WATCH: 5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Grill
Check out Food Network's Weekend Cookout menu of easy-to-prepare seafood dishes, like grilled salmon, potato salad with crab and more.
We appeared on Good Morning America Health to talk about healthy grilling and prepping some deliciously fresh dishes. Here are the recipes we made.
This week, we zone in on the classic summer burger — juicy, beefy and cooked on the grill. Who made it best: Aarti or Marc?
Sometimes a rainy day can put a damper on your grilling or picnic plans. Don't cancel the party -- remember this tips for bringing your cookout indoors.
For the record, no, it's not the same as eating burnt food.
Garlic Grilled Romaine is easy to make and can be jazzed up with a variety of flavors like lemon and chili.
I love to grill throughout the year, but in the summer it’s just practical to keep the heat out of the kitchen. Burgers and brats are brilliant, and steaks and seafood are stupendous, but my absolute favorite is cheap and cheerful chicken.
Cherish summer's final days and seasonal flavors with this versatile spread. Our menu features veggie kabobs to start, a spicy grilled chicken (or grilled zucchini for the meat-wary) and a cooling grilled fruit sundae to round things out.
At your next weekend cookout, try grilling homemade pizza dough using Food Network Magazine's recipe for Grilled Everything Pizza.