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Easy, Awesome Grilling Ideas for Summer

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Looking for the best, tastiest, and easiest grilling ideas for the summer to impress your family and friends? All you have to do is take a look at this list and fire up the barbecue. 

A variety of simple recipes use colorful ingredients to make your grilling experience a breeze, whether you’re craving grilled vegetables, fish, kebabs, fruit, or burgers. It doesn’t matter what your cooking experience is - with these creative recipes, you can convince anyone you’ve been a grilling champion for years.

With this list of recipes and tips, finding the perfect ideas for your summer grilling is easier than ever. Grilling isn't just for meat eaters. Vegetarians and vegans can be supreme grill masters, too.

Find the simple summer grilling solutions you’re craving right here.

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    Grilled Cheese On The Grill

    Grilling Companion's recipe for grilled cheese on the grill is so simple and so amazing. Four types of cheese? Yup! Brie, Gouda, Wisconsin sharp cheddar, Asiago cheese, and Emmenthal make this sandwich way better than anything you could have made inside. 

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    Grilled Fajita Skirt Steak

    Serve this recipe from Joyful Healthy Eats along with chips and salsa. It's sweet, spicy, and full of that delicious summertime charred flavor. Let the steak sit in the marinade for 30 minutes before you grill it. 
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    Sesame Chicken Skewers With Sriracha Soy Dipping Sauce

    This recipe from A Family Feast is spicy but a little bit sweet too. Grill the chicken and red bell peppers and then dip them in the Sriracha and brown sugar dipping sauce. 
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    Grilled Lobster With Garlic Parsley Butter

    Flash-grill the lobster, then poach it in its own shell in a pool of melted garlic-parsley butter. Then die of culinary nirvana. Thanks to Saveur for this recipe. 
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