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Summer Seafood

There's something about summertime's balmy weather that makes it just right for chilled seafood salads. The cool, refreshing, slightly sweet, slightly salty flavor of shrimp, scallops, lobster, salmon, and crabmeat are hard to beat.


 

Food Safety for Summer Entertaining

When the weather is warm, dining outside is just about irresistible. Whether you picnic in the park or at the beach, or fire up the grill in your own backyard, there’s something about a meal taken in the fresh air that makes everything more delicious and more fun. To keep it fun, observe food safety precautions.


 

Summer Seafood

There's something about summertime's balmy weather that makes it just right for chilled seafood salads. The cool, refreshing, slightly sweet, slightly salty flavor of shrimp, scallops, lobster, salmon, and crabmeat are hard to beat.


 

Dry Rubs for a Backyard Cookout

When you are planning a backyard cookout, it pays to get some of the work done ahead of time. One of the best ways to do so is to use dry rubs and moist pastes to add bold flavor to foods, particularly meat or poultry destined for the grill. Apply them up to 24 hours in advance for mouth-watering results!


 

Marinades and Rubs for Summertime

When planning a summertime meal for the grill, choose dishes that can be prepared in the cool of the morning. Usually this means marinating meat and refrigerating it until it's time to fire up the grill.


 

Four Questions You Never Thought to Ask about Buying Meat
Buying meat confounds even the best cook. In the good old days we had only to ask our butcher for "a nice roast" or "some juicy lamb chops," but nowadays we're on our own at the supermarket meat counter. Help!

 

Grilling into the Fall
Don’t let the cool weather put a stop to grilling. You can keep those outdoor fires going long into the fall and winter. Put on a warm coat, make sure there’s good light near the grill, and have fun!

 

Tips for Grilling Fish
One theory behind the term "barbecue" is that the word derives from the Spanish barbacoa , which was the term the Spanish explorers gave to the food they found locals grilling on wooden racks above fires on island beaches. More often than not, this

 

Food Safety for Summer Entertaining

When the weather is warm, dining outside is just about irresistible. Whether you picnic in the park or at the beach, or fire up the grill in your own backyard, there’s something about a meal taken in the fresh air that makes everything more delicious and more fun. To keep it fun, observe food safety precautions.


 

The First Family Cookout of the Year
Nothing brings on festive mood more quickly than cooking outside and this early cook-out will bring smiles to everyone's face.

 

Cooking with Zucchini
Cook and bake with zucchini as often and in as many ways as you can to get the most of the early fall harvest.

 

Backyard Gourmet

In the mood for a party? How about throwing a bash under the summer stars or, if you would rather, the summer sun? Once you choose a menu, transform your patio or deck into an elegant showcase for upscale grilling.


 

The First Family Cookout of the Year
Nothing brings on festive mood more quickly than cooking outside and this early cook-out will bring smiles to everyone's face.

 

Tips for Grilling Fish
One theory behind the term "barbecue" is that the word derives from the Spanish barbacoa , which was the term the Spanish explorers gave to the food they found locals grilling on wooden racks above fires on island beaches. More often than not, this

 








 
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