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Old 09-01-2008, 11:36 PM   #1
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Labor Day efforts

I had relatives in town from Fairbanks and the Aleutian islands over the weekend. Yesterday I did a 14 pound turkey in the BGE. Sorry, no turkey pics. Things were busy, etc. After I pulled the turkey off the egg, I put on some Costco eye of rounds and cooked them to medium rare. Then I sliced them thinly for sandwiches and French dips.



Yesterday, also sliced some Costco eye of round and started marinating it for jerky. I basically used the recipe from Stogie's site. I then smoked it all day today at 160-170* on the WSM.





For dinner tonight, I saw some lamb t-bones at the store and cooked them on the gasser. The first pic is just off the grill and the second is plated with chimmichurri.





I hope everyone and a safe and fun holiday.
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Wow.
Meat overload. LOVE IT!

Looks great Griff. Just terrific.
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Looks like some good eating up North.
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Now that's my kind of diet!!!! Nice!!
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Excellent job Griff! How was the jerky?
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Man o Man Griff.... Outstanding!
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Excellent job Griff! How was the jerky?
The jerky was a tad saltier than I wanted -- still edible though. I didn't add any salt, so it had to be too much soy sauce in the marinade.
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Very Nice Griff.
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Excellent job Griff! How was the jerky?
The jerky was a tad saltier than I wanted -- still edible though. I didn't add any salt, so it had to be too much soy sauce in the marinade.
Did you use Tender Quick?
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You really labored on Labor Day Griff but it was well worth it.
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I'm all backed up now just lookin at all that beef. Everything looks killer Griff! Someday I'm going to try my hand at jerky.
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Way to go Griff.
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