Beef Brisket
Recipe from Big Green Egg.
Cooking a perfect brisket requires time on the grill, but the end result is worth it. The brisket rub, a mixture of spices, adds a mild, yet delicious flavor to the beef as it slow cooks, wrapped in foil and placed on the grill. The addition of soaked wood chips intensifies the brisket’s flavor. Once the brisket is cooked, slice against the grain and serve with reserved juices for dipping.
Bacon Wrapped Chicken Fingers
Recipe from Memphis Wood Fire Grills.
This recipe is a great choice for party planners. The chicken strips can be coated in sauce, wrapped in bacon and held in the fridge until you are ready to bake them on the Memphis. Serve them hot off the grill with your favorite BBQ Sauce on the side.
Grilled Green Pepper Omelet
Recipe from Vision Grills.
Cooking on the grill isn’t simply an afternoon or evening affair, but it’s something that can be enjoyed any time of the day. Waking up to prepare a breakfast meal on the grill can be a brisk start to the morning that yields amazing flavors typically reserved for midday culinary adventure. This recipe for Grilled Green Pepper Omelets gets the early bird out of the kitchen to smell the fresh air and a tasty, healthier alternative to omelets prepared in a pan.
Grilled Chili Cheese Dogs
Recipe from Napoleon Grills.
Chili cheese dogs, like Sloppy Joes, are delicious, but oh-so-messy. Still, chili cheese dogs in combination with COBS Bread’s Gourmet Hot Dog Buns makes it definitely worth the mess.
Grilled Doughnuts with Chocolate Drizzle
Recipe from Saber Grills.

Who doesn’t like a hot, gooey doughnut? Well, make your favorite doughnut better by grilling it, caramelizing the sugars on the doughnut. Then add a little hot chocolate and your favorite toppings for the perfect grilled doughnut.