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    Labor Day food

    Let’s see what you’re cooking!



    • Troutman
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    • holehogg
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      Oh no!

    • HawkerXP
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      I'm back. Chicken thighs!

    How can I show you, I haven’t cooked it yet


      I’m cooking bear when he is done brining in my salt water pool.
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      I’ve got a tri-tip that’s hitting the grill this afternoon!


        Butt of course! This went on around 8:15 this morning.

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            On the pellet grill yesterday, I did a pair of pork butts. When they got wrapped and moved to the lower grate, I put on a pastrami point I'd been trying in the fridge for a couple of days.

            It finally finished last night about 2230 and I pulled it off, let it set about 10 minutes in the butcher paper, then wrapped it all in foil (butcher paper and all) and stuck it in the fridge.

            Tonight I was trying to think of something to do with my flattop and the pastrami, so I came up with this idea. Tell me what you think.

            Smashburger patties
            Havarti cheese
            Steamed pastrami (in an improvised steamer on the flattop)
            Grilled onions
            Grilled brioche bread (if I can find some)
            Homemade Russian (not Thousand Island) dressing

            Ending up with:
            Pastrami smashburger patty melts with Russian dressing and grilled onions.

            Sound tasty? What do you guys think of the idea?
            Last edited by DogFaced PonySoldier; September 6, 2021, 01:06 PM.


            • smokin fool
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              I’d have to come over for tasters to decide😁😁😁😁😁😁

            1st attempt on tripod ribs. Marinated in orange juice garlic, soy sauce and Tabasco scorpion.
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ID:	1089680 Chicken thighs! Soaked in Italian dressing surrounding the Vortex.


              • smokenoob
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                Nice! Looked up that vortex, they are proud of those!

              • HawkerXP
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                yes they are. If you can get some thin SS and can cut and rivet you could certainly make your own. Mrs. H saw it on my dream list on amazon and got it for me last Christmas.
                Beware the cheaper ones..... Chinese knock offs. smokenoob


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