Guide to Grilling

Get fired up! Summer is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, friends and fine food all at once, and grilling is what helps bring them together. The grill or fire pit has held an important place in virtually every country and culture throughout history. In our busy, modern lives, grilling celebrates the delightful simplicity and naturally bold flavors of whole foods, and allows us to explore flavors of the world without leaving our own backyards.


Methods & Techniques
Whether your grill is charcoal or gas, the particular technique you use to grill may depend a little on which type you own.
Methods & Techniques
Beef & Pork
From the classic hamburger to large pork shoulders, the appropriate heat level and cooking time are crucial for grilling meat that is tender and juicy.
Beef & Pork
Poultry
The mild flavor of poultry makes it a versatile option for grilling.
Poultry
Seafood
Quick-cooking seafood is a great choice for firing up the grill, even on busy weeknights.
Seafood
Veggies & Fruits
Grilling intensifies the natural sweetness and flavor of most veggies and fruits.
Veggies & Fruits
Meat Substitutes
Tofu, tempeh, veggie dogs, veggie sausage and veggie burgers all taste great when cooked on the grill.
Meat Substitutes
Making Grilling Special
No matter what you’re grilling, marinades, rubs and other techniques add oomph to fired-up foods.
Making Grilling Special