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Sep 11 16 11:32 PM

LifeIsGood wrote:

Mikekey wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:

Maito wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:
ForeverMama - I was looking at your grilled veggie recipe and read about you using a grill basket. Can you find a photo/online picture of the type of grill basket you use? I've thought I've buying one over the years, but I'm not sure what kind to get. Thanks!

LIG, I can't speak for ForeverMama, but this is like the kind we have. I think we got it at Home Depot for $12 (but it was a while ago). It is great for smaller veggies and other items that aren't easy to flip on the barbie:

https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-CNTB-422-Simply-Grilling-Nonstick/dp/B001RIY9GA/ref=lp_3742141_1_3?s=lawn-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1473501010&sr=1-3

Thank you! I didn't realize Home Depot carried them. I'll look for them the next time we're there.

LIG, when we still had an outdoor grill, this is the kind we used with gread success.. Worked for shrimp, too, without having to skewer them.  (except ours had an attached handle that folded over the top for storage)

http://www.sears.com/stok-vegetable-tray/p-07129718000P?sid=IDx01192011x000001&gclid=Cj0KEQjw3s6-BRC3kKL_86XDvq4BEiQAAUqtZyaAk6Mc5cfgHFkx9LY7ndycOcI5vcPDgbBlpws-k-IaAhZS8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

I like that one. Thank you!

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Sep 12 16 6:44 AM

FYC Game Host wrote:

Lauralie51 wrote:
Anna's taco salad sounds great!

lauralie51 tagging Annacia's http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/main-course/main-dish-salads/tex-mex-taco-salad.html?p=125


Hi Lori,

I don't see a tex-mex taco salad for Annacia; however, I do see one for BK.  Unfortunately, that tex mex taco salad has already been tagged.

Maybe it will magically re-appear. : )

I dont know what the heck I was doing when I did that. image 

Oh yeah, maybe it could magically reappear......hint hint BK. image

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Sep 12 16 10:12 AM

LifeIsGood wrote:
ForeverMama - I was looking at your grilled veggie recipe and read about you using a grill basket. Can you find a photo/online picture of the type of grill basket you use? I've thought I've buying one over the years, but I'm not sure what kind to get. Thanks!

Hi There LifeIsGoodimage

Sorry that I didn't respond sooner, but I haven't been on the internet this weekend and didn't realize that you had asked me a question regarding a grill basket.  Thankfully, other of our friends on this forum have been helping you out.  What a great bunch of people!!
 I'm happy to answer your question and happy that you've reached out to me.  I've placed a picture below of the grill basket I use which is identical in appearance (can't remember if the brand is the same, but based on the reviews and the looks of it I'm 99.5% sure it is).  It is of great quality where it doesn't warp, hasn't rusted, always maintains its shape and I've had it for many years (about 14 - 15 years and it's still in excellent shape).  The construction is of superb quality and I highly recommend it.  When grilling vegetables, I can maneuver them with tongs or a spatula as I do with a wok and no veggies escape and spill over.  I can cook as many or as little veggies that I want and it does a great job.  The price on Amazon is about 20.00 U.S. dollars.  I bought mine at a local super/warehouse store called BJ's Wholesale.    
There are other smaller, differnet designed baskets on the market that have warped, rusted, etc., that I wouldn't reccomend.  If I weren't in bed right now, I'd take a picture of mine, but with a quick Amazon search, I found it which is what you see below.  

For fish I am also  very happy with a grill tray (in case you are interested in finding out about that too) that I have where it also doesn't warp, rust etc..  and is of as good a quality ast he grill basket.  The grill tray has a porcelain coating where it helps prevent the fish not sticking.  It's great because especially with filets, they don't break down and fall into the crevices of the grill.  I LOVE IT and would never do without either the tray or the basket.  

https://www.amazon.com/BBQ-Vegetable-Grill-Basket-Professional/dp/B00ZQ9A3L6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1473646948&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=grill+basket&psc=1


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The grill tray below is similar to the one I have.  It's great for fish, especially delicate filets.  

