Great veggies and fruit from the grill
Try tasty Grilled Artichokes, Chili Lime Corn on the Cob, Grill-baked Apple Crisp, and more
The perfect method for grilling succulent artichokes without a lot of fuss ― just steam, slice in half, and toss on the barbecue. They’re even better when paired with our green olive dip.
Recipe: Grilled Artichokes
Grilled lettuce? Oh yes. Trust us. Crisp lettuces become a savory treat with a quick trip to the grill, a drizzle of zippy dressing, and a sprinkle of manchego cheese.
Recipe: Grilled Lettuces with Manchego
Here is the perfect, basic method for grilling summer’s bounty―these gorgeous veggies will come out right every single time.Try it with green onions and bell peppers too.
While some wines are a hard match for vegetables, Syrah works well with earthy and herbal veggies like eggplant, zucchini, and bell peppers ― especially when they're grilled.
Warm, grilled fruit desserts make use of an already hot barbecue. These pineapple skewers are a decadent treat sprinkled with coconut and served with a sticky, gooey dipping sauce.
Jennifer Jasinski, chef and co-owner of Rioja in Denver, makes her salad with fresh Colorado peaches and a Spanish blue cheese, but it’s also good made with many Western blue cheeses.
From Colorado chef Mark Fischer, here’s a combo that’s especially good with Latin- or Southwestern-flavored grilled meat. Offer any leftover butter to spread on warm bread.