Originally Posted by Captain Morgan
that looks good, I've never tried that. Can you give some
This one is easy. First you get the grill hotter than you would on a normal day, put the meat on and watch as the flames come up and threaten to burn the meat. Then put the meat on the cool side of the grill (which is not much cooler because the dummy put too many coals on due to the amount of "POP" he was drinkin......he being me)
and let them cook there awhile. Then move everything back over to the hot side (A.K.A. the Inferno, because the fat wasn't trimmed off by the dummy mentioned above and it is dripping on the coals making it impossible to manage) to hurry things up. In the process flames are burning the hair of your knuckles, back of hand and other areas while you are trying to check the meat for doness using the poke method (poking the meat to see how much give it has as to how done it is). After all is said and done you get a few pieces of Aloe vera to put on the second degree burns you didn't realize you had until after you started to sober up and it started hurtin and enjoy the meal you prepared on the grilling day from hell.
That is just about how it went. They didn't turn out bad at all. I didn't want the grill marks but couldn't avoid them. I didn't use my thermo probes, just went by the way the felt till I thought they were done, old school. They were quite tender, even they look over cooked and the flavor was great. I will get and try the Reverend Marvins Hot style next. The original was real good but not hot at all. I wonder if this is how Big Wheels hands feel after typing so much