Green Squash, Summer Squash, or Zucchini, as it is a more common name in New York, is one of the more if not most common and versatile squash to prepare. Almost the entire thing is edible with the exception of the stem. Even the very flower (male flower) the plant produces can make a delicious appetizer.
2 to 4 Green or Yellow Squash
¼ tsp. garlic powder
One Pinch of onion powder (1/8 tsp)
2 TBLS Olive oil
Salt and white pepper to taste.
Wash and cut the squash into quarters and coat with olive oil. Sprinkle with garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper. Cook on a hot grill, turning over every one to two minutes on all three sides. As you turn the squash over, rotate 90 degrees each time you flip it. Move it to a new spot on the hot grill to get those tasty and beautiful grill marks just like on steak!