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Old 06-11-2006, 09:53 AM   #1
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Well who's cooking today? I had planned to do some ribs and build a pad for Buford, but the Mrs. nixed those plans..........at least the building a pad part. (I've worked 13 days straight and I can't say I'm not happy about her decison) I'm doing the ribs like I did on Monday I'm going to see if I can recreate those, and I'm going to do a small batch of ABT's, and dog turds (hotdogs stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon), I might even toss on some chicken parts.....Walter I managed to score some Oak this will be my first time using Oak. It is a nice fall day here in Buffalo, this is my type of weather. Anyone else out there sending smoke signals?
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I'm doing a whole chicken and some veggies!! :biggrin:
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Old 06-11-2006, 09:58 AM   #3
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Greg are you beer canning it our just regular? What's a veggie? Is that the garnish my wife puts on my plate?
IMO I think I'm going to like the Oak, coming out of the stack it smells (at least to me) similar to hickory............Ribs have been on for 1 hr and the dog turds are now on........I'l put the ABT's on to go with dinner a little later.
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I've got lamb chops in a marinade now. I'm gonna grill those bad boys up later on tonight. I'll be posting pics in the grilling section.
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Did a whole bird yesterday. Ran out of Rosemary so I used what was left of a store bought Lemon Pepper rub. I cut the backbone out and lay the bird flat.
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I've got one rack of spares on the WSM and will be doing a rotisserie chicken on the new Weber gasser!
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I'm smoking two chickens. One for dinner the other for a customer.
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Re: Well who's cooking today?

Nothing going on the grill here today , after working all week the wife has decided that she will fix stuff inside , its close to the 100 degree mark right now and very humid here in Denmark SC. Niki is going to make something with some hamberger meat we have here. I scored some squash and zucinni ( hope i spelled that right) . I have to clean the smoker today , thank the maker for dry vac`s . LOL
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On weekends at the fire house we cook steaks for lunch. Usually with backed potato's and salad. Today we didn't break tradition. Corn and greens, tossed salad, baked tater and a large serloin steak on the grill. Its one of the perks for working on a weekend. =P~
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On weekends at the fire house we cook steaks for lunch. Usually with backed potato's and salad. Today we didn't break tradition. Corn and greens, tossed salad, baked tater and a large serloin steak on the grill. Its one of the perks for working on a weekend. =P~
We often cook on weekends at work to.
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Old 06-11-2006, 12:23 PM   #11
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On weekends at the fire house we cook steaks for lunch. Usually with backed potato's and salad. Today we didn't break tradition. Corn and greens, tossed salad, baked tater and a large serloin steak on the grill. Its one of the perks for working on a weekend. =P~
Nothing better than a good backed potato and serloin! 8-[
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On weekends at the fire house we cook steaks for lunch. Usually with backed potato's and salad. Today we didn't break tradition. Corn and greens, tossed salad, baked tater and a large serloin steak on the grill. Its one of the perks for working on a weekend. =P~
Nothing better than a good backed potato and serloin! 8-[[/quote:3f68w651]
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On weekends at the fire house we cook steaks for lunch. Usually with backed potato's and salad. Today we didn't break tradition. Corn and greens, tossed salad, baked tater and a large serloin steak on the grill. Its one of the perks for working on a weekend. =P~
Nothing better than a good backed potato and serloin! 8-[[/quote:1iqxmo8z]


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I am trying that Quick Cook method. I have 2 Butts on right now at 350. Gonna smoke em' for 5 hours and rest for one. Supposed to the way to do it. Don't know, but I will a little later today.http://www.kickassbbq.com/largepic.php? ... ton%20Butt
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I am trying that Quick Cook method. I have 2 Butts on right now at 350. Gonna smoke em' for 5 hours and rest for one. Supposed to the way to do it. Don't know, but I will a little later today.
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Greg are you beer canning it our just regular? What's a veggie? Is that the garnish my wife puts on my plate?
IMO I think I'm going to like the Oak, coming out of the stack it smells (at least to me) similar to hickory............Ribs have been on for 1 hr and the dog turds are now on........I'l put the ABT's on to go with dinner a little later.
Going to fly the chicken and grill some zucchinis and potatoes...actullay, I might stick the taters in the hickory smoke for a bit and then finish them on the grill... :biggrin:
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I have been making sauce most of the day. Trying to find something for comp chicken. Going to kettle up some in a few hours and try 3 of 4 sauces my kids and I made. One was poured down the sink. Yuck.
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No cooking today, Hop Sing will cook for me tonight.
We knew you couldn't stay away too long.
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Just got home.......I'm cooked, Mama is on her way to China Wok as we type
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