You can try a kabob or a grilling basket to grill up some fresh vegetables. Use a variety of vegetables to create a perfect side to your summer cookout.See Popular Grilled Vegetables Recipes
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So you enthusiastically grilled up a massive amount of vegetables at your last cookout, and they weren't quite as popular as the barbecue chicken, steak, and burgers coming off the flames? We've all been there--your intentions were in the right place!--and yet we guarantee it'll happen again sometime over the summer months.
Savor freshly grilled corn on the cob drizzled with melted butter and sprinkled with fresh herbs. Yum.
Grilled sweet onions and a creamy cheese sauce make for a tasty topper for burgers or steaks.
Jalapeno peppers and garlic add a spicy punch to this easy vegetable side dish.
Comfort food on the grill! And cleanup's a snap with foil-packet grilling.
Keep vegetables tender by grilling them in a foil packet. Doing so also makes cleanup simple!
Buttery herbed potatoes steam in a foil packet alongside the steak on the grill for this easy dinner.
Summertime is the perfect time to roast corn on the grill. Adding red peppers to the skewer adds extra color and flavor appeal.
When you think grilling, you probably think steak, burgers, and the only thing that makes chicken breasts interesting. You probably don't think of grilled vegetables. But vegetables can have a surprising range of flavor when cooked al fresco.
Looking for a killer app? Try roasted veggies with a Mediterranean touch of olives and feta.
Bring out the best flavors of fresh vegetables by basting them with herb-infused chicken broth during cooking.
This tasty summer recipe makes good use of the abundance of available fresh vegetables.
Smoky chipotle enhances the hot-off-the-grill summer flavor of sweet corn on the cob.
Tequila and chili powder spice up the tomato relish. Serve this recipe as a side dish or low-calorie meatless main dish.
Autumn is right around the corner, says my calendar. But a quick trip to your local farmers market or vegetable stand might convince you otherwise. A bounty of fresh produce -- everything from blueberries, basil, and lettuce to early apples and summer squash -- is in season right now, just waiting to be enjoyed.
Kids love to eat these colorful sticks. They look like fries and can be dipped in different sauces.