Sunday Suppers: It’s Never too Cold to Grill

Just because it is cold and there is snow outside does not mean grilling season is closed.

First the meat of course

That is a good looking pork chop.

That is a good looking pork chop.

On to the side.

Make sure to rotate the packs often to keep them from burning

Make sure to rotate the packs often to keep them from burning

On to the other side.

Mix with other vegetables if you want

Mix with other vegetables if you want

For dessert.

The apple could even top circles of toasted bread

The apple could even top circles of toasted bread

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16 Responses to Sunday Suppers: It’s Never too Cold to Grill

  1. Jo had one look at your new posting and said “…. ok, that,s what I am going to have for lunch” He can always dream – most of the items I can not even get here.

  2. sallybr says:

    Wonderful ideas! We grill year round too… in fact a few days ago we brushed the snow off, and enjoyed beautiful T-bone steaks. Gotta pre-heat the grill longer, set the gas higher, but works like a charm…

  3. Mad Dog says:

    Toot true, though I’m not fond of BBQ while it’s snowing or raining, unless there’s a porch involved :-)

  4. A_Boleyn says:

    I agree … one mild Canadian winter I barbecued on Jan 1st. :) Those are wonderfully thick and juicy looking pork chops and the potato packets are a great side idea.

  5. egg me on says:

    Winter is why they invented grill pans. Or, coats so you can still grill outside. Those are *great* looking pork chops.

  6. I agree. Grilling is a year-round activity.

  7. ChgoJohn says:

    I grill year-round, although right now my barbecue has been repurposed as an extra icebox. Any one of your dishes today would be enough reason for me return it to its original intent. Another great Sunday dinner, Greg.

  8. tee14by14 says:

    Grilling is always good:) These look so good.

  9. petit4chocolatier says:

    Oh my, where is that super like button when you need it!! Love the grill :)

  10. Karen says:

    You would think twice about grilling when it is in the teens, snow on the ground and wind blowing 50mph but come summer I could see myself enjoying this meal.

  11. wok with ray says:

    Yes, grilling is a 365 days fun activity. Food that good, it’s worth the chill.

  12. Kristy says:

    Sadly our grill is closed for the season, so I’ll live vicariously through your post today. That pork chop looks fantastic!

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