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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
Waygu Colette and some pork ribs (pics from a few hours ago)
Not pictured yet, pork belly cubes and wings
Made BBQ, orange, and jerk wings
i made a couple of steaks for tonight - one ribeye and one strip.
s&p&garlic powder + olive oil
my dog thought it was a good idea to burrow under a tree beside my garage and make what seems to be a nest so he could stalk me. also plz refrain from shitting on my yard, i'm aware of the work i need to do to my recent purchase
Smoke fried wings were a hit. Brisket bonus pic
Brown sugar cold salt water brine for a few hours (make sure wings are broken up to absorb the brine) > drain/take off brine > bus tub> toss in Frank’s red hot, coarse ground black pepper, dry rub seasoning > smoke at 220 +/- until plump (2 hours +/-) > take off smoker cool down in walk in cooler > flash fry @325-350 until crispy > toss (glaze don’t soak) in wing sauce (franks red hot, white vinegar, honey, Worcestershire) > serve
Aside from tossing in Frank's between the brining and smoking and not having a walk-in cooler, this is pretty much what I did. They were a hit, with one person saying they were some of the best wings they've ever had.
Lol at not having a walk in cooler.
Can you even imagine?
Good to hear your mommy stopped by for dinner
Little smoker my dad had in a storage shed as long as i can remember
I cannot decide on getting the Big Joe or the Primo. I'm paralyzed
Where do you live?
Getting some smoke on some pork skins before frying them up
1 big joe vote
Chicken thighs on the minimax
What do you do to your thighs pre cook? Pls get kinky.
My thighs get super moist and saucy
Marinade for 24-48 hours in:
Red pepper flakes
And a touch of sesame oil
Water to dilute it down a bit
Putting in an outdoor kitchen. I have about 10 feet to work with. My XL BGE and a sink are a must. On the other side, not sure what to put in. Should I do a small BGE or a gas grill? Thoughts? Wife is pushing for gas bc it's easy and she could use during the week when I'm at work and she's cooking. If I go gas, anyone have experience with Wolf outdoor grills? We are putting a Wolf range in the kitchen so it'd be cool to have them match but they are pricey and definitely overkill bc I don't see myself using it much. I'll always opt for the BGE.
Can’t beat the convenience of having a gas grill in addition to your egg
A lot of them have trays for wood pellets too in the event you need some extra smoking space.
Flat top griddle connected to propane/gas. Here is where you could potentially get the gas grill aspect or combo with griddle.
I'm getting the blackstone flat top griddle in the new house.
Kitchen range is gas and has a flat top so don't really need that. This would be a burgers and dog grill, honestly.
Good friend of mine bought a Broilmaster last year and loves it.
What I came to type. It’s perfect for searing and larger cooks. Ultimate goal is to build outdoor space with kamado, flat and wood fire space for pizza/baking.
Lol at having a flat top inside means you dont need one outside
I mean you have an oven inside, why put a BGE outside ?
I mean why do need this Yeti Tundra 350, I have a walk-in freezer?!
Was going to say in Georgia you can get great deals if you buy from Atlanta grill company. Has to be onsite though. I’m not 100% but I’d guess Primo is the same way, also in Georgia. A co worker and I almost drove down a few times to load up on shit but timing never worked out.
Primo is made in metro Atlanta. Not driving there for a deal. Either one will be local from dealer or on-line
I am currently planning an outdoor space too and have convinced myself I should go pellet grill instead of propane as a secondary piece to my big joe. It is still easy enough for my wife to use and doesn't sacrifice taste.
I haven't looked at cookers in year. Do they may a pellet built in?
Yep, they make a bunch that are actual built in but they are pretty pricey. I'm thinking about just having the guy who builds the counters incorporate a chassis that will fit a regular pellet, like a Traeger or RecTec.
I’m with you, I found the best price on KJ personally. Check ATL grill company, watch them. I actually found a decent used grill, flipped it and bought from there. I want to say around this time of year, or in the next month, the prices for this year's model. If you purchase from them they drop ship for free.
we're adding an outdoor cooking island on our back patio. I have 14 feet to work with and just bought:
Sauce and frying/boiling burner and griddle top
still can't decide on Big Joe or Primos HHEELLPPPPPPPP
gunna do steak and lobster tonight for the wifey and I
planning on using this guys method on the lobster tails, but I cant decide which to cook first, the lobster or the steak
what say ye, TDS BBQ brothers?
Steak, should rest. Having the same thing tonight.
thats what I was thinking, Thanks!
I think my wife is more excited about posting pictures of the lobster than anything
Gonna be good. Also if you both like garlic double or triple that amount. My wife makes this absolutely ridiculous garlic butter sauce when we have lobster, I could literally drink it. Picked up 10 ounce tails yesterday and then have this big ass Porterhouse.
Would think you do steak first, then rest it and do the lobster while it’s resting
Wifes over done steak plate
Hey, Splat the Cat, right on.
Do you cut up her meat for her?
And also slather it in a1
Like I said "wife's plate"
>sees warm pink center
>ugh I can’t eat rare meat
>I die inside
I’ve got a real nice filet, good idea to reverse sear? I’ve never done reverse sear with a filet before
You can. Personal opinion on filets though is that it’s such an easy cut to get to perfect medium rare on a hot grill I don’t mess with reverse sear for them.