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tis the season!what's everybody like,gas?charcoal?whats your favorite thing to grill?for me its "kingsford" all the way,never much cared for gas,did'nt seem like a real bar-b-que.nothing like grilling steaks on the patio,ice chest close by,and my telescope for when the sun goes down.now thats living!
 

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Originally posted by terry patterson
tis the season!what's everybody like,gas?charcoal?whats your favorite thing to grill?for me its "kingsford" all the way,never much cared for gas,did'nt seem like a real bar-b-que.nothing like grilling steaks on the patio,ice chest close by,and my telescope for when the sun goes down.now thats living!
Technically; grilling is not BBQing. BBQing is slow coaking over woodchips. But I like grilling steaks over gas or coal with mesquite wood chips tossed into the fire for that smokey flavour!
 

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Re: Re: bar-b-que

Originally posted by RichardS
Technically; grilling is not BBQing. BBQing is slow coaking over woodchips. But I like grilling steaks over gas or coal with mesquite wood chips tossed into the fire for that smokey flavour!
Technacalities. It still cooks the meat.
 

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I use a Weber gas grill. My favorite meat is beef brisket slow cooked. I wrap hickory chips in foil with a small opening on top after soaking them for about half an hour. Then I place the chips under the grill and use indirect heating to slow cook the brisket. I also have a recipe for a dry rub that I use on the brisket before I fire it. After 2 hours, I take out the brisket, brush with my wife's barbecue sauce and wrap the brisket in a tightly sealed aluminum foil and put back in the Weber for another 2 hours. Slice the brisket against the grain, it melts like butter!
 

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Kingsford charcoal all the way:thumb:

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Grilling... BBQing... it all takes too long... I would, but some for some reason I can't cook outdoors with a flamethrower... some city ordinance about projecting flames...
 

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my doc put me on an medium-cooked-steak diet for a full month because he thought i was Anemic (low iron count in my blood) so all this talk about steak is disgusting me. however a nice BLT with mayo wouldn't hurt!
 

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Charcoal all the way. I like stuffed pork chops, throw the potatoes right on there too. Meat loaf is great also. Hang on a minute. I have to go to the fridge.
 

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Post above about outdoor grilling and bonafide BBQ-ing not being the same - is probably right (according to the Travel Channel - that was entirely correct).

Anyway - out here in KC -is some of the absolute best BBQ you can find (it is the main thing I like about being out here) - oh and meat being low card (or no card) - is 'Atkins approved' -so you can like stuff yourself on red meat until you hurl - if you drink a diet soda - and about 15 pounds of meat the only cards you consume is on the sauce -- and you have maybe a 7000 calorie meal (or more) ...

ok sorry about the Carb sermon thing -- am a diebetic - and know way more about carbs than a normal human wants/needs to :rolleyes:
 
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