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With summer in full swing, it is the perfect time of year to throw an outdoor party. Check out the hot hot hot summer BBQ ideas that’ll make your cookout the best party on the block. We’ve packed this summer blockbuster with your fave grilled meats and veggies, picnic sides, sunshine-y desserts and thirst-quenching drinks. Your backyard may have just the right space for entertaining your friends or family members, but what if grilling just isn’t your thing? Superior Catering can take care of your Wisconsin area barbecue. Here are some of our favorite summer offerings:

Big Juicy Burgers – A quarter pounder (with or without the cheese) is just about as American as apple pie. We can grill your burgers to perfection, so your guests enjoy every juicy bite.

All Beef Frankfurters – Your hot dogs shouldn’t have an ingredients list that includes all sorts of meats and some things that aren’t even meat. 100% beef is the way to go for superior hot dog flavor.

Jalapeno-Lime Chicken Drumsticks – Bottled hot sauce isn’t my thing, so I developed a fresh pepper glaze for grilled chicken. These drumsticks practically fly off the plate

Buttery Grilled Shrimp – This is easy and delicious! These shrimp are great with steak, but for a special occasion, brush the sauce on lobster tails and grill.

Grilled Jalapenos – When barbecuing for friends at home, I also use the grill to serve up hot appetizers. These crowd-pleasing stuffed peppers have a bit of bite

Potato Salad – Barbecues are all about meat and potatoes, so it only makes sense that potato salad has become the classic side dish for burgers and fries.

Cookies and Brownies – Have dessert without having to add dessert plates or plasticware. These baked treats are easy to carry and eat with one hand. You don’t even have to put your drink down.

Fresh Fruit – It can’t be all meat and potatoes and sweets, right? Summer is the perfect time to put seasonal fruit on the menu for guests who are counting calories.