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    Thursday night after work Q on the SnSClick image for larger version

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    Prosciutto wrapped striped bass on my 22.5 mastertouch

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    • bbqoaf
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      Looks awesome.

    • martybartram
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      wowsers

    Forgot to take pictures of the tacos, but these are onions, charred on the grill, then "pickled" in 50-50 orange-lime juice + salt, to go with my left over pulled pork, a pineapple-habanero hot sauce, some cheddar and some sour cream to make tacos.

    Kinda like dummy cochinita pibil. I think I'm gonna do pibil with JKLA's recipe next month.

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    • Potkettleblack
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      Interesting flavor on their own. Fantastic on the pork. Honestly, if it didn't have the hot sauce, it wouldn't need the crema, and likely not the cheese.

    • Breadhead
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      Nice combination of flavors.👌 How many habanero's did you use? Did you devain them?

    • Potkettleblack
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      The hot sauce came from a bottle. Bravado Spice Company. I think it came with a box of stuff from a club, being the one thing in the box I didn't really want to own. Not bad, but really aggressively hot, in a way that is like tabasco on steroids.

    Weber's "Smoked" Big Beef Back Ribs (pp. 84-5). My first ever attempt at beef ribs although I've eaten them in pro shops. I think my butcher's help - dry-aged side of prime that she usually uses for catering - made the difference. I used the recipe dry rub and the recipe plum-based glaze. Used FOGO charcoal and Clint Cantwell's, "Stack a couple layers about halfway around where the coal grate meets the kettle". I had no hickory chunks but did have two pounds on nonmoldy hickory chips so I sprinkled them liberally on the charcoal. Four hours of cooking at 220-250F (per TW 362B) yielded this:

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    Last edited by Harry; June 24, 2016, 01:44 PM. Reason: EDIT - the drink is a 2:1 Whistle Pig straight rye (100 proof) & Dolins sweet vermouth with lots of salt-free Angostura - got to be healthy, you know - hence, the salt-free..

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    • fuzzydaddy
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      Nice ribs. I should not have looked at these after dinner.

    Sausage(Saasage)-Peppers-Potatoes....A Chicago ting.....Italian "Saasage" is homemade at a local grocery called "Ed's Way" Owned by Ed. I buy most of my meat there and bring it to the country house. The sausage, peppers and potatoes were initially grilled on the Weber 22 and then brought together with chicken stock...Potatoes being the thickening agent. Arugula picked from the garden with strawberries, gorgonzola and homemade caesar dressing. I am officially on vacation for 10 days




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    Last edited by troymeister; June 24, 2016, 03:08 PM.

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      Enjoy your vacation and eat well. It looks like the eating well part is covered!

    Faux pasta, that's raw zucchini salted and placed in a strainer to get rid of water. Then tossed in avocado oil, garlic and anchovies sauce.

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      I ordered my SnS yesterday and got it today, can't ask for better service than that David Parrish
      Didn't get to cook anything low and slow but did put out some fantastic pork tenderloins and potatoes
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      • fuzzydaddy
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        Your tenderloins look amazing and nice surface browning. Thanks for the photos! My 22" kettle is also copper - nice color choice!

      • David Parrish
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        Glad to hear Voltron15! Nice first cook!

      • Harry
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        As fuzz said, the tenderloin looks perfectly cooked. Nice.

        Uh, I wonder if I have one in the freezer . . .

      Just a quick Strip steak and porkchop from the other day! Fast, easy, tasty.
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      • bbqoaf
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        Hahaha, nice, that's exactly what's on my menu tonight, cow and pig chops.

      Apple Bombs with Maple Creme Fraiche. Wedge of Granny Smith apple rolled in Dizzy Pig Pineapple Head, then wrapped in bacon and dusted with more Pineapple Head. Cooked indirect for about thirty minutes, then direct for 5 or so until bacon crisps. The maple creme fraiche is the perfect accompaniment. Great dessert. Credit for A-Bombs goes to another poster on another forum.

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      • fuzzydaddy
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        That does not look good...it looks awesome! I picked the wrong time to loose a few bbq pounds, well some of it is ice cream pounds.

      • Pequod
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        Apples! Counts as a fruit serving!

      Butterflied stuffed flank, with Genoa salami, fontina, parmigiana, breadcrumbs, herbs and alliums. Tasty, but has me thinking of better ways to get the flavor without the mess.

      I didn't take a picture of the tied, rolled log. I made a mistake, in that the first tie should have been at .75" rather than 1.5". I made a second error in going from left to right, rather than both ends to the middle. The lack of offset is why they are different heights. I think going ends to middle would have kept more filling in.

      If I were to do this again, I think I would not make a stuffing, so much as layer sliced salami, provolone, micro planed parm, and the. A seasoned breadcrumb. That would likely allow a tighter roll. But you'd lose the big gobs of fontina which really made this.

      Kenji Alt Lopez technique, which I find produces good results but can be a bit finicky. I find I like more forgiving techniques. Ain't nothing but an ADHD thing.

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      • Breadhead
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        Good knife work my friend.👍

      • Potkettleblack
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        I messed up the seam a bit. But I love my boning knife.

      • fuzzydaddy
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        Yummy! Well done.

      A recent steak cookthat I forgot to post. Father's day grass feed NY strips.
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      • JeffJ
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        That is a beautiful medium/medium rare.

      • SoonerBQuer
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        Thanks, was slightly rareish but that's what the wife and I like it that way .

      Another cook yesterday with two chuckies and some beef finger ribs. One chuckie was kobe, yum! Sorry the chuckies were so good we forgot pictures before it was all gone, lol
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      Grilled tomatoes and zucchini on my BGE on the flat side of my Grill Grates. A light coating of olive oil and a light sprinkle of kosher salt, pepper, and garlic powder.

      Grill grates were on top of my cooking grate, and no indirect piece. I put these on when the Grill Grates were about 300 and they topped out at about 600 in the 8 minute cook. I had the lid open during the 8 minutes and knew that the lump would crank up fast. Worked out very well.

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      • richinlbrg
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        And that, my friends, is the kind of stuff you can do when you know your equipment and have a bunch of experience!!

        Looks GREAT, fuzzydaddy !!

      • Breadhead
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        Schu-eet.👍

      • JeffJ
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        Grilled veggies rock!

      Bone in turkey breast for the week while I do a pastrami. Haven't done Turkey in a while, I forgot how good it is.

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      • Breadhead
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        That's a beautiful piece of turkey and a nice picture too.👍

      • fuzzydaddy
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        ^ +1 to what Breadhead said!!!

      • David Parrish
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        Yes, nice cook and nice pic!

      Heeeee haaaaaw!!

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      • RonB
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        That's one great looking hunk o' meat!

      • fuzzydaddy
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        I'm wiling to take any leftovers, but I doubt there were.

      • Ernest
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        fuzzydaddy steak leftovers huh? LOL

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