I hit the grocery store up and scored a dozen hot Italian sausages for $7 which is about 60 cents a link. Divided the pack into 3 parts, froze 2 bags of 4 and kept the other third ready for the grill. I also picked up a small red pepper for about a dollar. I looked in the freezer and saw a bag of mixed veg which consisted of green beans, yellow beans and carrots ($2.89 for entire bag, I used 1/5). Having my game plan established I fired up the grill at 7:04. By 7:07 all the snow and ice on the lid had evaporated so the links were ready for the grill. I placed them on and went inside to deal with the pepper. I cut out the stem, de-seeded the pepper and cut it into about 6 pieces.
By the time this was done the sausages were ready for a turn. Then I threw a handful of the frozen veg mix in the fry pan with a splash of olive oil and set it to low. Back out to turn the sausage again, approximately 7:21. At this point I added the red pepper to the grill, about 2 mins a side with the lid down. When I turned the pepper I rotated the sausage. In between the flips I transitioned the fry pan from low to medium and gave the veg a toss and a sprinkle of salt. Then back out to pull the peppers and give the sausage one final turn. Time, about 7:26. The peppers joined the veg in the frying pan, tossed a few times to cover with the oil and seasoning. Back out to the grill and sausages were done, shut down the propane, pull sausage and head indoors. It's about 7:31 and the plate the sausage walked threw the door on is now the vessel for the veg on the fry pan. 7:32, sit down with knife and fork, a condiment or 2 for the sausage and enjoy.
Alternative, put key in ignition. Drive to fast food place, drop $6 to $10 on a combo and maybe complete food run in 20 mins instead of 28. Not tonight.