One of my favorite things about the month of July when it comes to produce is that so many of our Jersey vegetables are now in season. To me, there's nothing better than cooking up your summer favorites right on the grill.

What I particularly love about this zucchini summer dish is that it's simple, healthy, and easy for the kids to help out with. Add in the grilled chicken and garden salad, and you have a great meal just waiting to be served.

So invite your friends and family over, fire up that grill, and let's get cooking.

An easy summer meal with grilled zucchini - By Mike Brant

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