Weekly Wrap-Up (5/27-6/2)

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In case you missed them, we’ve compiled our favorite blog posts of the week all in one place so you can read, get inspired — and cook!


Quick & Easy Grilled Squid Salad
Fresh and slightly spicy flavors star in this Asian-inspired salad, making for a memorable dish that is perfect for entertaining. Bonus: it requires only eight ingredients, a few of which you likely already have on hand. If you don’t like squid, try substituting fresh shrimp.
Farm to Fork: A Recipe from the San Juan Islands, Washington
Join our contributor as she tours an organic farm in Washington state’s San Juan Islands — and enjoys a dinner straight from the farm. Try the chef’s recipe yourself!
Ultimate BBQ Sides: Three-Cheese Macaroni & Cheese
Homemade mac & cheese is the perfect partner for classic, down-home BBQ. Our unique version stars three cheeses for the ultimate combo of creamy, rich and savory.
Grilled Foods & Beer: A Pairing Guide
Any beer makes for a good match with grilled foods, but some can bring out the best of the smoky flavors. Learn which styles of beer pair best with beef, poultry, fish, vegetables and more.
Taste the World: Chicken Yakitori with Honey Sauce
Japanese culinary tradition is filled with delicious grilled meats, fish, poultry and vegetable dishes. Chicken yakitori is Japanese grilling simplicity at its best — try our recipe for grilled skewers with a sweet-tangy dipping sauce.
Weekend Entertaining: Grilled Seafood Celebration
Put a fresh spin on al fresco dining with an elegant seafood supper. Classic appetizers and lobster tails grilled on a cedar plank make any occasion a cause to celebrate — our recipes and tips will show you how.
Happy Donut Day!
The first Friday in June is National Donut Day, and we’ve got the perfect recipe to help you celebrate. This delicious project is perfect for a leisurely summer weekend — your friends and family will thank you.
5 Top-Rated Recipes for Indoor Grilling
Indoor grilling can be a great substitute for the real, smoky thing — the key is just knowing when to stay in and when to step out. Find out which cuts and ingredients are best suited for your indoor grill, and try some of our customers’ favorite recipes.

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