Unlike shrimp, clams (and even oysters and mussels!) tolerate high heat well. Grilling clams is a quick and easy way to cook them, taking just under ten minutes.
Like basil, mozzarella, and tomatoes, you've probably had a caprese salad. Your caprese panini may even be grilled!
I'm sure you've had grilled peaches. However, the further you get from Georgia, the less people know that peaches are better grilled and topped with ice cream.
To make delicious thin crust pizza, you don't need a pizza stone or a super hot oven. If you have a grill, just spread some pizza dough on the grate and top it while the crust cooks.
So, be patient. A decent and hearty romaine lettuce heart can be grilled for a few minutes to instantly improve any salad.
Though most of us eat avocados at room temperature or colder, they char beautifully on a grill and are delicious on their own, in guacamole or in a grilled salad.
While that is possible, cooking the bacon over indirect heat will yield some of the best, crispiest bacon you've ever had.
Yes, we know. Grilled cheese has arrived. But we're willing to bet you've never grilled a big wheel of brie. But not today.
Cook rice, shape it into a triangle with tasty filling inside, and grill it. It's a traditional Japanese food called Yaki Onigiri, and it's super easy to make.
You may have grilled peaches before us, but I'm willing to bet you've never grilled a pie. Today, that changes. This recipe from Crazy for Crust is quick, easy, and versatile.
You've probably grilled baguette slices before, so why not do it with French toast? This recipe from Epicurious uses vanilla to complement the brioche's charred flavour.
Be a sceptic. This summer, try grilling octopus. Grilling brings out the octopus' natural flavours without overcooking it.
The meat from a chicken stuffed with a beer can is some of the most tender and juicy you'll ever have.
While the cake must be baked, grilling a slice and topping it with ice cream (or grilled fruits!) takes it to a whole new level.
Sushi grill? What's the point? No, it doesn't. With the right instructions, you can make this delicious, smoky, charred sushi at home.