A couple veggies on the grill
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    A couple veggies on the grill

    1. Potatoes (mouth watering!)
    - spread out 18 inches or so of tin foil.
    - spray it with Pam or some other product to reduce sticking. (important!)
    - get out a stick of butter, put two or three 1 tblspoon pads on the foil first.
    - wash 5 or 6 potatoes but leave the skins on. I like Yukon Gold for this but any good type will doo.
    - dice all the potatoes into approx 3/8" to 1/2' squares
    - dice up a couple onions
    - mix the potato and onion up in a bowl
    - put that mixture on the center of the foil. At the end we are going to fold it up into about a 9 inch to 12 inch square so keep it in the center.
    - put it in layers placing more pads of butter inbetween the layers and more butter on top
    - after all the veggies are in the foil, fold the sides up to make the square package. Roll the short sides tightly.
    - place that into another 18 inch piece of foil placing the "short" side longways. (helps stop butter leaking). Fold again same as before.
    - repeat so you have three layers of foil
    - put it on the hot barbecue grill, flipping it regularly so it doesn't burn
    - it takes about 30 or 40 minutes to cook and you'll know it's done when you can smell the onion and potato.
    - let cool and transfer into a bowl
    Yum!!

    2. Corn on the cob (on the grill)
    - soak the corn in water for at least a half hour
    - take it out of the water at least 15 or 20 minutes prior to cooking to let most of the water drain
    - put it directly on the grill husk and all
    - while it's cooking, place a tall container with about a half gallon of water on the grill also. Add a stick of butter into the container
    - the butter will melt and stay on the top of the water
    - when the corn is done, pull back the husk and use it for a handle
    - holding the husk, dip the corn ear completely into the container and it will get a nice coating of butter on the way out
    - season to taste
    Enjoy!!
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    PBK
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    Re: A couple veggies on the grill

    Sounds great... even to a confirmed carnivore like me!

    (For a second there, I thought we were having ham again.)

    Throw another ear or three on the barby! I'll be over for dinner as soon as I pull my eggplant post.

    PBK


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    Re: A couple veggies on the grill

    Quote Originally Posted by PBK
    Sounds great... even to a confirmed carnivore like me!

    (For a second there, I thought we were having ham again.)

    Throw another ear or three on the barby! I'll be over for dinner as soon as I pull my eggplant post.

    PBK
    Well, I figured almost everyone will have the main course, the meat down pat, so these sides are easy and good.

    Thanks PBK,
    Chow!

    BDoo
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