Chefs, What's the Most Interesting Thing You've Made on a Grill?

Categories: Bites & Dishes

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Bryan Dooley,
Chef and Owner, Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue

Pig snoots, which is actually the snout and jowl of the pig. Lots of crispy skin and a little meat.

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Bernie Kantak,
Chef and Partner, Citizen Public House

There is an amazing cheese called halloumi that doesn't get the respect it deserves. It's made from goat's or sheep's milk with a high melting point that allows you to grill or fry it without it turning into a gooey mess. It tastes like feta and mozzarella's bastard love child, and the char from a grill takes it to another level. I serve it grilled with watermelon, mizuna, Persian cucumbers, and lemon mint vinaigrette. It just screams summer.

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Romeo Taus,
Chef and Owner, Romeo's Cafe

Grilled vegetable cake. It rocked. Proud of this one.

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Romeo Taus
Grilled Vegetable Cake

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4 comments
Kristin Heggli
Kristin Heggli

I love Bernie Kantak's description of halloumi - "It tastes like feta and mozzarella's bastard love child."

Eric Schaefer
Eric Schaefer

Isn't "Grilling Halloumi" the name of a band?

Susie Timm
Susie Timm

yes, yes you do. You can buy it at Whole Foods.

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