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Old 07-07-2008, 11:54 AM   #1
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Didnít spend much time at home this weekend as we had partyís to attend so not much cooking for me. I did however have some time on Thursday to grill up a Tri-Tip, some diced potatoes wrapped in foil along with some fresh squash my neighbor gave me from her garden. Below are a few pictures for your viewing pleasure and I hope everyone had a happy and safe 4th. (Forgot to mention that I grilled the Tri on charcoal and did the taters ans squash on the gasser)











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Old 07-07-2008, 11:56 AM   #2
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YUMMY! Perfecto!
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Old 07-07-2008, 12:53 PM   #4
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that's my favorite way to eat squash, and so easy!
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Looks great Toby.
Nice crust!
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You've got tri-tip down, Toby.
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YUMMY! Perfecto!
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(Helen, the Lompoc/Santa Maria ambassador, knows tri-tip.)
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Looks great Toby!

JB, you've been watching too much Rachel Ray, I think!
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What do yall put on squash when grilling it. Oil ,seasonigs,
ect.
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I slice and throw em in a bag with italian dressing, but
a Big GQ says to cook em and then throw em in a bowl
with italian, says it soaks up the dressing..gonna try that
next time.
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I have done the Italian dressing in a bag trick and it tastes great. This time I just placed the squash in a pan then slathered the with some EVOO and a little S&P then on the grill they went. Sooooo simple and so tasty.
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yep toby, all it takes is a little oil and whatever herbage and spices you wish. I like a lot of char on mine.
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Hey Cappy, you ever grilled eggplant? It's been a long time for me and it came out mushy, maybe I'll try again with a little more heat. Also, got any other veggie ideas for grillin?
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Hey Cappy, you ever grilled eggplant? It's been a long time for me and it came out mushy, maybe I'll try again with a little more heat. Also, got any other veggie ideas for grillin?
Don't forget Larry Wolfe. He's my usual go-to veggie-grillin' guy. His photos have shown me lots of things to try, and it turns out they're good!

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Larry who? :P
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I've done it, just not a big eggplant fan. Other than
onions and sweet potatos, I pretty much keep vegetables off
the grill. Sometimes corn on the cob.

For an amazing flavor, look up Finney's fire roasted gazpacho
recipe....it uses charred veggies that give an incredible flavor.
In fact, we got a first place AB with it.
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Man-o-man does that look like the perfect meal!
We love tri tip! :P
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