The season for grilling and barbecues is fast approaching. Summer is the perfect time for outdoor gatherings with family and friends and experience a wonderful grilling experience. If you are having a barbecue party and want some ideas for great grilling recipes, there are plenty of outdoor grilling recipes you can find online.

Make sure that you got all the things you need before you start looking for some great outdoor grilling recipes to complete your barbecue get-togethers. In this article, you will find two outdoor grilling recipes that will surely make the occasion more memorable.

The first recipe, the Extra Easy Pizza is an appetizer. You will need 1-cup bruschetta, 1 pizza crust, cup grated mozzarella cheese and ½-cup asiago grated cheese. Preheat your barbecue on low, spread pizza crust with bruschetta and generously sprinkle with mozzarella cheese and asiago. Place them directly on lightly oiled grids, cook until the cheese melts and light grill marks appear on the bottom of the crust. Slice into small sizes if served as appetizers or bigger portions for lunch.

The second recipe is for Barbecue Ribs. You will need 1tbsp. bacon drippings, 1 clove minced garlic, 1 medium finely chopped Spanish onion, 14 oz. catsup, 6 tbsp. Worcestershire, 1 tblsp. Cider vinegar, ¼-cup dry white wine, 1 tsp. dried mustard, 2 tblsp. dark brown sugar, 2 tblsp pure ground hot red chile, ¼ tsp cayenee pepper, 1 tblsp pure ground mild red chile, ¾ tsp ground cumin, fresh ground black pepper, ¼ tsp ground coriander seed, 1tsp liquid smoke,  4 to 6 pounds baby back ribs, 8 to 15 cloves garlic and 3 cans flat, light-colored beer.

On medium heat, meld the bacon drippings in 1-quart saucepan; add garlic and onion, sauté until transparent. Add the additional ingredients through liquid smoke, reduce to low heat, simmer uncovered for fifteen minutes while stirring occasionally and set aside until use. Preheat the oven to 275 degrees; place the ribs in shallow roasting pan. Pour 2 cans of flat light-colored beer and ½-cup water on the pan. Smear 8-15 cloves to taste and sprinkle with fresh ground black pepper. Bake the ribs for three hours while covering the pan lightly using aluminum foil. Spoon some of the juices on the ribs occasionally to prevent drying. Serve when cooked.

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