If you have an outdoor grill, this is a really easy way to do GFCFSF in the summer (or other seasons, too, depending on where you live!) My hubbie and I have worked out an arrangement that seems to work well for us. He prepares and grills the food; I clean the grill, set the table, and clean up afterward.
Here we have:
1 large package chicken thighs, boneless
1 bunch asparagus
What we did:
Put chicken in a large bowl with lots of olive oil + whatever spices you might like, marinate for 30 minutes or so, while your grill gets ready. Wash & cut off bottoms of asparagus. Slice tomatoes in half. Cut off green top and brown outsides of pineapple; slice into thick rounds.
Grill it all up on the grill.
Yield: Enough for family of 4 for dinner, plus lunch leftovers for 2 adults.
Saturday, August 8, 2009
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