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    The NEVERENDING what's on the grill thread

    Last thing on the grill -

    what: hamburgers
    how prepared: onions, salt, pepper, grated irish cheddar, and garlic powder
    type of grilling: quick lite charcoal
    conclusion: yum-my. Next time watch how long grilled some patties tended to be well-done
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    What: hamburgers
    How Prepared: ground beef mixed with 1 egg, bread crumbs, salt and pepper
    Type of Grilling: Gas
    Conclusion: Pretty good, standards burgers.

    I also grilled some onions in aluminum foil to go with the burgers
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    Carne asada a few nights ago. Thin cut flank marinated in beer, lime, garlic, and soy. Conclusion: tacotastic.
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    Last night:

    What: Pork loin
    How prepared: homemade rub
    Type of grilling: gas (indirect heat), with some hickory wood chips for smoke
    Conclusion: I rule
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    When: Saturday, but we grill out all year round.
    What: Hamburgers and Brats
    How Prepared: Ground beef and seasonings over medium flame. Brats, open package and put on the grill
    Type of Grilling: Gas, and I'm completely fine with that.
    Conclusion: Ate with the windows open, which made it the best meal in a while - I am LOVING this weather and can't wait for more of it.

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    last weekend:

    What: Pork Chops
    How Prepared: garlic salt & cracked pepper, brushing homemade bbq sauce lightly while cooking
    Type of Grill: gas
    Conclusion: oh so delicious

    Cooking Time: drinking one pint of Southern Tier Pale
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    I also grilled some onions in aluminum foil to go with the burgers
    when grilling onions I usually just toss an onion on. Once it's cooked the skin pops right off. sweet onions this way are delicious and I eat them just like an apple off the grill.
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    Children in the back seat can cause accidents - and vice versa.

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    Tonight: Baby back ribs with our Memphis rub. (ZG adds bbq sauce to her ribs after they're cooked.) As always, I'll be cooking indirect using a blend of lump mesquite and charcoal.

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    We have two briskets "corning" in the fridge...one will become corned beef the other pastrami. The pastrami goes on the smoker friday and everyone coming over for St. Paddy's day gets a the best party favor of all...more meat.
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    Quote Originally posted by imaplanner View post
    when grilling onions I usually just toss an onion on. Once it's cooked the skin pops right off. sweet onions this way are delicious and I eat them just like an apple off the grill.
    Interesting. I'll have to try it that way.
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    Quote Originally posted by imaplanner View post
    when grilling onions I usually just toss an onion on. Once it's cooked the skin pops right off. sweet onions this way are delicious and I eat them just like an apple off the grill.
    I will take an onion and cut the top off and push a beef fullion cube into the center, put a pat of butter on the top, hit it with salt and pepper and wrap in foil and leave it on the grill for 30 minutes or so. You can't eat it like an apple but it goes great with almost anything.
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    Texas Style Beef Brisket

    When we first moved to Texas on '06, the only brisket I had was corned brisket (feom New England of course..................GO PATROTS). See the link below, its a lot of work but worth the effort........

    http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/b...s_brisket.html

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    What: BBQ Pork Chops
    How Prepared: Open Pit TM bbq sauce light coating while cooking. heavy coat at end
    Type of Grill: gas
    Conclusion: 1 of the 3 chops was ever so slightly overcooked the other 2 were perfect.
    Grilling beverage: Bells Amber Ale
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    Big hunk of meat. I think it's a brisket--coated in Montreal seasoning. I don't think I've ever eaten brisket--that I know of.
    Some stuff on the side.

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    Marinaded sirloin served with homemade pita and yogurt sauce. Son didn't really care for it, but I'd make it again.

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    This Bear's grillin' plans for later this summer-like Sunday in the lower Great Lakes.....

    What: BBQ pork chops, thick-sliced
    How Prepared: Dab of pepper, Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce
    Grill Media: Propane (and not at all apologetic, like Obama was concerning the Koran burning )
    Sides: Not sure (hmmmmmm.....)
    Serving Plates: Will pick the best from our eclectic "eccentric collection"
    Grilling Beverage: Rolling Rock (Bear) and wine (Katie)

    We only grilled a few times during the long but not-so-cold-or-snowy winter. Time to kick-it into grillin' gear.

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    Beautiful unseasonably warm weather in upstate NY so last night we had sirloin steaks marinated in a homemade marinade. We were going to have healthy vegetarian pasta tonight but because the weather is so nice Hubby requested/suggested that we grill out again tonight. So Hubby is enjoying a beer while he grills turkey burgers for me and brats for him.

    Baked sweet potato fries for our side.

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    Any women have views about grilling men's use of montreal seasoning? I have a few unofficial (non-Cyb) comments. What is that stuff, anyway, and why do men like it so much?

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    Quote Originally posted by Zoning Goddess View post
    Any women have views about grilling men's use of montreal seasoning? I have a few unofficial (non-Cyb) comments. What is that stuff, anyway, and why do men like it so much?
    I think we have 4 or 5 montreal seasonings in our spice cabinet. My FIL keeps sending it to us. I think we used it once. Not my cup o'tea.

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    Saturday night:

    Hotdogs on the grill can't be beat. Take 'em out of the pack and place on grill, trun occassionally.

    We had a taste test between Oscar Mayer & Ball Park. There was a split decision - no clear winner.
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    What: grilled brats
    How Prepared: slathered in Uncle Bob's Sauce
    Type of Grill: gas
    Conclusion: Just as you'd expect....scrumpdiddlyumptious.
    Grilling beverage: Bells Third Coast Beer . To be honest this is really more of a summer beer that one might drink to cool off on a hot day. It was 60ish yesterday, but the beer was adequate to the task.
    People will miss that it once meant something to be Southern or Midwestern. It doesn't mean much now, except for the climate. The question, “Where are you from?” doesn't lead to anything odd or interesting. They live somewhere near a Gap store, and what else do you need to know? - Garrison Keillor

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    I TIRED to make pizza on the grill last Saturday. Only there was a lot less propane in the tank than I thought, so it petered out before I even got the first one on... Adapted it to the even, but it wasn't the same.
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    Summer has arrived.




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    Quote Originally posted by Richmond Jake View post
    Summer has arrived.

    RJ & ZG - I love your place settings! What great fine china.
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