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The easiest backyard beer dinner

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A meat-and-potatoes beer dinner that’s backyard-ready—and ready in minutes.

Recipes by Brian Adornetto | Photography by Jon Edwards

If summer cookouts are relaxing for everyone but you (the designated grill guy), then read on: Our easy, beer-doused backyard bites are prepped in advance, so when guests arrive, all that’s left is to toss them on the grill. Twenty minutes later, you’ve got a steak dinner, a beer in your hand and a lawn chair calling your name.

 


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