Advanced Summer Grilling
Ready to move past backyard hamburgers? Let a pro chef show you how to grill up juicy pork steaks, smoked short ribs, and a spectacular eggplant caponata.
Summer is about fresh produce, flavorful meats, and that magic touch of char that only a hot grill can provide. With the help of an experienced instructor, the possibilities are endless! NYC chef Justin Smillie teaches you how to grill like an expert through six exciting, next-level recipes, including mustard-glazed pork, chicken with spicy harissa, savory tuna burgers, and sweet peaches dolloped with crème fraîche.
Skill Level: Advanced techniques on (and off) the grill, but with very clear instruction.
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Hours of close-up instruction
6 Streaming HD Video Lessons
Grilled Pork Steak with Mustard Glaze
Chef Smillie teaches you how to grill up juicy pork steaks, slicked with a tangy mustard glaze and served with grilled melon and pickled garlic scapes.
Grilled Chicken with Harissa
Use bricks to evenly grill a spatchcocked chicken to perfection. Then slather it with spicy harissa that's made from toasted spices and dried chiles.
Tuna Burgers with Sesame Aioli
After grilling these succulent tuna burgers, Chef Smillie tops them with creamy sesame aioli, which has a hint of yuzu kosho, a kicky Japanese condiment.
Grilled Peaches with Crème Fraîche
Chef Smillie shows you how to get the most out of sweet, ripe peaches: when cut in half and placed over a flame, the sugars caramelize beautifully.
Grilled Eggplant Caponata
Learn how to roast vegetables directly on hot coals for the best blister and char. A bracing, umami-packed vinaigrette adds wonderful brightness.
Smoked Short Ribs with Pickled Peppers
Chef Smillie brines these short ribs before smoking them low and slow for maximum tenderness. They're served with zesty, homemade pickled peppers.
How to make & use a garlic butter mop
How to grill a chicken over bricks
How to assemble & cook a tuna burger
How to grill fruit
How to char vegetables directly on coals
How to brine and slow-smoke ribs
Justin Smillie wields smoke and fire like potent ingredients in his stunning grilled dishes, proving that backyard barbecues can yield dishes that rival those at any fancy restaurant when it comes to flavor and flair.
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