2Trim beef (try using t-bone or cut labeled for grilling when choosing at the store)
3half veggies, remember to leave chilis alone. These will remain whole until serving.
1Using a small bowl, pour about 1/2 cup Olive oil and sprinkle with salt and black pepper. When hot, brush with oil mixture and slap on the grill.
2Grill until marked on both sides, removing beef and finishing in oven at 350F.
3Leave vegetables on grill until tender. Squeeze fresh orange juice on beef while grilling for added deliciousness!
4Now is a good time to put the fruit items on the grill, apples will take longer than bananas. Remove bananas when onion and tomato are taken off grill, leave chilis and apples on until beef is fully cooked and removed from oven.
5Once all is tender and cooked to ideal perfection, simply plate up! Simple grilled meal both tasty and beautiful to serve, no wonder all foods taste better grilled!
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