BBQ: Foods-Grills-Builds 2013/14

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PostTue Sep 10, 2013 1:06 pm » by Slith


Good stuff Shaggie. :cheers:
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PostMon Sep 16, 2013 2:34 pm » by Spock


OMG - this Filet was AWESOME!!! Melted in my mouth. Dashed is with garlic, salt and pepper.

The corn cooked a bit too long, but the taste was excellent - I had 2 ears. Sided with Creamed Spinach and Spanikopita.

The plating isn't pretty, but that was just seconds before I dived headfirst into it.

Seared all sides on top of hot coals, then moved to other side for about 6 to 7 minutes while covered.

The pork loin I cooked for lunches through the week, but it was preseasoned and I didn't care for the spices the store used - so my dawgs will be happy for that/


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PostMon Sep 16, 2013 2:38 pm » by Slith


Those filets look amazing
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PostSun Sep 22, 2013 3:17 pm » by Spock


Last weeks Filets were so good - having them again today.

Sunday Menu:

- Filet Mignon
- Grilled Corn
- Grilled Skewered Mushrooms
- Creamed Spinach
- Baked Sweet Potato
- Little puff pastries stuffed with artichoke, spinach and cheese

- Football for dessert

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PostSun Sep 22, 2013 6:04 pm » by Shaggietrip


Spock wrote:Last weeks Filets were so good - having them again today.

Sunday Menu:

- Filet Mignon
- Grilled Corn
- Grilled Skewered Mushrooms
- Creamed Spinach
- Baked Sweet Potato
- Little puff pastries stuffed with artichoke, spinach and cheese

- Football for dessert

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That filet looked sweet! Great job :flop:


To welcome in the fall I will be having roast with carrots and potatoes. I also will have some football with that. I will get some pics as always. Hope others will be doing some cooking today and anticipate the pics.


Have a great day everyone. :cheers:
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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 1:34 am » by Spock


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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 2:38 am » by Slith


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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 11:41 pm » by Shaggietrip


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Looks like you nailed it again. :flop:



I will break yesterdays cook down. Once again I did not get a plated pic. Here we go...



This was pretty simple grill anyone could do this so give it a try.


I did 3 Chuck Roasts.Time would be the same for one. I seasoned all of them the same. Just a seasoning salt. I did not rub in just dowsed them. The one one left I put slivers of garlic inside the roast in random locations. The middle one I simply put them on top. Roast on left I injected with beef broth and garlic.

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Then I put them on grill indirect heat. [note: I did sear off the bottom just a bit for some marks taste and texture] Temp was around 250 I threw on some mesquite wood for some smoke. [this is optional] Cooked for 1Hr 15min.

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After the 1hr and 15min I wrapped them up threw on more coals.

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The reason I wrapped them is so I could cook for another 2hrs or temp hits 195 degrees and to collect the juices for Au Jus . After wrapped and back on I went to prep veggies.

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Now I cut the veggies up into around 1/4 in thick for carrots and cut up the potatoes into 1/2x1/2 inch pieces. I made to separate pouches for each. Added some extra virgin olive oil and butter to both. I did season the potatoes. Now with the Roasts wrapped I could throw more wood on for the veggies a bit before closing the pouches to fully cook.

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Cook meat to 195 degrees before pulling. Should take 2 to 2.5 hrs after wrapping. Depends on heat. Cook veggies til done.

Sweated out some mushrooms then added some butter to cook to almost a brown butter. Collected the Au Jus also served with warmed BBQ sauce.

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 11:51 pm » by Slith


Looking good Shaggie :flop: Chuck's not easy to cook. Well done
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PostTue Sep 24, 2013 12:23 am » by Spock


Roast looks awesome! I love a left over roast beef sandwich - real roast beef, not pre sliced/package.


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