Get that grill fired up!

29 May

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, summer has almost arrived. In Vancouver, however, we are being teased with sporadic pockets of sunshine followed by bouts of rain. I am incredibly impatient and just want summer to settle in already but I am trying to look on the bright side. All of these sunnier, warmer days mean that it is time to get the grill fired up! BBQ season is almost upon us so we might as well get some early practice in. And on the plus side, grilling always means less dishes to clean afterwards! I can get on-board with anything that means less cleaning.

Last night I adapted a Jamie Oliver recipe that I have blogged about before, Grilled Tuna and Asparagus. Only this time I decided to avoid the tuna (have you been reading the headlines about radioactive tuna?! Yikes!) and went with chicken instead. Besides tasting all zingy and summery (sure, that’s a word), this dish is unbelievably quick to make. I think you’ll find it is a reliable go-to recipe for a quick, yet tasty, weekday dinner.


4 Responses to “Get that grill fired up!”

  1. Melissa May 29, 2012 at 5:06 pm #

    Look delicious Amy. Now if the sun would just stick around for a few months that would be great. Nice to see you at the farmers market on Sunday!

    • greedyguts May 30, 2012 at 8:57 am #

      You too, Mel! Think I’ll give it a few more weeks before going again. Wait for some more produce to show up.

  2. Ingrid Douziech May 29, 2012 at 5:50 pm #

    Looks delicious! I might have to try this out tonight!

    • greedyguts May 30, 2012 at 8:57 am #

      Thanks Ingrid. Hope it turned out well for you.

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