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    Anyone else BBQ'n tonight

    I'm fortunate enough to have 4' overhangs at my house...yes, it's raining. Just got done grilling some turkey burgers w/pepper jack and bacon...I can't wait for Summer
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    Yep. Everyday now the last 4 nights! Lamb chops tonight!!
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    I keep wussin out. I need to put the Weber kettle in the garage and smoke a brisket. Those burgers sound nice. Homemade chicken soup tonight with grilled cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Yep. Everyday now the last 4 nights! Lamb chops tonight!!
    I love lamb chops...a little olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper! Bring it 🤘🏽

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    I love lamb chops...a little olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper! Bring it 🤘🏽
    That is EXACTLY how we had it. Then I charred that fat. Yeah!
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    I forgot to mention the avocado on the burgers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchester View Post
    I need to put the Weber kettle in the garage and smoke a brisket.
    Uhhhhuhhh...

    https://www.quickenloans.com/blog/bb...arbecue-grills

    Donít light the grill inside a garage, even if the door is open. Never use a barbecue indoors or in tents. This is a dangerous fire hazard and can cause high levels of carbon monoxide.
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    Cooked up a Bison rib eye steak last night from J-Bar-S Bison Ranch.
    This is along highway 20 just west of Upper Lake.
    Welcome to J-Bar-S Ranch Bison Store: A real working Bison Ranch in Mendocino County

    Great burgers too!

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    Last 2 nights I braved rain to grill up tri-tip then burgers!

    Burgers! Mix the ground beef with a healthy amount of olive oil, a couple cloves of garlic minced, and a sprinkle of basil, salt/pepper as desired. Mix it up well and form patties. Mmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Uhhhhuhhh...

    https://www.quickenloans.com/blog/bb...arbecue-grills

    Donít light the grill inside a garage, even if the door is open. Never use a barbecue indoors or in tents. This is a dangerous fire hazard and can cause high levels of carbon monoxide.
    Quicken loans knows squat about smoking brisket. Yeah i also shut both entrances and lock my kids and pets in there for 12 hours too.

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    oh you talking about grillin'....

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    I recently started eating meat after over 15 years as a vegetarian... I guess my avatar is no longer a double entendre!

    Our house has a covered patio in the back yard..Grilled up a pork loin last night, it had marinated for about 24 hours beforehand.

    Yum! No pics unfortunately.. =(
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    Quote Originally Posted by jibmaster View Post
    Cooked up a Bison rib eye steak last night from J-Bar-S Bison Ranch.
    This is along highway 20 just west of Upper Lake.
    Welcome to J-Bar-S Ranch Bison Store: A real working Bison Ranch in Mendocino County

    Great burgers too!
    Ukiah is my old stomping grounds...that place looks kinda new? How long have they been there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Ukiah is my old stomping grounds...that place looks kinda new? How long have they been there?
    Not sure. It's been there for several years at least.
    I like to get a Bison Burger after skiing at Blue Wing Saloon in Upper Lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibmaster View Post
    Cooked up a Bison rib eye steak last night from J-Bar-S Bison Ranch.
    This is along highway 20 just west of Upper Lake.
    Welcome to J-Bar-S Ranch Bison Store: A real working Bison Ranch in Mendocino County

    Great burgers too!
    Just stocked up on ground bison there last week. Last day of a sale.

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    No BBQ for a bit. Rainy, windy, and branchy here.

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    Crazy warm weather on the front range of Colorado.... I grilled tonight and then sat outside until 7:30 in a t-shirt (I had pants on too before one of you smart-alecs gets a turn! )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Handlebar View Post
    Crazy warm weather on the front range of Colorado.... I grilled tonight and then sat outside until 7:30 in a t-shirt (I had pants on too before one of you smart-alecs gets a turn! )
    It couldn't have been that warm...you still had yer pants on Actually, that sounds pretty warm...since your in Colorado.

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    Wrap around covered porch in the Lost Sierra. Barbecue year round. Salmon and Pinot tonight.

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    After today's awesome ride, I thought I'd grill up some pizzas.
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    Well, the hail finally stopped...fire up the big green egg
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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Well, the hail finally stopped...fire up the big green egg
    Damn... you have one of those enthusiast grills huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Damn... you have one of those enthusiast grills huh?
    That's right boy...we got lucky and grabbed one when Costco had them. They work great...a bit over priced What are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    That's right boy...we got lucky and grabbed one when Costco had them. They work great...a bit over priced What are you using?
    Got a 5 year old Weber Genesis. Just got it... $150. Deals are there for the quick.
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    Threw a brisket on the smoker at 6:30 before I left to ride. Got back around 11 and cleaned up. Opened the grill around 1 to find a perfectly cooked piece of meat. Smoked with maple wood. Family loved it.

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    Sunday afternoon, put strip steaks on the grill getting out before the predicted big winds came in. It was a sunny 62 degrees in mid-Colorado and although I grill year round (umbrella sometimes, shoveled snow path others), it's been a while since I had the grill going .
    Our dinner guests were our two grandkids. I cut up small steak bites for the youngest who mixed them with peas and broccoli/waldorf salad. Evan is 6 and Emmett turns 2 in three weeks.
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    Old and new in effect
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc View Post
    Old and new in effect
    Did you get the grill on the right for $150.00? That's the deal of the century

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    Too cold and wet to BBQ here. So I made chicken piccata! Mmm

    I know it doesn't apply to this thread but I'm jealous and want to be cool like you guys. Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Well, the hail finally stopped...fire up the big green egg
    I like the green egg, but I went the lazy route and got a green mountain electric pellet fed smoker. I have the 1st generation and it's getting a bit tired. May need an upgrade soon.

