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    Yesterday was huge all beef hot dogs from Trader Joes, http://www.traderjoes.com/fearless-f...article_id=124 a beer can chicken, and a pork tenderloin!

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    Last night we did pizza on the grill.

    Never tried it before, but it turned out awesome. Just roll out the dough. Grill for about two min on each side. Then top it with mozz cheese, tomatoes, onions and zucchini and grill on low until the cheeze melts. Top with fresh basil.

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    Lemon Rosemary chicken, broccoli with with Chipotle-Lime Butter, and (roasted pototaes...sheeee)

    Lemon Rosemary chicken is super easy:

    4 chicken breasts
    1/2 cup of your favorite Italian dressing
    1/4 cup fresh lemon juice (with zest)
    TBSP of fresh chopped rosemary

    Combine in a glass baking dish (or large ziplock) and marinade for about 30 minutes (not too long with all that lemon juice!)

    The Broccoli recipe is found here: http://www.jasonandshawnda.com/foodi...archives/12202

    i have never grilled broccoli before. it was awesome! Only thing I was missing was queso fresco. i substituted feta and it was great.

    Happy grilling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooftop59 View Post
    Lemon Rosemary chicken, broccoli with with Chipotle-Lime Butter, and (roasted pototaes...sheeee)

    Lemon Rosemary chicken is super easy:

    4 chicken breasts
    1/2 cup of your favorite Italian dressing
    1/4 cup fresh lemon juice (with zest)
    TBSP of fresh chopped rosemary

    Combine in a glass baking dish (or large ziplock) and marinade for about 30 minutes (not too long with all that lemon juice!)

    The Broccoli recipe is found here: http://www.jasonandshawnda.com/foodi...archives/12202

    i have never grilled broccoli before. it was awesome! Only thing I was missing was queso fresco. i substituted feta and it was great.

    Happy grilling!

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    Yesterday I did up grilled chicken - some w/ just a rub, some w/ bbq sauce.

    Tonight I'm going to smoke some wild salmon!

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    Not a damn thing in this heat. Topping 100 deg now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark090852 View Post
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    Started smoking a 14 lb. brisket at 4:00am this morning. Ready for serving at 4:00pm this afternoon. Everybody raved about it. Got a pretty nice smoke ring working there. Baked beans and macaroni salad on the side. Man food! We'll get back to vegetables and salads tomorrow! lol
    14lb.?

    Just want to confirm...

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    Surf & turf fish sticks & chicken nuggets...

    Nah, just joshin'...

    Center-cut bacon wrapped Sea Scallops as app.

    Ribeye (from a local ('bout 70 minutes away) Ranch that just opened a market up locally (only 6-7 miles away)), Sockeye Salmon, brussell sprouts, asparagus and corn on de cobb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark090852 View Post
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    This evening it was salmon with a brown sugar, cracked peppercorn, and garlic, glaze. Grilled over charcoal with a little hickory smoke. Sides were grilled asparagus and a red, white, and blue, salad.
    Grilled asparagus has to be one of my favs...luckily my pee doesn't even stink!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooftop59 View Post
    Grilled asparagus has to be one of my favs...luckily my pee doesn't even stink!
    If your pee doesn't stink, you're eating it wrong... lol
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    Not a damn thing!! Summer winds took my Weber out!!

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    First thing tomorrow morning I start prepping three racks of baby back ribs. Can't wait my mouth is watering already!
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    Some halibut and fresh dungeness crab. I caught it, cleaned it, and now we are going eat it.
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    Ground chuck formed into 8oz. patties !

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    1.5 lbs of captains cut cod....broiled with butter and Panko lemon pepper bread crumbs.....side of salad with Marie's creamy italian garlic dressing......yummm.......all for me

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    A nice thick rib eye steak and mushrooms.

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    Last night I smoked up some wild salmon I got at the local seafood market, steamed up some clams (white wine, garlic, fresh garden tomato and onion), wild rice, and a nice Pinot.

