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Old 03-08-2011, 08:25 PM   #101
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i grabbed a 4 pack of filet mignons from costco & made garlic mashed potatoes and sauteed mushrooms for sides. ill prob make a philly cheese steak sandwhich with the left over 2 steaks
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Old 04-24-2011, 04:00 PM   #102
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first smoke on my new pellet pooper


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Brisket is up for my next smoke hmm
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Wow nice, there's not enough low&slow recipes in here... Details?
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Old 04-24-2011, 05:07 PM   #105
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lol just some rub +13 hours in the bbq, 195F internal temp and shreds easy
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Old 04-24-2011, 05:59 PM   #106
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Did you get the bbq locally? Where do u get your pellets?
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Old 04-24-2011, 06:40 PM   #107
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4 Newyork strip loins with honey garlic bbq sauce.

i put on steak seasoning and olive oil on the steaks and let them chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours and then i put them on a super hot grill for a minute ( just to have nice grill marks) and then i turned the heat medium and brushed the bbq sauce on the steaks and then i let the sauce carmelize and become sticky.

I also had some wings with just a basic creamy franks red hot sauce. I put the wings on high heat to become crispy and then i let them just slowly roast. nothing too special but fuckin delicious
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Old 04-24-2011, 07:00 PM   #108
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pelletbbq's are getting more popular right now

you can get traegers from rona, rod's building supplies

Mine is a green mountain grill and bought mine from a local dealer here, I also get my pellets from him, cheaper then traeger pellets from rona!

Thing i love about it is I can set it at whatever temperature I want and walk away, for this smoke I put the meat on at 2am, set the temperature at 240F and went to sleep, checked on it at 8am and temperature was a steady 240F, you have no idea what a pain in the ass it was to wake up at 4am and constantly tend to my old smoker tending to the wood, and water pan ugh
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Thats pretty awesome. How much did you pick it up for.
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got it for $700, to me it was worth it, the local dealer threw in a cover and some pellets to get me started!

just do your research, so many pellet cookers out there right now, www.pelletheads.com has a great forum!
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Thats pretty awesome. How much did you pick it up for.
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almost perfect, took my BBQ apart completely and cleaned it out until it looked brand new, heat is much more effective now

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^ ughh thats what i need too do, its so much work though but its really annoying how if you turn the bbq on high meat drippings and bits of meats under the grill catch fire and if then you gotta blow the fire out or else your whole steak will be burnt.
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Name of dealer? The american ones are 750$+ that i've seen.
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Pacific Coast Grills
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Not sure what the pricing is, but you can always drop by his place and get him to give you a demo!
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Just had grilled Chicken Wings at my friends house. It was marianted in some Indian spices im not too familiar with, but it was sooooo good. Fell right off the bone..
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best way to cook chicken wings hands down [lengthy process though]

deep fry until about 75% cooked, then cook in the oven in a tray lined with butter

keep basting them in your hot sauce etc. and cook in the oven for minimum 25 min so the wings are basically simmering in the sauce/butter

best wings you'll ever have
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i have a unique recipe for fried chicken:

steam them until 50% cooked, cool/dry them in the fridge, then fry in extra hot oil (around 380) to finish.

results in extra crispy skin. you dont even really much of a batter at all
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Just had grilled Chicken Wings at my friends house. It was marianted in some Indian spices im not too familiar with, but it was sooooo good. Fell right off the bone..
That's tandoori or lemon chicken, go to any indian meat shop and they'll hook you up, it's pretty cheap too. My favorite indian meat shop is on the west side of fraser just off of 51st avenue, they're open late too.

BBQing up some chicken breast right now I still haven't mastered beef it's a PITA. I usually pan fry my burgers because I always screw up on the grill. Tips anyone? I always overcook or undercook them. I even managed to screw up frozen costco burger patties on the grill. How long do you usually let them sit on the grill for/what kind of heat?
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Shame rods building supply doesn't have much of a selection of pellets where are you getting your dif flavor pellets?
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I'm just using the GMG pellets right now, plenty of flavour which I was sort of skeptical about at first, but it was pretty much spot on like my previous propane smoker. For now i'll be using the GMG pellets unless I can find anything cheaper.

If I did want some flavoured pellets I'd be ordering from bbq delight and shipping it to point roberts

Got 2 slabs of back ribs rubbed and ready to go for tommorow's game and fight oh yeah!
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How does your bbq work with stuff like cedar plank salmon? U would just not need the wood plank anymore and find cedar pellets?
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never done cedar plank salmon(personally not a fan of bbq'ing salmon) so I can't really help u there sorry

got 2 ribs right now, some farmers sausage and some chicken thighs on right now
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Picked one up at rods today and saw some surface rust on opening and the cover that was supposed to come with it wasn't in the box...
Fired it up for a minute and wow the smell of that wood just has me all drooling already.

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which traeger did you get? the lil tex?
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