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    Cyburbian Bubba's avatar
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    Easter Saturday -

    What: Lamb sausage for me (in a pork casing), roasted red pepper and garlic chicken sausage for Mrs. Bubba (in a lamb casing...go figure)
    How Prepared: No prep needed
    Type of Grill: gas
    Conclusion:

    Easter Sunday -

    What: Beef roast, rosemary demi baguette
    How Prepared: Pesto rub (beef); olive oil, sea salt, black pepper (bread)
    Type of Grill: gas (indirect heat)
    Conclusion: Perfect medium rare for the beef
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    For Mothers Day dinner for/with in-laws.

    What: Chicken Drumsticks
    How Prepared: washed and patted with a garlic olive oil
    Type of Grill: Gas
    How cooked: grilled drumsticks for about 40 mins over a low/medium setting; basted Carolina Treat bbq sauce at the end leaving the lid open to dry the sauce.
    Sides on grill: corn on cob and butter wrapped in foil (on the upper rack).
    Cooking beverage: Epic Brewing's IPA
    Conclusion: Brother-in-law asked how I did that so he could repeat it. Everyone enjoyed.
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    Last night this Bear grilled:

    Johnsville Cheddar & Beer Brats
    Mushrooms (with onions and garlic)

    Fresh whole wheat buns, chopped onions, Tony Packo Hot Dog Sauce, spicy mustard

    Gas, as always.

    Yum City, USA.

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    This evening RJ will be grilling some beef filets (whenever he wakes up from his nap...).

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    I was the grill master both Saturday and Sunday night. At my friend's house Saturday I grilled ribs, brats and chicken.

    At my parents' last night I grilled beef and chicken kabobs.
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    I too was Grillmaster both Sat and Sun.
    Sat - grilled chicken on charcoal grill
    Sun - grilled steak on charcoal grill
    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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    We're getting into the time of year when I'm grilling three to five nights a week...

    Last night:

    What: swordfish
    How Prepared: simple marinade for about an hour (olive oil, white wine, kosher salt, black pepper)
    Type of Grill: gas (eight minutes on medium heat)
    Conclusion: Served with a garlic butter sauce - pretty darn good
    I found you a new motto from a sign hanging on their wall…"Drink coffee: do stupid things faster and with more energy"

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    What: steak
    How Prepared: Montreal steak seasoning rub (first time I tried this)
    Type of Grill: charcoal (mine med & the missus' med well)
    Conclusion: You hear so much about Montreal steak seasonings these days, I figured it was way overhyped - found out it was only a little overhyped. I will probably alternate between dry rubs and marinades henceforth
    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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    Grilled pizza Saturday night for a party for my wife's birthday. Not the first time I've done it, but the first time this year. Always awesome!
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    Quote Originally posted by wahday View post
    Grilled pizza Saturday night for a party for my wife's birthday. Not the first time I've done it, but the first time this year. Always awesome!
    That's one thing I've never grilled. I must try. Any tips?

    Since we've moved into the new place, we haven't grilled yet. I got a new propane, 4-burner grill for Fathers Day, but still haven't bought a propane tank. Must get on that!
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    Since we've moved into the new place, we haven't grilled yet. I got a new propane, 4-burner grill for Fathers Day, but still haven't bought a propane tank. Must get on that!
    Dude, where's your priorities?!?!
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    That's one thing I've never grilled. I must try. Any tips?
    I use the recipe from Steven Raichlen (the Barbecue Bible). The dough has oil which helps it not stick. Takes about 2 hours to prep the dough (needs to rise, be punched, then rise again)

    Essentially you have one side on med/high and the other on med/low. You put the dough on the hot side for a few minutes to cook the underside a little. Then flip, move to cooler side, assemble (brushing with oil and garlic before adding toppings) then slide back over to the hot side. I make several small ones and just have a ton of toppings handy. This time it was pesto, raw mozzarella, feta, fresh tomatoes, and mushrooms (and sauce). Once you start grilling, the whole process moves very quickly.

    Its…tremendous!
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    Bear's Cheeseburgers will be on the menu on July 4th. Thick, juicy, yummy.

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    For the fourth we had cheeburga cheeburga Pepsi cheeburga Pepsi

    I've been grilling exclusively with charcoal lately and discovered that if I poked holes in the foil the burger grease smokes when it drips onto the charcoal giving the patties a delightfully smokey taste. I'm going to experiment more with this technique of intentionally trying to get things to smoke more.
    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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    Yesterday was a bbq first for me! bbq lobster tails. I cut the shell legthwise down the middle, stuck a skewer through each tail to keep them straight and grilled them about 4 minutes on each side while brushing very lightly with butter. They turned out not too bad. I will definitely try this one again.
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    Quote Originally posted by imaplanner View post
    Yesterday was a bbq first for me! bbq lobster tails. I cut the shell legthwise down the middle, stuck a skewer through each tail to keep them straight and grilled them about 4 minutes on each side while brushing very lightly with butter. They turned out not too bad. I will definitely try this one again.
    Lobster tails?!? You are an exotic rogue. Never let them tell you otherwise. I intend to bbq brats tonight since we were stuck at the in-laws yesterday.
    "...I would never try to tick Hink off. He kinda intimidates me. He's quite butch, you know." - Maister

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    This weekend: hamburgers on the charcoal grill, but a friend turned me on to a new recipe where you mix in: grated cheese, onions, garlic powder, seasoned salt, and steak sauce into the meat before making the patties. I highly recommend it.
    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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    last night: freshly caught mackerel in teriyaki sauce - yummy

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    Quote Originally posted by Richmond Jake View post
    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.
    Ditto. Cornbread and baked beans on the side tonight.
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    Temps reached 68 yesterday! Which is remarkably warm for mid-November in my neck of the woods. In honor of this fact (and Veteran's Day) I fired up the charcoal grill one last time and grilled hamburgers. It was rather windy but not enough to keep the grill from doing its job.
    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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    Quote Originally posted by Maister View post
    Temps reached 68 yesterday! Which is remarkably warm for mid-November in my neck of the woods. In honor of this fact (and Veteran's Day) I fired up the charcoal grill one last time and grilled hamburgers. It was rather windy but not enough to keep the grill from doing its job.
    I grilled last week on Thursday. Italian sausages and hot dogs.
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    Ran out of gas while grilling chicken breasts last week. Finished with the microwave to save time. Bleeeah. I like my meats properly carbonized.
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    Last night:

    What: Salmon
    How Prepared: Rub (Sierra Nevada Porter Mustard, smoked paprika, dill, sea salt, black pepper)
    Type of Grill: Gas
    How cooked: Medium heat (direct), 9 minutes without flipping (skin side down)
    Conclusion:

    I found you a new motto from a sign hanging on their wall…"Drink coffee: do stupid things faster and with more energy"

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    Barbecuing burgers tonight.
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    Quote Originally posted by Richmond Jake View post
    Barbecuing burgers tonight.
    RJ took pity on me since he knew I would be painting door trim today, and suggested an easy dinner. All I have to do is throw a pan of onion rings in the oven.

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