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Old 06-26-2010, 12:11 PM   #26
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Flatiron steaks marinated in Bakon Vodka Marinade

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Bakon Vodka Marinated Steak (Serves 6)
• 1/3 cup Bakon Vodka
• 1 tablespoon sea salt or 1/2 teaspoon table salt
• 2 tablespoons black peppercorns, crushed
• 3 tablespoons finely chopped parsley
• 2 tablespoons finely chopped thyme
• 3 cloves garlic, crushed
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• A slice of beef cut from the top of the rump, about an inch thick or 24 ounces
Combine marinade ingredients and put into a closed container with the beef, making sure to evenly coat with herbs. Marinate for 3 hours at room temperature. Or for superior results, marinate for 1 to 3 days in the refrigerator before cooking.

Cook to preferred temperature, and enjoy
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how do you prepare cedar pink salmon? do you just buy a boneless skinned salmon fillet and put it on a wood cutting board?
Cedar PLANK salmon.

You take a plank of cedar a bit bigger than the fish... soak it for 24 hours in water so it's completely saturated. Place it right on the grille with the fish on top of it, and slow-cook it - the steam off the plank really infuses the flavor into the fish.
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Just grilled up some AAA prime rib eye steaks today. I missed my BBQ after my road trip.

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^^^ those look money
nice grill marks
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this thread makes my mouth water just looking at the recipes and pictures..
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Just grilled up some AAA prime rib eye steaks today. I missed my BBQ after my road trip.

the grill marks look great, but is that a cut mark on the steak?

It's best not to cut into the piece of meat as you'll release all its juices. If you need to check tenderness, just feel the meat with your thumb, no need to cut into it.

If i'm spending good money on a steak, i personally prefer to sear my steak on a pan and finish in the oven, i like it when it's cooking in its own juices. I'm not picking on anyone, everyone has their own preference.
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No cuts. That's separation at the fat lines. Come on, you don't think I would know better?
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ribeye tends to split in middle always
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Dam those steaks make me want to eat =(

I noticed no one mentioned beef tenderloin .. personally think thats the best piece

Usually buy a Costco whole tenderloin , trim + portion it at home, perfect for parties! everyone gets a steak. (medium rares for all)
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what kind of grill ya got there Great68?
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Dam those steaks make me want to eat =(

I noticed no one mentioned beef tenderloin .. personally think thats the best piece

Usually buy a Costco whole tenderloin , trim + portion it at home, perfect for parties! everyone gets a steak. (medium rares for all)
i like filets, but flavor-wise, they're just not there compared to rib eyes.
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Skewered Quail eggs wrapped in bacon...MMmm.
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just bought a new grill at superstore today as the old one was way getting to small.
if anyone is looking for a deal on a grill, head to superstore.
There is not many propane ones left but lots of natural gas.
got a nice stainless steal with three tubes for only $299.

dont have any pictures but had some steak from Costco and grill vegies.
Grilled mushrooms are so good once it the sugars caramelizes.


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seems like there are lots of people giving PC BBQ grils a low rating.
The build quailty on mine looks good and everything fits perfectly.....
does anyone else have a PC grill?
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don't tell me you bought the stainless steel PC BBQ? the reviews are unfortunately very true. All the units looks very pleasing, big surface area for grilling, lots of storage etc, but in terms of heat distribution and quality of food, it would be wise to get another unit.

- the steel will eventually flex and warp due to the heat
- the heat distribution is very uneven on the grill, you have some very hot spots and some dead spots.
- the grilling plate itself is cheaply made, if you are not going to return it, try to at least get a different grilling plate.
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what kind of grill ya got there Great68?
It says Amana on it, but it's really made by Sureheat. Bought it at Home Depot.

Just made some cedar planked fresh wild sockeye with grainy mustard & maple syrup glaze. I'm not a huge fish eater, but this was MMMMMMMMMMMMM.
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don't tell me you bought the stainless steel PC BBQ? the reviews are unfortunately very true. All the units looks very pleasing, big surface area for grilling, lots of storage etc, but in terms of heat distribution and quality of food, it would be wise to get another unit.

