1 pound 85/15 ground beef
1/4 cup buffalo wing sauce like Frank’s Red Hot
3 onion rolls/buns
Heat grill to around 400 degrees F. Pat hamburger into 1/3-pound burgers. Place burgers on grill. Baste with hot sauce. Grill burgers on medium-high heat for 3 minutes. Flip and baste again. Grill for another three minutes. Flip and baste. Check for doneness. Remove from grill when desired doneness is reached. Allow to rest under a tinfoil tent while you toast the rolls.
Butter onion rolls liberally. Grill for 2 minutes until lightly toasted. Remove from heat. Place burger on the bun.
If you had to pick one final burger to have before tucking in your grill for the colder months, this would have to be it. It’s everything a great burger should be — meaty and juicy, saucy and savory…a meat lover’s dream.
Grilled Beer Brat
Grilling and beer: Each is amazing on its own, but when you give your brats a nice soak in beer before their turn on the grill, you wind up with a finished product that’s incredibly juicy, flavorful and, well, perfect.
Corky's Memphis-Style Barbecued-Back Ribs
You don’t need to be a professional pit master to rock out some crazy-tasty barbeque. By combining a dry rub and wet moppin’ sauce, and then grilling over wood chips, you’ll pack serious Southern flavor into these ribs. Close your eyes as you take the first bite and you’ll swear you’re celebrating Labor Day in Memphis.
Portabella Rosemary Caprese Skewers
Not every grilled dish needs to be heavy and meaty. For lighter, vegetarian-friendly fare, grill up some portabella mushrooms and layer with fresh mozzarella, tomato, and balsamic for a fresh new take on the traditional Caprese salad.
The perfect flavor combination of sweet and smoky make grilled corn a summertime classic. It makes a wonderful add-in for salads but is just as tasty on its own, particularly when dressed up in a coat of flavored butter.
Sure, pineapples are great on their own, but it’s amazing how the simple act of grilling one can take it to a whole other level of deliciousness. After chowing down on burgers, toss some pineapple wedges on the grill for a quick and healthy dessert sure to please the whole family.