Maria’s top 10 foods to bulk grill!

It is obvious that a return to a “normal” work environment is not likely soon. You may be one of the blessed who has decided you do not want to return to an office but rather continue the joys and challenges of working, educating, entertainment and sleeping from home.

To manage all these needs, meal planning needs to be addressed to allow for more family time. Rather than discuss animal proteins as we have previously done, the focus will be on other food categories that provide for endless options at mealtime.

Time to bring in our top 10 foods to get on the grill or smoker for fabulous flavor to your meals!

#1 Peppers

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Charred Pepper Dip

#2 Potatoes

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Smoked Curry Potatoes

#3 Mushrooms

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Smoked Mushroom with Ricotta

#4 Tomatoes

Cherry tomatoes done whole on the grill, plum tomato diced and grilled in a pan make the perfect base for saucing, and hearty beefsteak tomato for pronounced tomato flavoring.

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Wood Fire Tomato with Rice

#5 Meatballs

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Smoked Greek-Style Meatballs

#6 Fruit

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Wood Fired Apple Pie

#7 Corn

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Grilled Corn on the Cob

#8 Simple Meats: Ground, Thin Cuts, Pieces

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Smoked Beef Riblets with Soy Hoisin Sauce

#9 Salad Greens and Chicories

Favorite SmokinLicious® Recipe: Wood Grilled Romaine Lettuce

#10 Eggs

Keep in mind, simple scrambled or sheet pan eggs give a work week of meals and easy start.

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