How To Grill Pineapple

Fresh pineapple is great on its own. Sometimes, though, you don't want that bright, crisp flavor, but instead want something more mellow. Grilling pineapple makes it taste richer and more complex without actually adding anything except a little sugar. … [Read more...]

Grill Season Suggestions

It's getting close to grilling season here in Cleveland. Which means most of you have already been cooking out for a couple of months ... but I'm not jealous. So I figured it would be a good idea to put together some of the best cookout food I've done here. … [Read more...]

How To Grill Corn On The Cob

Fresh corn on the cob doesn't take much cooking at all. Some people insist that the only way to eat it is to get it within hours of being picked and boil it for two or three minutes. These same people will put the water on the stove before heading out to the farmers market or roadside stand to get the corn, so they won't waste a second after shucking it. These people are crazy. (I'm looking at you, Alton Brown.) I've kept corn in the fridge for two or three days before cooking it and I … [Read more...]

How To Grill Chicken — Bonus: Kielbasi!

Lots of summer grilling isn't about recipes. It's about good food, cooked simply and well. One of the great things about doing it this way it you can do a variety of dishes all at the same time. This night it was chicken thighs for the kids and kielbasi for the adults. … [Read more...]

Why Stainless Steel Is Better Than Non-stick For Grilling

I mentioned in the grilled potatoes post that stainless steel is better than non-stick for grilling. This is why. … [Read more...]