Memorial Day is right around the corner — which means you’re probably planning to throw or attend a cookout.
Cookouts are usually a lot of fun, but bad grilling and too many bowls of the same old pasta salad can quickly turn a great party into a disappointing gathering.
Flavor 574 has a list of grilling tips to help you keep your grill hot and your food delicious.
If you’re grilling meat, allow yourself to spend a few extra dollars to get a better cut. Get a delicious marinade or dry rub to add plenty of flavor to the meat and make sure you preheat the grill for about 20 minutes before you start cooking.
Check out Flavor 574’s full article for seven more grilling tips sure to make your cookout a success.
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Having a diverse table of sides and appetizers can also help ensure that everyone at your Memorial Day party can find something they enjoy.
Flavor 574 has a wide variety of recipes to try this Memorial Day weekend and all summer long. Here are a few examples:
- Go vegan with a kale salad, rhubarb apple pie or grilled vegetable skewers
- Spice up your menu with Sriracha shrimp or beer can chicken
- Wow guests on a budget with corn salsa, lemon pepper chicken kebabs and red, white and blue shortcake
Whether you’re throwing the party yourself or just bringing a dish to someone else’s cookout, check out Flavor 574 for more recipes and tips to try out.