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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 656790 times)

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In tonite's episode we cover chicky thighs and why they're important. Base layer of Cavenders & lord only knows what BBQ sauce went on them the last ~7 minutes. Was dead still & the fire was hot. No time for a corporate meeting to plot strategy; time to act! :doah: The 3 nasty G&T's probably didn't help. Still noshing on last year's buttercup squash crop, Mrs. Gerry's tater salad & lettuce salad with French dressing. Was looking for more color tonite. Last meal I posted looked colorless, like something a Norwegian or Swede would deem safe to eat. If it's white, it shouldn't be too spicy. Did I mention Mrs. Cheviot is half Norwegian?  :coffee:
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Man that chicken looks great!

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Man that chicken looks great!

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that chicken must really be calling ya LPS!!!    :rotflmao: :happy1:
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LOL  Looks great doesn't it?   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

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It sure does gents! Good looking grub Dotch! Even if momma might be otta town one needs to keep an eye out with the wafting of aromas... she'll attack with no warning. 

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I'm on high alert boober. I'm going to delete this pic afore'n she sees it. No tellin' what might happen... :shocked:



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looks real tasty!!!    :happy1:
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Now that looks splendid!! I'd be doing my stretches just in case Dotch,  never know what these ladies are capable of!! As crabby as mine is now I could grill nekkid and not worry... perfect!!

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dats funny!!!  sorry Bobber Glenn made say it!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Wafting, now that is a good word.  Makes me want to cook something over a fire.  As a matter of fact I will.  More brats with beans. 

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dats funny!!!  sorry Bobber Glenn made say it!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
I hear ya Mike, I just don't need the neighbor ladies jumping the fence, soooo I'll hafta reconsider that thought.. :doah:

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It's not on yet but I am thinking a big ol ribeye on the grill tonight.  I will slather it with spices and let it sit getting ready for me.  And a nice salad from the garden too.  Will need to go buy some maters though.

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I'm hankering a big fat ribeye also lps. But tonight we had to try slyvees fresh brats simmered in good beer ( Busch lite) , picked and sliced the years first yellow zucchini,  dang was it tasty! 
 

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Master grillers thinkin alike boober!! :happy1: tubes on the right are Sheboygan Italian sausage, ones on the left are weiners we got from my granddaughter and her squeeze. The weiners are really good the Sheboygan was so so. I'll be looking at other brands on the future.
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 No brats were harmed in beer?
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Nope, beer is meant to drink.

I've actually had it in beer and it's good, but I never remember to do it. :confused:

Also had them plain grilled and simmered in a roaster that they put beer in. Good that way too! :happy1:
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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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I buy the Sheboygan fresh Italian Sausage, Cheddar Brats and Beef Brats and I think they are the best thing going.  I try them all that are available up here and those are my favorites when they are available.   That is not all of the time.  The hot dog selection is terrible.  I read that Hebrew Nationals were the thing so bought a big pkg of them and they are a no go.  I think Nathans are the thing to buy here if the Sheboygan hot dogs aren't available.  Shouldn't be that hard of a deal to just buy a good hot dog but the have all gone cheap meats and it is obvious. 

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Only reason I bought them was the stuff Teal's makes where our. Not sure but the Sheboygan tasted like they were old??? :scratch:
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All I have to say is “Ambassadors” you can’t beat them!

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I rarely see Ambassadors around here neither.  Darn.

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Didn't have boobers issues with rain. Spent all day making this up!! :evil: :rolleyes:

Ok wife picked it up at cashwise!! :sleazy:
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What do you think gunner? Looks seared to me... :rotflmao:
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What do you think gunner? Looks seared to me... :rotflmao:
:pouty: :pouty: :rotflmao: mayhaps a little!! :nerd: :nerd:
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mango habanero brats for lunch today!!!

hobo dinner on the grill tonight!!!  burger, taters, onion, carrots, mushrooms and bacon!!!   
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hey boober...........i see you grilling zookini now and then. since its soon the season, how do you make them on the grill??? seasonings. i might try it this year??? i'm sure we canget somesince it seems everyone has it and grows like a weed!!!!!!!

well anyone for that matter........i'd be interested  to find out and try. :happy1:
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Good job on the kaboobs Glenn!! As far as zookini goes I like the little yellow ones instead of the big green ones, they are tasty right away but not so good the next day for leftovers cuz mushy, I just cut up enough for the night. Brush em with oil then use whatever seasoning you want, I used pink salt last batch but it seemed like too much. After ya flip em shake on some parmesan cheese, I spose there on the grill for 10 minutes maybe. The wife just mentioned she read something on soaking the slices in salt water for a couple hours to help pull some moisture out, I may try that next time just to see...

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Switched gears a little last nite. Had asked the wife if I should thaw out some burger or if she wanted to pick up something while she was in Albert's Leaf. She opted for the latter. Thought maybe she'd stop at Conger meats but went to HyVee instead. The wild rice brats from Nick's in Hayward were probably the best wild rice brats I've had from the local area shops. They've always had quality stuff. We used to haul lambs there when my wife had her shop in Hayward. Of particular note is the TNT with Spotted Cow chaser. Nummy on a hot humid nite!  :hubba:

 
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