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Grilling Recipes

Alrighty, since there's a call for more ladies to post, I thought I'd give it a try. I love grilling, and do it all year long so these are my favorites. Warning that I don't use recipes either, and everything is measured by what looks right/good, and is by no means an exact science.

Meat Marinade
Pretty simple marinade - combine red wine and olive oil in a container, add a little fresh ground pepper and salt, and fresh rosemary or sage. Add meat and refrigerate until ready to put on the grill. This works really well for big meaty Portabella mushroom caps if you have to figure out something to grill for a veg. (or just like mushrooms)

If I'm grilling filet, I'll also saute a little garlic and sliced mushrooms in some oil in a pan on the stove, with a bit of balsamic vinegar or wine.

Veggies
Take a 18" long sheet of foil and lay it out on the counter. Chop up onions, zucchini, mushrooms, broccoli, different color bell peppers, yellow squash, asperagus, tomatoes, whatever veggies you like. Lightly coat with oil and balsamic, add a little salt and pepper, garlic if if you wish, fresh chopped basil, rosemary, parsley or cilantro. Cover with another sheet of foil and seal it up around the edges and toss it on the grill for 15 minutes, turning once.

Potatoes
Again with a sheet of foil, arrange slices of raw potatoes (I leave the skin on but you can peel too) no more than a layer or two overlapping. Throw in garlic, maybe onions if you want, dill or cilantro, and butter. Sometimes I'll use red pepper flakes to give it a little kick. Cover and seal and toss it on the grill till the slices are either cooked through and soft, or crispy.

Please add more of your own favorite grilling recipes! Keep it on the "grilling" side more than "BBQ" as I would think BBQ is deserving of its own thread.

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That's no fun, most of the reason for using red wine is so that you can drink the rest of the bottle while you're cooking.

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Potatoes
Again with a sheet of foil, arrange slices of raw potatoes (I leave the skin on but you can peel too) no more than a layer or two overlapping. Throw in garlic, maybe onions if you want, dill or cilantro, and butter. Sometimes I'll use red pepper flakes to give it a little kick. Cover and seal and toss it on the grill till the slices are either cooked through and soft, or crispy.

Please add more of your own favorite grilling recipes! Keep it on the "grilling" side more than "BBQ" as I would think BBQ is deserving of its own thread.
The potatoes one is excellent. We just use butter and sweet onion slices, but mmm tasty.

Another thing I've seen done for corn on the cob, is fill a 5 gal pail with water, add salt, and corn in husk. Let them soak for about an hour. Then throw the corn in husk on the grill, till done.

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