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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

BBQ and Outdoor Entertaining

As the temperatures rise, you and your guests will want to head outdoors to enjoy the warm sun, good food, and great company. Outdoor parties, barbecues, and cookouts are summertime highlights. Let us help you plan the day. Use our tips, menu ideas, and go-to grilling recipes, to make your outdoor party one of the summer's highlights.

As the temperatures rise, you and your guests will want to head outdoors to enjoy the warm sun, good food, and great company. Outdoor parties, barbecues, and cookouts are summertime highlights. Let us help you plan the day. Use our tips, menu ideas, and go-to grilling recipes, to make your outdoor party one of the summer's highlights.

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All About Barbecue and Grill

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Intensely flavorful and endlessly adaptble, grilled vegetables can be you best friend this summer. Enjoy them hot, cold, or at room temperature, alongside meats, in a sandwich or frittata, or tossed with pasta. But not all vegetables are created equal -- some require precooking before they hit the grill. Check out this handy list before your next cookout and you'll be rewarded with tender, smoky result every time.

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When you grill, you hardly need a recipe. Knowing the right technique is what's important. The key to success, whether with a gas or a charcoal grill, often involves creating two zones: one for high, direct heat and another for low, indirect heat. The direct-heat area is where you begin, searing the meat with the lid open. Thicker cuts are then moved to the indirect-heat zone to finish cooking, with the lid closed; the meat won't burn, and it will stay moist.