Light Up the Grill for Father's Day
Let's face it: Father's Day is, commonly, an all-out meat bacchanalia. Does it have to be? No. But there's something primally satisfying about the smell of charcoal and lighter fluid, building a roaring hot fire, and filling the air with smoke mingled with the aroma of grilled meat. Of course, that meat has to go with something, so we've included a lovely grilled salad. These recipes will get you inspired for your dad-celebrating grill fest.
Charred Corn Salad with Mint, Parsley and Cilantro
Fresh, ripe corn bursts with the sweet flavor of summer sunshine. Charring it on the grill adds a savory dimension to this spicy, colorful salad, while fresh herbs lend their refreshing aromas and flavors.
Soy Sauce-Marinated Pork Chops
Marinating your chops before grilling allows the bright, balanced flavors of soy sauce, fresh ginger, lime juice, red pepper, a bit of sugar, and a dash of vinegar to evenly penetrate the savory cuts of pork.
Balsamic and Rosemary-Marinated Florentine Steak
This no-frills marinated steak keeps things simple with sweetly acidic balsamic vinegar, olive oil, fresh rosemary, salt and pepper.
Italian Sausage Hoagies
For a casual Father's Day meal that doesn't need a grill per se, these Italian sausage hoagies are an easy go-to. But, of course you can easily grill the sausages and top them with sautéed pepeprs and onions.
Beer And Brown Sugar Ribeye Steak
There's something magical about the combination of dark beer, teriyaki sauce, and brown sugar—it makes a sweet, salty-malty marinade for tender ribeyes that the whole family will love.
Balsamic Glazed Steak Rolls
These skirt steak rolls make for an impressive presentation, and filling them with your favorite veggies offsets the usual meat-mania that is Father's Day. The balsamic glaze will become a favorite go-to for just about everything you can think of.
Hot Fudge Sundae Poke Cake
What's Father's Day without a totally decadent dessert to indulge in? No need to choose between a hot fudge sundae or cake—this recipe combines the two, creating a chocoholic's dream.
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