Who doesn’t love a cookout? This weekend expand past traditional hotdogs and hamburgers and try some thing new. How about some kabobs or a new take on a potato salad or grilled vegetables? Choose one of these recipes to try out on the grill!
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Perfect for those early summer days that is sweet with a touch of tartness.
This salad is very light, and the combination of scallions and jalapeno add great flavor.
Prepare this fresh dish using earthy root vegetables and sweet spring onions and peas.
You don't need to drench this Springtime side dish in mayo for it to be good!
Nearly 120,000 juleps are sold at Churchill Downs over the two-day race period.
Combine tender kale, crunchy carrots, chewy raisins and a tart dressing for a tasty salad.
The rhubarb season has arrived, and this curd recipe is tart, thick, and sweet.
This loaf has a warming spicy flavor with a floral taste of pure honey.
This healthy-eating choice can quickly become dinner by adding chicken.
Add pears, pomegranate, and hard boiled eggs for a bright and healthy meal.
You can prep the shrimp ahead of time for a quick dish for a dinner party.
The squash provides a rich, golden color and a moist crumb to this Fall dish.
These fritters have a golden brown shell of caramelized cheese on the outside.
With big chunks of potatoes, lemon zest and scallions, this salad is a filling lunch idea.
For a simple dish, caramelize shallots in bacon fat then saute the corn in it.
This dinner salad recipe is refreshing, light and filling all at the same time.
Learn how to perfectly fry your sweet potatoes into a finger licking dish.
This sweet and tart dessert is an unlikely pairing that pleasantly compliments each other.
This ice cream tastes exactly like sweetened corn, and it’s smooth in texture.
Good salad dressing doesn't need all the ingredients listed on the back of the bottle.
Combine tart seasonal plums, rye flakes, and ice cream for a melt-in-your-mouth dessert.
This healthy, refreshing salad is the perfect go-to when you need a quick and easy meal!
Eloté is served hot with mayonnaise, Cotija cheese, and Ancho chile powder.
Every part of a daylily flower is edible, and you can deep fry them into a fritter recipe.
Garlic, lemongrass and ginger give this meat marinade its fresh herbal flavor.
One of the great flavor combinations - strawberries and cream make a frozen treat.
Puree fresh strawberries into a sorbet for a decadent and vibrant brownie sandwiches.
This garlicky variation on classic Japanese edamame will leave you licking your fingers.
It's the perfect summer appetizer that can be assembled in mere minutes.
This Summer cocktail is smokey, sweet, fruity, and tart for an inventive flavor.
Brown sugar, miso and ginger add great flavor to this make-ahead crowd pleaser.
For those who shy away from mayo, the German version of potato salad is for you.
The Gruyere imparts a nutty flavor on the homemade dough for a simple meal.
For an easy drink, blend up watermelon for a perfect Summer treat in minutes.
For a simple dinner, this sandwich takes 15 minutes including making a hummus spread.
Can a salad be seductive? It can when it's a warm, jewel-toned radicchio salad.
The curry permeates the chicken for a moist and flavorful dish.
Guests can assemble their own combinations for a summertime taco.
If you are firing up the grill this weekend, find all your favorite summertime recipes.
Make your own ice bowls to serve this beautiful, seasonal treat.
These buns are rich, moist, and durable enough to hold up to a big, fat, juicy burger.
Combine gooey Camembert and peppery arugula for a pizza perfect for warmer months.
Frozen puff pastry is a quick way to make a tart in roughly 15 minutes.
Drizzle mustard dressing over this side dish with caramelized onions.
Combine lemon dressing, boiled eggs, arugula, and diced avocado for a spring salad.
Make a creamy mint dressing for a fresh salad of baby corn, snap peas, and romaine.
Melt this cheese dip with hot sauce and red pepper flakes for a touch of added heat.
Serve this simple grilled steak with a flavorful rub at your next family bbq.
This simple little salad is a great way to add a little crunch and zest to sandwiches!
Add zest to your corn on the cob by drizzling this fresh and slightly spicy lime crema.
The combination is both flavorful and colorful for a cookout or side dish.
When you focus on foods that travel well, you will even please omnivore friends.
You can make this favorite condiment vegan-friendly without adding any tofu either.