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Old 08-09-2009, 06:53 AM   #1
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Wolfe Burgers on the New CI Grates

My Cast Iron Grates came on Friday!!! Yesterday morning I rubbed the grates down with Crisco and placed into the oven at 275 for 2 hours. This is how I always season my CI pans and it works fine, I did not like the recommendation of doing it at high heat per the manufactuer.....done it like that before and it 'gooes' up the fat in my case. Anyways, I assembled the grates onto the Performer and Crisco'd up the main frame for the grates as it will not fit in my oven and then lit the coals.

Grilled a pound of bacon for the burgers and then proceeded to grill ground chuck burgers that had been seasoned with Wolfe Rub Bold and grilled sweet potatoes seasoned with Wolfe Rub Original and some Nathans hot dogs.

I could not have been happier with how good the grates worked, not a bit of sticking whatsoever and they stayed HOT.

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Looks nice Larry, Who took thet Jaw's size bite outa that burger
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Nice looking grub there buddy!
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Great Lookin' Burger Larry ! Bet it tasted goood too!


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Oh that looks SOOOO GOOOD!
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Man - that's a burger - I'm now hungry and just ate breakfast
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That looks killer Larry. Howd you like the grates? Did they help to cook things faster since they hold more heat or is it about the same? It looks super cool too.
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That looks killer Larry. Howd you like the grates? Did they help to cook things faster since they hold more heat or is it about the same? It looks super cool too.
Not sure about faster, but what I cooked normally do not take that long. After a couple more cooks I may be able to give a better answer!
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WOW Larry that looks super good.
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Burgers look great Larry.
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That's a neat set up.. I'm sure the high temp of grilling and the fat will keep them seasoned
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That looks killer Larry. Howd you like the grates? Did they help to cook things faster since they hold more heat or is it about the same? It looks super cool too.
Not sure about faster, but what I cooked normally do not take that long. After a couple more cooks I may be able to give a better answer!
Ya, "faster" wasnt the right term there. How about evenly or steady? I know thats still touchy cause its grillin steaks, but it seems like it WOULD make a big difference in time cause of the pre heated grates. Then again maybe the direct heat of a thinner grate is hotter? I'uz just curious. .... Once again, it looks bitchin' !
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