One of the features of the Alfa is a propane connection on the side where you can hook up your gas grill. Not having to cary a tank does save some room in the basement!
So our daughter and her husband bought us a Weber Q for Christmas. But we didn't have the right kind of hose connection for it. It has been a search to find the right one. Neither Camping World nor Weber itself has a hose that would work with the Alfa. We finally got one thru Alfateers, and as soon as it stopped raining we gave it a try.
|Mostly vegetable kabobs|
The cook enjoys a glass of wine while watching over the grill.
My diet doesn't allow me to drink wine, but Craig still can.
I used 3 ounces of shrimp for each of us. Plus lots of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, mushrooms and fresh pineapple.
I used a Catalina dressing that I had on hand. It's not a "low fat" dressing because you need a little oil for the grilling.
Next time I might experiment with mixing up something myself.
To me grilling has almost always meant "meat." Steaks, whole chicken, hamburgers. But with our new outlook on food I'm going to have to explore a more vegetarian, or at least a non red meat approach.
Our kabobs in the past were always about half lamb and half veggies. These were so good we probably didn't even need the shrimp. Craig said he really like the pineapple and so did I.
Later today we will have to clean the grill and stow it back in the Alfa. That is one thing I'm a bit concerned about. With our deck grill we just burn off the grates, and change the drip pan from time to time. I don't want a greasy grill in the Alfa basement. I think it would attract mice and rats.
How thoroughly do you clean your grill?