Veggies, Solo Or As A Side


Le's not forget the lowly vegetable! One cannot eat meat alone, can they?  There are tons of ways to cook veggies outdoors over the grill or in the pit.


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Veggies, Solo Or As A Side

Must eat veggies, must eat veggies!

Vegetarian or not, there are tons of interesting vegetable dishes that can be prepared in the family backyard barbecue pit. When we discuss "vegetables" in this section we are not going to exclude fruit. Sure it's not a veggie, but it is grilled and we love them.

We're making the assumption that you want cooked vegetables as opposed to eating them raw. After all, what are you doing here?  The word vegetable was first used in English sometime during the 15th century and applied to any plant. This was a broad categorization which we will use in the site.

Just a few of the vegetables we will include recipes for on the site will be eggplants, bell peppers, tomatoes, green beans, squash, and a host of others. Some of the fruits we will be working with will include peaches, plums, oranges, pineapples, and many many more.

Most vegetables are great over the hot grill, but a few like cucumbers, celery and most leafy greens don't do very well because they have too high of a water content.

The really cool thing about vegetables is they generally contain very little fat. They also go well with your meats because the are also very low in protein. Vegetables offer us a mix-and-match colorful effect. Some will be light green or dark green, yellow, orange, red, blue and a host of other colorful eats.

When shopping for veggies try to avoid the damage or bruised ones and, if already cut, be sure to place them in a refrigerated container within two hours. We suggest trying to eat your veggies as fresh as possible because they will go bad and not be as wonderful on the grill.

See Our Veggie Recipes

Spice Island
Sweet Potatoes
Cracked Pepper Mashed Potatoes Jerked Green Beans

Yummy Oven Baked Potato Wedges Barabicu Honey
Glazed Carrots
Sabroso Rice



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