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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 925718 times)

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Offline Jrasmussen

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I love thick cut chops too. If anyone is in the Rogers area stop in to Center Cut Meats old downtown area. They sell them seasoned and will sell there seasoning in bulk. I buy it in a tub when I'm there, they will sell it in the shakers too. Really good stuff, people will swear the chops are smoked.

Offline Bobberineyes

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Movie night so I shouldn't have to run...too much. Ribeyes,  shrooms n bacon wrapped taters. I did tho take a page otta Sharon's book and plop some butter on the last leg of the ribeyes journey!!!  :happy1:

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You can’t put too much butter on anything.

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I'll bet you liked that butter flavor too!!! 
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Look out boober if the Mrs. comes after ya with a stick of butter & that look in her eye! :shocked:

   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=houWTeGvDDw 

No butter, just lamborgers, beans & sunflower crunch salad. Been working on my footwork. Think it's paying off... :coffee:

« Last Edit: May 05/26/24, 09:16:18 PM by Dotch »
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Offline Sharon

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First time making burgers on the grill and they turned out great! 😋😋🍔🍔

EDIT - I'll see if I can re-upload the photos!

« Last Edit: May 05/28/24, 07:43:16 AM by Sharon »
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awesome!!!   pic's not loading but burgers are hard to beat!!! 
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fresh strawberries!!!  yum!!!   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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It's about time you have your own grilling show on TV Sharon. 

Offline Leech~~

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First time making burgers on the grill and they turned out great! 😋😋🍔🍔

EDIT - I'll see if I can re-upload the photos!
Perfect memorial weekend meal!  :happy1:
By the way where did you get them grill tools?  Want um.
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

Offline Sharon

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First time making burgers on the grill and they turned out great! 😋😋🍔🍔

EDIT - I'll see if I can re-upload the photos!
Perfect memorial weekend meal!  :happy1:
By the way where did you get them grill tools?  Want um.

I'm not sure where we got them, they are my late husband's. He liked Craftsman tools and they made this grill kit with the Craftsman handles probably 20 years ago now. Maybe from Sears back then if memory serves me.  :smiley:


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I see those beans are strategically positioned in a bowl so as not to touch the rest of the food... :happy1:
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 :rotflmao: :rotflmao:  Good point Dotch.  I forgot that program.  LOL   I usually just do ribs on the weekend.  Now being retired I keep saying I should do them during the week but just haven't.  Today I will be finally doing some ribs during the week.  I better go rub them right now.  Things are a little different when the Grandson is here.  AND that is a great thing!  LOL

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First time making burgers on the grill and they turned out great! 😋😋🍔🍔

EDIT - I'll see if I can re-upload the photos!
Perfect memorial weekend meal!  :happy1:
By the way where did you get them grill tools?  Want um.

I'm not sure where we got them, they are my late husband's. He liked Craftsman tools and they made this grill kit with the Craftsman handles probably 20 years ago now. Maybe from Sears back then if memory serves me.  :smiley:
20 years sounds about right, the last time I was in a open Sears?  Might have to break out the Google to find them now?
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Found some on ebay. One set (used) was $20 for spatula, tongs, brush and fork. Another used set same as the first & includes a grill scraper for $35. Some new in the packaging yet for $75 - $80. Look decent, better than some of the stuff I use sometimes, especially the tongs. 
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Found some on ebay. One set (used) was $20 for spatula, tongs, brush and fork. Another used set same as the first & includes a grill scraper for $35. Some new in the packaging yet for $75 - $80. Look decent, better than some of the stuff I use sometimes, especially the tongs.

careful Glenn will want a set!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Found some on ebay. One set (used) was $20 for spatula, tongs, brush and fork. Another used set same as the first & includes a grill scraper for $35. Some new in the packaging yet for $75 - $80. Look decent, better than some of the stuff I use sometimes, especially the tongs.

careful Glenn will want a set!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
Maybe he'll finally mail me something useful!  :pouty: :coffee:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

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 :coffee:
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Those are pretty cool.  Never seen them before.  I like Craftsman stuff too.

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Found some on ebay. One set (used) was $20 for spatula, tongs, brush and fork. Another used set same as the first & includes a grill scraper for $35. Some new in the packaging yet for $75 - $80. Look decent, better than some of the stuff I use sometimes, especially the tongs.
Dang it, now don't everyone go buying them all up now!   :doah:
« Last Edit: May 05/30/24, 10:04:02 PM by Leech~~ »
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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Found some on ebay. One set (used) was $20 for spatula, tongs, brush and fork. Another used set same as the first & includes a grill scraper for $35. Some new in the packaging yet for $75 - $80. Look decent, better than some of the stuff I use sometimes, especially the tongs.
Shouldn't have said Google!  :tut:
« Last Edit: May 05/28/24, 08:29:57 PM by Leech~~ »
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

Offline Sharon

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I made some real brats on the grill tonight rather than those pre-cooked ones and they’re fantastic!😋😁👍🏻
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I made some real brats on the grill tonight rather than those pre-cooked ones and they’re fantastic!😋😁👍🏻
What's nice with brats. The left overs can be thin sliced and put into a cold pasta salad!   :happy1:
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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Or in scrambled eggs for breakfast. With Tabasco. :happy1: :happy1:
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I used to love the precooked ones but they sure have changed over the years. I got 2 pkgs on sale and cooked one pkg and may throw them away.  But we do like the fresh ones like Sharon grilled.  Good job on those Sharon. 

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Been wanting to try these for a while now, single Vortex BB ribs.
Cut and coated with Memphis dust. One hour on the grill.
Finished with SBR sweet & spicy. Very good! Will be doing these again.

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Been wanting to try these for a while now, single Vortex BB ribs.
Cut and coated with Memphis dust. One hour on the grill.
Finished with SBR sweet & spicy. Very good! Will be doing these again.
Where can i read more about Vortex BB ribs?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0uXayOfc74

found this Steve and Cooperman they look great!!!   
« Last Edit: May 05/30/24, 03:16:48 PM by mike89 »
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Interesting. I have been doing mine in the oven lately. Found a method online. 350 for two hours, sauce em and back in at 450 for 10 minutes. Turns out pretty good.