LUTHERVILLE, Md. (WMAR) - It may only be the middle of the week, but some of us are already thinking about what to pick up at the store to throw on the grill this weekend. But how about the farmers market this weekend?
The mission was to find out what what we could buy at a farmers market and put on the grill, something more than just the same old hamburgers.
When it comes to corn, Bryan Davis of Classic Catering says "what I like to do is remove some of the inner silk. Now I'll leave this on the grill covered and we'll let this cook for about 10 to 15 minutes and we'll keep rotating it around so it doesn't cook on one side."
So what do the experts suggest for grilling meat? Using a rub.
"Coriander, cumin and cardamom. Now the good thing about this rub is it had brown sugar and salt in it so it cures the chicken and keeps it from drying out and making it more tender," says Davis.
Cutting up fresh corn, onion, zucchini and tomatoes can also make a great succotash, but what should you keep in mind about putting veggies like peppers on the grill?
"Sometimes if you add oils or something to the peppers and put them on the grill it gets too smoky and the carcinogens build up and it doesn't taste to good, so I try to go dry method on them and I'll season them afterwards," added Davis.
What's the most looked over thing cooked on the grill? Fruit.
Davis says "grilled fruit is fantastic it's all in the sugars you can marinate it a little bit with some mint or lemon."
You can do peaches on the grill. All you have to do is butter it up, slap it on the grill, let it get nice and juicy, put it on your favorite pound cake or your favorite ice cream for a great summertime dessert.
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