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End the barbecue season with a bang. This Labor Day weekend, put aside the frozen patties and franks in favor of these creative grilling ideas. Throw some shrimp on the barby but don't stop there — think outside the icebox and char some radicchio for a salad, try an unusual cut like veal heart, or make like Gwyneth Paltrow and grill up a healthy lunch.

Mammoth basil leaves grow as large as your hand and are well suited for wrapping fish fillets or other quick-cooking foods for the grill...

—Ellen Ecker Ogden

An easy, kid-friendly dish... aka "Wool Steak"...

—Caroline Fitzgibbons

Naturally bitter, grilling radicchio transforms it into something smoky, tender, and slightly sweet...

—Christine Hanna

Heart is probably the most accessible of organ meats. It may be daunting in appearance, but it's meaty and firm and cooked, and tastes very good...

—Colman Andrews

Portobello mushrooms have been called the steak of the vegetarian world because of their hearty flavor and texture...

—Everything Vegan

This award-winning recipe from Executive Chef Brian Katz was named the “Best Shrimp Po'Boy” during the 2010 Po-Boy Festival...

—Brian Katz

Even if it's chilly out there's no reason why you can't fire up the grill, grab a sweater, and throw dinner on...

—Arthur Bovino

I made these one summer when I had tuna steaks in the fridge for dinner but had an unexpected group of hungry lunch guests. The tuna stretches really far in the hot dog buns and the vinaigrette really makes it pop...

—Gwyneth Paltrow

An unusual combination of avocado, red onion, and cactus pear cools the spicy twang of chile-infused prawns. A great Saturday night kind of dinner...

—Elaine and Scott Harris

I love to use this recipe in my cooking classes, as it's easy and delicious. The key to making a moist tenderloin is to quickly sear it first, and not let it overcook...

—Christine Hanna

Stop by one of your favorite pizza places to pick up a round of uncooked dough. They'll usually sell it to you for anywhere from three to five dollars. Then the breakfast toppings are up to you...

—Arthur Bovino

These quick and easy lamb chops are served with an eggplant caponata and topped with a bright and refreshing mint vinaigrette...

—Fresco by Scotto

This recipe is simple and straightforward — no frills, easy prep, and made from fresh, healthy ingredients. The jicama slaw adds a bright crunch to the Cajun-spiced tilapia and can be prepped ahead of time...

—Joylicious


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.


The Best Kebab Recipes: Our Favorite Grilled Foods on a Stick

There isn't just one way to create a kebab. Kebabs can contain multiple cuts of beef and pork, simply chicken, or just shrimp or cubed salmon. Some of the best kebabs are free of meat entirely: Our roasted okra and thyme skewers attest to that. Whichever kebab you choose, the skewers are cooked under a broiler or charred to perfection on a hot grill. There are a few tips and tricks you should know before you fire up the grill.

While we prefer to use metal skewers, as these can be washed and reused and are more durable than wooden options. There are other skewer options beyond metal, wood, and bamboo: Our swordfish, potato, and onion skewers are roasted on a stick of rosemary, which adds extra flavor and a wonderful aroma. In addition to selecting complementary proteins and vegetables, swapping out a traditional skewer for an herb stem could bring a new level of delicious complexity to a kebab.

Some of our kebab recipes include elements that are broken up on separate skewers, like this Saffron Chicken Kebabs recipe where chicken is cooked on some skewers and onion and tomato wedges are cooked on others. This is because vegetables cook much faster than it takes to thoroughly cook a piece of meat or poultry. Some of the quickest cooking kebabs are meat-free: Fish cooks fast like in these delicious Spicy Grilled Shrimp (yes, shrimp always cooks quickly!) or these swordfish skewers.

There are plenty of options in this gallery. Use these beloved recipes to guide you towards perfection on a stick.



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