Summer Showdown Finale: All-Star Labor Day Cookout

by in Recipes, Shows, August 29th, 2013

Summer Showdown Finale: All-Star Labor Day CookoutAll summer long, you’ve voted for your favorite Food Network Star winners or Chopped judges in head-to-head matchups of their best grill-out dishes. Week after week, it was a tight race, and with the start of September just around the corner, it’s finally time to reveal the Summer Showdown winner …

Team Star! Celebrate their victory with a Labor Day party menu full of mouthwatering recipes from Star alumni, like Guy’s party-ready Grilled Tequila-Lime Flank Steak pictured above.

Pineapple Refresher
Kick things off with icy glasses of Melissa’s Pineapple Rum Refresher and serve Guy’s Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp Skewers for a no-fuss, utensil-free appetizer.

Chicago Hot Dogs
Then set out a family-style feast: Guy’s steak, Jeff’s Chicago Dogs, Aarti’s Street Corn Salad,  Melissa’s Grilled Potato Salad and more.

Grilled Potato Salad
For a sweet finish, make a Summer Showdown favorite — Jeff’s Spiked French Vanilla Malted Milkshakes. Just leave out the liqueur for a family-friendly treat.

Spiked Vanilla Malted Milkshake
Browse all of the Star winners’ best summer dishes and check out Food Network’s Grilling Central to craft your own Labor Day spread.

What are you cooking this weekend?

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Comments (3)

  1. molly says:

    uggg we dont like food network because of these easy recipies we can figure out ourselves, spice it up or something at least

  2. B. Berniard says:

    Yall need to visit Louisiana, so we can teach y'all how to COOK!!!

  3. David says:

    That tequila-lime flank steak looks amazing!

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