Steven Raichlen, Miami resident, chef, author and all-around barbecue and grilling genius made his way to Books & Books Coral Gables for a special talk promoting his new book Project Fire. I was able to sit down with the New York Times bestseller and talk to him about his projects, his life as a traveling grill master and everything else barbecue.Read More
Labor Day is here - a sign of the end of summer and one of the last chances to get out grill! Who are we kidding, it’s Miami - you can always grill, but in the event that you’ve got special grilling plans this weekend we’ve got some fun recipes from the Michelin Star chefs behind the Just. brand of healthy spreads made by Hampton Creek.
Top Grilling Tips
Before anything else: Be sure to rub your grill grate with an oiled cloth before grilling to keep the food from sticking. (Trevor Niekowal)
Savory AND sweet: Grill up summer fruits to pair with your vegetable or meat dishes. Try peaches, nectarines, or any other stone fruit. Avocados too! (Ben Roche)
Don’t fidget: Avoid moving your food around on the grill too much. Let it sit on the grate as long as possible so that it cooks through evenly and gets nice grill marks. (Nate Hereford)