Summertime. And the grilling is easy.
While looking through some old posts, I decided to do a small compilation of grilling recipes. Summer brings the inner grill-meister out in everyone, but not everyone knows how to properly flavor their foods before slapping them on the grill.
If you love pork ribs, this is the dry rub for you. These Sweet ‘n’ Sticky Baby Back Ribs are good on the grill or slow cooked in the oven. It’s all in the rub people. . . it’s all in the rub.
If you are a steak lover then Smoky and Spicy Steak Rub is for you. A blend of chile powders, herbs and spices, this rub will make your steaks or burgers a winner in every crowd.
Vegetarian? How about throwing some artichokes on the grill for a great grilled vegetable dish?
Grilling fish is a wonderful and healthy way to add flavor to fish. I added additional layers of flavor by grilling wild salmon fillets on a bed of rosemary on a cedar plank.
When I made these lamb chops I broiled them, as it was not grilling season yet (although it really is always grilling season here in So Cal!) But, these Herb Marinated Lamb Chops would be incredible on the grill. Or try the fresh herb rub on another cut, such as a butterflied leg of lamb.
No matter what you grill, enjoy it!
Oh yum. I’ll take the ribs please:-)
The ribs and artichokes look so so good.
Wow, this all looks great. Nice grilling! I especially like the idea of grilled artichokes. I will have to give that a try. And the ribs look just about perfect.