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  • Bbq!

    As there is truly no "BBQ Season" in my opinion (to me it is a year long event) it is about time for the "more" BBQ season, season.

    So, what do you make or like?

    I've just grilled, tonight, flank steaks "stuffed" with a mellow goat cheese and herbs with sautee'd mushrooms on the side. Of course they're made with a red wine. HOWEVER! Next time you sautee mushrooms, try a good white wine, yes I'm serious.

    My plans for the near future...... Pork loin stuffed with sausage. Also Halibut wrapped in prousceutto (salty ham stuff) and then wrapped in potato slices (like scalloped potatos).
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  • #2
    barbeque brontosaurus ribs ...

    seriously? EVERYTHING! You kill it, I'll grill it. (I try killing stuff during those magical weeks of guns and snow, but they were hiding better than I was seeking this year.)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by roshkoch View Post
      barbeque brontosaurus ribs ...
      I can only dream
      My body is a temple and my tattoos are the stained glass.

      You can take away my worldly things, you can take away my life. There's one thing you can't touch.... MY FAITH IN GOD

      www.eviltoddlers.com

      ..._______
      ./|___..__|
      |/__/|.|_/
      ...the BIG
      .....|.|_|
      .....|/_/

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      • #4
        BBQing is the best part of summer.

        If it can be incorporated into Fall/Winter I am all for it.
        When a Gentile asked Hillel to teach him the entire Torah while he stood on one foot, Hillel replied, "What you dislike don't do to others-this is the whole Torah, the rest is commentary. Go and learn."


        "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it. "
        - Mark Twain

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        • #5
          We pretty much BBQ around the year. Usually nothing fancy, just slap some chicken, beef, pork, salmon on the grill. Usually spice with Montreal steak spice (for beef). Occasionally will make some teriyaki kebabs with pepper, onion and tomatoes.
          Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not wise to ask such questions.
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          • #6
            Oh man, we've got like 50 premium beef ribs we're supposed to grill at work. With my luck, missing work today, they probably had em.
            Jeremy, a bondservant of the Lord.

            Today is a good day to die for Christ.

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            • #7
              I inherited a grill after helping a soldier move back home and intend to do some grilling with it. I'm a grilling n00b, but we'll see how it goes in the future.
              The minstrel boy to the war is gone,
              In the ranks of death ye will find him;
              His father's sword he hath girded on,
              And his wild harp slung behind him;
              "Land of Song!" said the warrior bard,
              "Tho' all the world betray thee,
              One sword, at least, thy rights shall guard,
              One faithful harp shall praise thee!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Clavicula_Nox View Post
                I inherited a grill after helping a soldier move back home and intend to do some grilling with it. I'm a grilling n00b, but we'll see how it goes in the future.
                All you can do then, is get better! There are great grilling forums out there, do a little search and you will find them
                My body is a temple and my tattoos are the stained glass.

                You can take away my worldly things, you can take away my life. There's one thing you can't touch.... MY FAITH IN GOD

                www.eviltoddlers.com

                ..._______
                ./|___..__|
                |/__/|.|_/
                ...the BIG
                .....|.|_|
                .....|/_/

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                • #9
                  I love doing salmon... though my method doesn't leverage the grill so much as it just requires heat. Never the less, it is absolutely fool proof.

                  - Put a salmon steak on a square of tin foil (I prefer steak cuts to butterfly cuts).
                  - Sprinkle liberally with dill... don't be shy.
                  - Slice up a lemon (about half a lemon per steak) and put the slices on and to the side of the steak.
                  - Fold the tinfoil around the salmon and throw that sucker on some heat.

                  It should take 20 minutes to half an hour... but its REALLY hard to overdo. When you check it, peel back the foil, stick a fork in and twist gently. If it "flakes" its done. It should be a pinkish color instead of orange.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by HisLeast View Post
                    I love doing salmon... though my method doesn't leverage the grill so much as it just requires heat. Never the less, it is absolutely fool proof.

