QUOTE(surfergirlck @ May 21 2004, 04:05 PM)in a folded pouch of foil, i slice potatoes, add sliced onion, season it all, add butter then throw em on the grill for about 45 min.... MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!
I've made those w/the kids before but we threw in a burger patty too - it's called "hobo burgers". The kids loved making them
QUOTE(surfergirlck @ May 21 2004, 03:05 PM)in a folded pouch of foil, i slice potatoes, add sliced onion, season it all, add butter then throw em on the grill for about 45 min.... MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!
Taxman has made those for me before I think that he tosses in mushrooms with it.
Let's see...first I fire up the Weber, I use hickory wood chunks for fuel. The taste is way better than propane. After that gets going good, I like to start with a piece of mayonase covered salmon filllet lightly grilled skin side down. Then next to a New York strip marinated with a bit of worcestershire sauce, red wine, a bit of garlic, and soy sauce(I like to let that sit in a ziploc overnight in the fridge).
One thing that I just tried back home is BBQ'd lobster. No, the lobsters are not put live on the grille. I put'em in boiling water head first for 2-3 minutes to kill them, then on the grill they go, about 10 minutes a pound, just like boiling. The smoked flavored lobster was excellent, something that I'm definitely going to have again!
QUOTE(Boater2be @ May 21 2004, 06:37 PM)It doesn't really matter everything is better on the grill.
YEP!!!! Love anything on the grill, but REALLY prefer charcol , wood etc . over propane.....but propane is still bettter than indoor cooking.