10 Foods You Thought You Couldn't Grillcomments (1) August 5th, 2010 in Blogs
Grilling pound cake may sound odd, but trust us on this. The grill gives the cake a toasty texture.
|Grilled Polenta Cake with Cherry-Cassis Sauce||Grilled Peaches with Pound Cake & Ginger Creme Fraiche||Balsamic-Macerated Strawberries Over Grilled Pound Cake|
Sugars in foods like fruit, when heated, take on a beautiful golden color and develop a deep, caramel-like flavor. The toasty, sweet, caramelized exterior of the fruit contrasts with the soft, often tart flesh inside, creating a completely new flavor that's simply delicious.
|Grilled Watermelon Salad||Grilled Cinnamon-Sugar Bananas with Vanilla Ice Cream & Bourbon||Grilled Mango, Poblano & Passionfruit Salsa|
The concept here is simple: hot fresh bread, cool summer kitchen.
|Grilled Naan Filled with Herbs and Cheese||Grilled Chickpea Flatbread||Grilled Olive-Orange-Fennel Flatbread|
While adding herbs to cocktails is nothing new (think mint, lavender, citrusy bergamot) grilling the herbs for a few seconds coaxes out the herb's floral qualities. Think of it as aromatherapy in a glass.
|Limoncello-Gin Cocktail with Grilled Thyme|
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