                    - Put a salmon steak on a square of tin foil (I prefer steak cuts to butterfly cuts).
                    - Sprinkle liberally with dill... don't be shy.
                    - Slice up a lemon (about half a lemon per steak) and put the slices on and to the side of the steak.
                    - Fold the tinfoil around the salmon and throw that sucker on some heat.

                    It should take 20 minutes to half an hour... but its REALLY hard to overdo. When you check it, peel back the foil, stick a fork in and twist gently. If it "flakes" its done. It should be a pinkish color instead of orange.
                    Salmon and Tuna on the grill are like a little taste of heaven
                    When a Gentile asked Hillel to teach him the entire Torah while he stood on one foot, Hillel replied, "What you dislike don't do to others-this is the whole Torah, the rest is commentary. Go and learn."


                    "Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it. "
                    - Mark Twain

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by HisLeast View Post
                      I love doing salmon... though my method doesn't leverage the grill so much as it just requires heat. Never the less, it is absolutely fool proof.

                      - Put a salmon steak on a square of tin foil (I prefer steak cuts to butterfly cuts).
                      - Sprinkle liberally with dill... don't be shy.
                      - Slice up a lemon (about half a lemon per steak) and put the slices on and to the side of the steak.
                      - Fold the tinfoil around the salmon and throw that sucker on some heat.

                      It should take 20 minutes to half an hour... but its REALLY hard to overdo. When you check it, peel back the foil, stick a fork in and twist gently. If it "flakes" its done. It should be a pinkish color instead of orange.
                      That sounds good. Here's my version...

                      salmon filet on foil (use that new non-stick kind). Then pour a little white wine and squeeze 1/2 of a lemon on it. Then sprinkle with Montreal Steak Seasoning and a little kosher or sea salt. Then put a couple pads of butter on the salmon and wrap it up and cook.
                      My body is a temple and my tattoos are the stained glass.

                      You can take away my worldly things, you can take away my life. There's one thing you can't touch.... MY FAITH IN GOD

                      www.eviltoddlers.com

                      ..._______
                      ./|___..__|
                      |/__/|.|_/
                      ...the BIG
                      .....|.|_|
                      .....|/_/

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                      • #12
                        Any of you guys done BBQ pizza?

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                        • #13
                          Talked to my boy James aka "King'uh'Q" here at work. He sends you all his blessings.

                          (hotlinke to BBQ forums and recipes)

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                          • #14
                            I grill everything and anything and slow smoking is the best
                            Slug1--out

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                            • #15
                              Oh, man, BBQ? I am in the "kill it, I'll eat it" category - and meat demands fire, not heat! And that's 17 seconds on one side of the steak, 17 on the other - if it ain't still bleeding and cold in the middle, it's overcooked!

                              BigT, I always stand in awe at your barbecue threads, so I'll not even seek to compare, but I will offer you one of my personal BBQ favorites thus far unmentioned, Rosemary Quail/Rabbit/Dove. You want succulent, bro, this is the food for you.

                              Split the rabbit (always Cottons, don't try this with Jacks), breast the Quail, or cavity the Dove.

                              Melt REAL butter in the micro or on the fire. Then add garlic clove (crushed and diced), Allspice, Old Bay Seasoning, a touch of Oregano, and a touch of Sea Salt. Then squeeze in one full lime. Mix it up really well.

                              Baste that meat, then sprinkle with FRESH Rosemary. Wrap airtight in tinfoil. Cook.

                              Wash any of that down with a nice, fruity White Wine like a Chablis (helps the gamy taste), serve with Spanish rice and salsa, a fresh spinach salad with avocado, and a light fruit salad for desert, and you will indeed make best friends of your taste buds, my friend. Wild game is always better, of course, and if you don't drink, wash it down with a nice spiced tea.

                              Delectable.

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