Don't miss out on summer's greatest friendship: sweet-and-sour chicken and juicy pineapple skewers. The duo tastes especially delicious when dipped in our homemade Thai sauce complete with garlic and brown sugary goodness.
For zingy crunch in every bite, try our Asian-inspired shrimp-and-snap-pea skewers, lightly brushed in a sweet and creamy mayo-chili sauce. Note: If you're using wooden skewers, be sure to soak in water at least 30 minutes before using.
Grilled brie cheese is an easy, sophisticated appetizer. We've topped ours with a delightful relish featuring peaches, raisins, and red onion—all coated in a fresh blend of spices and brown sugar for an irresistible combo that's just waiting for a cracker.
Grab a napkin and sink your teeth into a perfectly slathered chicken wing. We grill ours in a sweet garlic sauce made with just enough cayenne kick to get the party going.
Sweet potatoes in a quesadilla? Believe it. We grill ours to crispy perfection and fill them with spicy peppers and hearty beans. Top with our cool cucumber relish for a unique grilled appetizer that can double as a weeknight dinner idea.
We've added grilled shrimp and zucchini to classic panzanella, a traditional Italian tomato salad recipe that uses stale bread. Smoky grilled flavors make this easy salad the perfect summer starter.
We top tender grilled polenta slices with a garlicky, wine-infused blend of fresh mushrooms and roma tomatoes for an Italian-inspired appetizer that's great for summer.
A touch of Sriracha in our crunchy homemade chile croutons gives a jolt of heat to this light and lemony grilled asparagus soup.
Kick off any patio party with a light and elegant appetizer. Grilled scallops get drizzled with lime juice and mixed with pink grapefuit, orange, onion, and cucumber for a truly refreshing combination.
Our perfectly golden poppers get their pizzalike flavor from juicy fresh baby tomatoes. Garlic, mozzarella, and oregano also make all-star appearances in these mini Italian bites.
We've pumped up the volume of classic grilled corn by adding cayenne, chile peppers, and Mexican crema. These spicy corncob bites make a deliciously different grilled appetizer. Tip: Look for corn when it's at its peak around mid- to late summer.
Bring on the veggies! Stir tender-fresh summer vegetables right on your grill with a grill wok. Our zippy creamy mint pesto is a unique and fresh dipping sauce.
You'll never guess what's glazing these salmon skewers—caramel-flavor ice cream topping! We mix the sweet sauce in with some Dijon mustard, lime juice, and a little soy sauce for a mouthwatering marinade.
Fresh, in-season corn makes the perfect base to any summer salsa. We grilled ours to add a touch of smoky flavor. Be sure to toss in some sweet pepper and onion, then coat in lively lime juice before scooping up with a handful of crunchy corn tortillas.