- the steel will eventually flex and warp due to the heat
- the heat distribution is very uneven on the grill, you have some very hot spots and some dead spots.
- the grilling plate itself is cheaply made, if you are not going to return it, try to at least get a different grilling plate.
Ahh fuck, I built it already and used it....
Can you explain the part about the grilling plate?
I know this sounds like I'm trying to depend the PC grills, but the grilling
Plates appears to be solid and the heat was even yesterday when I used it.

My apologies if the questions sound very dumb,
I'm new to bbq in general and this is my first bbq.....
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I went into superstore last year and saw their pc brand bbq's, it looked really nice and i was shocked at the price tag, for the unit, i thought that price was tremendous value. I thought i would pick up a unit as a gift for my parents, acting hastily, i thought the price wouldn't last so i picked up the unit right away.

I put the unit together for my parents, they had about 10 bbq's during the summer and within 10 uses, you can see the flex and bending of the steel. Heat distribution was a problem from the beginning so i tried to find them another grilling plate, but unfortunately couldn't find one that would fit the unit.

being disappointed, i went online and noticed some pretty bad reviews. I should of done my research to begin with, but i thought at that time, the price was too good to pass. my parents ended up selling the unit on craigslist and they picked up a weber, let's just say they are much happier now with their bbq's.
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Weber all the way. In every thread on RS that has to do with BBQ's, Weber gets the votes. There are better BBQ's out there, but for mid range, Weber cannot be beat.

I love my Weber Genesis. I neglected to get a cover for the BBQ for close to a year and when I cleaned her up for this season, it was like new again. Everything about the BBQ is quality. Anyway, I'm starting to sound like a Weber fanboi.
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only thing i dont like about webers is their grill layout goes left to right which i find weird

webers are great bbq's same with anything by OMC

too bad i got lasik on monday otherwise i'd be smoking some pulled pork and brisket this weekend..its perfect smoking weather
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Made these last night:

Sirloin beef burgers with 10yr old cheddar right in the mix. Tomatoes and Lettuce from my garden.

Fuck yeah!
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it's BBQ/Grilling season all year long, not just summer months.
Amen!
In the past month I've probably cooked up a dozen pounds of wings, five or so pounds of burgers, a big ass ham, some monster steaks, some aspara and bacon, some scallops wrapped in proscutto (sp).
But throught the year I've done a turkey, plenty of salmon, prawns, countless beer can chickens, racks upon racks of slow roasted ribs and a few other hams.
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currently marinating some pork, and chicken for tommorow night, based on having it at my friends bbq:

http://www.eatingclubvancouver.com/2...-pork-bbq.html

it was sooo good, that i decided i'm gonna try it out!

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Just made a quick snack for myself..
Homemade Walnut Vinaigrette + Lemon Grass Pork skewers right off the grill


Firepit (blazing fire) + Fatty BBQ meat + Cold Beer = Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin

Those who want the sauce for the pork skewers
Marinade (soak for at least 30minutes)
- Lemon Grass (minced) *1 or 2 pieces from T&T*
- Garlic (minced) * 4-5 Cloves *
- Dark soy sauce * 250ml *
- Yellow onion or shallot (minced) * 1-2 Table spoon *
- S+P (fresh grind course) * To taste *
- Oyster Sauce * 2 Table spoons *
Note 1: This marinade isn't going to drench your meat, it will just coat it!
Note 2: The measurements are estimates I usually eye ball and look at the amount of meat I have and make w/e...

Type of pork used (mix it together)
- Side pork (Gives a nice fatty juicy piece) roughly $5-8 at superstore
- Pork roast (Leaner meat) roughly $13-18 at superstore

The recipe gets you roughly 50-70skewers (depending on how well you cut it and etc)
Also taste a lot better using charcoal then a normal propane grill.
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