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Old 11-23-2009, 10:09 PM   #1
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Those red onions look familiar.

Not sure how I came across these videos but I wasn't expecting what I found. Is this guys sauce any good? I was doubting it, but now I don't know. Those onions at around 1:11 look familiar.
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Old 11-24-2009, 04:19 AM   #2
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I'm thinking this should be "Required Watching" for all BBQC NOOBs
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I ALWAYS save Larry's food shots...don't you?
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:02 AM   #4
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I just assumed all those pictures were taken in the Rempe backyard. So you are saying they are all Larry's? .... Except that Klose, it has to be in the Rempe backyard Greg I think you have enough info to put together the NOOBs guide to BBQ. This video, the round-table podcasts, this may be your path to more fame and fortune.
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:11 AM   #5
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Most of the pallets I've ever seen are pretty skanky-looking pine that I wouldn't want to cook over!

pellets, on the other hand...that's another story!
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Old 11-24-2009, 10:07 AM   #6
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Newhart, I was just the voice for that production...I told Jack a number of times that "Pallets" was not correct...alas no corrections were made. Oh well...

Buzz, not all of the pics are Larry's but some definetely are...and that is my Klose As far as info for noobs...that's what the whole site is for...plus all of the great people that make it what it is...well, except for Bigwheel.
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so if barbecuing is between 200 and 250, and grilling is between
400 and 1100, what do you call cooking between 250 and
400?

Groking?
Barbegrilling?

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so if barbecuing is between 200 and 250, and grilling is between
400 and 1100, what do you call cooking between 250 and
400?

Groking?
Barbegrilling?

was wondering the same thing.
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You dopes...NO ONE cooks in those temperature ranges!!
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so if barbecuing is between 200 and 250, and grilling is between
400 and 1100, what do you call cooking between 250 and
400?

Groking?
Barbegrilling?

was wondering the same thing.

I thought it went
200-250 BBQing
251-399 I ain't eating your cooking
400-1100 Grilling
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