Grilling Recipes: A Collection of Fast Grilling Recipes and Low and Slow Grilling Recipes

Summer is here, and your grill is raring to go. The only question is how fast you need to get food on the table. Our new recipes suit any speed, whether you’ve got seriously hungry folks on your hands and just a short amount of time in which to cook, or if you have plenty of time to tuck into a book while slow-cooking something delicious for dinner later—maybe even much later. Pick a lane, and rest assured: Where there’s a grill, there’s a way.

If you’re in a rush to eat, or those you’re feeding are, our fiery and fast recipes are just the meal ticket you need. Not sure what to make? How about our latest turkey burger that’s on the table in 45 minutes? The mild meat is amped up with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil and then we indulge in the Polynesian pairing of

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Fast food is comforting, but in low-income areas it crowds out fresher options

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Many Americans find comfort in familiar fast-food meals, but they undercut local food security. Getty Images

Many Americans take comfort in the routine of jumping into the car and grabbing a burger. They choose restaurants with familiar faces behind the counter. They even yearn for a favorite “greasy spoon” diner while having to cook for themselves at home during COVID-19.

People feel emotionally attached to food and the routines associated with it. These rituals provide a sense of comfort and belonging – even if the meal is from a fast-food restaurant and they stood in line for it.

I study food security in California’s Central Valley, which is, ironically, one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world. Food security means maintaining reliable, consistent access to food. It requires time and resources that are often scarce in food-insecure households.

Many people in the food-rich Central Valley experience

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