Alright who is firing up the grill today

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    Alright who is firing up the grill today

    Going to toss some hamburgers on here in a minute
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    Baby backs and boudin sausage!
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    Originally Posted by usaosooner View Post
    Going to toss some hamburgers on here in a minute
    Before or after you toss some salad?
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    I'm a charcoal gal and on Sundays I usually grill chicken, burgers, Italian sausage and hotdogs then we kind of eat what ever all week ...makes quick and easy for the kid and to throw with a salad or in a soup today I also grilled some nice thick center cut pork chops which we ate tonight

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    Originally Posted by Adrienne78 View Post
    I'm a charcoal gal and on Sundays I usually grill chicken, burgers, Italian sausage and hotdogs then we kind of eat what ever all week ...makes quick and easy for the kid and to throw with a salad or in a soup today I also grilled some nice thick center cut pork chops which we ate tonight
    Sounds delicious.

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    Originally Posted by Adrienne78 View Post
    I'm a charcoal gal and on Sundays I usually grill chicken, burgers, Italian sausage and hotdogs then we kind of eat what ever all week ...makes quick and easy for the kid and to throw with a salad or in a soup today I also grilled some nice thick center cut pork chops which we ate tonight
    This is one of your few food comments that actually sounds appetizing. I believe that is because you didn't talk about humus in it.

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    Got some steak and chicken kabobs going on tonight. Gonna smoke some ribs and corn this weekend too.

    I'll post results in the dinner thread.

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    Originally Posted by AcousticSoup View Post
    Got some steak and chicken kabobs going on tonight. Gonna smoke some ribs and corn this weekend too.

    I'll post results in the dinner thread.
    Gonna be firing up some choice bone-in strips tomorrow. Love charcoaling meat on the weekends.

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    Originally Posted by SpankyNek View Post
    Gonna be firing up some choice bone-in strips tomorrow. Love charcoaling meat on the weekends.
    Me dos!

    Got some Kingsford mesquite. Gonna use a foil pack with mesquite chunks in there too, for good measure.

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    I have moved exclusively to lump (I do a mix of Royal Oak and Mesqite from one of the many fine Mexican carnecerias we have here in Houston)

    I do miss the consistent production from briquettes...I have seen some of these that seem worth a shot:



    I am a mid rare guy that needs an intense sear, and I get way hotter with lump, it seems.

    ever tried an infrared...there are some hybrid Charcoal grills that have it...not sure how well they work in conjunction with some real wood.

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    brats... boiled in my homemade beer and then browned on the grill.... I am contemplating on whether to do a round boiled in my apfelwein....apple brats...?

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    Been marinating a 5 lb pork loin overnight, nothing like slow grilling a pig log.
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    Originally Posted by Gary Manilow View Post
    Been marinating a 5 lb pork loin overnight, nothing like slow grilling a pig log.
    Me too.....brisket tomorrow......smoked with hickory and pecan.

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    Originally Posted by Sooners View Post
    brats... boiled in my homemade beer and then browned on the grill.... I am contemplating on whether to do a round boiled in my apfelwein....apple brats...?
    Im doing this

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    Gots my kabobs sitting on it as I send this.

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    Went with brats this fine evening

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    Re: Alright who is firing up the grill today

    Originally Posted by ab5sr View Post
    Went with brats this fine evening
    Great night for the grill.

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    Alright who is firing up the grill today

    I had a ribeye... mmm.

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    Alright who is firing up the grill today

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    Re: Alright who is firing up the grill today

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    I watched Myron Mixon on TV. Does that count?
    He's okay in small doses.

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    I've been grilling bacon wrapped, cheddar stuffed cheeseburgers a few times this year already. I don't mind grilling in the dark.
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    I use mine all year even with the snow.
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    Originally Posted by The Baconator® View Post
    I use mine all year even with the snow.
    That's good. If you didn't your grill season would be what, 3 hours long?
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    BBQ chicken tonight!

    2 nice days in a row, makes me want spring to hurry up and get here.

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    Yo.......brisket......cook with wood people.

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    Forgive me, I did not fire up the grill today, but the OP mentioned burgers. I went to a place in Santa Cruz today called Burger. It's an upscale burger and sandwich place with lots of beers - 45 on tap, 50 in bottles, and 6 in cans. I didn't have a beer since I was the driver - but I did have a burger.

    The menu had one called The Phatty, which was described as a cheeseburger with two grilled cheese sandwiches used as the buns. Then there was one described as a double phatty, given the name: The Kim Kardashian. I contemplated that.

    And then there's a burger called The Snooki, which is a chili burger between two grilled cheeses. I know Snooki is that young lady from New Jersey, but I never watched her show - so I don't know if it's fitting.

    It being my first time there, I went for just the basic burger. It has lettuce, tomato, pickle, red onion, and a mustard sauce of some sort. Very good -- except the meat really could have used a charcoal grill. Underseasoned and no sign of char/grill marks/sear.

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    Last night :



    Night before last :



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    Originally Posted by usaosooner View Post
    Going to toss some hamburgers on here in a minute
    Teehee
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    jerk chicken titties just went on.

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    i might grill some kielbasa for dinner.

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    Originally Posted by bushmaster06 View Post
    i might grill some kielbasa for dinner.
    And then your wife will smoke one for dessert?

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    she will if she knows what is good for her.

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