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Old 06-21-2007, 08:45 PM
 
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This thread is making my mouth water. In addition to what you all have said I love to grill beer butt chickens. There is a great recipe for them on allrecipes. What a great conversation starter meal!
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Old 06-21-2007, 09:30 PM
 
Location: Camano Island, WA
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I love summer and BBQ!!...I love corn on the cob and just about all veggies grilled...fish is good to on the BBQ!...now I wanna have a picnic.

There is a guy on PBS that has a cooking show and all he does is BBQ stuff.
You can see the grills burning away in the background and I could just imagine what it smells like...smell-a-vision...lol
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Old 06-23-2007, 10:48 AM
 
Location: The South
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I smoke ribs about once a week. I use mesquite when I can but I mostly use oak. As for the rub I just put the ribs on the counter and grab random **** out of the pantry. I usually use pepper, salt, brown sugar, mustard, cayenne pepper…ect. After I put the ribs on I make a glaze, my glaze usually consists of Dr. Pepper, mustard, brown sugar, and a couple of other things. I like to keep them moist and tender.
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Old 06-25-2007, 12:29 PM
 
Location: Arizona, The American Southwest
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Ah my favorite topic! I love a rib-eye or porter house steak grilled on mesquite! I don't use charcoal, I live in Arizona, where mesquite wood is plentiful and it gives meat a very good smoked flavor, and you won't need any seasonings.

I go out to the desert a couple of times a year and pick up piles of mesquite. If you've ever tasted mesquite grilled meats before, you'd never want to go back to using regular charcoal or any other grilling methods.
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Old 03-28-2012, 02:59 PM
 
Location: Heading to the NW, 4 sure.
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Next month I will go out and buy a "new" BBQ (not expensive) since mine blew away last winter. It is somewhere east of New Mexico by now; it is black with a hoddie and has 3 broken legs and no charcoal by now either. If you see it blow by then just let it continue on its journey. Maybe someone, somewhere will try and fix it.

But, really; I just want a good ole $50.00 type that I can grill a couple steaks on or maybe even a chicken etc.

I am hoping that if I make the trip to Wallyworld I can find one.
HW and let the BBQ season begin.
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:57 AM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Next month I will go out and buy a "new" BBQ (not expensive) since mine blew away last winter. It is somewhere east of New Mexico by now; it is black with a hoddie and has 3 broken legs and no charcoal by now either. If you see it blow by then just let it continue on its journey. Maybe someone, somewhere will try and fix it.

But, really; I just want a good ole $50.00 type that I can grill a couple steaks on or maybe even a chicken etc.

I am hoping that if I make the trip to Wallyworld I can find one.
HW and let the BBQ season begin.
I bet, by now, it would make a unique planter maybe. k

Us, being hubby isn't really into the cooking thing (never has been) we will never had a pricey grill. He is using an electric one right now, we can use it outdoors or on the screened in porch, it is a good size and everything seems to turn our almost perfect: total cost? Under a $100. When we want to smoke something, he uses his cheap electric smoker, same thing, can't conplain and it was cheap!!!
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Old 03-29-2012, 07:11 AM
 
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Made burgers yesterday... weather still chilly & windy, needs the "quick" stuff.
Can't wait till it all warmed up for some full swing BBQ action.

But have baptized the grill w/ ribs so far...
St. Patty Day's Corn beef grilled Brisket
Ribeyes here & there
A few hot dogs & hamburgs...

What I still have in the freezer is...
Pork Chops (haven't done porkchops yet) & More Ribeyes

Still more to buy...
Maybe some beer can chicken
& chicken wings...

BBQ = love.

P.S. Grill type = Charcoal (Pretty Spankin New Weber Performer just got this year)
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:26 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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This thread is making my mouth water. In addition to what you all have said I love to grill beer butt chickens. There is a great recipe for them on allrecipes. What a great conversation starter meal!
my husband calls it drunkin chicken.
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:45 PM
 
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Next month I will go out and buy a "new" BBQ (not expensive) since mine blew away last winter. It is somewhere east of New Mexico by now; it is black with a hoddie and has 3 broken legs and no charcoal by now either. If you see it blow by then just let it continue on its journey. Maybe someone, somewhere will try and fix it.

But, really; I just want a good ole $50.00 type that I can grill a couple steaks on or maybe even a chicken etc.

I am hoping that if I make the trip to Wallyworld I can find one.
HW and let the BBQ season begin.
I used three Weber Kettles to grill 140lbs of Tri-Tip for 250 people this past Saturday. Lit the coals at 11:00am and was done by 3:00pm. Tried and true.

You can get a nice Silver 22.5 inch one touch at Home Depot or Lowes for $80.00 when they are on sale.

I also use mine for 20+lbs turkeys for Thanksgiving.
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Old 04-25-2012, 04:35 PM
 
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I got a medium size smoker plus a large charcoal grill, I smoke brisket, pork shoulder, sausages, turkey. Can't beat it...
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