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Unread 01-25-2012, 12:12 PM   #1
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Fellers...im looking for a idea on fresh green beans on the grill? Foil bag....just grilled....any ideas will be much appreciated! To break or not to break?
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greenbeans
kosher salt
fresh minced garlic
bacon bits
butter or olive oil
black or white pepper

good to go!
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I cut them in half and bundle 5 or 6 together. Wrap in a piece of bacon. Little garlic and worcestershire and/or soy sauce and grill till the bacon is done.
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greenbeans
kosher salt
fresh minced garlic
bacon bits
butter or olive oil
black or white pepper

good to go!
In a foilbag? Sounds good!
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In a foilbag? Sounds good!
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I've never done them like this, so have no idea if it would be a good flavor mix. But how about stuffed green peppers (or any large sweet pepper) with a stuffing that incorporates the green beans with some form of smoked meat, rice, garlic, onions, cheese, pasta, etc.
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greenbeans
kosher salt
fresh minced garlic
bacon bits
butter or olive oil
black or white pepper

good to go!
Toss in some sliced almonds, too!
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I cut up about 1/2 onion per 2 servings of green beans, coat w/oil and add minced garlic. Grill them up until nicely done, put them in a bowl, add cracked pepper and sea salt and finish with a nice thick balsamic (or a slight reduction of cheaper balsamic). This is my version of a similar side from Jack Stack in KC.
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Never done it on the grill, but my wife makes some mean green beans on the stove. Basically she sautes them with a TON of butter and some minced garlic for a really long time, I wanna say like almost an hour, until they start to caramelize. Man I could eat a whole pan full of them by myself, and I hate green beans!

I would think you could do the same thing on the grill, maybe start off in foil until they get nice and done, then finish off directly on the grill? Or a cast iron pan on the grill?
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