Gramma Jackie wrote:
I have a large non-stick skillet with holes in the bottom made especially for grilling on an open grill outdoors. Favorite things to grill are of course seasoned potatoes, but also zuchinni and yellow crooked neck squash with or without onions. I also cut fresh brussel sprouts in half and grill them. Haven't tried grilling eggplant, but think I will try it this summer. May also try beets. I have also heard that fresh pineapple can be grilled. Heck, I might even try sliced apples!
I also grill corn with shucks on them all the time. They come out great. Here's a link to a skillet like I have:http://images.search.yahoo.com/images/v ... =yfp-t-521
p.s. If you can find the kind of skillet I am talking about it is well worth the money and keeps the food from sticking to your grill. Also use a spatula and flip the veggies several times while cooking. It's just like sauteeing on a skillet on your stove indoors.
When we had a outdoor bbg grill, I used to do veggies in a pan that had holes in it like this skillet above, but my pan was more like a square wok. It had higher sides. If I recall correctly, I bought it at Fry's (Kroger), but I imagine something similar could be found this time of year at other stores featuring seasonal bbq/grilling stuff. I often did grilled veggies for teriyaki in that pan: onions, bell peppers, summer squash, and mushrooms.
I see this one at Cabela's http://www.cabelas.com/barbeque-grills- ... adType=pla
Amazon has this one that looks like what I had http://www.amazon.com/Charcoal-Companio ... B000LZ3F38
If you do a google search for "bbq wok" you'll get many options.