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    Sides for Grilled Boneless Ribeyes

    Hey all,
    What are your favorite 2-3 side dishes for over the coals, Weber style, grilled ribeyes?????

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    Hmmm... Steak frites , loaded baked potato, heavy on the sour cream, creaked or wilted spinach with garlic.

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    Usually I go with a baked potato and basic pinto beans (garlic, salt, pepper, cumin and onion). Other favorites are squash and zuchini, brussels sprouts or hobo potatoes.

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    When there is a nice steak, I usually go all Atkins on it. If my wife is around, I'll get stuck eating some salad, too. At a restaurant, the steak should be lovingly nested in a plate of nice fries, which will soak up the juices and be even tastier.

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    Grilled veg like red onions, asparagus, zucchini are all solid options. Just toss em in olive oil, salt and pepper and maybe squeeze on a lil fresh lemon when finished.
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    What about a rice pilaf or slaw? Let me take that back...just saw asparagus...grilled....and baked potatoes-grilled.

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    +1 to what Theory said, and maybe some roasted potatoes with fresh thyme, garlic, and parmesian cheese.

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    Y'all already got me salivating and I don't get to cook till tomorrow.

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    I gotta go with the grilled asparagus and the roasted new potatoes. Damn, now I gotta go make something for dinner

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    Going simple? Roasted baby yukons. A little more involved? Potato gratin.
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