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Recipe Roundup: Summer Grilling

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Summer is here and it’s time to break out the grill and some of our all-time favorite grilling recipes. From an over-the-top burger and tender grilled potatoes to marinated chicken with grilled salsa and plenty of fresh grilled vegetables, we have something for everyone. You just bring the grill and some cold beers!

 


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Grilled Pizza with Cherry Tomatoes & Gorgonzola
Sweet cherry tomatoes get a slightly smoky flavor from cooking on the grill atop one of our favorite summer pizzas. Accented with fresh herbs and cheese, you don’t even need sauce. In place of cherry tomatoes, you can use 2 thinly sliced tomatoes.

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Burgers Stuffed with Pimento Cheese
These juicy beef burgers are stuffed with a Southern favorite—pimento cheese—and then grilled to perfection. Tuck the burgers inside toasted buns and top with fresh lettuce, ripe tomato slices, pickles, and red onion.

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Orange Mojo Pork Tenderloin
This recipe is easy enough for a midweek dinner (if you marinate the pork the night before) and showy enough for company. A brightly flavored Latin spice rub and a marinade of orange juice, fresh herbs, a dozen garlic cloves and some jalapeños deliver enough flavor to satisfy the fussiest palates.
Grilled Vegetable Antipasto with Red Onion VinaigretteGrilled Vegetable Antipasto with Red Onion Vinaigrette
Grill your favorite vegetables, drizzle with good olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt for a no-fuss, no-fail appetizer.

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Cumin-Crusted Chicken Thighs with Grilled Tomatillo Salsa
Cumin, smoked paprika and other bold spices in the rub come together with a chunky salsa of tomatillos, chili, lime and cilantro to deliver an explosion of flavors that complement tender chicken thighs.

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Mexican Grilled Corn
Grilled corn, spread with mayonnaise and sprinkled with cotija cheese, cilantro, and chile powder, is a much-loved street food in Mexico. If you can’t find cotija, substitute feta cheese, which is similarly salty. Either way, you are in for a treat.

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Grilled Summer Squash with Mint Vinaigrette
If you have ever planted zucchini or summer squash, you know that at some point you are going to end up with more squashes than you know what to do with. That’s the time to pull out this recipe. Grilled summer squashes are splendid on their own, of course. But top them with this simple mint vinaigrette and you won’t mind that garden surplus..
Grilled Fingerling PotatoesGrilled Fingerling Potatoes
Parboil potatoes ahead of time, then throw them on the grill during the tailgate — they take on a nice char and slightly smoky flavor.
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