Labor Day is the perfect excuse to pull out the grill one last time before saying goodbye to the sunny days of summer. Whether you’re cooking for a crowd or just lighting up the coals for one, you’re guaranteed to love these recipes.
The classic cookout food, a burger, with a major kick to it. Salsa is combined with beef, which is then wrapped around a jalapeno, and then enjoyed by all of your ravenous guests. Toast the buns on the grill if you really want to wow your guests and your taste buds.
You can’t forget about peaches, the perfect summer fruit. These puffed pastries are full of sweet peaches and a creamy filling. These tarts will fill you with nostalgia and a happy belly as you enjoy the last few bites of summer.
This crowd-pleasing potato salad is a twist on the traditional potato salad, made even better with a fresh avocado. Full of flavor, this dish will disappear quickly at your Labor Day party, you should probably double the recipe!
Not craving a burger? Serve up these scrumptious sriracha shrimp skewers if you’re feeling adventurous. Grilling the shrimp enhances the honey, sriracha and lime juice glaze and fills the shrimp with flavor.
There’s no question that you will be grilling corn, so why not add a delicious feta cheese, butter and mint mixture to it? The flavors meld together so wonderfully, you’ll never go back to just boring 'ole butter again.
These simple and appetizing black bean burgers are a great vegetarian alternative to hamburgers. Tender without falling apart, this recipe is guaranteed to be a hit, especially served with slices of avocado on top.
Whether it’s on its own as an appetizer, or paired up with other veggies as a side dish, you can never go wrong with grilled zucchini. Eat them on their own or pair them with your favorite dipping sauce.
If you want to impress your guests, these sweet and salty fig skewers look fancy and taste even better. Grill them outside to let the brie melt and meld flavors with the fig and let the prosciutto crisp.