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What are we grilling?


By Rascal_H

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

Need some ideas for the Memorial Day weekend. Recipes and mouth watering pictures encouraged!

#2 1 year ago

Big juicy bacon cheeseburgers! Also some grilled chicken

#3 1 year ago

tonight was hot dogs. last night, steaks. and of course cold beer to cool down the griller

#5 1 year ago

I just grilled up some breaded stuffed Chicken Breast, Crab meat, Lobster, shrimp, and cheese.
baked, then finished for 5 minutes on the grill.
mmmmmmmmmmmmm

#6 1 year ago

Burgers, hot dogs, chicken breast, kielbasa.

First serious BBQ of the year...looking forward to it

#7 1 year ago

Porterhouse with Montreal seasoning

#8 1 year ago

Nothing.

I'm going over to the house of who ever posts the picture of what I'd like.

LTG : )

#9 1 year ago

One of the big three - rib-eye, porterhouse or filet. Whatever looks good at the market the day before. May throw on some lamp chops or shrimp as a side meat. Done over real charcoal of course.

#10 1 year ago

This weekend, I hope to do some Tilapia with coconut curry and cashews.
I wrap up in tinfoil, top shelf and let the sweet curry steam through the fish.
Fresh corn on the cob on the grill.
Appetizers will be shrimp. scallop and pineapple skewers with Mango sauce.

#11 1 year ago

I've got canadian bacon curing that will get smoked sat. Ribs on sun

#12 1 year ago

This thread is utterly disappointing. Where are the pics people?

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#13 1 year ago

Okay you asked for pics: mac-n-cheese, Beer can chicken, Boston Pork butt, Brisket

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#14 1 year ago

Boneless, skinless chicken thighs stuffed with jalapeño peppers and cream cheese, then wrapped in bacon. Smoke them, pull them off and dunk in BBQ sauce. Throw them back on for about 5 minutes to tighten up the sauce and enjoy. These things are phenomenal.

Actually, anything I've made that this guy comes up with is incredible. I highly recommend his channel if you're into grilling at all.

#15 1 year ago
Quoted from Chitownpinball:

This thread is utterly disappointing. Where are the pics people?

We haven't had the BBQ yet

#16 1 year ago
Quoted from LTG:

Nothing.
I'm going over to the house of who ever posts the picture of what I'd like.
LTG : )

You are always welcome here LTG, it might be quite a drive for some burgers and dogs though.

We will have some killer potato salad though.

#17 1 year ago

Anyone into smoking?? I'd take that over grilling any day. Brisket, pulled pork, ribs, chicken... Low and slow is the way to do it!

I've used an offset side firebox smoker for years, but it's getting harder for me to keep track of temperatures and vents. Just got a cabinet style dual fuel smoker that auto regulates everything, and I'm anxious to start her up!

#18 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

Anyone into smoking?? I'd take that over grilling any day. Brisket, pulled pork, ribs, chicken... Low and slow is the way to do it!

I’d say Turtle posted some fine specimens. We’ll definitely smoke a butt and some ribs this weekend. Plus the usual suspects on the grill: saussage, brats, porterhouse, corn, bugers, Kalbi.

Man this week better go by quick!!

Edit: And good luck with the new setup. Please let us know how it works out.

#19 1 year ago

Halibut steaks with lemon pepper, swordfish steaks with garlic pepper grilled on oak and hickory boards, grilled/roasted jalapenos, twice baked potatoes with cheddar, green onions/chives, sour cream, bacon bits, and butter, garlic cheese bread, and steamed broccoli or brussels sprouts.

#20 1 year ago
Quoted from Oshara:

I’d say Turtle posted some fine specimens. We’ll definitely smoke a butt and some ribs this weekend. Plus the usual suspects on the grill: saussage, brats, porterhouse, corn, bugers, Kalbi.
Man this week better go by quick!!

Thanks for the compliment. Yes smoking low and slow - brisket 12hours, pork butt 8 hours, ribs 5 hours (no pics), wings.

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#21 1 year ago
Quoted from Turtle:

Okay you asked for pics: mac-n-cheese, Beer can chicken, Boston Pork butt, Brisket

Bravo, sir! Is that all by you?

#22 1 year ago

Jalapenjo sausage, grilled then sauted and a big 6 pound black Angus tomahawk!

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#23 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

Anyone into smoking?? I'd take that over grilling any day. Brisket, pulled pork, ribs, chicken... Low and slow is the way to do it!
I've used an offset side firebox smoker for years, but it's getting harder for me to keep track of temperatures and vents. Just got a cabinet style dual fuel smoker that auto regulates everything, and I'm anxious to start her up!

I bought a Woodwind last year and love it. I had never owned a pellet smoker before, but it's really easy to use. Fill the hopper, turn the dial and that's it. Mine even has a propane sear box on the side in case I want to put a sear on a steak or something.

