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From the Carolinas to the deep south, each region of the U.S. has its own style of barbecue. We've taken these unique flavors and adapted them to fast, fresh and easy recipes perfect for a summer get-together! Let's get grilling!

Skirt Steak with Salsa: Santa Maria Valley, California

Usually made with a dry-rubbed tri-tip roast and served with salsa, our take on Golden State barbecue uses quick-cooking skirt steak to get dinner on the table pronto.

Slow Cooker Brisket: Austin, Texas

Brisket is the star of the show in the Lone Star State. We make it super easy by starting it in the slow cooker and finishing it on the grill for the perfect crusty "bark" with plenty of smoky flavor.

Slow Cooker Baby Back Ribs: Kansas City, Missouri

For slow-smoked flavor without the hours of work, we start our ribs in the slow cooker and finish them on the grill for delicious char-grilled flavor in a fraction of the time.

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches: St. Louis, Missouri

Achieve the signature sweet-and-smoky St. Louis flavor with a secret weapon: your slow cooker! You can make the pork up to a day in advance, leaving you plenty of time to set out ice-cold drinks and snacks while your guests arrive!

Grilled Sausages and Fixings: Chicago, Illinois

You don't need to travel to Chicago to savor one of their most favorite dishes. We've decked out these brats with all the classic fixings--so put away your ketchup bottle!


Dry Rub Pork Tenderloin: Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis-style pork ribs can take hours to cook. We've subbed in pork tenderloin for a fast, delicious version of a Tennessee classic.

Chicken Sandwiches with White Barbecue Sauce: Decatur, Alabama

An Alabama specialty, creamy, tangy white barbecue sauce makes these chicken sandwiches uniquely delicious--and ready in 30 minutes!

Mustard Vinegar Chicken: South Carolina

Irresistible sticky vinegar sauce coats every inch of quick-cooking, flavor-packed chicken thighs in this super fast, simple recipe!

Vinegar-Marinated Lamb Chops: Owensboro, Kentucky

People come from all over the state to enjoy Owensboro's signature vinegar-marinated lamb. We've swapped in tender chops to give you all of the flavor in a cut that cooks in less than 30 minutes!

Seared Tuna with Pineapple Relish: Oahu, Hawaii

Kalua pig, a Hawaiian staple, roasts for hours in a pit. We've chosen fresh seared tuna with zesty pineapple relish for an equally-delicious taste of the islands.


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