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Grilling Up A Storm 
Oct. 17, 2010 3:52 pm 
Updated: Nov. 23, 2010 7:28 pm
I have really been grilling up a storm lately. I enjoy grilled veggies and grilled bread the most. A great way to use up day old deli bread is to lightly butter or oil each side, spread a thin layer of pesto, and add some fresh cracked pepper or another seasoning of your choice and grill.
I bought a loaf of bread from Panera Bread a few days ago. It is the tomato basil loaf. I have been making various fresh deli sandwiches on it, but today I decided to grill it with great results.
Below are some photos of things I have been grilling lately.
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Grilled Roasted Garlic Bread
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Grilled Broccoli and Cauliflower
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Grilled Panera Tomato and Basil Bread w/ Pesto and Fresh Cracked Pepper
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Oct. 17, 2010 6:33 pm
Isn't grilling just the Best MSC? Perfect weather too! Food looks Fab!thanks for sharing:))
Oct. 17, 2010 8:37 pm
Thanks Patty....luckily we are in Southern California and are able to grill just about any day of the year. The grill pans for thr stove work really well too.
Oct. 18, 2010 4:13 am
I love grilled vegetables too! When I saw your picture with the grilled bread and pesto this week, I even tried to find a nice loaf of bread at my regular grocery but I couldn't find anything similar. I really want to try this. Thanks for sharing!
Oct. 18, 2010 7:45 am
You can buy a loaf of sourdough, french, or sometimes grocery deli's will have roasted garlic infused bread or rosemary. You can also purchase a loaf of bread from Panera Bread. I bought the tomato basil loaf. You can use any of those breads.
Oct. 18, 2010 10:08 am
I love grilling, well sending RN Grampa out to grill, I love grilled food. It is so healthy and has such a unique taste, veggies, roasts on a spit, burgers, I even used my BBQ to do buns when my oven decided to bite the dust as teh buns were ready to be baked. They were a little browner on the bottom but they were cooked.
Oct. 23, 2010 3:15 pm
Hi MSC. Did you get a caramel recipe? The one I was telling you about was actually just the "boil the can of sweetened condensed milk" method. Well, on icecream it was really good. So, nevermind. What did you use your caramel sauce for?
Maggie Reese 
Nov. 23, 2010 7:28 pm
Great pictures! Looks amazing!
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I am a Southern California wife and mother of one. I am a simple person that enjoys home decor, baking, and spending time with my family. You can also find me on YouTube - House of Aqua:
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I enjoy making a variety of ice cream, cookies, cakes, and candies. In recent years I have branched out by making new dinner recipes and found that I enjoy the challenge.
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I have a daughter that loves to help me bake. We spend Christmas Eve in the kitchen making special cookies for Santa together.
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I consider tempering chocolate and making caramels a triumph. You either get it right or your wrong!
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I failed several times at trying to make fondant centers for truffles. I decided to put my candymaking book away for a while!
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