Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen

Vegetarians At The Grill

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When I was growing up, the options for a vegetarian at a typical barbecue were limited to hamburger buns or potato salad. In many parts of the world...in India and Japan, for example...meatless grilling produces some of the most interesting food to come off the fire. So whether you're grilling for vegetarians, or you just want to cut back on the meat sometimes, this sizzling show has you covered. Big-on-taste Grilled Pepper Salad topped with currants, capers, and feta cheese crumbles. Paella Primavera: A Not-So-Traditional Paella with a colorful blend of garden fresh grilled vegetables. Fire-roasted Apples stuffed with cream cheese, apricot preserves, and lightly sprinkled with brown sugar.
 

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