Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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I had Acorn squash last night that was cooked in the oven. I was
wondering if you can cook it in there is a way to cook it in the coals
of a fire. I was thinking that if I poked a hole in it so that it
dosn't explode that I might be able cook it in a fire. Has any one ever
tried this? If anybody has any ideas about how to go aobut this pleas
let me know.


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I had Acorn squash last night that was cooked in the oven.


We have that every now and then here, luv it. I noticed that there is a
recipe in Webbers "Real Grilling" book for acorn squash also. Thought I
might
try it one of these days. RM~





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I had Acorn squash last night that was cooked in the oven.


We have that every now and then here, luv it. I noticed that there is a
recipe in Webbers "Real Grilling" book for acorn squash also. Thought I
might
try it one of these days. RM~


Weber's Big Booki Of Grilling, has a full page table of prep and grilling
instructions for a variety of vegetables including acorn squash.

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