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These were fantastic! Made them tonight and will definitely make them again and again. Made one change, I added sliced onions. Delish!

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TinTN August 24, 2003

These are marvelous!!! and definitely help keep the heat out of the house!! hehe. They took about 40 mins on my grill :-) Thanks a million! I'll be making these again ;-)

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love4culinary August 11, 2003

Like tintn, I used half a sliced onion, the other thing I did was to cook these in the oven. They are very good, and the bit that goes brown and crispy on the bottom is especially so. Thanks Kree

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JustJanS September 02, 2003

Ooh Yummy! I made these today and they were definatly good. I made a little variation I used red potatoes (what we had and what we like) and I left the skin on (taking skins off red potatoes is close to a sin) This recipe will be remembered and I will do this often. Thanks!

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Stacy Buzzell August 17, 2003

My, oh my! Was this good! I followed the recipe exactly and it was heavenly. The burnt ones really are the best! Thank you.

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Katanashrp May 26, 2010

Yummy! I made these to go with a NY strip and had some corn on the cob with it. What an awesome dinner! The Parmesan and garlic were so good on these and grilling added to it. Mine were done in 30 minutes and the brown crispy part was the best. Next time and there will be lots of next times, I think I'll add sliced Vidalia onions and some bell pepper. Thanks so much for an awesome potato recipe! UPDATE 1/5/07: I wanted to add a little note on here for people not to substitute dried parsley for the fresh. It is not as good, believe me I tried it and won't do it again.

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keen5 January 05, 2007
Campfire Potatoes