We have it worked out perfectly. I prepare it and Steve grills it. This time I sent him out the door with a small bowl of garlic infused oil to slather on the slices of yellow squash. This keeps it from sticking and makes it taste wonderful, too.
We keep learning new ways to cook old recipes. Like meatloaf. I prepared a meatloaf the same way I always did. Each time I make a meatloaf, I make it a little different. Steve came in the door after returning from the store where he bought me a loaf pan. (I had sold my loaf pans thinking I’d not ever make meatloaf again without and oven.) He noticed three raspberry pastries missing from the plastic see-through container. “Somebody had a snack,” he opined. Not so. Somebody put three raspberry pastries in the meatloaf. Ha! I chopped a Roma tomato, also, and tossed it in. But here is the real amazing part of the story: Steve cooked the meatloaf in the pan on the grill, and it turned out better than in the oven!
I am beginning to wonder if there is anything that can’t be cooked on a grill. Hm. I guess I can’t bake a cake. I know someone who baked a cake in a crock pot.