Mustard rubbed cajun seasoned Alaskan Halibut filets for lunch. Yum! Grilled on junior at 400 for 4 minutes a side. Nice crust, moist and tasty. Very simple and quick to do.[p]Marinating some drumsticks in an interesting mixture of soy sauce, oyster sauce, turbinado sugar, peanut and sesame oil, and a mixture of cracked ginger, lots of galangal, grains-o-paradise, mustard seeds and pepper. Will finish it off with a sauce that I will wing.[p]Also, Cooks Illustrated has some great looking recipes for stuffed zuchinni that look like prime candidates for that big green oven. I picked the recipe that uses potatoes, tomatoes, onion, jack cheese and fresh basil for the stuffing. (they also have recipes for a corn, blackbean and chipotle stuffing, and a curried lamb, mango and currants stuffing)[p]The recipe calls for cooking the potatoes, and heating the ingredients before filling the squash, then it goes in a 400 degree oven for 6 minutes to melt cheese and brown. My egg will be at 400 anyway when I am cooking the chicken, so after I pull off the chicken I could stick the stuffed squash in then. Any suggestions for what to put the squash on??? The recipe says use a cookie sheet in the oven.[p]Thanks for any tips.
Great Friday and weekend to all.