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Author Topic: What's on the grill, folks?  (Read 949104 times)

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Offline Steve-o

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I found this.   :happy1:

Grilled Bacon Potatoes

This recipe has you slice the potato part way thru in several spots (presumably to reduce cooking time) and adds brown sugar. 

Offline Bobberineyes

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Usually just a little Mike before going on the weber, but on the pellet grill I'll prep em with oil, salt and chuck em on as is ( after poking them of course) . Havnt tried bacon wrapped on the pellet grill, just over high heat..

Offline mike89

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I found this.   :happy1:

Grilled Bacon Potatoes

This recipe has you slice the potato part way thru in several spots (presumably to reduce cooking time) and adds brown sugar.

nice but leave out the brown sugar I think...  thanks to both of of you guys!!!    need to do more of them on the smoker!!!   :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Gunner55

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:confused: :pouty: yea the guy ruins all kinds of food with bacon  :confused: :bonk: :rotflmao:
:scratch: It might be good on your buttered noodles? :sick: :mooning::puke:     ;) :rolleyes: :laugh: :laugh:
Life............. what happens while your making other plans. John Lennon

Offline Gunner55

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I get quite a few things at Aldi. They have the lowest price for ribs when on sale. BUT.....I won't buy chips there. Got a bag home and they were all crushed. Also last week bought a box of Raisin Bran there. Got home and opened it and not 1 raisin in the whole box. Not buying that there anymore.
:scratch: We buy that there once in a while & ours is always loaded with raisins. :confused:
Life............. what happens while your making other plans. John Lennon

Offline Steve-o

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Note to self (and y'all)... next time i see Aldi steaks in the green plastic wrap 2-packs, stock up the freezer 'cause they musta been limited time only.
 :pouty:

We cooked up Costco sirloins instead.  Mui bueno.  :happy1:

Offline Cooperman

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Yes Steve-o, Costco sirloins are very good. We’ve been buying them for years.
« Last Edit: June 06/16/24, 04:56:48 PM by Cooperman »

Offline Bobberineyes

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That looks dynamite Steve-o!!!

Offline mike89

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

Offline Bobberineyes

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We all know your the pickiest person when it comes to brats, but you should try these Glenn. Good flavor, ya they did swim in more beer before hitting the heat.. :happy1:

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 :rotflmao: if I remember them, I'd be willing to  try. I can always give it to the dawg! :happy1:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Offline Bobberineyes

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Costco calls these ribeye cap steaks, the one in the back is 2 1/2 inches thick, they all have some twine wrapped around them.  Thinking these should go on before the bacon wrapped spuds.. :confused:.

Offline Cooperman

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Bobber, you’ve gotta let me know how you like them. I’ve been eyeballing them every time I go in Costco. Love the marbling.

Offline Bobberineyes

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They are awesome coop, well worth it!  Paired them with a big pan of shrooms.  The big one I never touched ( breakfast I'm thinking) the other 2 was enough for us 2. Was looking like a rain out so the pooches and I had to improvise a smidge..

Offline mike89

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they are cap on rib eye rolls, they just cut into steaks vs cap off...   good eats!!!   should be great eats!!!   
« Last Edit: June 06/22/24, 07:06:45 PM by mike89 »
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline glenn57

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 :sleazy: where's da katchup!!!!!!!! :mooning: :evil: :mooning: :mooning: :laughroll: :laughroll: :laughroll:
2015 deer slayer!!!!!!!!!!

Offline mike89

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oh boy!!!   mushrooms maybe!!!   :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :happy1:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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We all know your the pickiest person when it comes to brats, but you should try these Glenn. Good flavor, ya they did swim in more beer before hitting the heat.. :happy1:
My wife and I really like the spicy Andouille brats from Coborn's and a few meat markets!   :happy1:
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

Offline mike89

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spicy Andouille brats from Coborn's

have not seen them...   I would try them for sure!!!
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Dotch

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Will have to check out Cash Wise in Owatonna & see if they have them.  :happy1:
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Offline glenn57

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 :sleazy: well looks Here.  Perfectly lightly "burnt" ham steak. :happy1: :rotflmao: paired with beans and hash brown patties my wife insisted upon.
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:sleazy: well looks Here.  Perfectly lightly "burnt" ham steak. :happy1: :rotflmao: paired with beans and hash brown patties my wife insisted upon.
Looks like you forgot to batter, your doughnut!   :rotflmao:
Cooking over a open fire is all fun and games until someone losses a wiener!

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:sleazy: well looks Here.  Perfectly lightly "burnt" ham steak. :happy1: :rotflmao: paired with beans and hash brown patties my wife insisted upon.
Looks like you forgot to batter, your doughnut!   :rotflmao:

the dog got it!!!    :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

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Rack of ribs from this past weekend!

Offline mike89

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very nice Flip!!  dry rub only??  I like them that way...   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Gunner55

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Had a couple of Aldi's petite sirloins yday for lunch that were really good. :happy1:
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Offline Steve-o

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Had a couple of Aldi's petite sirloins yday for lunch that were really good. :happy1:
Where they wrapped in green packaging or just plain cellophane with a foam tray?

The local grocery store started selling the product below - I think it was the same as Aldi was selling.  Except Aldi was selling them in two-packs and charging a little less than what these guys were selling for one.  I wish I would have filled my freezer when Aldi had them.
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« Last Edit: July 07/02/24, 09:02:18 AM by Steve-o »

Offline Gunner55

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We got 3 of 'em, Steve-o, & the packaging looked a lot like these, but I think it was green on the other side.........https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=FdgmI4Bw&id=98137755330C9475A2F0A09F20792817142C99FB&th. They appeared to be without much marbling but were really tender at medium rare & there was no foam tray with ours.
Life............. what happens while your making other plans. John Lennon

Offline mike89

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those are the ones I get too Gunner!!!   good eats!!   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Steve-o

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I'll go see if there r any left.  the one ls i got were grass fed (green wrapper) but I'll try those if i can find em.  thanks.