Grilled Sweet Polenta and Balsamic Vinegar and Honey Nectarines

Unfortunately, I’ve had a busy night, so I’m bringing you another set of photos from tonight’s grilling session. New reviews will be up starting tomorrow. Sorry for the delay!
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And lo, I bring you nectarines. I enjoyed this recipe for its mingling of flavors, but found the polenta remarkably difficult to grill even when coated in fine sugar like an upside-down crème brûlée. Next time, I would make thicker cubes or pan-fry it à la French toast.

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