Preheat oven to 450°F. Peel or don’t peel your potatoes (it’s your choice, listen to your heart). Cut into wedges or cubes. Throw into a bowl and coat with olive oil. Sprinkle on the seasoning of your choice, and mix ’em up so they’re good and covered (we like Grill Seasoning or Oikogeneia or Durango BBQ, oh heck, we’ll put any of our blends on roasted potatoes!). Spread the potatoes out on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and bake in the oven for 30 to 45 minutes depending on the size of your potatoes.
Cream it, grill it, pan fry it, throw it in a stew.
No matter what you do, I’ll love it. And I might even love you.
It’s an epic sort of love, I posted about grilled corn last year and I’ll probably post about it next year too.
I mean, look at this beauty:
Talk about tasty. YUM.
We pulled back the husk, stripped out those little white hairs, rubbed on some olive oil, and then lovingly sprinkled Grill Seasoning on all the cobs. Then we wrapped them back into their husks and tied them with string to keep all that goodness inside:
Then we threw those puppies on the grill and let the magic happen.
And easy too, just pull back the husk and get rid of all those hairs. Coat the corn with a little olive oil and sprinkle with the blend of your choice! We put our Mediterranean Oil Blend on half the ears and Grill Seasoning on the other half. Fold the husk back up and tie with culinary string. Now they are ready for the grill!
If you don’t want to mess around with the husk you can husk the corn completely. Once you have oiled and seasoned them, wrap the ears up in aluminum foil and throw them on the grill.
Coat ribs with olive oil then coat with the rub of your choice. We decided to do a third with our grill seasoning, a third with cocoa nib rub, and the other third with espresso steak rub.
Place the ribs on a cookie sheet, cover with aluminum foil and place in the oven for 2 hours. And it is as simple as that!
We did this the night before we were going to be eating them so we placed them in the refrigerator after the 2 hours. The next day we threw the ribs on the grill to heat them back up and give them that special taste you can only get from a grill!