With Memorial Day weekend coming up its time to break out your grills! Whether charcoal or gas, grilled food outside just taste better. This week we’ll share a couple of easy crowd pleasing recipes that you can grill up!
Grilled Foil Oven Potatoes

This is a recipe I grew up with. Every time we grilled Dad would slice up some potatoes and onions, sprinkle some Tony’s on it,  wrap em in foil, then throw them on the grill. It made the entire dinner come off of the grill, no need to dirty up the stove.

1-2 lb peeled and thin sliced potatoes
1 large yellow onion, thin sliced
1 stick of real deal butter (Memorial Day was meant to celebrate!!)
Cajun Seasoning (just like dad used to do) or salt & pepper
Heavy Duty Tin Foil
little water

First get your grill nice and hot, these potatoes you’ll want to put on ahead of time to cook before your burgers. Make 2 sheets of 1ft long tinfoil laid next to each other, slightly overlapping by 5 inches. This is going to make our tin foil oven. Place a layer or potatoes on in the middle, then a light layer of onion, and a few pats of sliced butter, lightly season with cajun seasoning. Repeat the layers till all ingredients are used up. Wrap the tinfoil around everything and completely seal everything up. Make a small hole in the top, add a couple of tablespoons of water, this will help steam everything. Place pouch on the grill on indirect heat and grill for 45 min- 1 hr, until taters are tender.

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Try seasoning with fresh chopped garlic scrapes and rosemary!

Grill all your veggies!

The grill isn’t just limited to burgers and weenies, veggies can have grill lovin too! Most veggies you can slice, rub olive oil on, and season with garlic, salt and pepper then toss on the grill. In this weeks bag you can try this on zucchini, squash, bell peppers, and your onions! What’s your favorite veggies to grill? Let us know in the comments! 

Like these recipes? They are provided by Vintage Cookery, you can check them out at CulinaryWizad.flavors.me

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