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Year-Round Grilling: Recipes for Every Season

Enjoy the distinct smoky char of grilled meat, vegetables and fruit all year round with this month-to-month recipe guide.

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12 Months of Grilling

Every year, when summer fades into fall and the telltale chill of autumn creeps back into the air, grills all over the nation don somber polyester drapes and roll away until the next warm-weather season. But not here at Food Network. If you can't get enough of the distinct smoky char that can only be achieved with hot grates or coals, then you've come to the right place.

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January: Grilled Jerk Chicken Wings

There's no rule that says you can't use your grill in the winter, and these flavorful jerk wings are just the recipe to step up your tailgating game. Although the marinade is easy to prepare, it has a stunningly complex flavor, thanks to the sweet brown sugar, spicy Scotch bonnets, zesty lime juice and aromatic spices. 
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February: Grilled Lamb Chops with Pomegranate-Mint Pesto

These juicy lamb chops slathered in pomegranate-mint pesto are incredibly comforting on a chilly February evening — and, they take only 15 minutes on the grill, so you won't have to brave the cold for long. Don't bother paying extra to get your lamb chops frenched (that's when all of the meat and connective tissue around the bones is removed) — those charred bits of meat around the bone are a bonus! 
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March: Grilled Cabbage and Corned Beef Wedge Salad

Rethink the traditional wedge salad with this grilled cruciferous version. Thick wedges of grilled cabbage become slightly charred on the outside and crisp-tender on the inside. And the corned beef crisps up, almost like cracklings.
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