Whether you are short on oven space, just want to spread out your cooking, or want the bragging rights of telling your family you cooked your side dish on the grill (everyone will be in awe), I want to share one of my favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. And yes, the entire thing can be cooked on the grill!
Thanksgiving is coming! And if you’re already stressing about what wines to buy, you’re not alone. But don’t fret! With this Thanksgiving Wine Guide we’ve made it easy for you when selecting wines to go with this celebratory meal. All you need is your Wine4.Me app and the following advice.
Grilled chicken is a summertime staple for many here in the U.S., and you’re bound to see it at most backyard cookouts in various forms throughout the warm months. The great thing about chicken that I’m constantly telling people is that it’s a blank canvass, taking on whatever flavors you’re craving.
This recipe for smoked shredded chicken tacos is completely flexible, delicious, and incredibly budget friendly. Pair it with one of these wine suggestions.
Lamb can be fairly expensive, so it’s a nice option for a special event or holiday dinner like Easter. It has a naturally gamey flavor that works so well when balanced out with some savory herbs.
By contributing writer Mary Cressler Pork tenderloin is one of my go-to meals at home. It’s delicious, affordable, and can be cooked however I feel like (grilled, smoked, pan seared,...