Leave Your Kitchen Out of It: Three Easy Grilling Recipes That Keep Your Kitchen Clean
Grilling and eating outside has so many great benefits: Vitamin D, fresh air, a change of scenery and, most importantly, it allows us to take advantage of our recently cleaned home—by keeping it that way. Without those long and lovely days luring our families outside, we’d be messing up The Maids hard work right after they left, and that’s not fun for anyone.

We know it’s the end of August, but we refuse to let summer go without a fight. Here’s to keeping the kitchen countertops clean, the floors swept and the dishes done with these no-hassle outdoor recipes. Here’s to peeking IN the spotless kitchen window to enjoy the view of gleaming stainless steel and shining granite countertops. Customers of The Maids, this blog is for you. Check out these three summer recipes that will keep your kitchen as clean as the day The Maids scoured it.

Grilled Pork Chops with Spicy Balsamic
Grilled Peaches

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This tantalizing recipe from Foodie Crush heats things up in all the best ways, without ever stepping foot in the kitchen. Savory, sweet, spicy, juicy, chewy and delicious, these pork chops taste even better than they look (and don’t they look amazing?) And with no mess in the kitchen to clean up, it kind of makes you want to grill all year long!


Grilled Spareribs with Cherry Cola Glaze

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Get those wet wipes or washcloths handy! This recipe is as messy as it is delicious, and it’s totally worth getting mussed up over. This one does take a little time and prep, but the results are outstanding. We cheated and included a recipe that does involve some kitchen work—but minimal dishes, and the smell coming from your oven will be worth it.

Grilled Caprese Skewers

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Foodie Crush nails it again with the easiest dinner ever. Prep this entire meal outside and give the kids something to do—who doesn’t like spearing food with a stick? For best results, use the cheese recommended in the recipe. We tried it with mozzarella and, while delicious, was a melty, globby mess that will take a moment (or lazily, really high heat) to clean off the grill racks.

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