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Re: Magma marine grill recommendations

We cook a lot of steak fish on the grill ( Mahi/ Tuna/ Sword). Salm on we sometimes use a thin cedar plank

Good tip on the pie plates or just warp us eveything in the foil.

If you cut your veggies plan style ( so they dntt fall hough the cracks they ar excellent ( Zucinn, Yellow Squash. Red pepers, Asparargus, eggplant,) We have some metal skewers on the boat for mashmellows.

Wingnwing turned us on to these neat grilling veggie baskets we use for little red potatoes, brussel sprouts, grilled green beans or snap peas
Jim Beam Kabob Grilling Baskets - 4 Pack at HSN.com

Sometimes we just grill stiff with our dinner to make the next days lunch. grilled chilled veggies on pita or a tortilla shell is no harder to make than a lunchmeat sandwhich while out sailing

Then fruit. try Golden pineaplles, Peach halves or pear halves sprinke wih gorgonzola cheese make a great dessert or even salad accompanyment.
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