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    That's a fast brisket, mine usually take ~18hrs

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    Got a couple pork chops on the green egg right now

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    I have a Genesis as well and it cooks better than any grill I have ever had. Before that I had an older Weber which I sold fairly cheap. While looking though Craigslist the other day I see my old grill for sale looking just as it did when I sold it three years ago. Those things just last forever!

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    I've got the same Genesis in classic Weber Black. LOVE that grill!
    She fed me Lamb Kabobs last night!!
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    I cleaned up our Genesis today; it's got to be about 10-12 years old...this might be its last Summer Pizza and lager this afternoon
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    Picked up some pork ribs the other day at Costco...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSocko View Post
    I like the green egg, but I went the lazy route and got a green mountain electric pellet fed smoker. I have the 1st generation and it's getting a bit tired. May need an upgrade soon.

    My GMG Jim Bowie with the latest control board KICKS ASS! Works way better than the previous gen controller.

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    I picked up this Tomahawk and we hit it.

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    Try this recipe. It's pretty amazing.

    Sriracha Pork Chops | Big Green Egg

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    Finally, I get to try the Tomahawk!!! Been staring at a piece like this at the Summit Store for years.Anyone else BBQ'n tonight-17757591_1714020405280343_9117432186828572564_n-1-001.jpg
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    Smoked chuck roast burnt ends




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    I smoked some red peppers yesterday, then grilled up some turkey burgers...topped them off with some thick cut pepper bacon, avacado, pepper jack cheese, and the smoked red pepper.

    Grilled pizza on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motocatfish View Post
    My GMG Jim Bowie with the latest control board KICKS ASS! Works way better than the previous gen controller.

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    8 boston butts with a little room to spare! :-) But, not tonight...


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    I gave my Daniel Boone a good cleaning yesterday. I had to replace the temp sensor as it would get to 92 degrees and not move. Temp sensor replacement seems to have fixed it. I also took out the 2 wind deflectors as alot of people said that they are not needed.
    What pellets do you use? I have always used the GMG gold's but found a lack of smoke flavor. I just bought a bag of apple Q-pellets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSocko View Post
    I gave my Daniel Boone a good cleaning yesterday.
    ...I also took out the 2 wind deflectors as alot of people said that they are not needed.
    What pellets do you use? I have always used the GMG gold's but found a lack of smoke flavor. I just bought a bag of apple Q-pellets.

    Tried different gaps for the deflectors & removal, but the temp balance across the grill gets worse on mine. Certainly heats up quicker with 'em removed. With new controller, mine works best with deflectors against heat shield as show in manual.

    Talked to GMG about their newer stainless-steel shield & drip pan, and they do not recommend them for smoking/bbq. Sez they're for folks grilling at high temps.

    I've tried a lot of different pellets, and keep coming back to these;
    "CookinPellets 40PM Perfect Mix Smoking Pellets" from amazon prime.

    With those pellets & Costco's "Kirkland Sweet Mesquite Seasoning" as the rub, no one ever asks for bbq sauce!!! :-)



    Speaking of Costco ... last night we had some salmon & veggies on the old weber;


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    Easter pizza
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    A buddy gave me his excellent rib rub recipe to try. Put 'em on the smoker this morning. :-)

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    The Costco St.Louis ribs kinda overwhelm the old weber rib rack. Looking at newer ones, none seem tall or slots wide enough to hold these monsters apart.

    Anyone found BIGGER rib racks that work?

    Mmmm ... can't wait for dinner!

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    The MTBR and BBQ Gods are speaking to me tonight!! I just put this together 20 min ago lol smoking ribs and sausage this weekend


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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie View Post
    Try this recipe. It's pretty amazing.

    Sriracha Pork Chops | Big Green Egg
    I'm a sparky myself...I tried your recipe tonight...very tasty, thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by motocatfish View Post
    A buddy gave me his excellent rib rub recipe to try. Put 'em on the smoker this morning. :-)

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    The Costco St.Louis ribs kinda overwhelm the old weber rib rack. Looking at newer ones, none seem tall or slots wide enough to hold these monsters apart.

    Anyone found BIGGER rib racks that work?

    Mmmm ... can't wait for dinner!

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    why not lay em flat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSocko View Post
    I gave my Daniel Boone a good cleaning yesterday. I had to replace the temp sensor as it would get to 92 degrees and not move. Temp sensor replacement seems to have fixed it. I also took out the 2 wind deflectors as alot of people said that they are not needed.
    What pellets do you use? I have always used the GMG gold's but found a lack of smoke flavor. I just bought a bag of apple Q-pellets.
    I've been using pecan and really like it. You're not going to get a lot of smoke flavor out of GMG. they burn too efficiently.
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    Thats a great idea! I have never thought of that. You just got cubed pieces and put whatever rub you wanted on them and then smoked them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_street View Post
    Thats a great idea! I have never thought of that. You just got cubed pieces and put whatever rub you wanted on them and then smoked them?
    I'm using pecan pellets in a yoder pellet smoker. I got rid of my GMG as it couldn't do what I wanted.
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    Pork butt on the smoker this weekend, with some smoked jalapeno poppers

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    why not lay em flat?
    I usually do when smoking three racks. I want to smoke MORE racks on the grate level.

    COOL to hear other smokers around here. :-)


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    My pleasure. I made a spatchcocked chicken off the bge cookbook. Was a big hit. Skipped the brining as I'm not a fan of it.

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    Bought a weber kettle over the weekend to add to my collection. Haven't used charcoal in years, dam the burgers were good.

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