Grill Games

Ultimate BBQ Chicken

Win any backyard bash with sizzling ‘cue.

Smoke the competition with these saucy takes:

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Travel You Can Taste: A Culinary Armchair Adventure

New Haven Style Clam Pizza

 

If spring break wasn’t in the cards this year, plan a recipe road trip instead.

This culinary journey hits the must-try defining dishes from all 50 states.

First stops:

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Get Excited for Ramps

ramps

 

Fleeting, wild and desperately coveted, ramps are the spring allium equivalent of a teenage summer romance. Plucked by foragers throughout the East Coast and Midwest, ramps are a two-for-one bonanza of pickle-worthy bulbs and sauté-ready leaves.

If you happen to come across a bunch at an area farmers’ market, grab it and try these springy takes:

 

More of the ramp-age:

25 Ways to Use Ramps
In Season: Ramps

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Peep This: New Life for Easter Leftovers

Easter Dessert Peep-Za
Now that the Easter feast has finished, don’t let all the leftover candies and colored eggs go to waste. Transform those same-old-same-old seasonal staples into exciting snacks with these easy recipes:

Dessert Recipes That Use Up Easter Peeps
Deviled Egg Recipes

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Pump Up Your Passover Spread

Noodle Kugel

No matter that (unleavened) bread is banned from the Passover table; you can still create a flavor-packed spread worthy of this festival of freedom. From savory to sweet, these sumptuous dishes will make you forget all about flour:

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Grilled Cheese Greatness

Grilled Cheese

Why is April National Grilled Cheese Month? We’d guess it’s because few things go better with April showers than grilled cheese and a companion dunking bowl of tomato soup. But regardless the reason, we’re stoked that the entire month is dedicated to the nostalgic favorite. Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Month with these old-school takes and new-school twists on the always-golden sandwich:

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The Final Four: Game-Changing Flavors

Carolina-Style Barbecue

As the clock counts down to the Final Four games of March Madness this weekend, it’s time to turn your attention to the spread … the snack spread, that is. With college basketball teams from Washington, Oregon, North Carolina and South Carolina facing off on Saturday, will your party playbook favor the flavors of the Pacific Northwest or the cuisines of the Carolinas? Looking to both regions for inspiration, we’ve rounded up a roster of winning recipes.

 

The Carolinas

Saucy Barbecue

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Why We’re Stalking Rhubarb

Rhubarb Pie

Step aside, strawberries. The start of spring belongs to rhubarb. It may be a semi-tough stalk that needs a lot of time to stew, but rhubarb yields a tart, sweet result that is so much better than the usual seasonal superstars.

If you plan to land a few ’barbs in your kitchen, here’s where to start:

12 Ways to Sweeten Those Stalks of Rhubarb

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Win Tia Mowry’s Cookbook

This is your chance to win Tia Mowry’s new cookbook. But first, you should know why this cookbook exists. Tia has a condition called endometriosis that made it difficult to conceive a child. After advice from doctors and a lot of research, she decided to make changes to a major part of her life: the food she eats. Once she improved her diet, her migraines stopped, her skin cleared up and she was finally able to get pregnant. Now with a busy acting career and a five-year-old son, Tia has to balance an extremely busy schedule while maintaining the diet that literally changed her life.

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Munch Madness: Recipes from the Best College Restaurants

We decided the madness shouldn’t be limited just to the basketball court. We pitted the best dishes from college towns against each other in our “Bracket Battle: Best College Eats” tournament. Check out the best college food in the country from campus restaurants and find out how to make it all at home.

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