Mushy, brown bananas need not apply here. The fruit needs to be firm and just ripe to stand up to the grill’s heat. Leaving the skins on the split halves will help the bananas keep their shape. We’ll be honest: the sauce is sort of the best part.
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Clos des Lumieres Makes a Lovely French White From the Rhône Region
Clos des Lumieres makes a lovely French white from the Rhône region, and it’s a remarkable bargain. Yes, it’s in a box; don’t let that fool you. This is the wine of summer 2019.
French Grill by Susan Herrmann Loomis
Flourless Chocolate Cake on the Grill
You can mix up this flourless chocolate cake batter and put it in the pan well before you bake it, so it’s easy to put it on the grill while you’re having dinner. The cake will puff up nicely and look gorgeous, and then it will deflate and look less gorgeous. Don’t worry, you can make it lovely on the plate.
Grilled New Potato Salad
This salad is so potato- ey, onion- ey, and herb- ey that you’ll make it all the time during new potato season, then you’ll make it after new potato season, too; I promise.
Salmon with Tarragon Butter, Grilled on the Skin
Cooking fish on the skin side, which protects the meat from direct heat, leaves it so moist and tender that I can’t quite imagine any other way to cook it. This makes for quite a lunch or supper, particularly when you serve it with basic grilled leeks and a chilled Saumur- Champigny.