A few years ago I went to a cooking class at my local Wegman’s supermarket. It was a great class on grilling. I learned a log of great tips and techniques. One of the recipes they made that night was a Grilled Orzo Salad. I must have liked the recipe, because I found it buried deep in my recipe stash.
During the hot, sticky summer months, I’m always on the lookout for new salad ideas. Maybe it’s because I’m not in the mood for heavy dishes. Or, maybe it’s because my garden is always so plentiful during the dog-days of summer. Whatever the reason, my recipe pile is full of contenders — everything from slaws, pasta salads and mayo-based concoctions to plates full of leafy goodness.
We love grilled pineapple, so when I had read about grilling stone fruits, like peaches and plums, I thought I would give it a try.
I just got home from my friend Jill’s house tonight and, not only did we have great conversation but she had the BEST corn on the cob that I’ve ever had!
They say that a great hostess makes her guests feel right at home and gives the impression that nothing is too much trouble for her guests. This is Jill.
It was a simple cookout. The kids swimming in the pool. Hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill. Big wedges of watermelon on the table. And, corn on the cob. A perfect, warm June evening.