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These smoky beef and mushroom kebabs are absolutely smothered in a savory, satisfying spice blend of sweet and smoked paprika, cayenne and garlic.
A good marinade can really make the flavors in meat pop, but there is a right way to do this. Buzz60’s Johana Restrepo has more.
Amp up this salad favorite by grilling the romaine - a underused, yet appetizing, technique.
Swap old standbys, such as burgers and hot dogs, for healthier options at your next cookout.
Having expensive food and drinks ruined on a hot day can leave you all hot and bothered on the sand. Buzz60’s Sean Dowling has more.
When you think of summer get-togethers, you might think of brews and cookouts. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
This sub will change your mind if you’re debating whether or not to break out the grill when you make meatballs.
This main-dish salad has many beautiful layers of ingredients that adds satisfying taste and texture.
Grill pineapple to caramelize the sugars and bring out the sweetness, pair with ice cream for a cool summer dessert.
A long soak in a spicy jalapeno-garlic marinade gives the chops exactly the right amount of kick, with a minty finish.
Enhance your burger experience with these delicious, blue cheese-stuffed burgers.
Amp up your Taco Tuesday feast with these saucy tacos topped with honey-lime shrimp kabobs.
As hurricane season draws near, it’s time to check and double check your food and water supplies. Keep the following in mind: Hurricane food prep by the numbers: – 1 gallon water per person per day (don’t forget pets!). Don’t forget - Your tap water is still safe to drink, it’s only dicey after a power outage. Fill clean pitchers and water bottles now. Also, you can fill freezer bags with ...