reply to spirit1969 about grilling

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Registered: 03-25-2003
reply to spirit1969 about grilling
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Tue, 03-25-2003 - 8:40am
let's see if i can do this right with the new format - it's kinda intimidating!

i bought my grill new too, to avoid any meat residues from used grills. thanks for the ideas everyone, i'm probably going to use my grill a lot this summer too! i ended up making asparagus, zucchini (just sliced it in half and put it on the grill, it was a small one), and a portobello mushroom cap. i ate them with a little olive oil and salt. YUM!

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Tue, 03-25-2003 - 8:54am
I have a countertop grill, like the George Foreman kind, and I use it just about every day. Its so fast making veggie burgers and non-chik nuggets that my son loves. He's always on the run, so I like to have quick veggie meals for him. I've grilled zucchini and mushrooms too.
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Tue, 03-25-2003 - 9:18am
Hiya spirit!!!!!

I love brushing Yves veggie dogs with margarine and then grilling them. Mmmm, good.

Connie

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Wed, 03-26-2003 - 11:29am
I'm sorry, I missed the original post. So never mind if someone already mentioned this but we grill asparagus by brushing it with olive oil and rolling

it in a mixture of salt and pepper (or any other spice I suppose). It's so good, especially when it's get just a little brown in spots. Yum! I can't wait for summer!
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Wed, 03-26-2003 - 11:32am
Ooops, I see that the asparagus was covered. Another thing we have grilled is a whole

eggplant. You just poke a few holes in it and grill it until it slightly collapses.

I come to accept that I don't like eggplant but it was an interesting way to cook it.
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Wed, 03-26-2003 - 11:43am
ooh, that sounds good, i'll try it (nt)