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Grilled Vegetables

For a long time now, grills haven't been the exclusive territory of meat-eaters. Many vegetables do quite well on a grill. Everyone, of course, is familiar with corn - you'll find it at almost every cookout. Zucchini, peppers, eggplant and onion are starting to become regular visitors to the grill, too. There are some veggies you may not think of when you see a grill, however, such as asparagus spears, fennel and potatoes - yet they're all delicious cooked this way. Even more surprising is cabbage. If you've never had barbecued cabbage, you're in for a treat, and it's easy to make. Take your average, everyday green cabbage (or red, if you prefer), core it and cut it up into palm-sized chunks. Put each chunk on a piece of aluminum foil and liberally spray it with either butter or olive oil cooking spray. Add a bit of salt and pepper, seal up the foil and put it on the grill. Depending on how soft you like the cabbage and how big the chunks are, it'll probably take around a half hour to cook and it tastes great! This is a lower-fat version of some other recipes you may see around, which require bacon and copious amounts of butter.

Here are a few notes about grilling vegetables. Faster cooking veggies, like tomatoes, come out better when cooked over a hot grill while those that are denser do better with the more thorough approach of a medium grill. Use a mesh grilling basket to make it easier to turn several pieces of vegetables at once. In addition you can always put veggies in aluminum foil to cook over the fire. Although they won't have that grilled taste, this way you can be a bit more creative with spices and cooking oil. When it comes to grilling vegetables there are so many options that even the strictest vegetarian need never feel left out at the family barbecue.

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