Calling all "judges" for the annual DG County Fair! Vote for your favorites here!

What is cooking on your grill?

(Zone 7a)
There are a total of 71 votes:


Burgers, brats and dogs!
(18 votes, 25%)
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Steak (favorite cut?)
(10 votes, 14%)
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Seafood. (what kind?)
(4 votes, 5%)
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Poultry (anything special?)
(6 votes, 8%)
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Veggies! (share a technique or recipe)
(6 votes, 8%)
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Ribs and other cuts of pork. (secret sauce?)
(1 votes, 1%)
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We don't cook on a grill. (why not?)
(10 votes, 14%)
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Other (tell us!)
(16 votes, 22%)
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Previous Polls

Cedarhome, WA(Zone 8b)

Salmon or prawns, yum.

Garland, TX(Zone 8a)

clunky, cheap, smallish charcoal grill without wheels gets used about once every two years :(

This message was edited Jun 4, 2012 6:54 PM

mid central, FL(Zone 9a)

filet mignon, rib-eyes, chicken thighs, pork rib-eye chops and all the vegetables i can harvest from the neighbor's garden.

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

I voted veggies, but we do a variety of meats too. Love the grilled veggies with shrimp on the grill, fish, steaks, chicken or pork. I use bell peppers all colors, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, broccolli, yellow squash, zuccini, and pineapple. I haven't tried raw beets yet, but it was recommended by a friend a couple days ago. I just toss everything except the pineapple in a fat-free itallian and all lots of Mrs. Dash garlic and herb seasoning. That way it is low oil and salt for those that can't take it. I have also used lemon pepper at times. Add the pineapple last.
I used to use k-bobs skewers, but we eat so many veggies it was time consuming! We got a deep basket and toss them and turn them now.

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SE Houston (Hobby), TX(Zone 9a)

Ribeyes.

Valparaiso, IN

I'm in love with Tofurky Italian Sausages. Sun-dried tomato and basil is my absolute favorite. I just discovered these tasty treats. I guess they've been around a while and I sooo regret not finding them sooner. 29g of protein in just one of em, and no cholesterol.

Houston, TX(Zone 9a)

Grilled veggies are our favorite but we also do pork ribs, chicken legs, shrimp, burgers, just not very often. Fav veggies are eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, green onions, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers (all but green), sprinkled with salt, pepper, EVOO and balsamic vinegar. My hubby is the grillmeister in this family! We even tried grilling cucs but I can't remember how they came out. Okra is great too!

Melbourne, KY(Zone 6a)

I have a nice gas grill, but I'm not allowed to use it because my mother is afraid I'll blow myself up with it and then burn down the forest we live in. LOL

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

ROFLOL!!!! KY

Kure Beach, NC(Zone 9a)

My husband cooks everything on the grill, even in the dead of winter.
It's great this time of year, no stove heating the house up.
Tonight we had grilled flounder, last night it was lamb.
Barb

Madison, IL(Zone 6b)

Besides the burgers & dogs, we like our s'mores.

Salem, OR(Zone 8b)

Pizza and focaccia in the outdoor wood fired oven.

Calgary, Canada

I have got rid of the old propane BBQ.
Some day I will get a natural gas one which I think is safer.

rosetta TASMANIA, Australia

Garlic chicken kievs, with a vegie concoction on the side'' many happy returns''whooooaaaa!!!

Bardstown, KY(Zone 6a)

Pretty much anything. Pizza is excellent on the grill.

Doug

Somerset, KY(Zone 6b)

Don't cook on a grill because right now we don't have one, BUT it's on the shopping list for next payday!!!
Than I'll cook just about anything on the grill. Love grilled zuccihini and red potatoes.

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

We even cooked cornbread in an iron skillet on our grill once when we were remodeling the kitchen! LOL!

San Tan Valley, AZ(Zone 9a)

Other because we cook all of the above on the grill.

Ozone, AR(Zone 6a)

I build my own Native American type campfire in my yard and cook any and everything on and in it. Nothing better than the taste of campfire food.Sitting in front of a fire is so-o-o-o relaxing. I take a wheelbarrow and scrounge small wood in the winter and early spring for my campfires.I also keep a waterhose closeby.
Vickie

rosetta TASMANIA, Australia

sounds good Vickie!!

Bardstown, KY(Zone 6a)

I've also used a cast iron skillet to bake biscuits on the grill. Great flavor! My Grandmother used to use a wood fired cast iron stove to bake rolls at Thanksgiving and Christmas. No better taste.

Doug

Salem, OR(Zone 8b)

This is me using my outdoor oven 2 years ago. I have a grill insert for it. Looks l am loading a pizza, and about to roast some veggies in it. I have used this oven way more than my husband expected me to.

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Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

I think we should have had a "some or all of the above" choice! We've been busy little grillers, with burgers, poultry, seafood and steaks being served sizzling hot off the grill in recent days.

Bardstown, KY(Zone 6a)

Terry, my invitation must have gotten lost in the mail.... Are you fighting off boys from that daughter of yours?

Doug

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

Quote from postmandug :
Terry, my invitation must have gotten lost in the mail.... Are you fighting off boys from that daughter of yours?

Doug


That must be it :-)

She fends for herself pretty well, which makes my job relatively easy. If I can just get through her senior year and get her off to college without dissolving into a puddle of tears, all will be well!

Melbourne, KY(Zone 6a)

LOL That must be scary, Terry.
Kosk2005, that is a beautiful outdoor oven! What fun!

central, NJ(Zone 6b)

I voted other cause we do it all, well my hubby does it all
beef brisket is our fav

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

Venison tenderloin with barbeque sauce wrapped in bacon!

Fort Worth, TX(Zone 8a)

Love the oven too!

Melbourne, KY(Zone 6a)

Mmm, I wanna go to a cookout at your house, haighr! I'll bring the deer that keep eating my plants, lol.

Athens, PA

Spiedies!

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/spiedies/

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

Quote from Carolyn22 :
Spiedies!

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/spiedies/


I'm afraid you might have just let your local best-kept secret out of the bag! These sound wonderful!!!!!

Melbourne, KY(Zone 6a)

Mmm, those sound yummy!

Athens, PA

Terry

They are! - spiedie sauce is good on beef, chicken, pork and venison! You can buy them already marinated at our local butcher shops.

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

LOL, bring on the deer, we'll take good care of them!

Waukesha, WI(Zone 5a)

We've already had bratwurst, hot dogs, steak and potatoes, sweet corn, ribs, bbq chops, During the summer the ovn gts used very seldomly. Its the grill all the way.

rosetta TASMANIA, Australia

How about, one from ,Hank Williams...,.,Hey hey good lookin , what you got cookin, howsabout cookin something up for me!!!!!!!!,.,.,.Theres a lot of mouthwatering food being cooked here!!

Salem, OR(Zone 8b)

I printed the spiedie recipe, and I plan to make it soon. Thanks.

Uff da. Made 20 pizzas in my oven yesterday at my son's first grade end of the year party. It was only 57 degrees outside, with intermittent rain, but we still made it happen. Kids had a great time, and stayed outside almost the entire time.

waukesha, WI(Zone 5a)

Cooking outdoors is for peope who like wind, heat, mosquitos, rain, and don't have to go up and down two sets of stairs everytime they need to poke something. If I grill brats or Italian sausage, I grill two or three pounds at a time and toss the extras in the freezer to reheat. Now if I had one of those nifty ovens like Kosk, right outside the door...I could be tempted.

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