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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 880248 times)

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Offline Bobberineyes

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Kind of bad pic, been awhile since ribeyes were seared in cast iron with butter n rosemary. Super soft n juicey , although the taters got burnt I'll still hafta keep my eye out for the claws....

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That sounds and looks really good, Bobb.

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Man that sounds & looks good boober! Hopefully you had your night vision goggles on to avoid getting pawed in the dark... :whistling:
« Last Edit: January 01/28/24, 06:59:50 AM by Dotch »
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sure does sound good!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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I see the food inspector is right there ready to check it out!!!!!  good pup!!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
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I like a good pork steak too.   :happy1:

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I see the food inspector is right there ready to check it out!!!!!  good pup!!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
ain't he always.  :confused: :doofus: :rotflmao:
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I see the food inspector is right there ready to check it out!!!!!  good pup!!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
ain't he always.  :confused: :doofus: :rotflmao:

yuppers!!!   got to love it!!!   :rotflmao: :happy1: :happy1:
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I think he wanted a closer look at those lines on the pork steak!  :rotflmao: Borgers tonite under the lights with o-rings as well as Mrs. G's slaw & mac salad. Dazzled the Mrs. with my footwork. No word from boober. Hope he made it. :sad:
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Chicken patties and orida seasoned fries! :happy1:

« Last Edit: February 02/04/24, 07:52:12 PM by glenn57 »
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No action shots, you sure you didn't microwave them glenn??  :rotflmao: Change a plans this away,  the Traeger got the nod with the steelhead ( farm raised I'm sure) and the coconut shrimp. Momma has Brussel spouts coated with something in da oven!!

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Looks good boober!! I prefer to do my action shots without  cameras  :happy1: :rotflmao:
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sure does look good Bobber!!   :happy1: :happy1:
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Charcoal grilled chicky with some hickory chips thrown in for good measure   :hubba:

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looks darn good buddy!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
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That does really look good.  Been awhile since I have grilled some chicken. 

Offline Bobberineyes

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Gotta love chicken over charcoal!! Looks good Glenn!!

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OK who's gonna try this first
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Hey look your bobber is up!

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a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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 :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:  That is a lot of writing. 

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      OK folks. I don't mean to hijack here but I have a question.
      I have always used a propane torch to light my charcoal. It works but I recently bought one of those charcoal chimneys. First time using it tonight. It holds 3 pounds, it says. I loaded it up and it took about 30 minutes for the coals to be ready. That's not the problem.
      Once I pour out the hot briquettes, will it cool the heat if I throw more charcoal on the fire?
      Thanks.
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Personally I never liked them. I don't use one but seen people how do. I think there limited to what you are grilling. I prefer charcoal lier fluidjust my opinion 
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      OK folks. I don't mean to hijack here but I have a question.
      I have always used a propane torch to light my charcoal. It works but I recently bought one of those charcoal chimneys. First time using it tonight. It holds 3 pounds, it says. I loaded it up and it took about 30 minutes for the coals to be ready. That's not the problem.
      Once I pour out the hot briquettes, will it cool the heat if I throw more charcoal on the fire?
      Thanks.

maybe some but it will depend on how much you add I'm thinking.. for the most part I have never added more till later in the cooking..   or are doing a whole hog???   :scratch:
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Personally I never liked them. I don't use one but seen people how do. I think there limited to what you are grilling. I prefer charcoal lier fluidjust my opinion 
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Lighter fluid is the worst thing to use.  I use an electric thing or a torch.  You can taste that lighter fluid in everything cooked using it.  I used to use it till I realized that.  Although I used to use it too.  Heck I even used gas if I ran out of fluid.  Yes you can add coals on top of hot ones.
« Last Edit: February 02/14/24, 07:10:28 PM by LPS »

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      I did 4 reasonably thick pork chops (1-1/2", about), some burgers and a few brats. I use a Weber kettle grill. Bottom vent open 100%, top vent open 100%.
      Chops took about 25 minutes but I never got hotter than about 350°.
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close the vents to slow down the burn...   low and slow..  Dotch, your thoughts?????
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Personally I never liked them. I don't use one but seen people how do. I think there limited to what you are grilling. I prefer charcoal lier fluidjust my opinion 
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Lighter fluid is the worst thing to use.  I use an electric thing or a torch.  You can taste that lighter fluid in everything cooked using it.  I used to use it till I realized that.  Although I used to use it too.  Heck I even used gas if I ran out of fluid.  Yes you can add coals on top of hot ones.
depends on the brand of lighter fluid. And hot hot you get the coals before you throw the meat on

From my experience those electric ones don't last long for the money you pay for them

Just my opinion 
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!