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Old 06-29-2011, 05:25 PM   #151
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Bah I got 2 bbqs and it's only me and the wife but great starter BBQ I got there
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same here. Got a big grill and a small grill. Small ones good when your using it to smoke when you have guests over. And I live by myself.. double fisting the BBQ's
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Old 06-30-2011, 06:24 PM   #153
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Salmon getting ready for the BBQ. Came out just perfect..

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Salmon getting ready for the BBQ. Came out just perfect..

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Old 07-19-2011, 09:31 PM   #155
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a recent experiment with Ahi Tuna grilling steaks

These puppies were $6 a piece



All done with a chopped salad
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Old 07-23-2011, 11:41 PM   #156
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Anyone know where I can buy a grass fed/finished brisket? Did a grassfed grain finished one from beefway meats today best I had so far.
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Had some friends over last night and We did Bavarian smokies, European weiners, hamburgers, beef skewers with peppers and onions and grilled zuchinni last night.
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just ate and looking through the pages made me hungry again glad im having bbq tmr
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We need a BBQ grill thread. Like what grills reviews Pros/Cons.
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We need a BBQ grill thread. Like what grills reviews Pros/Cons.
A full-size one or portable? Weber Q-series are good compact grills that work well on smaller patios and balconies.

Full size, Broil King and Weber are probably the most popular. Plus Broil King is a Canadian company afaik. My parents have a smaller Broil King that has lasted almost 2 decades that we still use, so in my experience they are solid.
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a recent experiment with Ahi Tuna grilling steaks
Did you sear the steaks directly on the grills? Did you have any issues with sticking?
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I figured out how to do my own Nandos original chicken marinade at home, I'd say it's about 90% there.
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Found some rough cuts of salmon.

Going to try cedar planking.

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On the grill


On a pan so I dont catch my outdoor table on fire


I think the plank I got was not the best quality.
Only got a minor cedar plank taste.
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You guys have any killer rib recipes? Also what type of ribs do you buy?
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beef ribs are good...but huge and hard to eat lol
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Found some rough cuts of salmon.

Going to try cedar planking.

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On a pan so I dont catch my outdoor table on fire


I think the plank I got was not the best quality.
Only got a minor cedar plank taste.
did you soak the plank in water before? as well with all the orange slides under the salmon it would be harder to absorb the cedar flavour
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did you soak the plank in water before? as well with all the orange slides under the salmon it would be harder to absorb the cedar flavour

yup I soaked the plan for 2 hours.

I will keep the salmon on the plank directly next time.
I was browsing for recipe and the one I chose asked for a bed of oranges.
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I'm looking for a "Tabletop" portable grill that can run off 20lb tanks. I was looking at Jackson Grills Versa 75 grill and they look decent. Stainless steel construction but are they worth their price? They seem to use a single 12,000 BTU 2 burner. Any other recommendations? It's best if the grates are stainless steel but that isn't a requirement as long as it's reasonably priced.
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Guy is a retard, beef ribs are garbage.
i wish i could fail you.. no food is garbage if done correctly, especially beef ribs

beef ribs are the bones that is cut out from ribeye steaks, which is in my opinion the best cut of steak. This means that beef ribs are both extremely flavourful, juicy and meaty

maybe you just cook like a retard
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Is that why beef ribs win rib cookout contests? Dont think so.
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