There’s nothing better than pulling a pan of warm, gooey chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the… grill. Yes, you can use your grill just like you use your oven, which is pretty handy if you’re going through a kitchen renovation, an unbearable hot spell or just want to impress at your next backyard barbeque.
If you're like most Americans you eat a whole lotta chicken — around 93 pounds per person per year.
We're always grilling during the summer. It keeps the house cool, there's way less cleanup and that savory grilled flavor just can't be beat. But with summer comes summer entertaining, and we're always on the lookout for easy dishes that'll complement our one true passion: committing to entertaining and then getting really overwhelmed beforehand.
When you think of barbecue sauce, do you think of a store-bought bottle of the stuff? Well, we're here to change your tune. Barbecue sauce is not hard to make, and it's practically guaranteed to taste better than what's in the bottle. This mouth-watering maple-bourbon BBQ sauce is certainly no exception. Smoky, sweet and a kick of bourbon... prepare to lick your fingers.
Join TODAY’s Al Roker and award-winning chef Matt Abdoo for a one-of-a-kind cooking experience made in partnership with TODAY. In this class, Al and Matt bring you 10 of their favorite grilling and BBQ recipes that are perfect for busy weeknights or backyard entertaining. Along the way, get pro tips and tricks for standout steaks, seafood and more.
You can't go wrong with a steak on the grill — but you can go right with a little help from grill master Al Roker (yes, that Al Roker). To amp up his steaks, Al stuffs them with garlic and slathers them with an herbed butter. Whip them up yourself this weekend, or check out Al's class for more barbecue-ready recipes.
For the love of grilled peaches, it’s time to banish the stereotype that meat is the only thing that goes on the barbie. Open up your mind to the bounty of the fruit stand and bring a blast of smoky, caramelized sweetness to your summertime desserts.