Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs - OMG Amazing and the best I've ever made. I used my own rub, baking thick sections of three ribs each at 325 degrees for 2.5 hrs. and then broiling as instructed. My old recipe is now in the garbage!

Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs - recipe from Jenny Jones - Foolproof easy baby back ribs bake in the oven first, then finish on the grill or under a broiler : JennyCanCook

I love grilled scallops. The delicate, mild meat goes well with a hint of smoky flavor, plus it makes for a quick meal. Paired with a Moroccan tomato and red pepper chutney, these grilled scallops are delicious served with a basmati rice pilaf and roasted vegetables.

Grilled Scallops with Tomato & Red Pepper Chutney

Great recipe for Grilled Scallops with Tomato & Red Pepper Chutney. These would be an awesome date night at home dinner!

Raid your spice cabinet to make Bobby's flavorful Spice-Rubbed Grilled Chicken.

Sixteen-Spice-Rubbed Chicken Breast with Black Pepper Vinegar Sauce and Green Onion Slaw

Sixteen-Spice-Rubbed Chicken Breast with Black Pepper Vinegar Sauce and Green Onion Slaw Recipe : Bobby Flay : Recipes : Food Network

Bobby grills with flank steak for these party-ready bites because it cooks quickly and is affordable.

Flank Steak With Balsamic Barbecue Sauce

Joe Carroll's Grilled Fingerling Potatoes: This simple side dish can be served alongside any meat or other main course you’re throwing on the grill.

Joe Carroll's Grilled Fingerling Potatoes: This simple side dish can be served alongside any meat or other main course you’re throwing on the grill.

The centerpiece of Korean barbecue is the meat, but it doesn't have to be steak; Seattle chef Rachel Yang recommends grilling pork shoulder. Keep an eye on the edge of the meat where it touches the grill: When it’s browned, turn the pork over.

Gochujang Pork Shoulder Steaks

The centerpiece of Korean barbecue is the meat, but it doesn't have to be steak; Seattle chef Rachel Yang recommends grilling this gochujang pork shoulder.

Sticky Barbecued Beef Ribs | These beef ribs—leftovers from the giant rib roast—are incredibly luscious. Chef Tim Love douses them in his sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sauce, then cooks them on the grill until they’re crusty, sizzling and outrageously good.

Barbecued Ribs

These beef ribs—leftovers from the giant rib roast—are incredibly luscious. Chef Tim Love douses them in his sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sau.

Grilled Eggplant Risotto | For this supersimple risotto, chef Jonathan Justus grills eggplant until smoky and charred, then blends the creamy flesh into the cooked rice. Just before serving, he sprinkles on sumac, a tart Middle Eastern spice made from the dried berry.

Risotto

For this supersimple risotto, chef Jonathan Justus grills eggplant until smoky and charred, then blends the creamy flesh into the cooked rice.

Artichokes are fibrous and difficult to cook down into a chewy texture. But with this recipe, most of the preparation is done in advance, leaving just a brief sear over high heat to finish—perfect for while you're waiting for the fire to die down.

Grilled Artichokes with Espelette Mayo

Artichokes are fibrous and difficult to cook down into a chewy texture. But with this recipe, most of the preparation is done in advance, leaving just a brief sear over high heat to finish—perfect for while you're waiting for the fire to die down.

Grilled Sea Bass

This hot-and-sweet, Asian-inspired dish pairs an easy ginger-spiked marinade for grilled striped bass with an intense, savory caramel sauce.

Grilled Lobster with Coconut-Rum Glaze & Dried Shrimp Salsa

Chef and world traveler Andrew Zimmern shares some of his most unique grill recipes for summer.

Grilled Fingerling Potatoes

This simple side dish can be served alongside any meat or other main course you’re throwing on the grill. A hot grill crisps up the exterior of the fingerlings so they are like fat steak fries, making them the perfect starch accompaniment.

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