What should I serve at my BBQ?
- Potato Salad.
- Pasta Salad.
- Corn on the Cob.
- Watermelon, Berries, and Other Summer Fruits.
- Cut Vegetables for Dipping.
- Tortilla or Potato Chips.
- Dinner Rolls, Tortillas, or Pitas.
Besides, what do you serve at a backyard BBQ?
Backyard BBQ Party Guide
- 01 of 19. Planning Your Cookout. Anchiy / Getty Images.
- 02 of 19. Steaks. The Spruce / Molly Watson.
- 03 of 19. Burgers. Maria Kallin / Getty Images.
- 04 of 19. Pork. The Spruce / Molly Watson.
- Hot Dogs and Sausages. The Spruce / Molly Watson.
- 06 of 19. Chicken.
- 07 of 19. Kebabs.
- 08 of 19. Fish.
Beside above, how much food do you need for a BBQ? Rules to Plan By Each adult will consume 1 pound of food total; children, about 1/2 pound. The more options you have, the less you need of each; decrease the main course portion sizes by 1 to 2 ounces if served on a buffet. Guests will always eat — and drink — more at night than during the day.
In respect to this, how do you host a good BBQ?
8 Tips for Hosting the Best Summer BBQ
- Keep it Simple. The key to a great barbecue is to keep it casual.
- Take a Seat. You don't need to coordinate a formal sit down affair, but do be sure to provide plenty of seating for your guests.
- Get Groovin'
- Avoid a Condiment Catastrophe.
- Stock the Bar.
- Entertain the Masses.
- Bugger Off.
- Two Words: Sundae Bar.
What is the best food for a cookout?
No matter what kind of outdoor meal you're planning, look no further than these seasonal recipes to round out the meal.
- Greek Grilled Eggplant Steaks.
- Grilled Nectarine Salad.
- Mango Chile Chicken.
- Mediterranean Orzo Salad.
- Chuck Burgers.
- BBQ Potato Salad.
- Roasted Corn with Four-Chile Butter.
- Pacific TV.