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Old 09-29-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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Gyro Kebobs

Used an Alton Brown Gyro recipe and made kebobs out of them. Only change I made was used half ground lamb and half ground chuck.

Placed the kebobs on skewers and cooked them indirect.


Once they were done I moved them indirect to get a little color and char on them.


Kebobs resting.


Plated with tzatziki sauce (another Alton Brown recipe) onion, tomato feta cheese and served with some Avogolemono soup.


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Old 09-30-2013, 05:12 AM   #2
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That don't suck! Care to share the kabob recipe?
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That don't suck! Care to share the kabob recipe?

gyro recipe
Gyro Meat with Tzatziki Sauce Recipe : Alton Brown : Recipes : Food Network

soup recipe if anyone is interested.
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I'll be in San Diego at X-mas................I'll send a guy in a black trench coat and he will pick up a bakers dozen.
If not................well then maybe 24-30..........
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Looks great, vermin! I swear, only you could form some meat into the exact shape and proportions of a turd, and make it still look delicious!
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Looks great, vermin! I swear, only you could form some meat into the exact shape and proportions of a turd, and make it still look delicious!
lMAO!!!!

They do look great. The whole dinner looks great.
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You make that look too damn easy!
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