10 Foods You Should (But Probably Don’t) Grill

Yes, you’re probably aware that a variety of meats and vegetables taste great after being cooked on the grill. But we’ve got five less obvious choices you should check out!

Whether you’re grilling for the holidays (July 4th will be here before you know it), a neighborhood BBQ or just for fun with your family in the backyard, you’ve got the entire summer to get creative with your menu choices, especially when it comes to side dishes.

Check out ten of our favorite unexpected foods you can (and should!) grill:


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Care2, what are some of your favorite foods to grill? Drop us ideas and recipes in the comments below!

Want more ideas? Check out 8 more yummy vegetarian grilling recipes.

Source: Kitchen Daily, Oprah.com, Krrb.com, Delish.com


Jonathan Harper
Jonathan Harper2 years ago


Charmaine C.
Charmaine C2 years ago

Thanks for the article. I'll take this under advisement though. If you want to grill as safely as possible and with the least carcinogens then read this article here:


It's one of many such articles on the net. No offense to the author but I do think people should know how to grill properly while still enjoying that delectable BBQ. Safety first.

Claudia V.
Claudia V2 years ago

Good to know

Sarah Hill
Sarah Hill2 years ago


Mary Donnelly
Mary Donnelly2 years ago


Jonathan Harper
Jonathan Harper2 years ago


Jessica K.
Jessica K2 years ago

I'm imagining the grilled lemonade poured over grilled pb and j. It's a unique image. Thanks.

Andy Walker
Past Member 2 years ago


Vicky P.
Vicky P2 years ago

yum, wish we were allowed a grill om the balcony

Nicole Bergeron
Nicole Bergeron2 years ago

Mushrooms, I love grilled Portabella Mushrooms, drizzled slightly with olive oil on both sides and spinkled lightly with a mix of rosemary, thyme and basil freshly picked from my garden. I grill until warm all the way through, but my brother likes it where the rosemary has been burned

Grilled Apples are tasty as well, grilled just enough to give them a smoky flavor and light grill marks.

Fish is also great grilled, just use a wet wood plank the right size (don't use tin foil it gives it an off taste), and make sure the wood is natural and untreated, and is a type of hardwood. Just soak the plank over night it water so it does not start on fire on the grill, make a bed of rosemary and lemon lay the fish on it, a blanket of rosemary and lemon with a small amount of olive oil and grill until flake, if you cover the grill make sure the vents are closed so it smokes it nicely.