Summer Grilling

This Ceramic Grill Pan Is a Foolproof Way to Upgrade Grilled Fish

When you need a break from the hot dogs, hamburgers and barbecued chicken, grill some fish.

How To Set Up Your Grill For Multitasking

Have you ever set out to grill a multi-part meal and found yourself sweating over the hot grates all evening, only to walk away smelling like you’ve been toasted yourself? Setting up a three-zone fire allows you to churn out more than just burgers and dogs so you can kick back and enjoy an ice-cold lemonade or beer.

How Long Can I Safely Leave Food Sitting Out at a Cookout?

With barbecues, picnics, and beachside days, the opportunities to enjoy food outdoors are plentiful. What else is plentiful on these summer days? The opportunities to get sick from spoiled food. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that there are an estimated cases of foodborne illness in the U.S. every year. people die as a result of their food-related illness.

3 Easy Tips for Elevating Your Summer Cookout from a Chef Who Knows Her Way Around a Grill

Last summer, you might have been content to keep things simple: A few steaks on the grill (with this ancho rub perhaps?) or juicy, tender, but unfussy burgers.

What You Should Be Doing Instead of Marinating Your Meat

Whether you're cooking steak or chicken on the grill this summer, chances are you're going to be mi up more than a few marinades.

A Better Way to Cook Chicken on the Grill

Grilling season is here, and with it inevitably comes the curse of dry chicken. If you've never been handed a dried-out chicken breast at a cook-out—so dry that even smothering it in barbecue sauce won't save it—consider yourself lucky. Bone-in chicken is easier to deal with, but boneless breasts? Forget it.

6 Underrated Cuts of Meat to Cook This Summer (and Where to Buy Them)

When James Peisker and Chris Carter of beloved, eight-year-old Nashville butcher shop launched their online business in February this year, they did so out of necessity. Their friends, family, and fans wouldn't stop begging for it.

How to Prep for Grilling Season, According to Mark Bittman

Memorial Day is fast approaching, which means we're in full-on grilling mode.

This Tool Is Essential for Summer Grilling, According to Aarón Sánchez

Now that the weather is warmer, you may have set up your grill, propane stocked, with the  cleaned and ready to rock. That might seem like enough to start grilling, but you’re forgetting one crucial tool—and it’s one that you might not even own.

Cooking With Fire in Uruguay

It took flying to the Southern Hemisphere, but I’d escaped a New York winter. It was summer in Uruguay, and even at twilight the air was hot. In the kitchen fire, potatoes crisped with paprika and tallow in a pan, and onions roasted in glowing coals. Outside, children lay half asleep on their mothers’ laps, and music married with the clink of glasses. A breeze floated up from the wide mouth of Montevideo Bay a few blocks away.