You go, grill

It’s way too hot outside (112 degrees F/44 degrees C — Can you believe it?), but we’re grilling anyway.

It’s typical, unsurprising fare. No pizzas on the grill or fish on Himalayan salt blocks, no paella or stuffed poblanos — nothing as adventurous as all that. We’ll get there, later.

For now it’s back to basics. And who can blame us when we’ve found the season’s first sweet, white corn? And when it’s been way too long since we’ve had a decent (salmon or beef) burger, fixed up a bit sloppy with layers of avocado and tomato and cheese? (See here for a little cheeseburger-in-Paris inspiration.)

Now, what are you grilling?

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7 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Ahhh! Your burger and corn is soo tempting… urges me to grill one, oh,, since its midnight, i better call a delivery….. Stopping by from SITS! Happy Saturday Sharefest!

  2. 2

    112 degrees in June?!? Yikes. Thanks for the mention, and I can’t wait to see some of those stuffed poblanos!

  3. 3

    Sarah said,

    Everything! It’s too hot to turn the oven on!

  4. 4

    Grilled corn and burgers have become standard fare for us.

    We’ve even been using our grill with just one burner as an oven to avoid heating up our house. Our a/c runs 24/7 between May and early October so the grill is a lifesaver.

  5. 5

    Suzanne said,

    I love grilled corn on the cob! It looks so yummy!

  6. 6

    Dina said,

    I’m grilling zucchini alot these days — its so delish

  7. 7

    Your burger and corn is soo tempting…


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