How to Grill Basically Everything

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In the months bookended by weekends of civil significance, it's important to eat and drink all the important summer stuff we can before we're whisked away into a world of Pumpkin Spice Lattes and zero grillables. To get the most out of your summer, consult this robust grilling guide featuring five serious experts in the barbecue arena. All the major proteins and vegetables are represented. That's some good business. 

grilled steak

North Carolina native Elizabeth Karmel is a veritable boss of the barbecue. Here she tells us the best way to grill every single major beef cut. READ MORE.

grilled shramp

Chef Seamus Mullen of Tertulia in NYC explains his favorite ways to grill 10 different types of seafood… and what to drink with them. READ MORE.

grilled chicken

Chopped judge Geoffrey Zakarian is a 30-year industry vet with six restaurants around the country. His most recent gig is judging the third season of Chopped Grill Masters. We tapped him to tell us how to masterfully grill all aspects of a chicken, including the whole bird. READ MORE

grilled vegetables

You may know Alex Guarnaschelli as the executive chef at New York City's Butter restaurant. But you also might know her as one of the original Chopped judges, or as the only woman who currently holds an Iron Chef distinction. No matter -- clearly she's qualified to tell us what to do with a glorious farmers market haul. READ MORE.

Pork chop on the grill
Dry Rubbed Pork Chop | Flickr/Mike

Meathead Goldwyn is the editor of the barbecue fever-dream website, the author of The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling, and a bona fide barbecue judge for multiple food contests around the world. That's why he's our go-to guy on how to grill pork. READ MORE

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Carrie Dennis is Thrillist's National Food & Drink editor. Follow her on Twitter @CarrrieDennnis.