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Summer is in full swing and for my family that means lots of time spent outside. We really love grilling on the patio and having dinner as the sun goes down, watching the fireflies start to light up around our back yard. These months are so special to me, and I’m always trying to find ways to maximize the time we can all spend together outside, building up a store of fun, wonderful memories.
We’d started to get a little tired of the usual patio grilled fare – burgers, brats, and hot dogs are great, but everyone was ready to mix things up a little. The inspiration to look for foil packet grill recipes came from an unexpected place. We love to camp as a family and on a recent trip to pick up some new camping gear, a book about campfire grilling with foil packets caught my eye.
Recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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Quick Tip: The ingredients don’t call for it specifically, but fresh herbs added to your foil packets will be a great flavor booster. My favorites are fresh basil or dill – or both!