Tasty recipes for the great outdoors!
This pork tenderloin recipe gets its zip from an easy-to-make dry rub that's applied to the meat before grilling. The modified barbecue sauce is just the right consistency for dipping. (For a milder version, omit the hot sauce.)
Our grilled pork tenderloin is guaranteed to be moist and tender, and its delicious sweet and savory glaze does double duty as a dipping sauce.
These custom-made grilled dinners let everyone in the family be a chef.
Succulent shrimp and spicy andouille sausage team up with sweet onion, tomatoes, and okra for a delicious dish that tastes like gumbo but doesn't take hours to cook.
Here's a tasty twist on fajitas that replaces hard-to-find skirt steak with equally appetizing pork tenderloin.
This Asian-inspired recipe straight out of food editor Ken Haedrich's kitchen may be the perfect cookout finger food.
Set out a big dish of these roly-poly, bread crumb-topped armadillos, and it won't be long before you hear a chorus of "Please pass the potatoes!"
In this version of a cookout classic, pesto adds a savory, garden-fresh flavor to extra juicy chicken burgers.
Satay is an excellent dish for introducing kids to the flavors of the East. These skewers of grilled marinated beef and the spicy-sweet peanut dipping sauce have kid appeal from every angle.
These Moroccan Chicken Kebobs are prepared with a dry rub that deliciously combines cinnamon and cloves.
Four simple but flavorful ingredients bring out the best in shrimp, and all in a matter of minutes. Serve the skewers with grilled asparagus and orzo for a light, fresh, healthful Italian meal.
Any cowboy can tell you that it takes more than meat and marshmallows to make a campfire meal. Here's a side dish perfect for rounding out the menu.
This was the sort of spiffed-up burger a guy can actually prepare without gourmet credentials.
A quick and healthy variation of an American favorite.
These delicious fajitas have a unique fusion of Asian and Mexican flavors making this a dinner your family is sure to remember.
This satay's appeal is easy to understand: tender, grilled meat dunked in the most delicious peanut sauce and served with a sweet, salty cucumber relish. What's not to love?
This cookout side dish combines grilled new potatoes — the first tiny red potatoes of the season — and a yogurt-sour-cream dip.
This recipe is a spicy alternative to the more traditional turkey burger. Healthy and delicious, these Asian-style turkey burgers will satisfy those who crave the spicy!
This simple skewer recipe is perfect for shrimp lovers!
Seasoned with spiced butter, this grilled corn makes plain boiled corn pale in comparison. Plus, your kids will think it's really cool to cook the ears right in their husks.
This family favorite requires a two-step process, but it goes fast. First you grill the vegetables and shrimp, and then you use them to prepare the quesadillas and a quick batch of salsa.
It's fun for kids to nibble these tender meatballs straight from the skewer or slide them off and wrap them in Boston or Bibb lettuce leaves along with slivers of cucumber, shredded carrots, and sprigs of fresh cilantro or mint.
Ham steaks are great campfire fare because they're precooked, so you essentially need only to heat them through.
This superb salmon recipe is simply sensational.
This colorful and delicious grilled-steak-and-veggies salad makes a light but satisfying summertime dinner.
A sweet glaze of soy sauce, sake, and the Japanese cooking wine mirin coats these tender chunks of chicken. Thigh meat is preferable because it stands up better to high-heat grilling.
Here's a delicious Tex-Mex spin on tostadas made with marinated grilled chicken.
This versatile dinner dish is a great idea for outdoor cooking, camping, or just a delicious meal anytime.
In this recipe, half the marinade is used to flavor the meat and vegetables. The other half is whisked with peanut butter to create a tasty dipping sauce -- a fun job that kids can lend a hand with.
These mini quesadillas are best enjoyed while they're still warm - which gives your child the chance to play party host, walking around with a serving tray of savory appetizers he helped make.
Spice-rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Barbecue Sauce
Peachy Pork Tenderloin
Coconut Chicken Wings
Basil Chicken Burgers with Pesto Mayonnaise
Indonesian Beef Satay With Peanut Sauce
Moroccan Chicken Kebobs
Italian Shrimp & Rosemary Spiedini
Cowboy Spud and Veggie Medley
Fresh Salmon Burgers
Paul's Grilled Fajitas
Scrumptious Chicken Satay
Grilled Tiny New Potatoes
Asian Turkey Burgers
Shrimp on a Stick
Shrimp Quesadillas with Grill-Your-Own Salsa
Vietnamese Grilled Pork Meatballs
Zesty Ham and Pineapple
Grilled Everything Salad With Pesto Vinaigrette
Japanese Chicken Yakitori
Grilled Chicken Tostadas
Martin's Moroccan Chicken Kebobs
Grilled Pork Tenderloin & Asparagus with Peanut Dipping Sauce
Chicken Barbecue Quesadillas