How to Grill Everything

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How to Grill Everything

Now that you’ve mastered all the key grilling techniques, it’s time to get down to details. There are a few classic dishes everyone should have in their outdoor cooking repertoire, whether it’s for a regular weeknight or leisurely cookout for a crowd. Click the links below for step-by-step guides to pulling off these essential summer meals, then check out our complete Grilling Guide for more tips and recipes to serve you all season long.
Learn how to pick the best meat, prevent a “swollen belly” and keep patties from falling apart with this guide.
T-Bone Steaks with Black-Pepper ButterSteak
Grill the ultimate steak with a few simple tips for seasoning and timing. Our secret? A pat of flavorful compound butter instead of steak sauce.
Baby Back RibsBaby Back Ribs
Perfect smoked ribs are surprisingly easy to make once you understand how to control the heat. Here, we explain how steam-roasting, direct heat and indirect heat create the best flavor and texture.
Grill the Perfect Pork TenderloinPork Tenderloin
Pork tenderloins are affordable, quick-cooking and ideal for a crowd. With our tips, you’ll never overcook them again.
Grill the Perfect Pork ChopPork Chop
Grilling great pork chops has everything to do with the meat you choose and your level of heat. Also: brine, brine, brine. Here’s how to do it right.
Grill the Perfect Lamb ChopLamb Chop
With lamb chops, you want a good char on the outside and a juicy, pink center. Read on four our four simple rules for grilling them.
Grill-Roasted Chicken with Herb MopWhole Chicken
Master grill roasting, and you can use your grill as an oven whenever you like. Find out how to keep it moist, flavorful and delicious.
Grill the Perfect BBQ ChickenBBQ Chicken
For the best barbecued chicken, first, skip the boneless, skinless breasts — bones add flavor and moisture. We’ll also show you how to add tangy sauce without charring the skin.
Grill the Perfect Fish FilletFish Fillet
Worried about fish sticking to the grill grates? Our foolproof tip will make sure it never does again (and you’ll never guess what it is).
Ten seconds can mean the difference between shrimp that are perfectly tender and those with a rubbery texture. Here’s how to make sure you don’t overdo them.
Grilled PizzaPizza
If you love the smoky flavor from a wood pizza oven, it’s time to start grilling your pizzas. Keep reading for tips on how to turn out bubbly, beautifully charred pizzas every time.


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