Well, I'm back. Sorry that I had to take a little hiatus there but there was a family medical emergency that consumed us and my blogging time was one of the things that had to take the hit.
I've got a three-day weekend due to Labor Day so I'm scrounging in the garden to see what I can find.
There's some sweet onions, ready to go (above) and some chiles.
I pick a few and head over to Fresh and Easy (that's Tesco to my UK friends). In the day-old bin, I find some good looking summer squash and some grated carrot at marked-down prices.
I add the last of our zucchini, some baby gold potatoes, chop up an onion with three of the chiles.
It all goes into a recycled plastic bread wrapper (yes, we try to recycle everything here).
Throw in a dash of olive oil, some salt and pepper, shake up in the bag to mix everything up and coat well. Then I empty it on a sheet of foil paper.
Grill it on indirect heat for half an hour and serve with our entree. In this case, a very tasty flat iron steak.
Entire meal is around $6, shared with two people, most of that coming from the meat.
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