- Feb 20, 2016
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Your link comes-up for me as an article on Connecticut homes.Who else loves asparagus?
Olive oil, salt, pepper, then on the grill - either wrapped as a bunch in tin foil for the little guys, or right on the grill as individual spears if they're big enough to get a little char. Careful, they go extremely fast in the latter instance!Love might be a stretch, but I certainly like asparagus. I recommend either oven baked with an olive oil drizzle (make the tops crispy) or lightly boiled and eaten with mayonnaise.
Olive oil, salt, pepper, then on the grill - either wrapped as a bunch in tin foil for the little guys, or right on the grill as individual spears if they're big enough to get a little char. Careful, they go extremely fast in the latter instance!
Yep - simply olive oil, salt, and pepper seems to suffice. My wife also puts lemon wedges (for drizzling) on the table.I did asparagus and other vegetables on gas barbecue grill for the fourth with neighbors. The two most sought out of the plate of vegetables were the asparagus and mushrooms.
Olive oil , salt and pepper were the right seasoning.
The interesting thing about asparagus is the odor your urine has afterwards. The asparagus's sulfurous amino acids break down during digestion causing the odor. What I just learned is that about 1/4 of the population have the special gene that allows them to smell those compounds. ( Yes, I have that special gene)
Probably TMI, but funny as hell! :lamoWhat is temporarily not cool: You just so happen to have a bunch of asparagus AND a bunch of beets in the mid/late evening. You go to sleep. You wake up, very groggy, to relieve yourself in the middle of the night and for a few moments, you're thinking "holy ****, I need to get to a hospital".