha Yearwood's chocolatey no-bake dessert squares are easy to transport and perfect on the go. The sweet and salty combination will please kids and adults alike.

Barbecued Pork Ribs

These ribs are homemade from start to finish with Trisha's tangy barbecue sauce recipe and salty-sweet marinade. Plus, they're made right in the oven so you can enjoy them even when the weather isn't ideal for grilling.

Easy Grilled Pork Chops

A quick marinade of honey, oil, vinegar, cumin and red pepper flakes coats pork chops as they rest in a re-sealable plastic bag. After an hour, remove and grill for just seven minutes.

Tequila Lime Chicken

The refreshing taste of classic lime margaritas shines through in Ina's crispy yet moist grilled chicken.

Individual Key Lime Pies

Ree's adorable Key lime pies round out a filling barbecue and, best of all, come together in three easy layers. Simply spread homemade lime curd atop buttery graham cracker crust, then add a dollop of fresh whipped cream. Lime zest is the perfect garnish.

Marinated Grilled Flank Steak with BLT Smashed Potatoes

Make Rachael's juicy flank steak on the grill, then serve it with bacon, leek and tomato mashed potatoes.

Sweet Potato Salad

With sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes and Greek yogurt replacing some of the mayonnaise, potato salad gets a lightened-up makeover that doesn't disappoint.

Grilled Chicken with Spinach and Pine Nut Pesto

Simply grilled chicken is the perfect platform for all of the bright, fresh flavors in this dish: Giada covers each piece with a zesty spread of spinach and pine nut pesto before serving.

Cheese-Stuffed Burgers

Cheeseburgers are always tasty, but when the cheese is actually added inside the burger, it adds a whole new dimension. And with even more cheese melted on top, you can't go wrong.