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Old 04-16-2010, 12:52 PM
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Default Sophisticated Grilling?

How about the lighter side of grilling? Some shrimp, summer squash and a nice bottle of unoaked chard? Grilling doesn't always have to be massive amounts of pork or beef or something that goes on a bun. One might even call it sophisticated grilling...

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Looks great, GF!

What's the nicely-browned round thing?

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Old 04-16-2010, 01:19 PM
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Oh, but ALL grilling is sophisticated... to a lesser or greater degree, LOL!
Looks good to me!
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very nice, gf!

the only way to cook shrimp on the grill is with a grill wok! double skewering works ok on larger shrimp, but a grill wok is so much easier with all sizes of shrimp.

yum @ grilled garlic butter shrimp, too!!!!

i like to leave the shells on (split and deveined, but still in tact) and peel after they've come off the grill and are charred a bit. it helps keep them moist and the charred shell adds a little flavour.
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Looks great, GF!

What's the nicely-browned round thing?

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Check out the link he posted, Lee...it's "risotto pan-fried with Panko bread crumbs with a little egg wash applied."
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Looks wonderful!!!

I am the first to admit my great love of grilled flesh, but I have to agree with you regarding the lighter side of grilling. ( I hesitate to suggest that some is more sophisticated than others, however)

I enjoy grilling fruit wedges, especially cantaloupe and serving that with feta and shrimp.

Have you grilled raw pizza dough yet??
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Old 04-16-2010, 02:37 PM
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I'm scared to try a homemade pizza on the grill...
Well to be honest, my waistline is, because if I really like it..
pizza and grilling together could lead to serious overeating!!
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I just got one of those grill pans at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I can't wait to try it!
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Looks wonderful!!!

I am the first to admit my great love of grilled flesh, but I have to agree with you regarding the lighter side of grilling. ( I hesitate to suggest that some is more sophisticated than others, however)

I enjoy grilling fruit wedges, especially cantaloupe and serving that with feta and shrimp.

Have you grilled raw pizza dough yet??
I have made pizzas on the grill with fresh dough balls made into a crust. Delish....
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Check out the link he posted, Lee...it's "risotto pan-fried with Panko bread crumbs with a little egg wash applied."
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Sounds delish and looks great, GF!

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Great grilling!!

Well, my idea of sophisticated grilling would be doing yakitoris, for instance. I love to eat as each skewer comes off of the grill while more are still grilling.
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I absolutely love grilled veggies. I have a nice recipe for couscous with grilled veggies and vinaigrette dressing, and we also like to grill tuna shrimp. Rachael Ray does a nice grilled shrimp with hoisin and chili garlic sauces mixed for dipping. Great stuff!
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I saw Pat Neeley top a wheel of brie with home-made raspberry sauce and SMOKE it...............veeerrry interesting !
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Lucky, was the heat off to one side of the grill or was the cheese directly above hot coals?
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off to the side, VB for like 20-25 minutes..........
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Default Re: Sophisticated Grilling?

Last week, one of the cold foods banquet cooks actually laid a wheel of brie DIRECTLY over the heat for about a minute or so, just to get some good grill marks on it. He then cooled it at room temp and served it as part of a cheese display.
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Default Re: Sophisticated Grilling?

Looks yummy, GF. I'm a big fan of grilled vegetables, seafood, & pineapple (with ice cream). If I ever get an outdoor grill, I would love to try Cedar Plank Salmon. Thanx for sharing the pics.
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I absolutely love grilled veggies. I have a nice recipe for couscous with grilled veggies and vinaigrette dressing, ...

I'd love to see this recipe if you'd post it.
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