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Garlic and Herb Spatchcock Grilled Chicken

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Spatchcocking (or splitting and flattening) this Italian-influenced chicken before grilling helps it cook more quickly and evenly, creating the ultimate combo: Juicy meat and crispy skin. Carve and serve the whole chicken with Hobo Pack Potatoes with Rosemary and Garlic and save the breast for Summer Chef’s Salad with Grilled Pork, Chicken, and Chimichurri Ranch Dressing .

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Yogurt-Marinated Chicken Kebabs with Aleppo Pepper

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Musa Dagdeviren is the go-to guy if you want to know about Turkish barbecue. Spend a couple of hours with him in the open kitchen of one of his iya restaurants (in Istanbul), and you’ll wonder if there’s anything he doesn’t know about Turkish cuisine, let alone grilling. He’ll start with chicken thighs marinated in creamy Turkish yogurt, chile paste, and garlic—to be grilled on skewers over charcoal. Before you know it, he’s grilling meatballs, quinces, shallots, even bread dough loaded with ground beef. Heres one of the “simpler” dishes in Musa’s repertoire—if simple means merely marinated, spice-crusted, and grilled—and the combination of creamy yogurt, pungent garlic, and smoky pepper flakes produces the sort of chicken that has made the Turks the Near East’s undisputed grill masters for centuries.

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Grilled Shrimp and Cauliflower with Yogurt Dressing

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I discovered this dish at a new brewery, Ecliptic Brewing, that opened up in Portland, OR. It was a hot day and we were sitting in the sun, so I wanted something light. The dish is mildly salty, smokey, and the yogurt dressing makes the flavors come alive… I’ve been hooked on it ever since. After having tried it off the menu several times I thought I could replicate it at home. It has now become a weekly favorite summer evening meal.

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Grilled Salmon with Blackberry-Cabernet Coulis

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Classmates in culinary school, Krista Painter and Amy French are also friends who cook together for fun. At Pike Place Market, when the bounty of summer is at its peak, they snap up the freshest blackberries and salmon to make this festive dish. The berry sauce should be nicely balanced between sweet and tart; judge the amount of sugar to add by the sweetness of the fruit.