By Charlene Smith
Pine Bluffs Post staff 

Accompaniment for grilled dinners

 

Right now the grills are as busy as a bee at the Rose Bowl Parade. It’s so hot, though, no one is thinking football or flowers. Just focusing on the tick-tick-tick-whoosh of the sprinkler and little giggling voices coming from the swimming pool. Not even the hum of the air conditioner can drown out the gurgle of your stomach. It’s dinner time. Grill time.

Just in time to accompany grilled creations, farmers markets are in full swing. Giant juicy tomatoes, stalks of asparagus, fresh-dug carrots, crisp lettuce leaves and aromatic yellow and white onions. Sound a little too un-meaty for d...



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