so what's on the grill tonight?

Discussion in 'Vittles' started by anvilrubi, Oct 28, 2015.

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propane or charcoal

  1. propane

    21 vote(s)
    34.4%
  2. charcoal/ lump wood

    40 vote(s)
    65.6%
  1. anvilrubi

    anvilrubi Well-Known Member

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  2. frankenyoter

    frankenyoter No Rain, No Rainbow

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    Charcoal. Never owned a propane grill.
     
  3. Black Bear

    Black Bear Well-Known Member Moderator

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    Sunday @/dev/yj cooked up a mess of ribs, chicken, and a shoulder
     

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  4. Ron

    Ron Dum Spiro Spero Moderator

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    propane


    cooked some Mahi basted in lime juice, basil, garlic and cayene pepper.
     
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  5. anvilrubi

    anvilrubi Well-Known Member

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    Can't go wrong with Mahi or cayenne.
     
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  6. Jman78CJ7

    Jman78CJ7 Well-Known Member

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  7. rockcity

    rockcity everyday is a chance to get better

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    London Broil on the Wilmington propane.

    Prefer charcoal or wood but it takes too much time.
     
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  8. Jason W.

    Jason W. Carolina Trail Blazers

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    I definetly prefer charcoal, but I use the propane grill on week nights just for the sake of time.
     
  9. XJsavage

    XJsavage Warlock of Zante plantation

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    When I get out of class at 11 my dad should have the coals ready. Marinated Ribeye cooked over early summer cut hardwood.
     
  10. 92_SquareEye

    92_SquareEye Well-Known Member

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    From Windrock Park Campground this past weekend...
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  11. /dev/yj

    /dev/yj Ralph Graw

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    That was fun - beer and cigars too! ;-) Bunch vacuum sealed and sitting in the freezer waitin' to get eaten this winter.
     
  12. Jasper

    Jasper Well-Known Member

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    Turkey burger... better than no burger.
     
  13. obullfish

    obullfish Well-Known Member

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    2 Boston butt's on the big green egg for 10 hours yesterday. They were the best yet.
     
  14. GONOVRIT

    GONOVRIT blue collar brotherhood

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    Breaking in the new weber with some 1/2# deer burgers

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  15. Jeff B

    Jeff B pool boy

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  16. ManglerYJ

    ManglerYJ Well-Known Member

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  17. anvilrubi

    anvilrubi Well-Known Member

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    I put some burgers on the grill tonight not bad.
     
  18. /dev/yj

    /dev/yj Ralph Graw

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    Hahaha! Yep, Fla cracker here. That's whacked. Nice job!
     
  19. Fabrik8

    Fabrik8 Overcomplicator

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    Propane. I turn it on, cook my stuff, and turn it off. Charcoal is for when I feel like doing something special and I'm motivated.
     
  20. criket

    criket Blue Ridge 4x4

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    Just finished grilling some buffalo chicken thighs and bacon wrapped jalapeños. Tasted like summer lol
     
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  21. XJsavage

    XJsavage Warlock of Zante plantation

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    Grilled chicken on the pit.
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  22. XJsavage

    XJsavage Warlock of Zante plantation

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    IMG_20160220_171800480.jpg young Venissan loin.
     
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  23. mommucked

    mommucked Endeavoring to persevere

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    Last night was beer brined poke chops on the weber kettle, if you've never brined some pork you should try it.

    brine was 2 cups water
    1 bottle dark beer ( Troegentator ) stouts, porters, newcastle all work well for this brine
    1/4 cup kosher salt and brown sugar, sugar was heaped
    1/8 cup dark molasses
    1 1/2 cups ice
    stir till salt is dissolved
    brine pork chops for 30 mins for thin cut, longer for thicker chops, mine were about 1, 1-1/4" brined for 1.5 hours. I put a plate on them to keep them submerged in the brine in a large glass bowl.
    quickly rinsed, patted dry and lightly seasoned w Sauers pork rub. left on the platter for 30 mins. before grilling to not hit the grill cold.
    grilled over hot coals about 10 mins.
    turned and a splash of bbq sauce brushed on the hot side, covered
    grilled 10-15 mins. more and they're done.
    rest a few minutes and dig into some very tender,juicy and deeeeelicious chops.

    if you use thin cut chops they only need about 5 mins a side on the coals.
     
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  24. rockcity

    rockcity everyday is a chance to get better

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    Why does everyone like the green egg thing??

    Are there not other decent grills out there?
     
  25. shawn

    shawn running dog lackey of the oppressor class Administrator

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    There are lots of decent grilles. We have a. couple of Webers that are great.

    But the ceramic eggs are way better.
     

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