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Taking a stuffed chicken breast recipe and adding the smoky flavor of the grill sounds like a good idea—if you can get past the leathery exterior and oozing, flammable filling.
A new wave of “produce keepers” is cramming supermarket shelves, promising to extend the life of fresh produce. But can any deliver on this promise?
A standard kettle grill can’t hold more than two racks of ribs laid flat. Enter rib racks, which hold at least four slabs upright on the grill grate.
Not even our favorite no-frills charcoal grill, the Weber One-Touch Gold, is compact enough to travel farther than the backyard. Fortunately, there’s another option for picnics and beach barbecues.
Since the whole point of eating quiche is to indulge in the rich, creamy custard, we decided to make it more than just the backdrop to an overload of fillings.
Though plenty of rib and brisket enthusiasts convert their grills into makeshift smokers, proper lower-temperature smoking is best achieved with a designated appliance. Right?
Grill lighters have long necks to keep your fingers at a safe distance from the flames. We fired up five models to see which ones got the job done.
Cherry season is a mere blip on the summer-produce radar, so a good brand of frozen cherries can come in handy.