Barbecue - charcoal grills, gas grills, electric grills and grilling accessories
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that can be found below. Depending on where you are, you might refer to it as barbecue, bar-b-que, barbie, bbq, grilling or possibly
something else. Where I live, we call it barbecuing. You'll be able to shop for charcoal grills, gas grills, electric grills, wood pellet grills, smokers, tailgate
grills, outdoor stoves and other barbecue and grilling accessories. I guess you'd consider us charcoal grill purists. We've always had a Weber charcoal
grill. Just our own opinion but we prefer them because we think charcoal produces the best taste. Everybody has their own opinions, though.
We love to barbecue. Our favorite is probably the same as a lot of people, barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs. We also barbecue chicken, meatloaf, pork, ribs, roasts, vegetables and more, though. Since my husband thinks I'm Mrs. Potato Head, naturally I love to barbecue baked potatoes. We found in a magazine a recipe for barbecued vegetables that's really easy to make. I put it below in case you'd like to try it. You
Barbecued vegetables recipe
8 or 10 red potatoes sliced fairly thin (You could use other varieties if you prefer them)
4 carrots sliced into small pieces
1/4 teaspoon rosemary seasoning or fresh rosemary
1/4 teaspoon thyme seasoning or fresh thyme
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1 and 1/4 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
Couple shakes of garlic salt and minced onions or you can choose to use fresh
Any other veggies you'd like to add cut thinly or in small pieces
Preheat barbecue or grill
In a bowl, combine all the ingredients except the vegetables
Using a few layers of aluminum foil, lay flat on surface (leave enough room at edges to be able to fold over and make into a packet.)
Place potatoes and carrots on foil then pour mixture over top. Brush vegetables or just spoon the mixture over top of them so that they're covered evenly. Can sprinkle on a little more of the seasonings, if you'd like.
Fold the foil into a packet. (just fold over then again with the sides to make sure it's sealed.)
Cook for about 20 to 30 minutes, depending on if you'd like your vegetables crispy or soft.
*You can make this same mixture and place it in a glass or metal pan then bake in a 350 degree oven for about 30 minutes in the months that you can't barbecue, too. This is a very flexible recipe. You can use less or more potatoes and carrots if you wish, you can substitute or add other vegetables and seasonings as well. You really don't need to have exact measurements, just adjust so that the vegetables are covered evenly. You can experiment to match your own personal tastes.