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Charring corn on the grill helps release the vegetable’s natural sugars and lends a subtle smoky flavor.
In this quick-mix salad, hot and sweet play in an interesting mix of fresh tastes and textures.
Although ingredients matter, the tools you use for
summertime grilling can add restaurant-worthy flavor.
Take salmon: On its own it’s a crowd-pleaser but grilled and garnished with delicate
flavors—it becomes a dinnertime standout.
Real wood chunks provide authentic barbecue flavor for these ribs. A sweet-and-spicy rub enables
you to master a classic rib technique. (Timesaver tip: Skip the
homemade sauce and use whatever barbecue sauce you have at home to serve on the side).
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Pie is having a moment; it might be because home bakers have figured out that a homemade crust is a skill worth mastering.
This option features a shortening-butter combo that gives the crust enviable texture.
While you can put the kids to work de-pitting a batch of fresh fruit, timesaving frozen
cherries work well, too.
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Grilled-in-the-husk corn offers a super fun addition to your summertime meals.
Bonus: It only looks complicated. This version relies on an herb-soy mix, applied before grilling, for a flavor boost.
Cobbler originated as a frontier cook’s mashup of whatever ingredients were on hand.
The rustic taste of this option serves as a perfect foil to a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
The biggest time investment with these appetizer-friendly wings? A few hours to marinate in
a simple sauce; in fact, assembling them in the morning for a dinnertime gathering is the perfect dinner strategy.
Turn the spotlight on a lighter dish that showcases summertime’s harvest with these veggie kabobs. Citrus adds zest to the marinade.
To serve as a main dish, prep extra servings and slice up rustic bread for a side.
If there’s a summertime picnic or a potluck, there must be potato salad.
This version freshens up the classic mix of pucker-worthy vinegar and creamy sauce with the addition of garden herbs and a mix of heirloom-style potatoes.