-- Grilling it Green: Small changes and smarter choices can help the
Earth, even when you're grilling; and maximizing natural flavors equals
sure-fire grilling winners.
-- Grilling Basics: Growing up in a family butcher shop in Holland, Whole
Foods Market's global meat coordinator Theo Weening offers tricks of
the trade and safe grilling tips, including his best tip for perfectly
grilled meat or poultry: an instant-read thermometer.
-- Pairing Kabobs and Marinades: Take the guesswork out of grill
seasonings with Whole Ranch Marinades. Whether it's chicken, beef,
lamb, fish, shrimp or veggies, marinades kick up the flavor of any
-- Grilling with Southern Style: Home to okra, grits, hush puppies and the
sweetest peaches this side of desire, the South doesn't take a back
seat when it comes to food. So lean back and let Southern hospitality
and ingenuity win over your taste buds.
-- East Coast Grilling: From Maine lobster to the blue crab of Chesapeake
Bay, the East Coast is America's seafood destination. Become the
neighborhood celebrity chef when you grill up Whole Foods Market's top
East Coast recipe favorites.
-- Grilling with Southwestern Flavor: In the land of cowboys, cactus and
creative cuisine, beef, chiles and watermelon rule the summer table.
These great flavors are law in the Southwest, so you know you're in for
some darn good eatin'.
-- Grilling with the Heartland: The Midwest in summer is a cornucopia of
fresh tastes: free-range bison, Iowa corn, freshwater fish and fresh
herbs. From the Great Lakes to the Western plains and up to the
northern border, Midwest America is a flavor adventure.
|SOURCE Whole Foods Market|
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