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Old 04-16-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Performer Rib Roast

Did a 5.5lb rib roast on the Performer tonight. Used a couple small chunks of hickory and seasoned with S&P, garlic and onion powders. Cooked indirect between 275-300 until internal temp hit 135*, should have pulled it around 125* but my wife cringes at "rare" meat. It turned out quite good. We had fresh garlic roasted mashed taters and grilled asparagus.

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Wow!
That looks awesome Dooood!
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Old 04-17-2006, 05:59 AM   #4
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Why don't you ever cook like that for me? Looks good brother.
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Any leftovers?
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Old 04-17-2006, 07:43 AM   #6
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Larry: Great looking groceries! Ever tried a little white truffle oil in your taters? :biggrin:
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Old 04-17-2006, 08:00 AM   #7
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Yeah, I think Larry's tried that white truffle oil before. Larry, wasn't it that weekend you went camping with the Boy's Debate Team in High Scool?


A little early morning white truffle oil humor.
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Yeah, I think Larry's tried that white truffle oil before. Larry, wasn't it that weekend you went camping with the Boy's Debate Team in High Scool?


A little early morning white truffle oil humor.
Close Bruce, it was in Band Camp! 8-[
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Pefect as usual, how do you grill the asparagus?
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Pefect as usual, how do you grill the asparagus?
On the grill. #-o
Didn't you see the picture?
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Pefect as usual, how do you grill the asparagus?
On the grill. #-o
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Here's my guess:
Evoo, salt, pepper, garlic
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Looks great Larry! Yeah Puff, I'd put my $ on Finneys answer!
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Looks great Larry! Yeah Puff, I'd put my $ on Finneys answer!
Do you cook them a little bit first, then grill them? Or just grill them? I have never eaten asparagus, it looked good grilled. 8-[
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Puff, you just grill 'em without any prior cooking. I like to roll 'em in some Italian salad dressing before I grill 'em.

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Puff, you just grill 'em without any prior cooking. I like to roll 'em in some Italian salad dressing before I grill 'em.

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Puff I did exactly as Griff stated. Simple and delish! 8-[
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Puff, I do them just like I said.
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Puff, I do them just like I said.
I do them like that too Finney, but the wife did these! I like them both ways.
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looks awesome larry. i picked up a rib roast at costco last week and put it in the freezer until mother's day. i can't wait to cook that puppy.

puff - if you've never had asparagus you've never had asparagus pee. you're in for a real treat.
And I thought it was only mine that stunk the next day!
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