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I hope this helps and I'm happy to helpimage

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Sep 12 16 2:50 PM

It looks like I can do another grp of 10 recipes & be even w/my credits again, so here they are FYC:

twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/rhubarb-ketchup-18316
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/rosy-rhubarb-upside-down-cake-18183
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/smores-oatmeal-17146
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/sammys-shark-bite-beach-bar-cocktail-24417
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/sassy-coffee-sodas-17127
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/shrimp-butter-17315
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/sicilian-style-broccoli-rabe-with-eggplant-capers-24240
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/smoked-salmon-egg-wraps-with-mustard-mayo-plus-vegetarian-option-23789
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/smoked-salmon-burger-with-tomato-red-onion-avocado-16926
twissis's http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/smoked-trout-potato-arugula-salad-24396

The Canadian part of my family left Sat morning & the US family including my son, DIL & grandson left this morning. I'm sad & exhausted, but physical therapy resumes today plus Adriana & Melissa are coming to see us again later today for afternoon coffee, etc before they leave tomorrow. Then the getting reorganized again begins & I hope to be back to normal by the weekend. Siggi goes back to work half days starting 9/19 & getting back to that normal will feel very strange after 9 months of having him at home full-time. I have to admit that I'm looking forward to a routine again. image then image


 


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Sep 12 16 6:33 PM

Mikekey wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:

Mikekey wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:

Maito wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:
ForeverMama - I was looking at your grilled veggie recipe and read about you using a grill basket. Can you find a photo/online picture of the type of grill basket you use? I've thought I've buying one over the years, but I'm not sure what kind to get. Thanks!

LIG, I can't speak for ForeverMama, but this is like the kind we have. I think we got it at Home Depot for $12 (but it was a while ago). It is great for smaller veggies and other items that aren't easy to flip on the barbie:

https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-CNTB-422-Simply-Grilling-Nonstick/dp/B001RIY9GA/ref=lp_3742141_1_3?s=lawn-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1473501010&sr=1-3

Thank you! I didn't realize Home Depot carried them. I'll look for them the next time we're there.

LIG, when we still had an outdoor grill, this is the kind we used with gread success.. Worked for shrimp, too, without having to skewer them.  (except ours had an attached handle that folded over the top for storage)

http://www.sears.com/stok-vegetable-tray/p-07129718000P?sid=IDx01192011x000001&gclid=Cj0KEQjw3s6-BRC3kKL_86XDvq4BEiQAAUqtZyaAk6Mc5cfgHFkx9LY7ndycOcI5vcPDgbBlpws-k-IaAhZS8P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds

I like that one. Thank you!


Thanks! I do like the folding handle.

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Sep 12 16 6:36 PM

ForeverMama wrote:

LifeIsGood wrote:
ForeverMama - I was looking at your grilled veggie recipe and read about you using a grill basket. Can you find a photo/online picture of the type of grill basket you use? I've thought I've buying one over the years, but I'm not sure what kind to get. Thanks!

Hi There LifeIsGoodimage

Sorry that I didn't respond sooner, but I haven't been on the internet this weekend and didn't realize that you had asked me a question regarding a grill basket.  Thankfully, other of our friends on this forum have been helping you out.  What a great bunch of people!!
 I'm happy to answer your question and happy that you've reached out to me.  I've placed a picture below of the grill basket I use which is identical in appearance (can't remember if the brand is the same, but based on the reviews and the looks of it I'm 99.5% sure it is).  It is of great quality where it doesn't warp, hasn't rusted, always maintains its shape and I've had it for many years (about 14 - 15 years and it's still in excellent shape).  The construction is of superb quality and I highly recommend it.  When grilling vegetables, I can maneuver them with tongs or a spatula as I do with a wok and no veggies escape and spill over.  I can cook as many or as little veggies that I want and it does a great job.  The price on Amazon is about 20.00 U.S. dollars.  I bought mine at a local super/warehouse store called BJ's Wholesale.    
There are other smaller, differnet designed baskets on the market that have warped, rusted, etc., that I wouldn't reccomend.  If I weren't in bed right now, I'd take a picture of mine, but with a quick Amazon search, I found it which is what you see below.  

For fish I am also  very happy with a grill tray (in case you are interested in finding out about that too) that I have where it also doesn't warp, rust etc..  and is of as good a quality ast he grill basket.  The grill tray has a porcelain coating where it helps prevent the fish not sticking.  It's great because especially with filets, they don't break down and fall into the crevices of the grill.  I LOVE IT and would never do without either the tray or the basket.  

https://www.amazon.com/BBQ-Vegetable-Grill-Basket-Professional/dp/B00ZQ9A3L6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1473646948&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=grill+basket&psc=1


image 

image


The grill tray below is similar to the one I have.  It's great for fish, especially delicate filets.  

image

I hope this helps and I'm happy to helpimage

Yes, our friends here are super helpful and so are you! Thank you so much. It's so good to have these recommendations. I'm now considering the one for fish, too. We grill quite a bit in the spring/summer and into fall. I have had to battle sticking fish, veggies falling through the grates, etc... It looks like I need to do a bit of shopping. Thank you! image

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