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Get These Greens
on Your Grill

These aren’t your momma’s veggies.

Many of us have been traumatized by those three words served up nightly by mom, along with a pile of canned spinach or steamed-to-mush broccoli. But vegetables don’t have to be the bland, colorless stuff from your childhood. Think crisp, sweet corn, or tender red beets, served fresh and hot off the flame. Time to grill up. It’s a new day for veggies.

  1. Mexican Street Corn

    Mexican Street Corn

    A delicious trifecta of sweet corn, peppery chili and savory cheese.
    See Recipe

  2. Grilled Endive Salad

    Grilled Endive Salad

    A little grill time makes these greens tender and tasty. See Recipe

  3. Vegetable Pasta

    Vegetable Pasta

    Clint Cantwell used his noodle to transform grilled veggies into pasta.
    See Recipe

  4. Stuffed Eggplant

    Stuffed Eggplant

    They’re seasoned, grilled and stuffed. With deliciousness.
    See Recipe

  5. Grilled Eggplant Parmesan

    Grilled Eggplant Parmesan

    These grilled steaks are so hearty, you’ll forget they’re veggies.
    See Recipe

  6. Beet Pastrami Reuben

    Beet Pastrami Reuben

    Your new favorite pastrami sando isn’t made with pastrami.
    See Recipe

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