(by Shirley McNevich)
1 large sweet onion (separated into rings, then slice rings in half)
1 red bell pepper (cut into strips, then cut strips in half)
1 green bell pepper (cut into strips, then cut strips in half)
In a large bowl add sliced onion pieces and bell pepper strips--add a few TBSP of olive oil, then toss to coat. Add more olive oil if necessary. Rip off two large pieces of aluminum foil and spray them with Pam. Dump half of the onions/peppers mixture into the center of each greased piece of foil. Pull up all four sides to make a packet but leave the very top slightly open. Turn outdoor grill to medium and place the packets on the middle or top rack for about 15-20 minutes. After 15-20 minutes, leave the packets on the middle or top rack and while you grill your meats on the lower racks. When your meats are done, remove the onions/peppers packets and dump the contents into a serving bowl to use as toppings for your meats. Cooking them this length will still leave them a little crispy--if you don't like them crispy, move the packets to the bottom rack and continue cooking until tender. You can also substitute other vegetables such as yellow bell peppers, orange bell peppers, squash zucchini, etc.