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Old 03-28-2012, 12:11 PM   #1
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Default Favorite grilled vegetable to go with your summer catch?

Summer is just around the corner, and after I grill my day's catch I like to grill some veggies. My ABSOLUTE favorite is grilled okra. Put your okra whole into a bowl and lightly coat with olive oil. Add you some Kosher or sea salt in there, as long as it's the coarse salt it'll do fine. Cook on low heat on the grill until soft and brown on the bottom, then flip and do the same. Grab it by the stem and bite all the way up to your fingers and eat everything but stem. It will melt in your mouth. I love me some fried okra, but this is very very tough to beat with fresh grilled fish.

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We like zuccini, eggplant, squash or asparagus with a little parmesan cheese browned on top.
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Summer is just around the corner, and after I grill my day's catch I like to grill some veggies. My ABSOLUTE favorite is grilled okra. Put your okra whole into a bowl and lightly coat with olive oil. Add you some Kosher or sea salt in there, as long as it's the coarse salt it'll do fine. Cook on low heat on the grill until soft and brown on the bottom, then flip and do the same. Grab it by the stem and bite all the way up to your fingers and eat everything but stem. It will melt in your mouth. I love me some fried okra, but this is very very tough to beat with fresh grilled fish.

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We do the same thing with our okra but bake it for about 20 minutes and then broil it for a few minutes. It is outstanding!
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We like zuccini, eggplant, squash or asparagus with a little parmesan cheese browned on top.
Try putting a little olive oil and dry ranch on them before grilling.
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Try putting a little olive oil and dry ranch on them before grilling.
We do, along with a little sea salt.
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Zuccini and Asparagus for me.
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sliced yellow squash , oiled then some Lipton onion soup mix on top and grilled.
Zucchini would be best but I can no longer eat it for the rest of my life with the heart meds I am on
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