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Grilled Potato Chips

Grilled Potato Chips

I’ve frequently used this space on the internet to soapbox about things that are mostly unimportant to everyone else, the most prevalent of which is the difference between a cookout and barbeque (a cookout is when you cook foods like hotdogs, hamburgers, grilled chicken outdoors. Barbeque is a noun). It’s been my mission over the past so many years in Maryland to stop people calling making hotdogs a “barbeque.” It’s just not. It’s a cookout.

The moral of the story, of course, is that tomorrow is my birthday and I’m having a cookout. A real life, hamburgers and sausages on the grill, cookout. With beer sangria and friends and family and hot July weather and sprinklers on and fun. I’m so excited, I can’t wait to grill everything from potato chips to atomic sausage. Happy July!

Grilled Potato Chips

3-6 yukon gold potatoes

Olive oil

Salt & Pepper

Slice your potatoes into 1/4″ chips. Brush olive oil on both sides and sprinkle with salt & pepper. Grill 2-3 minutes on each side, so crispy but not overcooked. Enjoy!

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  • Colleen

    06.07.2012 at 07:09 Reply

    I can not agree with you more! Being from NC and living in Utah it drives me crazy when people say they have having a bbq!

  • Candy @ Candy Girl

    07.07.2012 at 05:34 Reply

    I love the simplicity of this recipe and can’t wait to try it!

  • David

    08.07.2012 at 14:03 Reply

    Cookout is a noun just like barbeque. Who truly cares, if the term is used incorrectly, does it really make a difference at the end of the day? To be so indignatious that you feel you must try and differentiate is a joke, (oh by the way, you didn’t differentiate) just like the primitive recipes on this blog, I guess feeble insecurity is a North Carolina trait.

  • Day

    08.07.2012 at 18:52 Reply

    This recipe looks amazing. Hope your cookout was a success!

    And David, I think you meant “indignant”… And she has every right to be. Also, you can feel free to just not read this blog, you know. You don’t need to be a jerk.

  • Moises Peli

    23.07.2012 at 06:45 Reply

    I always want to read food blogs online because i love to munch foods. My motto in life is that “i live to eat” that is why i love food so much. :,.,,

    Thanks again“>

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