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Subject: Frozen French Fries on grille?
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From: tomkanpa[at]aol.comKMA (TOM KAN PA)
Date: 12 Aug 2001 15:09:58 GMT
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Hey, is there any way of "baking" frozen shoe string fries on an outside gas
grille? I really don't want to heat the oven to 450 degrees in the heat that
Western Pennsylvania is having. 

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From: sue at interport dotnet (Curly Sue)
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 15:13:58 GMT
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You probably need to buy a grill pan with smaller openings and place
it on top of the grates.  They sell these for cooking seafood (eg.
shrimp) on grills.

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From: Karen O'Mara 
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 19:05:15 -0700
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Curly Sue wrote:
> You probably need to buy a grill pan with smaller openings and place
> it on top of the grates.  They sell these for cooking seafood (eg.
> shrimp) on grills.

yeah.. a basket or something would just take out all the moisture.

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From: Arri London 
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 20:14:12 -0600
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TOM KAN PA wrote:
> Hey, is there any way of "baking" frozen shoe string fries on an outside gas
> grille?

Put them on a baking sheet that you don't mind having on the
grill (might need a thin film of oil on the sheet). We need
to put them on the rack above the main rack on our grill and
we keep the lid closed; depends on the output of your grill.

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From: orwell[at]home.com (orwell)
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 04:16:29 GMT
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> Hey, is there any way of "baking" frozen shoe string fries on an outside gas
> grille?

I've wrapped them in foil, punched a few holes to let out the steam and threw 
them on the top rack of the grill at a fairly high heat (preheating for 
steaks).  


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