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  1. cal

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  2. bigred77

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    Waygu Colette and some pork ribs (pics from a few hours ago)
    Not pictured yet, pork belly cubes and wings
     
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  3. billdozer

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    Made BBQ, orange, and jerk wings
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  4. skiedfrillet

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    i made a couple of steaks for tonight - one ribeye and one strip.

    s&p&garlic powder + olive oil

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    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
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  5. Oranjello

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  6. BIGASSTITTIES

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    bacon
     
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  7. DriveByBBQ

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    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
     
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  8. Oranjello

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    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.
     
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  9. BrickTamland

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    Lol at not having a walk in cooler.

    Can you even imagine?
     
  10. 941Gator

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    Good to hear your mommy stopped by for dinner
     
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  11. bigred77

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    Little smoker my dad had in a storage shed as long as i can remember

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  12. bigred77

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  13. Prospector

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    I cannot decide on getting the Big Joe or the Primo. I'm paralyzed
     
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  14. Willpépé

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    Where do you live?
     
  15. bigred77

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    Getting some smoke on some pork skins before frying them up

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  16. cal

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    1 big joe vote
     
  17. jonbenetramsey

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    Chicken thighs on the minimax
     
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  18. Willpépé

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    What do you do to your thighs pre cook? Pls get kinky.
     
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  19. jonbenetramsey

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    My thighs get super moist and saucy

    Marinade for 24-48 hours in:

    Soy sauce
    Honey
    Red pepper flakes
    Ginger
    Garlic
    And a touch of sesame oil
    Water to dilute it down a bit
     
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  20. dblplay1212

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    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.
     
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  21. BrickTamland

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    Can’t beat the convenience of having a gas grill in addition to your egg :twocents:

    A lot of them have trays for wood pellets too in the event you need some extra smoking space.
     
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  22. High Cotton

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    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.
     
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  23. dblplay1212

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    Kitchen range is gas and has a flat top so don't really need that. This would be a burgers and dog grill, honestly.
     
  24. Volholic16

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    Good friend of mine bought a Broilmaster last year and loves it.
     
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  25. Willpépé

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    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.
     
  26. bigred77

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    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 ?
     
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  27. BrickTamland

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    I mean why do need this Yeti Tundra 350, I have a walk-in freezer?!
     
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  28. Prospector

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    Arkansas
     
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  29. Willpépé

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    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.
     
  30. Prospector

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    Primo is made in metro Atlanta. Not driving there for a deal. Either one will be local from dealer or on-line
     
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  31. SkilleyBinner

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    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.
     
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  32. dblplay1212

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    I haven't looked at cookers in year. Do they may a pellet built in?
     
  33. SkilleyBinner

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    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.
     
  34. Willpépé

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    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.
     
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  35. Prospector

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    we're adding an outdoor cooking island on our back patio. I have 14 feet to work with and just bought:
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    still can't decide on Big Joe or Primos HHEELLPPPPPPPP
     
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  36. cal

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  37. bigred77

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    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?

     
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  38. Willpépé

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    Steak, should rest. Having the same thing tonight.
     
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  39. bigred77

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    thats what I was thinking, Thanks!
     
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  40. bigred77

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    I think my wife is more excited about posting pictures of the lobster than anything
     
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  41. Willpépé

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    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.
     
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  42. laxjoe

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    Would think you do steak first, then rest it and do the lobster while it’s resting
     
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  43. bigred77

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    Wifes over done steak plate
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  44. beist

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    Hey, Splat the Cat, right on.
     
  45. fish

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    Do you cut up her meat for her?
     
  46. cutig

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    And also slather it in a1
     
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  47. bigred77

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    Like I said "wife's plate"
     
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  48. BrickTamland

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    >sees warm pink center
    >ugh I can’t eat rare meat
    >microwave 30sec
    >I die inside
     
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  49. BrickTamland

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    I’ve got a real nice filet, good idea to reverse sear? I’ve never done reverse sear with a filet before :ohdear:
     
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  50. One Two

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    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.
     
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