You grill the food under the salt slab like the brick

August 26 [Mon], 2013, 16:13

You've probably seen those imposing slabs of Himalayan pink salt at your local cookware shop. Maybe you even bought one. I did and plunked it down on my grill and tried grilling shrimp on top of it. The cheap nike zoom kd v process looked cool (hey, that's one of the reasons we grill). The result was pleasant enough, but I couldn't help feeling that straightforward grilling the shellfish directly on the grate would have been better. So what's the big deal?

Well, it turns out I got it wrong. You grill nike zoom kd iv for sale the food under the salt slab like the brick in Italian pollo al mattone. Used this way, you get cool and flavor, not to mention a luscious saltinflected crust encasing compressed luscious poultry juiciness.

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