The sad, dying bane of brunch buffets at Sizzlers everywhere doesn’t have to be so painfully boring. Swap out boring grapefruit halves in favor of their leveled-up version made on the grill. Adding fruit to the grill caramelizes the natural sugars in the fruit, which concentrates its flavor. Meanwhile, the char from the grill adds another dimension of flavor to the fruit, as does whatever oil you use to grill it with. The possibilities for experimentation are endless, though fruits that hold their shape better like apples and pears are more ideal since they won’t turn to mush on the grill.
But you can do even better: Adding in some extra meat like prosciutto -- whose flavor works remarkably well with many fruits, including melon -- quickly turns this into a healthy, well-rounded breakfast meal.