Memorial Day recipes for the perfect Memorial Day cookout

Memorial Day weekend gatherings with family and friends usually involve big, memorable menus filled with all the best tastes of the summer season.

This year, the unofficial start to summer may look a little different, but whether you’re in the kitchen or at the grill, TODAY Food cooked up a list featuring some of our go-to, festive recipes that require fewer ingredients and don’t take much time to put together. From sides to steaks, there’s something simple enough for every kind of home cook.

Best Memorial Day barbecue main recipes

Natalie Morales' Easy Grilled Chimichurri Soy Steak

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No guest would ever guess this make-ahead steak took only 30 minutes to make. It’s great for entertaining since you can put the meat in the marinade and prep the sauce the day before to make cooking and serving a cinch.

Sunny Anderson's Glazed Grilled Pork Chops


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60 Go-To Seafood Recipes You Can Whip Up in No Time

Craving lobster rolls? And scallops? And steamed clams? Well, look no further. Thanks to these 60 knockout seafood recipes, you don’t need to take a trip to the beach to eat seafood under the stars. Garlic shrimp, anyone?

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Keep the skin on—it adds a ton of flavor.

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They’re are buttery and bright—minus the carbs.

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We’re obsessed with this sustainable, flaky white fish.

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A large fillet = so impressive.

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It’s wonderfully delicious and healthy.

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No pots or pans required.

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Got 30 minutes? Then you can make this for dinner.

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Let’s make taco salad Tuesday a thing.

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Low carb and great for meal prep.

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PureWow Coterie member Gaby Dalkin knows how to do

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Up Your At-Home Cooking Game With These Recipes And Techniques

Cooking food at home that keeps your family happy is challenging enough in the best of times. But it doesn’t have to be that way, thanks to a never-ending supply of cooking videos on YouTube.

The Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) streaming video property has you covered from indulgent brunch ideas to kick-off a weekend to special quarantine date nights with the spouse to very unhealthy special treats that will make your kids very happy. Think pizza and Mac & Cheese.

Here is a list of some of my favorite YouTube cooking channels.

Travel Far Away With Shakshuka

Kicking off my list of videos to improve your home-cooking and bring new ideas to the table is one of my favorite international dishes, Shakshuka.

Native to Northern Africa and the Middle East, Shakshuka is made with all those tomatoes you bought and never used. The dish is simple enough to make

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