A simple vinaigrette stands in here for a basting sauce and makes these veggies perfect for your next tailgating party. These mixed vegetables are a great addition to any main course and there's something for everyone. Use whichever veggies you like best.
This dish is on the menu at Lagasse's Stadium in Las Vegas. These lamb chops are paired with a spicy whole-grain mustard and a quick pickled vegetable chow chow. If you're tailgating, make the chow chow a day in advance and just bring it along in nonreactive containers.
The marinade alone is reason enough to make this sandwich from E2GO in Charlotte, NC. The flavor is potent, balanced, and delicious. It'll work with shrimp or pork too and will last covered in your fridge for a month.
This sandwich hails from E2 Emeril's Eatery in Charlotte, North Carolina. The fish is grilled rather than fried to keep it light and simple and roasted corn aioli is added to give the sandwich a little something extra. It's great with a side of potato salad.
Grilling pizza is wonderfully easy and so versatile. You will put your rolled out dough on the grill for 5 minutes getting wonderful grill marks. Once you flip your pizza, you will top the cooked side. Cook another few minutes and done!
Spelled halloumi or haloumi, this is a firm, salty cheese made from sheep's milk. It melts very slowy so it holds up well to being grilled or pan fried. If you like, brush slices of crusty bread with olive oil and grill them too. Great alongside or you can top each slice with the cheese and tomato relish.
What a great way to use the sweet cherry tomatoes of summer! Explore your local farmer's markets to get small tomatoes of all shapes and colors...and don't forget the simple basil-garlic oil for a huge hit.
Prep Time: 5 minutes, plus time for soaking skewers
This is a big, bad burger for you burger lovers out there: 8 ounces of home-ground short rib-brisket blend. Topped with Hot Sauce-Marinated Crispy Onions, chili, and cheddar cheese, what else would you expect to find at Burgers and More by Emeril?