Ribs, burgers, steaks, chicken, even fresh fruit will cost more than last year, thanks to last year's drought.
Overall beef prices are nearly 2 percent higher compared to last year.
Poultry prices are up nearly six percent.
You can save a little money by doing some of the prep work yourself.
It's a lot cheaper to buy a whole chicken and cut it up rather than buy pre-cut chicken.
And there's also good news if you eat pork.
Pork prices are well below those of 2012 because of a decline in exports and increased hog production.