The people that I live with have a garden and they shared their summer harvest with me. I had two huge zucchinis and no clue what to do with them. Since I do not own the cookbook "Cooking with Squash", I had to come up with my own ideas. So, I decided to grill them. Since I didn't know if I would like grilled squash I decided I had better marinade them or put some sort of coating to hide the squash flavor in case it was gross. I took a little olive oil, a dash of italian seasoning, a dash of garlic salt, and a dash of onion salt. I cut the zucchini into 1/2" thick, round slices and very lightly coated each side with my concoction. Then I tossed them onto the George Foreman grill for a couple of minutes and then I turned them over and grilled them for a couple more minutes. So how did it turn out? Let's just say it was gone before I could get the next batch off the grill. No, let's say it was so good that I crave grilled zucchini. I eventually ended up with some that I didn't eat and I tossed them in a pan with some sauteed onions and pasta and added a little more olive oil and seasonings, it was super good. Then today I decided to have grilled zucchini again. This time I added a little balsamic vinegar to the concoction. I ate it as a side with chicken and rice. I put some in the fridge for later, but I could have ate the whole zucchini.