Some grilling ideas


Shelby Kramer

Throw stuff in tin foil

Branch out and try different things because the possibilities are endless. You can use peppers, potatoes, cabbage, asparagus and so much more. All you really would want to use is some oil, spices, your ingredients and make sure you seal your tin foil to keep in the heat. Just wrap everything in a neat little package and throw it on the grill.

Don’t forget the bread

One of the best parts of your burger is the good bread, so treat it as such. Throw some seasoning and butter on that baby and throw it on the grill. You can thank me later. 

Use the same idea for grilling kebabs

My family always used chicken, steak, peppers, mushrooms and onions, but there’s so much more out there. Some different ingredients that I’ve seen online include shrimp and pineapple, zucchini, tomatoes and bacon. Investigate different combinations and try different seasonings and/or marinades.

Grill some corn

You don’t just have to boil corn, you know. Start by trimming off the silk of each ear, but don’t shuck them. You want to keep the green covering the corn as it’s grilled. Put the corn on the grill and turn down the flames, making sure they don’t actually touch the corn. Grill them for about 30 minutes, turning them about every 10 minutes. You can also soak your corn in water for awhile before grilling to make it that much better because they get a smokey taste to them after being soaked and grilled.

Grill the meat, then grill the wrap

This pretty much explains itself, cook the meat on your grill, prepare your wrap then grill the wrap itself. Restaurants do it, why can’t you?

Wrap everything and anything in bacon

Bacon seems to be a go-to grilling food, so use it widely. Some ideas I’ve seen trolling the Internet include bacon-wrapped mushrooms, chicken, pork chops, potatoes, peppers, steak, asparagus, corn and brisket.