Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wednesday Fun #81 - Unusual Grillables

Mr. Kluges and I just did our first fancy (aka not brats) grilling of the season. The olive tapenade pork was yummy, and he's picked out an even fancier-looking recipe for this upcoming weekend. (Flank steak wrapped around carrots, celery, kielbasa, Romano cheese, and bell pepper)

It got me thinking about other unusual things one can grill. Have you ever been involved with a whole pig grilling? Made a relatively common grillable but with unusual ingredients like, say, tofu kabobs? An "I didn't know you could make THAT on a grill?" food - I don't know - maybe pizza or spaghetti and meatballs (could you even do that?)

How 'bout it? What's the most unusual thing you've ever grilled/seen somebody else grill?

1 comment:

DiploWhat said...

In Korea we had "fleisch fest" twice a year. It was a grilling extravaganza for the embassy community. Yes, we did a whole pig.

When in Korea I grilled all the time (small gas grill). Diced potatoes with rosemary in tinfoil, chicken, beef, kabobs, whatever. Yummy! Miss that....