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Old 08-20-2011, 12:11 AM   #176
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I like Beef ribs too...I like the higher fat content.
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:40 PM   #177
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Is that why beef ribs win rib cookout contests? Dont think so.
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No one has any suggestions to my grill question?
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I would suggest something with dual burners for indirect heat even if you're just cooking for two. just much more versatile.
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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.
most tanks that use the disposable tanks can use the adapter hose to run off a 20# tank.

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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.
You should soak the plank a little longer, I soak for 5 hours to make sure it doesn't catch fire. Also as mentioned, you should place the salmon directly ontop of the cedar so it can absorb more cedar flavor. I can't tell for sure from your pics but you should also remove the salmon skin as well since it will act like the orange slices and hinder the absorption of the flavor. good luck with it!!!!
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I would suggest something with dual burners for indirect heat even if you're just cooking for two. just much more versatile.
Thanks, I guess the Jackson Grills Versa 75 won't do then. Too many Barbeque Brand names. haha
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most tanks that use the disposable tanks can use the adapter hose to run off a 20# tank.

Are most of the hose' universal? I'm assuming the male ends are all the same size and have the same thread pitch.
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theres actually some that arent compatible with all propane tanks.
my friend has a 5yr old tank and they dont make the hoses for it anymore.
he has to buy a new hose or exchange/buy a new tank.
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Seems like most of the portable table top grills are mostly Single 2-burner tube. I guess in order to have a dual burner system, the cooking area has to be a atleast 350 sq in? I'm looking for a grill to bring to Parks/beaches, so it can't be too heavy to lug around. At the same time it has to pack enough heat to grill some steaks.

I guess, I have to go check out the grills myself in person in order to make an assumption. Any additional advice, suggestions, and opinions are definitely welcome!
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Old 09-11-2011, 03:36 PM   #185
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2 pork butts for pulled pork. went on at 630am, gas bbq, apple wood chips soaked in apple juice.
I made a rub and mop for it, mopping every hour
(mop has sleemans honey brown,cattleboys bbq sauce, rub spices, ketchup, worchestershire, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, apple juice, beef broth)

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2 hours in


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still on and should be comming off in a hour getting hungry!


finally after 10.5 hours, rested for 45 mins and pulled


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How much propane did you go through for a 10 hour cook off like that?
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Old 09-13-2011, 06:09 AM   #187
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How much propane did you go through for a 10 hour cook off like that?
im guessing 1/2 of a 20 lb tank, because i had done a 12 hour brisket and some other grilling on it weeks prior to this ,and i ran out with a hour to go. good thing i noticed and had another tank.
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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.
The grills are very nie all SS and are made on the island so parts are easy to come by as well. I'm actually a local distributor for them but I would honestly go with the Webber Q100. It's a great quality portable grill and the pricing is reasonible as well.
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Old 09-13-2011, 07:13 PM   #189
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here's the brisket i did a few weeks ago. haha was so excited it was done i forgot to take a pic when i took it off and sliced it

rubbed and set over night


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we have a smoking thread put the pics in there

btw have you ever thought about getting a standalone smoker? food looks good!
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Time to bump this thread, i am hosting my first BBQ this year in 2 weeks! excited!
Btw Home outfitters has all BBQ accessories for 60% off this weekend, picked up some new tools for grilling too
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Grilled shrimp and scallop skewers ... So tasty!! Marinated in coconut milk, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, chilli oil, honey, cilantro, green onion, s+p
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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.
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bought planks from costco and finally was able to try grilling salmon on it for the first time. i just threw some lemon slices on top and it tasted great. considering i'm a very novice bbq'er i'm quite happy i tried it. are there any other good fish i could use on the plank or meat?
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Welcome to BBQ season 2013! Just finished cleaning out my Travel Q of the winter crud, ready for the weekend's wheelin' adventures

And to kick off the season, I have a freebie to offer! My Jeep came with a bunch of stuff the previous owner left in it, including this brand-new burner:



If anyone has a BBQ this will fit, they're welcome to it - pick up in Pitt Meadows.
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anybody know good meat shops in Richmond? looking for chicken breast marinated indian style (butterchicken, tandoori, lemon grass...etc)

The only place i know is the save-on @ Nordel/Scott...
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