Friday, May 23, 2014

Your Turn

Favorite grilling food?

52 comments:

Procrastibator said...

Suckling boar.

Renoblondee said...

Steak, also love shish ka bobs (shrimp ones)
Everything is good on the grill actually.

haydnhorse said...

Juicy fillet steak.

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Merlin D. Bear said...

Cow

Violet said...

Cheese and bananas. Separately.

T. E. Cuz said...

cauliflower, potato, onion, eggplant, pineapple, peach, portobella caps.

sandybrook said...

Beef doesn't matter which cut and this includes all beef hot dogs.

Procrastibator said...

Hotdogs come in beef? I prefer anus and grissle

Ray Nicolet said...

Peaches!

Bacon Ranch said...

Blackened swordfish and bacon wrapped scallops.

Tongue N. Cheek said...

Steak. With a rub of cumin, cayenne, paprika and garlic. Bit of kosher salt. Great.... This Cliff bar no longer looks Remotely appetizing.

rolotomassi said...

New York Strip Bone-In..no doubt.

Procrastibator said...

In all seriousness, skinless chicken breast seasoned in garlic, fresh mint and lemon juice on the George Foreman is pretty good with thick cut chips

aemish said...

Everything is better on the grill.. my favorite thing that surprised me the most was lamb chops marinated overnight in plain yogurt. I usually don't enjoy lamb that much but marinating in the yogurt removed any hint of gaminess and they were out of this world awesome.

sandybrook said...

Hebrew National all beef hot dogs. kosher. Expensive. Sabrett all beef hot dogs also expensive crunch when you bite into them.

Dena said...

Steak with all sorts of veggies grilled with some olive oil & garlic.

GatorGirl said...

The kind of sausage with the cheese inside

Dena said...

I am definitely going to try this!

aemish said...

Applegate farms hot dogs are half the calories of Hebrew National, though not all stores have them and Hebrew Nationals are tasty.

Procrastibator said...

You're all making me goddamn hungry.

OneEyeCharlie said...

Bratwursts

Runswithscissors said...

Kabobs! In the following order:
Onion, bacon, meat, green bell pepper, repeat. The sweetness of the onion paired with the bacon and the bacon next to the meat ensures the meat does not dry up.
Yes!

WritergirlinLa said...

A good steak, some grilled veggies and pineapple, and my own recipe for beach potatoes. Yummmmm!!!!

Lyrics Ann Chords said...

+ 1 Hebrew National hot dogs...They are expensive but definitely worth it.

Gayeld said...

+ Infinity.

We raised two calves when I was a kid. I so grew to hate them (Gayle, check to see if the cows need food/water/salt. Gayle go shovel out the cow's pen. Gayle....) But that was the best damn steak I ever ate.

IDoTheRobot said...

Pineapple, sweet potatoes, asparagus and bell peppers.

LowKey said...

Gonna have to try Hebrew National hot dogs now.
I love grilled corn on the cob.

IDoTheRobot said...

And corn! Grilled corn on the cob is delicious.

Simon said...

Tuna steak

Count Jerkula said...

London Broil. Get good meat so you don't have to mask the flavor w/ marinade. Light dusting of Montreal Steak Seasoning. Have the grill really hot to sear each side to lock in the juices, then lower it a little, so you warm the inside.

Mmmmm (SFW)

texas rose said...

Be careful what you put down for this. In college there was a signup for what kind of meat you wanted at a bbq and someone signed up a guy for 'Yak penis' and for the next four years his nickname was 'Yak' or sometimes 'Yak penis' depending on the formality of use. Hell if I saw him today I would probably reflexivley call him Yak - I'd have to think a while to come up with his real name.

#Gitit said...

Porterhouse, T-Bone, bone-in Rib Eye, Shrimp, Corn on the cob, potato.

SusanB said...

Ribeyes marinated with Worchester sauce, soy sauce & Montreal steak seasoning. Serve with grilled corn. That's what's cooking this Monday at this house.

Count Jerkula said...

Not a Rib Eye fan. I go for the Strip/Shell steak.

Dingle Barry said...

Salmon fillets...and what everyone else said, minus the Yak Peen.

auntliddy said...

Chix, burgers, steak, vidalia onions, zucchini. Now im hungry!

Cee Kay said...

Yep, any BBQ food is good food. I might even be inclined to try grilled yak penis. LOL

Shocky said...

Camembert!

fancyscreenname said...

Mmmm...
My uncles used to do this in the ground. Dig a hole and put grill like grates in it. A few hours and PRESTO!

one of the awesome events of my summer trips to south Carolina. It beats picking butter beans. :^(

fancyscreenname said...

@procrastibator

fancyscreenname said...

chicken wings and FRESH hamburgers. the frozen ones taste like cardboard.

PugsterMom said...

Poor little things... the cows, I mean.

PugsterMom said...

Corn on the cob

Erik said...

Burgers.

Steampunk Jazz said...

I do baked potato on the grill. Cut slits in the potato wide enough to stuff in vidalia onion slices
drizzle with a tasty vinaigrette or my favorite, melted garlic and dill butter
Then wrap close in tin foil.
Very creamy potato :-D

Dingle Barry said...

Great weekend for the Dingle family grill to be packed up and be put on a ship. :'(

Sprink said...

@Charlie, yes! Brats (and mets) at Riverside Stadium...ah, perfection.

Though halloumi is current BBQ favourite as I can't really find brats here.*

*um, haven't really tried...

Sprink said...

@texas, I love the yak story.

Something similar (and gross): used to work with a guy in Australia who, coming back from the pub, squatted outside a David Jones dept store and shat. (Something to do with customer dissatisfaction over a tie, I believe.)

Made the mistake of telling us and instantly be a&e forever k own as Tolley (Aussie slang for a turd).

Good times.

Sherry said...

Grilled corn is the best although a lovely piece of salmon to go with it is also a winner.

sugarbread maker said...

Is throwing shrimp on the barbie like throwing
Beiber on selena??

TLP said...

Boca burgers and corn on the cob