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Summer is finally here and everyone with a yard or a deck is grilling. The main course is easy, beef, chicken, pork, fish, but what about the sides? While the meat is resting, here are some really great sides, some can been done ahead or even turned into a main course. Bon appétit.

Grilled Corn with Herb Butter

How do you make grilled corn taste even better? Douse it in flavorful herb butter.

Mushrooms with Béarnaise Yogurt

A classic steakhouse-inspired rub and sauce turn grilled mushrooms into a decadent, meaty meal or side dish.

Grilled Broccoli and Arugula Salad

An unexpected side dish that can be made hours ahead of a party; wait until the last minute to toss together.

Hobo Pack Potatoes with Rosemary and Garlic

These potatoes steam away in the coals while you grill the rest of your meal. If you’re not eating them right away, keep them in their foil pouches and rewarm them on the grill or in a 350°F oven before serving.

Grilled Pancetta-Wrapped Asparagus

Thinly sliced pancetta goes a little crisp, its salty porkiness complementing the asparagus. Though the spears are wrapped, they cook through perfectly and even pick up some grill flavor.

Charred Sweet Potatoes with Honey and Olive Oil

Japanese sweet potatoes are starchier than yams and worth seeking out. Steaming before grilling keeps them moist.

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  1. Hi TMC! I can’t resist commenting on “Pot Still a Drug of Choice for Many U.S. Adults” (puff)

    I know headline writers prefer short words, but professionals say “cannabis”. [the medium I prefer, and sometimes still call “weed”, professionals call “flowers”.] The fact that it runs in the “Addiction and Abuse” section suggests their point of view.

    after not quite 6 months of full legalization here in California, there’s already a lot of obvious change. Old stoners like me are still dumbstruck at being able to walk into a store and buy smokeables in more varieties than we ever dreamed of. People who have never been smokers are finding edible or topical preparations that provide effective pain relief or some other real medical value, sometimes recommended by their regular physician. Some are still told not to use cannabis for pain relief by doctors with old attitudes.

    Big chain nurseries have books on cannabis growing, and cannabis-oriented soils and fertilizer (“420 Blend” potting soil is the most expensive in the place). SUNSET FUCKING MAGAZINE has run an article on growing cannabis in your backyard. [you probably don’t know of it, but Sunset “The Magazine Of Western Living” is the definitively Californian home and garden journal, and could not be more mainstream.] , For the “clones” (you don’t say “seedlings”, they are propagated from cuttings not seeds) you still have to go to a dispensary, and a look at the plant room at the place I go makes it clear that a LOT of people around here are planting cannabis this spring.

    Jobs and tax revenue are being created. Cities that never allowed medical cannabis businesses are moving toward letting dispensaries open, to avoid losing that revenue to somewhere else. [The city i live in is one of these; the taxes i pay on legally purchased cannabis go to San Jose instead.]

    the balance between the taxed+regulated market and the “black” market continues to work itself out. A 35% tax rate leaves plenty of market opportunity for non-regulated sources, also I’ve heard that it’s difficult to get licensed to grow and distribute if you have a known history in the business. Seeing real “brands” appear is long predicted but funny now that it’s here (Tommy Chong among others. Do the jingle Tommy: “No stems no seeds that you don’t need, Acapulco Gold is bad-ass weed.” Did he ever expect that he’d live to be selling “Chong’s Choice”?).

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