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Grills were invented so men could cook outdoors and MAYBE have an adult beverage (or 2).:D

Labor Day weekend means cookouts here!

Roasting a split turkey on the grill today. Split it with my reciprocating saw and (new) demolition blade.

DO NOT EVER use a Stihl 046 Magnum chainsaw for this...........even if you have a new chain..............Trust me on this one! The Mrs. is apt to....well, never mind......:(;):eek:

Porterhouse Steaks tomorrow, straight from a farm about 5 miles from my house.

Sweet corn, salt 'taters, summer squash. (Corn and squash from local guys, 'taters from the store)

Maybe a spare rib!

You hear the Dinner Bell!?!?

What's cookin'??
 

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Got some T-bones that have been marinating for three days. Grilled taters, and asparagus for dinner tonight. Inlaws are grilling tomarrow, so i'm not sure whats on the menu.
 

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Grills were invented so men could cook outdoors and MAYBE have an adult beverage (or 2).:D

Labor Day weekend means cookouts here!

Roasting a split turkey on the grill today. Split it with my reciprocating saw and (new) demolition blade.

DO NOT EVER use a Stihl 046 Magnum chainsaw for this...........even if you have a new chain..............Trust me on this one! The Mrs. is apt to....well, never mind......:(;):eek:

Porterhouse Steaks tomorrow, straight from a farm about 5 miles from my house.

Sweet corn, salt 'taters, summer squash. (Corn and squash from local guys, 'taters from the store)

Maybe a spare rib!

You hear the Dinner Bell!?!?

What's cookin'??

New York Eh? shoot - too damn far away - by the time I get there the food will be cold and the beer hot !!!!

But it sounds mighty good!!!!!!
 

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New York Eh? shoot - too damn far away - by the time I get there the food will be cold and the beer hot !!!!

But it sounds mighty good!!!!!!
Put that 'bota in high range, and we'll see you a week from next Monday!!:D
 

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Got some T-bones that have been marinating for three days. Grilled taters, and asparagus for dinner tonight. Inlaws are grilling tomarrow, so i'm not sure whats on the menu.
3 of my favorites - send the leftovers here!:)
 

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Put that 'bota in high range, and we'll see you a week from next Monday!!:D
lets see, 500 miles.....8.4 max speed - if I leave RIGHT now ..............about 60 hours.......I dont need to sleep!!! :D

Good food.
Good beer.
3 day weekend....

P R I C E L E S S!!!!!!!!

Have a great time!
 

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I won't be grilling out on Labor day, we're heading to Panama city beach for the week, where I know I'll be feasting on some fresh grilled shrimp, Grouper, and Mahi-mahi. I'm sure I will consume a few pounds of crab legs and a couple dozen broiled oysters while I'm down there :D
 
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Well the ribs are in the marinade right now and the brisket is sitting waiting to get rubbed down,, and about 0600 I will fire up the smoker put the brisket in and maybe an hour later the ribs,, and then let the hickory mixed with cherry and apple chunks, smoke for about 4 hours then just let is cook low and slow for a couple more and about 1300 it will be chow time,, Im getting hungry already:D
 

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It's only 1:30AM here in Michigan, but reading these posts is making me hungry! ;)

Not sure what we're doing yet, but I know it will be tasty!
 

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Sorry, fellas. I lied

T-bones. Not porterhouse.

I think we can deal with it.....
 

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This is an old thread, but figured it needs to be revived:

Sweet corn - farm a mile up the road.
Spinach salad - same farm mile away.
Porterhouse steaks - raised 5 miles away
BBQ Shrimp - well, the shrimp came from a LONG distance! Just like alligators, snow repels shrimp, too!:D
 

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Well ya guys made me hungry, and I ll do something for youz guys.
I know theres some smokers in here besides me and BBQ Pit Masters.
So I thought I would pass along this BBQ sause rep works wonders on the grill and in the smoker...
Im not real sure where it came from but I got it several years back from a bud

2C ketchup,, I use Hinez

1C Dark Molasses,,, yup the real dark stuff

1 1/2 tsp Chilli Powder,, more or less to your taste

1 tsp Peprika

1 1/2 tsp
Onion Powder
Garlic Powder

1 tsp Ground Mustard

1/2 tsp
Red Pepper
All Spice
Cinnamon
Mace
Black Pepper

1/4 tsp Liqude Smoke

Yes its a little thick but not to bad, mop it on about 10 min before your going to serve, in the smoker maybe an hour before you think its done,, then take the meat out, let it set for maybe 10 min, to rest and then enjoy
 

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Fresh baby taters cut into 1/4
Cooked in cream with a little fresh dill and chives. Topped with a little butter. Oh man! The new go to for cooking taters.
 

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Well ya guys made me hungry, and I ll do something for youz guys.
I know theres some smokers in here besides me and BBQ Pit Masters.
So I thought I would pass along this BBQ sause rep works wonders on the grill and in the smoker...
Im not real sure where it came from but I got it several years back from a bud

2C ketchup,, I use Hinez

1C Dark Molasses,,, yup the real dark stuff

1 1/2 tsp Chilli Powder,, more or less to your taste

1 tsp Peprika

1 1/2 tsp
Onion Powder
Garlic Powder

1 tsp Ground Mustard

1/2 tsp
Red Pepper
All Spice
Cinnamon
Mace
Black Pepper

1/4 tsp Liqude Smoke

Yes its a little thick but not to bad, mop it on about 10 min before your going to serve, in the smoker maybe an hour before you think its done,, then take the meat out, let it set for maybe 10 min, to rest and then enjoy
Have you ever tried maple syrup with the recipe??? I usually substitute molasses, or halve the molasses with maple syrup :D

Got a recipe for sweet and sour meat loaf. Bout the only meat loaf we like. Ran out of molasses so I substituted maple syrup in the sweet and sour sauce. Man, that came out good. :D
 

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Hmmmmmm:rolleyes: maple syrup huh,,,,, I think you might just be on to something there.. never thought about that
 

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Sweet and sour meatloaf
Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Mix in bowl and set to the side

1lb ground chuck
1 chopped onion
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1 Tbsp worcestershire sauce
1 egg beaten
2 to 3 slices of bread

Sweet and sour sauce.

Mix in pan on stove
5 Tbsp brown sugar
2 Tbsp corn starch
2 Tbsp molasses (can substitute maple syrup)
1 cup water
5 Tbsp vinegar (cider vinegar gives it a little more tang)
2 tsp soy sauce
3 Tbsp ketchup
1 tsp salt

Heat sauce over stove till it thickens stirring often. Small whisk works great.

Mix 2/3 cup sauce with meat mixture. Then place in loaf pan.

Bake for 30 minutes. Then carefully drain off grease.
Pour rest of sauce onto meat mixture and bake another 30 minutes.

Remove from oven and let rest for 10 minutes

The sweet and sour sauce recipe is good over chicken, rice and steamed veggies as well ;)