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Old 04-13-2011, 11:58 AM
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Probably a wise choice - - - - I got a sale pamphlet from Lowe's today that had one for $139 and it's probably a thin gauge import also. Glad you managed to get "2 birds with one smoker" (there's a pun there somewhere) I use those cheap throw away aluminum baking pans and it sure beats having to clean up those bird drippings afterwards.

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Old 04-15-2011, 11:45 AM
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With all the nice warm dry weather we've been having, I got the hungries for some grilled "Dawgs" so yesterday I picked up all the fixins and fired up the pit this morning.

I grilled the Oscar Myer's until they were sweating and had plenty of grill marks all
the way around. Spread some butter inside the buns and then laid them on the grill
for a few minutes.

Then I got me a plate and put 2 open faced buns on it and started creating.
First thing was some brown mustard, then came a thin layer of Claussens' sauerkraut,
a layer of chopped roasted jalapenos and onions, weiners, Wolf Brand chili and
grated colby jack cheese.

I had every intention of putting 3 or 4 away but after Two
I decided to stop. There's no doubt what I'll have for supper tonight !
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I make brats and Italian sausage sometimes. I use bollo rolls. Sauerkraut and spicey brown mustard is tastey. I also wrap onions and bell peppers in foil and put a dab of butter in with it. It steams them real good.
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Tri tip sandwichs with bell pepers and onions. Tri tip marinated in sesame ginger.
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Old 04-23-2011, 10:55 AM
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I wanted to do a Beer Butt Bird today but I didn't
want to waste the mesquite grilling opportunity that
is sometimes available so I decided to do some
bacon wrapped shrimp and several different kinds
of links that were in the frig while the coals were
getting right and ready for the BBB ! Bird is on the
pit and most of the links and "all" of the bacon wrapped
shrimp is gone gone. Wiffy said it was the best shrimp she
had ever eaten but she loves me and may be a little bias.
Bird should be ready in about an hour.
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man, I'm cleaning the grill today and taking out some chicken. That looks good. It's about that time of year. I'll do teriyaki chicken and some zucchini and lime. Pretty good over some beers.
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Old 04-23-2011, 11:11 AM
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Yum Yum, I really like zucchini and squash fixed on the grill - - - - - especially with venison tenderloins. I even grill my onions and jalapenos when I grill burgers and dogs. Post up some pics if you can.
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Old 04-23-2011, 04:15 PM
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Bird turned out nice and juicy as always !


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Thanks a lot! I have nothing right now to make, damn that looks good!

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looks juicy and tender too. yum!
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I made some beer can chicken and country style ribs last weekend. I used a charcoal grill and a gas grill set up next to each other. I used the same glaze made with teriyaki, apple juice and brown sugar on both. The glaze gives more flavor to the chicken than it does to the ribs. The pan for the beer can chicken cleans up easier than it looks.
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Old 05-08-2011, 06:04 PM
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Beautiful - - - I've been wondering where you were hanging out these days. Left over goulash ain't gonna taste very good after looking at those pics.
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My puter got the virous. It's working now but it's real slow. Next time I am going to do the BBQ different. I am going to use the rear rack for 2 tri tips behind the beer can chicken. The Weber kettle is going to be used for racks of ribs. Someone made a video of the tri tip cooking, you could hear it sizzling and you could see it dripping.
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I just got done with a rack of ribs with some KC style sauce. They were tastey.
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Old 05-13-2011, 03:08 PM
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Yum Yum - - Silverhawk would call those "larapin" !

I haven't done a rack of pork ribs in a long time and
I'm way over due. Damn I'm hungry now !

However, I did find me a charcoal/smoker that I'm
gonna buy at Academy Sports. It is made by
Oklahoma Joe's from good heavy gauge steel and
costs only $299. Just the right size for me and the
Wiffy but, if I had to, I could probably do 2 briskets easily.
However, I might have to do some creative
thinking to get a couple of beer butt birds in there.
They had another model for $399 but it only had
a few more bells and whistles but not any more
grilling surface or capacity.

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