As the perfect finish for your meal, try threading fruit onto skewers – pineapple, peaches, pear, and apple all work well. Some fruits, such as peach, nectarine, and apple, can simply be sliced in half, grilled, and served with a scoop of vegan ice cream or sorbet for a simple dessert.
If you’re feeling really adventurous, you could try putting some stoned, ripe cherries in a foil pouch on the grill and serve them over vanilla vegan ice cream.
So why not fire up the barbecue, cast iron chimenea, or firepit this year? As long as you have the time for a little preparation, you’ll be able to get the family and friends around a barbecue and enjoy a delicious, home-cooked meal alfresco.
And it’s well worth considering signing up to a local veg-box scheme or creating a vegetable plot in your own garden. You need surprisingly little space, and you can have as much fun growing your food as you can cooking and eating it!
Additional Vegan BBQ Resources:
Brightening up the Vegan BBQ
Beyond Veggie Burgers: Organic Vegan Barbecue Ideas
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