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Eating alone and firing up the grill


Always seems a bit weird to do the charcoal grill by myself.

Tonight making pork loin, skewers with mini peppers, mushrooms, onion, garlic, and tomatoes sprayed with olive oil.

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Unfortunately, a few red peppers ended up pretty black, but taste good.

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Was so good. I think I ate over a pound.

I suppose not too many people have the weather for grilling yet.

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nothing wrong with using the grill for one. I bought a cast iron hibatchi for when it's just cooking for two. Uses way less charcoal than whats required for the Weber grill.

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I have the same problem which is why i don't grill very often. Maybe only once or twice over the summer.

What i have done is buy a whole package of something and grill it till it's almost done and then freeze it. (like a whole package of chicken legs/thighs).

Then when i want some i can finish cooking it in the broiler. It's not ideal but it's a bit of a treat in the middle of winter to have some chargrilled chicken.

Or if just want a burger or steak or some fish on the grill, i'll make a big bowl of marinated veggies (zucchini, onion, pepper, mushroom) and grill those after the meat/fish is done.



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