    Today, we are snacking on the cold left over salmon on crackers with cheese....mmmmm......

    Tonight I'm doing up a nice looking tritip - oil it down with some olive oil, rub in some kosher salt and cracked black pepper and sear it up on the grill.

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    Two full racks of baby backs.

    Got the smoke going like crazy.

    And my slick new gizmo remote digital thermometer - I can lurk on the forum with the receiver next to my laptop and monitor the exact temp of both the bbq and the meat - at the same time.

    Gonna pull the racks off after 2 hrs of solid smoke then use the 'Texas Crutch' of foil and broth to braise them for another 3 hrs - low and slow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    Two full racks of baby backs.

    Got the smoke going like crazy.

    And my slick new gizmo remote digital thermometer - I can lurk on the forum with the receiver next to my laptop and monitor the exact temp of both the bbq and the meat - at the same time.

    Gonna pull the racks off after 2 hrs of solid smoke then use the 'Texas Crutch' of foil and broth to braise them for another 3 hrs - low and slow!
    Damn, man. Need some company?
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    Chicken halfs! Pics to come....

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconcry72 View Post
    Damn, man. Need some company?
    Just as a followup - the ribs were right on dang near perfect!

    Good smoke, tender w/ just a bit of tug on the bite, nice crisp glaze that combined tang and sweetness.

    If I could repeat this everytime I did ribs - I'd be absolutely content and happy!

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    I wish I could afford to put meat on the grill (sad pathetic story just to gather some sympathy).
    You feel sorry for me?

    When you "harvest" as many deer as I do a year, there is no problem making it to the next season!
    Not sure you ever had marinated venison, but I will tell ya, there is a reason it is a delicacy!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Marinate it, and you will be a believer!!!!!!!
    I made some tonight, thick cut steaks, went to move a large steak from the foil to plate and it broke it half from tenderness!
    MELT IN YOUR MOUTH!
    PURE ORGANIC FEED I might add!
    No hormones here!

    Throw a bear or a couple of wild turkeys in the mix!
    I'm telling ya, if you own a grill, you owe it to yourself to "take" organic!
    None better, you can't buy it!

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    Country style ribs, grilled sweet corn, and grilled sourdough bread. Click image for larger version

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    We had Ribeyes that marinated in a bourbon and brown-sugar marinade and some baked spuds. Was pretty darn good and the kids ate there share, plus half of my steak.
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    Last night it was London Broil and grilled fingerling and sweet potatoes.

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    :-)
    Diggin' the roastedf vegtetables! I never cared for sweet potatoes as a youngster, but I do now.

    We had a grilled, marinated tri-tip steak last night with skewered, grilled fresh (i.e., just picked) seasonal vegetables and salad (fresh lettuce, 'maters and chives from our own garden). mmm.
    My organic beef connection (not cheap, but great meat - from cattle who are nice and happy... well, except probably for those last few minutes): http://www.riverrockfarm.com/
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    2 slabs of St. Louis Ribs. 3 lbs of fresh Lake Erie Walleye. Home made potatoe salad, corn on the cob & fried zuchinni. And for desert pinaple upside down cake.

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    we had the first fresh-harvested corn of the season tonight, grilled.

    Cut off the protruding silk and the remaining stem. Soak 1 hour in cold water. Grille, in the husks, over indirect heat for 30 minutes, turning twice.

    Result: perfect every time. Bonus: after cooking, the husks and remaining silk easily peels off - much easier than cleaning before it is cooked.

    I wonder why anyone eats corn out of season, tell you the truth...
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    Smoked two 7.9 lb pork shoulder/Boston Butts for about 10 hours. Had friends over for pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, and cole slaw. Click image for larger version

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    The heat wave finally broke, so the grill was a grilling Marinated Deer Steaks with Mccormiks Grill Masters Pepperkorn and Kabobs made with Zuchini, Bannana Peppers, and Onions and tomatoes from the garden. The garden has survived the drought due to constant watering. Samuel Adams Lager Ice Cold to prep, during the grilling process, and to wash it all down.

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