Once You Go Lumberjack

What's on the grill or smoker?

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  1. fuelrod

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    Did a hot & fast rib eye tonight. Getting more comfortable with this cooker.
    550* 2 minutes each side. Shut it down, flip back to the 1st side for 6 min. for about a medium. Nice pink to red inside with lot's of juice left in it. DSC00324.JPG
     

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  2. fuelrod

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    My "L" finger is busted :D
     
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    Forgot on the grill pics, but both venison and modified ABTs were good. I brought the ABTs to a party and twenty minutes after putting them out they were about gone so I guess they were alright.
     
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    Shoot pics

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  5. fuelrod

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    Love those ABT's, what's your modification?
     
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    Sweet peppers instead of jalapenos. In today's case I had regular old green peppers on hand. My kids won't do too spicy things.
     
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  7. fuelrod

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    First time I made them I was amazed how the cooking took a lot of the heat out of the pepper!
    I don't care what you make, if it has bacon.......... :thumbs:
     
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    The long cook time and lengthy rest period paid off on the smallish picnics. They barely held together when I lifted them out of the cooler.
    I might be able to get a pic of the leftovers....:whistle:
    Thanks again for the helpful tips, fellas:handshake:
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  9. Warner

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    Sunday evening and no posts?
     
  10. fuelrod

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    Just hot dogs on the fire pit at the river camp up here. No great culinary break throughs here, just perfect weather after a hot and humid few days.
     
  11. Warner

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    Kettle grill is getiig ready for some tenderloin steaks. Olive oil, salt and pepper on the steaks.
     
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    Can’t go wrong there!
     
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    McKinnons in Portsmouth had tenderloin on sale for 8.88/lb. But it was Friday when I was passing through there-90 plus degrees, humid and I wasnt going straight home so I didnt stop like I had wanted to :tears:
     
  15. Warner

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    Must travel with cooler just in case there is a meat deal!
     
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    We munched the steaks down. Sorry no finished pics! Even my supposed vegetarian wife said they were good...
     
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    I keep eating the evidence. However, tonight we had mushroom and Swiss turkey burgers on brioche buns with sweet corn on the cob. I didn't grill the corn, but I probably should next time.
     
  18. gbreda

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    My head was not in the game on Friday :doh:
    Work BS taking up too much space between the ears...on my vacation day to boot :headbang: :hair:
     
  19. Warner

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    Cant like that!
     
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    No, that's not good. When I'm off of work, I'm OFF.