I’m going to use a recipe for Maple-Corn Panna Cotta as an excuse to talk about you and your grill. You see, I know you love your grill. In fact, I’ve seen you in that backyard of yours cooing into its grates. I know it’s none of my business but I bet you grilled half the summer away with that smoky look of longing burning in your eyes. The lusty licking of flames doesn’t scare you. You and your grill got a good thing going on. I get the attraction. The lure of tasty summertime meals served charred and smokin’ in the sultry summer air is enough to get anyone’s grill on.
But be honest – after an entire summer of grilling are you feeling just a bit restless? Are you longing for something sautéed and saucy? It’s only natural. Flames are great, but do you ever wonder what sous vide would be like?
What? I’m just asking… even a grill master has the right to look around a little bit, so long as you keep your tongs in your apron.
I’m not suggesting any drastic changes between you and that sweet grill of yours. I know it’s sexy beast. But maybe just maybe you’ve grown tired of the same old routine. Maybe grilling has lost some of its heat.
Well, lucky for you grilling isn’t just for burgers, steaks, and chicken. So put your brain to work and spend the last rays of summer fantasizing about fun foods that you may not have considered grilling!
Grilled Peaches and Pound Cake with Maple-Corn Panna Cotta
That’s just what me and my old grill did. We shook things up. Introduced a few new flavors. Nothing exotic, nothing dangerous. But the thrill of the unfamiliar reminds me just what a grill I got. Look at the hot mess we made! Grilled Peaches and Pound Cake with Maple-Corn Panna Cotta. Even the pound cake is grilled! GREG