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    KBQed Chikin n broccoli

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      Smoked a dozen beef shorties, seasoned with Montreal steak seasoning and Grilled chicken, Brined & seasoned with lemon pepper. Very pleased with the results!
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      • Jerod Broussard
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        Man them shorties look freaking delicious!!

      • martybartram
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        WOW! on those ribs just WOW!

      Maple-ginger glazed, bacon-crusted cedar plank salmon from Chris Lilly's "Fire and Smoke".

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        How did they taste?

      • Pequod
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        Awesome. A lot of cedar plank salmon rubs are very sweet -- heavy in brown sugar. The bacon (partially cooked then ground in a food processor with some Panko) made it savory and and gave it a nice crust-like texture.

      • martybartram
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        Cool I don't like my salmon sweet so that sounds worth trying

      Wing time!
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      • SteveFromLafayette
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        Huskee No pictures? Oh well, I'm sure they were delicious

      • Huskee
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        Nah, they weren't much to look at, very very small. Humorously tiny. My kids & I made jokes that they were robin wings, chicken M&Ms, and bone-in nuggets. They were tasty though...

      • Thunder77
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        Wings on the kettle for us too!

      Tri-tip hash made from leftover tri-tip:

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      • Breadhead
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        Mmmm... You need some biscuits and gravy with that hash.😋

      • mgaretz
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        Not this California boy! Maybe a poached egg or two...

      Today's Dunch.😋

      Shrimp & Sausage Jambalaya... Mmmm I love spicy Cajun food!
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        Pulled pork. Sweet Italian Bacon pizza with KC sweet sauce.
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        Last edited by Jon Solberg; June 3, 2016, 04:25 PM.

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        • DWCowles
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          That's what I'm talking about. Looks great Jon

        • Breadhead
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          Nice looking pizza...😋 Great shaping on that dough!

        Fantastic looking Pizza Jon! Got to give that a try.

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          Sous vide salmon

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            London Broil. Dry-brined for a few hours, then seasoned with dill weed, garlic powder and Old Bay. Two-zone setup for an hour to go from 38F to 125F, then seared over the coals to 135F. Served with mashed potatoes and a simple salad.

            (And yes, that really is the start of a smoke ring.)
            Last edited by boftx; June 3, 2016, 09:24 PM.

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            • DWCowles
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              I love Old Bay....it will go on anything

            • Thunder77
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              That is beautiful. It's tricky to get a london broil that good!

            Good god in heaven just pile everything up on the last page and serve with a little gravy!

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              Tried to make some Char Siu Ribs tonight. They were okay, but a bit chewie. Since I didn't have baby backs, but spares, the cooking time was propably not long enough. We ate half of them anyway and then dumped the other half back to the grill. I'll tell how that worked out!

              I'm not familiar with Char Siu before, but I thought the recipe lacked in acidity, so I squeezed some lemon juice on top of them and it seemed to work.
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              • Timo
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                So, I had them in the grill for a half an hour more. They were a bit drier but also a lot more tender. My guests were very impressed! Still, I have to say, that in my opinion it's very hard to top the Last Meal Ribs. I've learned to love the smoke!

              Crawfish etouffee. Can't smoke in the rain!
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              • DWCowles
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                Sure you can @SteveDromLafayette just get a canopy

              • Thunder77
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                Awww yeah! You can't get much better than that! 👍

              • JeffJ
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                Stew served over rice is simply divine. That looks phenomenal. Nicely done.

              Root beer this time! @JerodBroussard
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              • Jerod Broussard
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                richinlbrg sweetness, they said it was as if a dollop of vanilla ice cream was dropped into each bottle.

              • richinlbrg
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                Maybe we need a subcategory for this - I don't want to hijack this thread. I hope you let us know how you like it!

              • Jerod Broussard
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                We talking root beer, it's all good. I will give feedback. Though all I have to compare to is Barq's, A & W, IBC....maybe something from the LoneStar Brewery in San Antonio in the summer of 1990.

              OK, Medusa , your burgers looked so guuud, we had some 80/20 we needed to cook, so we stole your recipe.

              GUUUUD

              The onions kinda hid the burger, but a double thumbs up! Burgers were a bit loose, I might add a binder next time.
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              • Jerod Broussard
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                We are doing burgers tomorrow night, I plan to eat a couple "hamburger steaks topped with caramelized onions" darn it, burgers Monday
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