Depending on your needs, some cuts are better than others.
Heading to the supermarket with a shopping list is one thing, but leaving with what you need is another entirely. Yes, they stock charcoal; but should you buy briquettes or hardwood? Your buddy loves shrimp; do you get large or jumbo? For every summer essential, there seems to be a confusing variation — cilantro or parsley, whipping cream or heavy cream. Here, a cheat sheet to a half dozen shopping conundrums. Remember it the next time you hit the store and you'll come out a winner.
As shocking as it might be to believe, sometimes it’s not a scheming rival chef who’s throwing a wrench into your carefully planned meal. Sometimes the metaphorical call is coming from inside the house – or outside on the patio, as the case may be. Here’s a quick rundown of our top 5 grilling mishaps, and how to avoid them.
Say bye-bye to burnt kernels and dried-out cobs — follow these tips for perfect grilled corn.
Use our internal-temperature chart to serve perfectly cooked meat every time.
With this technique, your grilled pizza won't flop, stick or burn.
No matter what kind of vegggies you're grilling, get tender, perfectly charred bites every time with these tips.
Learn how to cook and buy fresh tilapia the right way, plus get delicious easy-to-make recipes from the chefs at Food Network.
Fire up the grill all summer long with this new collection of recipe ideas.
For starters, it's an outdoor cooker that acts like a smoker, grill and oven all in one.
Try a new cookout dish: Food Network Magazine created dozens of fun and easy foil packs.
Take care of your grill and it will take care of you with a lifetime of delicious meals.
Use Food Network Kitchen's internal-temperature chart to serve perfectly cooked meat every time.
Planning a fire-free camping trip? Here are a few of our favorite no-cook meals.