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A one (big) pot dinner party! Corn, shellfish, and potatoes means you cover all the food groups, too. Instructions here.
Fried anything is a crowd pleaser, and fish is quicker than chicken!
Be as crazy (or as conservative) with the toppings as you'd like. Instructions here.
Sure, you could make it in a slow-cooker. But, it's summer. Why not fire up the grill and get some of that delicious flavor? Recipe here.
Instructions here (and, a good, classic burger recipe here).
Yes, you can do it at home! Instructions here.
If you don't want to go whole hog, this is another similar option. Recipe here.
Instead of turning on your oven, cook your bo ssam in a 300°F grill. Recipe here.
A face full of barbecue sauce is the great equalizer. Recipe here.
Recipe and instructions here.
The greatest taco of all takes time, but it's so worth it. Recipe here.
Large-format summer mains are generally pretty meat-centric—because, face it, throwing a big piece of meat on the grill is just so obvious. But, vegetarians and carnivores alike always appreciate a pizza party. Instructions here.
Steam your mussels in a couple of batches (they only take a few minutes), and keep in mind that you'll need about a pound per person. Recipe here.
Even people who "don't like shellfish" will love clam chowder. Recipe here.
Perfect for a more sophisticated dinner party. Recipe here.
A big hunk of meat won't feed every type of crowd. Recipe here.
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