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Old 03-06-2019, 02:25 PM   #11
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I think it will go off before I can grill it. There are still several feet of snow around and on top of my grill.
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I think it will go off before I can grill it. There are still several feet of snow around and on top of my grill.
Then, the cold man’s grill: broil it! Maybe a brush of olive oil and tiny sprinkle of sugar, a bit of salt will bring out the sweetness. Or finelychopped peppers and honey - sweet and hot! Oh wait, no chili peppers, right?

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I think it will go off before I can grill it. There are still several feet of snow around and on top of my grill.
That phrase “go off,” translated to American as “go bad,” cracks me up every time! I keep picturing a cartoon cabbage with a timer stuck in it, counting down on a digital display!
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Then, the cold man’s grill: broil it! Maybe a brush of olive oil and tiny sprinkle of sugar, a bit of salt will bring out the sweetness. Or finelychopped peppers and honey - sweet and hot! Oh wait, no chili peppers, right?

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That devotion is easy. If I eat those things, I hurt the next day.

Actually, chili peppers are okay. It might be the capsaicin, which is anti-inflammatory. I don't actually know about the other capsicums - the bell peppers, yet. I still have to give those a seriously testing. And, a friend can tolerate any of the ripe bell peppers, just not the green ones, so I will have to test that too.
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What to do with Belgian endive? We got some Belgian endive in our most recent grocery order. It's a little bitter, which we both dislike. I put a few julienned leaves in a salad and that was fine. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Nothing with tomatoes, potatoes, bell peppers, eggplant, or sweet potatoes. 3 stars 1 reviews
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