Did these a few weeks ago.

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#24 1 year ago

A small piece of pork belly on the Weber kettle. I had to sample the crackling, (lower right), before I took it off lol! Turned out awesome!

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#25 1 year ago
Quoted from Rascal_H:

Bravo, sir! Is that all by you?

Thanks and yes. We grill and BBQ smoke all year around. I've also done bread and pizza (can't find any pics). And we do burgers, dogs, steaks, fish, etc...

Quoted from Spyderturbo007:

I bought a Woodwind last year and love it. I had never owned a pellet smoker before, but it's really easy to use. Fill the hopper, turn the dial and that's it. Mine even has a propane sear box on the side in case I want to put a sear on a steak or something.
Did these a few weeks ago.

Nicely done. I use a Big Green Egg and have been very happy with it. I also have a Weber gas grill for quicker grilling.

#26 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

Anyone into smoking?? I'd take that over grilling any day. Brisket, pulled pork, ribs, chicken... Low and slow is the way to do it!
I've used an offset side firebox smoker for years, but it's getting harder for me to keep track of temperatures and vents. Just got a cabinet style dual fuel smoker that auto regulates everything, and I'm anxious to start her up!

Love my Trager pellet grill.
Smokes pretty good and cooks up to 425f using wood pellets and convection so I can cook chicken and brats to (chicken is amazing on this thing) Super easy and I use when it’s gets down to zero degrees outside.

Pictures of brisket on the grill, babbybacks and beef jerky.

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#27 1 year ago

Not sure if this counts as a grill but I bought a rocbox propaine pizza oven. It takes about an hour to heat up to over 800f and will cook a homemade pizza (not from frozen) in 90 seconds!
I do make dough in advance and freeze it in freezer vacuum bags.

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#28 1 year ago

Not sure what I'll cook but the Big Green Egg will be busy! Pizza, filet mignon, mahi mahi, Cajun shrimp, chicken wings, chicken nuggets or maybe something "low and slow". It'll be fun!

Need a good pizza dough recipe. Had the Sir Pizza recipe but lost it.

#29 1 year ago

Ribs n brisket for me this weekend

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#30 1 year ago
Quoted from RVH:

Not sure if this counts as a grill but I bought a rocbox propaine pizza oven. It takes about an hour to heat up to over 800f and will cook a homemade pizza (not from frozen) in 90 seconds!
I do make dough in advance and freeze it in freezer vacuum bags.

Those pizzas look amazing! Especially the one with the mushrooms.

#31 1 year ago
Quoted from John_I:

Those pizzas look amazing! Especially the one with the mushrooms.

Thanks, it took at least 6 months to get it down.
There very good cooked in the oven on a Pizza Steel as well just crunchier and cook for 4 minutes.

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#32 1 year ago
Quoted from RVH:

Love my Trager pellet grill.
Smokes pretty good and cooks up to 425f using wood pellets and convection so I can cook chicken and brats to (chicken is amazing on this thing) Super easy and I use when it’s gets down to zero degrees outside.
Pictures of brisket on the grill, babbybacks and beef jerky.

FedEx me some of that jerky... I’ll pay you lol.

#33 1 year ago

Can’t wait for the long weekend. I’ve got big plans to smoke a pork butt on my Weber Smokey Mountain. Might throw some chicken wings on there too!

#34 1 year ago

Anyone cook anything today? Got gone too late to grill. But tomorrow for sure!

#35 1 year ago

Just grilled some marinated turkey tips!

#36 1 year ago

Just about to hit the 160 stall. Ribs will be tomorrow

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#37 1 year ago

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#38 1 year ago

Fresh caught trout tonight steaks tomorrow night.

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#39 1 year ago

New York strip and tuna on the Big green egg

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#40 1 year ago

Grilled Tri Tip over Rosemary wood, corn on the cob and roasted red potatoes.
Sorry, no pics.

#41 1 year ago
Quoted from JerryB:

Grilled Tri Tip over Rosemary wood, corn on the cob and roasted red potatoes.
Sorry, no pics.

I wish tri tip was a thing around here. So delicious.

#42 1 year ago

Just some simple delicious chicken today

#43 1 year ago

Dry scallops.

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#44 1 year ago

With grilled bread and asparagus too.

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#45 1 year ago

Prime rib roast on today!

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#46 1 year ago

Big, hand packed Angus burgers/ toasted buns ..... while drinking a Sweetwater IPA

#47 1 year ago

NY strips w/ Bleu cheese

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#48 1 year ago

Santa Maria BBQ tri tip today.

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#49 1 year ago

I don't know if it's because I'm hungry? But everything in this thread looks delicious.

#50 1 year ago
Quoted from Chisox:

I wish tri tip was a thing around here. So delicious.

I've only seen them at Sam's Club around here. They are pre-seasoned which I found way too salty.

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