Everything on our plates today was free, except for some purchased peppers which we sauteed to soft acceptabilitiness.
There were the grilled zucchini halves, burned to the point of tasting like seaweed. (Lesson learned.) The zukes were a gift from our garden, and by the looks of things out there, we'll have plenty of opportunities to perfect our zucchini grilling techniques.
And the sausage. Oh, dang, the sausage! A perfect coil of homemade pork wackiness, courtesy of Anita and Cameron from Married... with dinner.
Cameron suggested that we run a couple of skewers through the coil to keep it stable while it grilled over — BONUS! — gifted charcoaled wood from the Rev. Biggles.
It came out so good. I told Cranky I only wanted a few inches of it, but I ended up eating almost half the coil. Delicious, inexplicable taste. Heat, yes, and herbs. Perfect fat ratio. But I kept detecting a lactose-y goodness. Like the ghostly flavor profile of cheese. Me like, very much.
Thank you, everyone.