If you don't have a smoker already, you might consider the purchase for this recipe, because this tasty corn is that good. And then all you'll need is un-husked corn, ice and a quart of beer.
This is a basic recipe for grilling potatoes that may be altered to taste. The key is that grilled potatoes, whether lightly seasoned or adorned with your favorite condiments, taste GREAT!
There's nothing fancy about these grilled potatoes, but you'll be surprised at how much flavor they get from just a few green onions!
Sweet and delicious, cabbage wedges are cut, sprinkled with garlic powder, wrapped in foil and cooked on the grill. Try adding some apple slices, and it 's best to use heavy-duty aluminum foil.
For a smoky and sumptuous veggie-filled grilled sandwich, try this easy recipe. All it takes is some veggies, focaccia bread, lemon-mayonnaise dressing, and crumbled feta.
Beautiful summer sweet corn, bright cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and onion are cooked on the grill until the vegetables are tender.
This traditional Thai dish is an eggplant lover’s delight. It’s a room-temperature side meant to be served with a few other dishes, such as a curry, another vegetable, and steamed jasmine rice.
If you love figs, goat cheese and honey, then you'll pop these onto your grill immediately. Just make sure your figs are ripe and that you get dozens.
Grilling vegetables in foil packets with olive oil and herbs is a simple yet delicious way to enjoy the late summer harvest.
The special thing about this recipe is that it's so simple. Fresh asparagus with a little oil, salt, and pepper is cooked quickly over high heat on the grill. Enjoy the natural flavor of your veggies.