Grilling Things We Love
What every burger-loving Wahlberg fan should know...
Wondering What Kind of Grill to Get?
Always at the ready, gas grills offer weeknight convenience.
There's something special about the flavor charcoal grills bring.
Ideal for grilling over an open flame or to smoke-cook meats.
Hyvee Culinary Expert TipTo get tender smoked foods from the grill, use indirect heat. On a charcoal grill, place the coals on one side; place an aluminum foil pan on the other, directly under where the food will cook. For a gas grill, heat with all burners on high, then turn one side of the burners off and place the food there.
Smokin' on the Grill
Kicked Up Condiments
Blend 2 cups Hy-Vee ketchup; 1 serrano chile pepper, seeded and cut up; 1 teaspoon Sriracha sauce; 1/2 teaspoon liquid smoke and 1 clove garlic, minced.
Tangy Beer Mustard
Combine 1/3 cup Hy-Vee stone-ground mustard, 2 tablespoons stout beer, 1 tablespoon Hy-Vee honey and 1/2 teaspoon Hy-Vee Worcestershire sauce.
Creamy Garlic Aioli
Combine 1/2 cup Hy-Vee mayonnaise and 3 cloves garlic, minced; season to taste with Hy-Vee salt and Hy-Vee pepper.
Combine 1/4 cup chopped Hy-Vee dill pickles, 2 tablespoons finely chopped green bell pepper and 2 tablespoons finely chopped red onion.
Hyvee Culinary Expert TipFirst time making ribs? Remember to remove the membrane from the back. Just loosen it at the tail end, grip it with a paper towel, and peel it off in one piece. Or, your Hy-Vee butcher can do it for you.
Hyvee Culinary Expert TipRemember to soak a cedar plank in water for at least 2 hours before grilling. For extra flavor, try adding wine or cider to the soaking liquid.
Grilled Watermelon with Minted Salsa Bites
Whoever thought grilled watermelon could taste so good? Strawberries, kiwi and mint tossed with jalapeno and lime create a spicy and refreshing treat that just seems to scream summer.
- feta cheese
- fresh mint