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Old 12-04-2005, 06:58 PM   #1
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Love this Weber Kettle! Grilled some porterhouses, zucchini, egplants, and Texas toast today. Used WET pecan chips for flavor. Also used some Texas BBQ Rub Steak Seasoning. It was GREAT! Wife said steak was raw (3 min/side)! Used base of Kingsford with Royal Oak lump on top. Cold day. As you can probably tell, I like to take pictures! Woody

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What? No finished pics??? I coulda eaten them after 3 min / side!! =P~
 
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Too hungry to take finished shots! My wife took the damn thing and fried it to death in a skillet! Daughter and I like them "warm in the center" only! I got a perfect sized foil pan for indirect cooking. Next week, I'm doing Bruce's method for a rib roast. mmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Nice looking stuff Woody! Some pictures look like they were for insurance purposes.
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Woodie...you're pictures suck! I'll need to school you on the start to finish method!!

If you need help grilling just let me know...I can do that really well...it's the BBQ beans that give me a heart attack!

Good looking pieces of meat!!
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Woody.... Great pictures... These guys got me into a Weber Kettle too and I love it. Best BBQ chicken I've ever done comes off that kettle. Golf bag looks like mine, a little bit of everything. I actually have two drivers right now and neither works worth a damn... (or maybe it's my swing )
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Too hungry to take finished shots! My wife took the damn thing and fried it to death in a skillet! Daughter and I like them "warm in the center" only! I got a perfect sized foil pan for indirect cooking. Next week, I'm doing Bruce's method for a rib roast. mmmmmmmmmmmm!
I didn't know I had a method. :dunno:
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What? No finished pics??? I coulda eaten them after 3 min / side!! =P~
What do you mean? It looked done to me. =P~ =P~ :taunt:
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Perhaps just a tad on the pink side...not bad though.
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OK Finney, just got my "Holiday" bonus and went straight out to get a Weber chimney. Also got the charcoal separators, delux grill cover and 40 more lbs of Kingsford (only $7.00!) at Home Depot! Going to cook something tomorrow on ole "Larry"!
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OK Finney, just got my "Holiday" bonus and went straight out to get a Weber chimney. Also got the charcoal separators, delux grill cover and 40 more lbs of Kingsford (only $7.00!) at Home Depot! Going to cook something tomorrow on ole "Larry"!
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OK Finney, just got my "Holiday" bonus and went straight out to get a Weber chimney. Also got the charcoal separators, delux grill cover and 40 more lbs of Kingsford (only $7.00!) at Home Depot! Going to cook something tomorrow on ole "Larry"!
You named your grill after me?????? I'm so flattered! Please enjoy your meat off of me!
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Before it comes "outta" Larry, it hasta go "in"!
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