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Grilling!
#21
a wise man once told me that the most important thing is the location of your grill. He put his as far from his house he could while still remaining on his property. Sanctuary. Duchess, sounds like you just need to carry a six-pack out to the grill to start with. Then there should be nothing to distract you
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#22
I use my SS gas grill several times a week, all year round, course S Fla doesn't have much of a snow problem.
When I was in the frosty north, I shoveled snow to get to the grill.
Did you know that if you slide a plate of smoked ribs across the desk at Residents Inn in the dead of winter you get your laundry delivered and hung up, messages hand delivered and several other benefts?
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#23
(03-17-2011, 07:16 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: it's never too soon to grill!
that's #1 on my spring list, buy a good new charcoal grill.

God bless ya woman..I love it when I hear folks still using charcoal like myself. I don't think I'll ever go to the darkside (propane).

p.s. Buy a Weber.
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#24
I prefer charcoal too. We bought an expensive gas grill and I don't care for it at all, I went back to using my old rusted out charcoal grill and smoker.
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#25
Grills are good, but If you really want to cook without worry of the thing catching on fire, you want the smoke and the heat but no flames where the meat/food is.

I use natural wood no charcoal or propane.

Fire box with a cooking area where the heat and smoke go through no fire where the food is.

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#26
I somewhat agree..many a times I'll add wood chips to the charcoal for extra flavor.
Of the millions of sperm injected into your mother's pussy, you were the quickest?

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#27
yum. 12 lb burgers from grass fed, no antibiotic, no bleach or ammonia added.
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#28
(03-17-2011, 09:28 PM)Cracker Wrote: 80/20 theoretically shouldn't shrink more than 20%. It creeps me out personally (I don't touch meat that leaves a film of fat on my hands, fucking gross). I only use the good ground sirloin (93% lean) and it doesn't shrink very much.

Don't make thin patties unless you are working the grill at McDonald's. Make them fat then put a dimple in the center of them. That will help them to cook evenly and not "dome" in the middle. I'm assuming you know not to press them down with the spatula and to only turn them once...

And this post is why I stay clear of Cracker Notworthy

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#29
(04-22-2011, 10:16 PM)Adub Wrote: And this post is why I stay clear of Cracker Notworthy

I don't eat people. Most people are at least 70/30, so they wouldn't make good burgers.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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#30
Meh, just like all beef, one just needs to find the right cut.

Anyhoo, back to burgers....Stuff them fuckers...don't put it on top. Careful though, the melted cheese coming out when biting into it can burn like a motherfucker.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x-i5QzkaMI
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#31
Wifey came home the other night with some Cedar Grilling Planks. Never used these things before, but she'd like me to use them when I BBQ for our Mom's this weekend.

Anyone here have experience with these things? They seem like they may be decent, and I can find a few recipes (Wifey is hell bent on a halibut meal), but am curious as to if anyone here might be able to offer some tips and such that they've learned from experience.

The Halibut-Kabobs sound pretty tasty, although I'd probably use some type of dill marinade/seasoning as opposed to orange flavor. Anyhoo, I want to make it a kickass meal, being how it's Mothers Day and shit..and I'm pretty damned good with the BBQ...just never used these before, so I don't want to fuck it up.
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#32
I tried the cedar planks a couple of times with salmon. It's pretty hard to screw it up, you soak the plank in water or beer and then dry and season it. Just like the directions in the link you posted. Halibut drys out pretty easily though so I would definitely marinade it and maybe put lemon slices under it instead of the orange.
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#33
Yup, defo gonna take your advice and use lemon instead or orange slices. Just bought the Halibut fillet today from our local fresh seafood store (holy fucking shit, $21/lb...cost me $60 for a kick-ass looking fillet). Found a decent, but simple, marinade for Halibut on the triple-dub...and also gonna make a creamy dill sauce too.

Fucking mouth is watering just thinking about it...
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#34
What are you making for side dishes? Asparagus?
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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#35
Wifey is picking up some primo I-dee-ho bakers as I type. Gonna have a nice salad.. but I'm not sure what's she's gonna get for a veggie. Asparagus sounds good, but that would mean I'd also have to make a cheese sauce....
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#36
(05-06-2011, 08:16 PM)thekid65 Wrote: Asparagus sounds good, but that would mean I'd also have to make a cheese sauce....

Only if you are headed towards obesity. Olive oil and sea salt and throw them on the grill...
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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#37
(05-06-2011, 08:16 PM)thekid65 Wrote: Wifey is picking up some primo I-dee-ho bakers as I type. Gonna have a nice salad.. but I'm not sure what's she's gonna get for a veggie. Asparagus sounds good, but that would mean I'd also have to make a cheese sauce....

Creamy dill sauce for the halibut, cheese sauce for the asparagus...maybe some bleu cheese or ranch dressing for the salad? Damn, my arteries are clogging just thinking about it but if I could, I would. Yum.
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#38
(05-06-2011, 09:34 PM)Cracker Wrote: Only if you are headed towards obesity. Olive oil and sea salt and throw them on the grill...

I guess I'm rather lucky. I eat crap (but good) food all the time. Weight has never been an issue for me.

Of the millions of sperm injected into your mother's pussy, you were the quickest?

You are no longer in the womb, friend. The competition is tougher out here.


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#39
Lunch! Smiley_emoticons_biggrin


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#40


I'm so freakin' hungry I could eat the pole too.
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