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Old July 14th, 2014, 06:51 PM
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Finishing up some smoked and BBQ'd chickens. Usually I will smoke them for 6 hours but on a week night I smoke them for 2 and BBQ them for 1.
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Finishing up some smoked and BBQ'd chickens. Usually I will smoke them for 6 hours but on a week night I smoke them for 2 and BBQ them for 1.
I'm going to come hang out at your place on the weekends when I move since I won't have a grill.
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Old July 15th, 2014, 07:46 PM
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I'm going to come hang out at your place on the weekends when I move since I won't have a grill.
No problem. Hopefully I will be yardscapng soon. Getting ready for paint inside now
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Bet some people are grilling effigies of CBP agents
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Old July 15th, 2014, 09:54 PM
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That chicken looks righteous!
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We participated in the NJ State Championship in Wildwood, NJ last week. We didn't finish that well but high enough to be go back next year.
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And our best finisher, 6th place chicken
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Old July 28th, 2014, 07:13 PM
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Anyone ever do grilled salmon? I just made some baked salmon last night and it was awesome. I've got some of those wood planks for grilling seafood, so I want to give it a try! Any recipes or tips would be appreciated.

From last night...

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Soak the alder plank in water overnight or it just catches fire. It's a good way to get that smokey flavor for salmon on a grill.
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Same here...but with the rainbow I caught yesterday(should be in the "fly fishing" thread... Recipes would be great.
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Same here...but with the rainbow I caught yesterday(should be in the "fly fishing" thread... Recipes would be great.
If you could go ahead and send me that fish, that'd be great.
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Many of the boost members have shopped at Tom's all natural freezer. Right now we have small quantities of Elk, Mule Deer, Salmon, Yellowtail, and smoked Marlin. There probably is a frozen pizza in there as well. On your way up stop by we can grill/smoke whatever you want.
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Anyone ever do grilled salmon? I just made some baked salmon last night and it was awesome. I've got some of those wood planks for grilling seafood, so I want to give it a try! Any recipes or tips would be appreciated. From last night...
Just made it tonight; bought one of those stainless 'vegetable' grilling pans, just put it on foil on one of those.

I live in fear of sending a $10 piece of fish into my grill (the land of misfit meats) so I always cook it on foil
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Old July 28th, 2014, 08:35 PM
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Many of the boost members have shopped at Tom's all natural freezer. Right now we have small quantities of Elk, Mule Deer, Salmon, Yellowtail, and smoked Marlin. There probably is a frozen pizza in there as well. On your way up stop by we can grill/smoke whatever you want.
I literally want all of that.
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Beer butt chicken tonight. Started off with a dry rub, then for the last 10 min put on a thin layer of barbecue sauce, and finished it off with some spring onions and cilantro.







Some good news about moving to NYC, the new apartment has an outdoor kitchen with a barbecue on the roof. The bad news is that its gas. I'm hoping that it will be a nice barbecue and not some Lowes piece of junk.
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How to I cook this?
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Is that a lamb chop?
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How to I cook this?
That looks like a dino rib. AKA a beef short rib, cut long for maximum paleo enjoyment.
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I don't know what it is, looks very petite??
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Old August 26th, 2014, 09:37 PM
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Unfortunately I won't be posting any more epic BBQ pics. I loaded the Primo on the trailer and took it to my friend's house (who is the owner). It was a sad day in Richmond.

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