Monday, July 03, 2006
Hot grriilllling action!
(My trusty Weber is like this one only mine has a side table.)
Steak sandwiches -- thin ribeyes rubbed with Montreal seasoning on toasted oblong buns dressed with a sauce of 1 part salsa, 1 part sour cream and 1 part thinly chopped green onions and a couple of leafs of lettuce.
Sides: Beer-soaked, bacon-wrapped large shrimp, bacon-wrapped scallops; corn on the cob.
Three kinds of chicken: Lowry's, Montreal rub, Kraft honey barbecue sauce.
Sides: Dr. ER's grandma's grandma's potato salad; pickled cucumbers; (gaspacho[sp], Dr. ER-style (not pureed, and with corn), available, but I had some for lunch, so passed at supper.
Thick burgers (probably with beef-and-onion soup mix mixed in); and some regular Oscar Mayers.
Hmmm. I'm runnin' out of livestock to cook! Maybe salmon, then. Maybe not. Coworkers recommended swordfish! Never had swordfish! Wonder where to get it around here ...
What culinary treats do you have in store for yourselves and your loved ones for the Independence Day holiday?? Do tell!
Avalon's Seagood Market, east side of May, somewhere south of Britton.
"Pleased to meet ya, Mr. Swordfish!"
Swap fish for burgers and dogs today. Burgers tomorrow.
Oh, did either of you journalists notice that I wrote "leafs" of lettuce? Hoot.
Their just re are note enugh editrs in this World. ;(;
HOT GRILL-ON-GRILL ACTION!
... Grills Gone Bad! ... yukyuk