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3 Summer Cocktails Straight Off the Grill

Recipe Roundups Heather Meldrom 4 comments

We're looking to grill anything and everything that isn't nailed down in an effort to make up for lost time. Why not start with these cocktails, made with sweet grilled fruit and spicy toasted chilies? More

Ask a Sommelier: Wine Advice for Grilling

Ask a Sommelier Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

This time of year, it's easy to feel like you should always be grilling. Got fava beans? Asparagus? Throw them on the grill. Chicken? Who roasts anymore? But grilling adds a layer of flavor to food, and the best drink accompaniment will be different than if you prepared these ingredients another way. We asked 14 sommeliers for advice on the best wines to pair with grilled food. More

Ask a Cicerone: Which Beers Are Best With Grilled Food?

Ask a Cicerone The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Grilling season is officially upon us, and we're celebrating with beer. But while you're stocking up on sausages, ribs, chicken thighs, and steaks, you might want to pick up some beers that will be particularly well suited for your grilled feast. Our beer experts are on hand to suggest a brew that will make everything taste better together. More

Tips for Pairing Wine With Grilled Seafood

Wine Pairings Sarah Chappell Post a comment

Throwing some fish on the grill and spritzing it with a squeeze of lemon is an easy way to celebrate the waning days of summer. For drinkables, the rules had always been "drink white wine with fish." An inevitable backlash brought red into style, but there is room for both on the porch, soaking up the last illuminated evenings of the year. Here are a few of our favorite wines to serve with grilled seafood. More

Beer Pairings: What to Drink with Grilled Veggies

Beer Pairings Michael Agnew Post a comment

When pairing beers with vegetables, be they in salads, steamed or sautéed, I typically think of lighter flavors. I reach for kölsch, pilsner, hefeweizen, and saison. But grilled vegetables are another thing altogether. Their flavors are intensified. The sugars seem sweeter and the planty tastes pop. Light charring adds intriguing dark flavors. Up against the stronger tastes, those lighter beers get lost in the smoke. More

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