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Vivek Singh's barbecued prawn recipe takes inspiration from the tandoor, an Indian clay oven, which imparts charcoal-like flavours.

If you're looking for a great steak dinner without breaking the bank, try marinating an inexpensive cut of meat. This marinade imparts a vibrant flavor with a distinctly Latin influence. Serve grilled onions and peppers alongside the steak. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

Cooking over wood or coals imparts the same enticing smokiness to veg and cheese as it does to meat. Here a marinade of harissa and lime turns grilled halloumi up a notch, while homemade lovage oil conjures a verdant summer from charred courgettes and mozzarella

If you're looking for a great steak dinner without breaking the bank, try marinating an inexpensive cut of meat. This marinade imparts a vibrant flavor with a distinctly Latin influence. Serve grilled onions and peppers alongside the steak. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

Balsamic-Marinated Flank Steak - This simple steak marinade imparts rich, bold vinegary flavor that seeps through the meat. Perfect for grilling!

Rise Up Stout ABV 6.7% • IBU 40 image A Caribbean-style stout, synonymous with strong full-bodied stouts, infused with coffee. Ours is rich and dark with a toasted brown head, well balanced, roasty and full flavored. This stout is conditioned on beans that are locally roasted at Rise Up Coffee in Easton, MD, which imparts a generous but balanced coffee nose and flavor. Pairs well with brunch, breakfast for dinner, black forest cake, espresso crusted grilled meats and chocolate

Lemongrass and Sriracha Grilled Shrimp: The highlight of the recipe is lemongrass—which imparts the distinct aroma and unique flavor to the grilled shrimp skewers. The fish sauce and garlic marinade further enhance the briny sweet taste of the fresh shrimp, and the spicy Sriracha lends that extra kick that everyone has grown to love.

Arguably the best part of cooking in the summer is that you can toss just about anything on the grill and call it dinner. Grilled meat, fish, and veggies don't need much to make them taste great, thanks to the smoky flavor the grill imparts. But a ridiculously quick and easy sauce that works with just about anything — from eggplant to chicken thighs — wouldn't hurt to have in your back pocket. Luckily, you came to the right place.

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