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Anyone find a good technique for cooking frozen french fries on the egg?
I've tried a couple of times making them the same time I'm making hamburgers or brats (direct cook). I've tried wrapping them in foil and placing them on the grate over the fire. Typically when I do this they come out a little soggy or burnt. I've also tried wrapping them in foil and placing them off to the side near the edge of the grill, but then usually they turn out to still be cold after 20 - 30 minutes at 450 F.
I'm thinking the best method would be to get a half moon stone that I could cook the fries on directly while the burgers or brats are cooking. Other ideas? Someone's sure to have solved this dilemma by now.