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  Topic: Grilling a Boneless Leg of Lamb
bbqblue

Replies: 10
Views: 4736

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Jun 04 07 1:54 pm   Subject: Grilling a Boneless Leg of Lamb
Good idea to not tell her - it would be a terrible shock.

My wife and son can't stand the black goo either - but they love it on lamb. You really should give it a go:D
  Topic: Grilling a Boneless Leg of Lamb
bbqblue

Replies: 10
Views: 4736

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Jun 04 07 12:00 pm   Subject: Grilling a Boneless Leg of Lamb
It's not just the Kiwis who love lamb. You haven't lived until you've had Aussie roast lamb with Vegemite. Here's a link:

http://www.bbqblue.com.au/smoke_woods/site_files/cordon_blue_roasting_lamb. ...
  Topic: Lamb Ribs
bbqblue

Replies: 7
Views: 2442

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 20 07 7:01 pm   Subject: Lamb Ribs
IMHO low and slow is the way to go for lamb ribs because it renders out the fat which is what turns some people off this meat. But if you like the flavour, then grilling also gives a good result.

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  Topic: The Steve Raichlen Fan club
bbqblue

Replies: 28
Views: 12242

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Fri Feb 16 07 7:02 am   Subject: The Steve Raichlen Fan club
IMHO Steven comes across as a genuine bbq enthusiast in all of his books and on his website - I can't speak for the TV shows as they're not available in Oz.

He knows exactly what the differences ar ...
  Topic: old wine barrell oak.
bbqblue

Replies: 4
Views: 2284

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Jan 23 07 4:26 pm   Subject: old wine barrell oak.
I use oak wine barrel staves all the time. It's the only way we can get US and European oak downunder. It gives a nice mellow flavour - and no you can't taste the wine!
  Topic: Big Green Egg Product Review
bbqblue

Replies: 29
Views: 13161

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Jan 17 07 12:14 pm   Subject: Big Green Egg Product Review
I look forward to being able 'to find out the facts'!
  Topic: Big Green Egg Product Review
bbqblue

Replies: 29
Views: 13161

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Wed Jan 17 07 8:51 am   Subject: Big Green Egg Product Review
bbqblue wrote:
BGEs are ceramic and will crack if they're dropped. If it's caused by anything else such as nuke temps, the components will be replaced under the lifetime warranty. Regarding the team ...
  Topic: Big Green Egg Product Review
bbqblue

Replies: 29
Views: 13161

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Jan 16 07 5:57 am   Subject: Big Green Egg Product Review
BGEs are ceramic and will crack if they're dropped. If it's caused by anything else such as nuke temps, the components will be replaced under the lifetime warranty.

Regarding the team that 'lost fi ...
  Topic: Big Green Egg Product Review
bbqblue

Replies: 29
Views: 13161

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Jan 15 07 9:57 am   Subject: Big Green Egg Product Review
The best slow smoker I've ever used. It's very economical in regard to charcoal use and will hold temps for many hours with minimal adjustment.

The best griller I've ever used. You can take it from ...
  Topic: Anyone out there using Mango
bbqblue

Replies: 12
Views: 11284

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Tue Jan 02 07 6:20 am   Subject: Anyone out there using Mango
I've used mango wood for smoking but it was very well seasoned. I have heard that the sap can irritate some people.


It didn't impart much of a flavour - guava is much better.
  Topic: Is it OK to use?
bbqblue

Replies: 14
Views: 5234

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Thu Dec 14 06 10:37 am   Subject: Is it OK to use?
GGRRRRRR! I really get annoyed when I see that wood chart. It pops up all over the internet and even appears in books written by authors who should know better.

Unfortunately, it is so widely used ...
  Topic: Weber-How do I add a thermometer
bbqblue

Replies: 6
Views: 10689

PostForum: Grilling   Posted: Sat Oct 28 06 10:47 am   Subject: Weber-How do I add a thermometer
I assume you are referring to a Weber kettle. I use a candy thermometer on mine. You can place it in one of the three vent holes on the lid. The face stays cool and sits better if you push the stem th ...
  Topic: A week with the Weber 'Q'
bbqblue

Replies: 5
Views: 5764

PostForum: Grilling   Posted: Tue Oct 24 06 1:15 pm   Subject: A week with the Weber 'Q'
I seared thick ribeyes last night with no problems and have also roasted a chicken. But, like all Webers, you cook with the lid down.

Gas use is much less because of the burner design and efficienc ...
  Topic: A week with the Weber 'Q'
bbqblue

Replies: 5
Views: 5764

PostForum: Grilling   Posted: Mon Oct 23 06 7:24 am   Subject: A week with the Weber 'Q'
I've been using a Weber Q for just over a week now.

While, it will never take over from my Big Geen Egg, it's a very impressive little machine.

So far, I've cooked a heap of stuff on it - from b ...
  Topic: Smokin' Lamb - Need Advice
bbqblue

Replies: 9
Views: 15832

PostForum: Smoked Foods   Posted: Wed Oct 18 06 3:44 pm   Subject: Smokin' Lamb - Need Advice
Lamb is the national meat in Australia and we eat a lot of it. But I've never slow smoked lamb and there should be no need to because it's tender enough just roasted.

Mutton might be different but ...
  Topic: RandyQ's Barbecue Ramblings
bbqblue

Replies: 12
Views: 4538

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Oct 10 06 12:36 am   Subject: RandyQ's Barbecue Ramblings
You're right MikeSullivan, sites like this are rare. I know it helped me a lot years ago when I was trying to build a workable smoker out of an El Cheapo Brinkmann.

The author obviously created the ...
  Topic: Smoked nuts or seeds?
bbqblue

Replies: 7
Views: 6059

PostForum: Smoked Foods   Posted: Thu Sep 28 06 7:49 am   Subject: Smoked nuts or seeds?
I've never smoked seeds but I regularly smoke macadamia nuts and cashews. I mix in a little sriracha sauce (Asian chilli sauce) to coat the nuts before sprinkling them with rub.

They come out grea ...
  Topic: Calling all Barbecuers!!
bbqblue

Replies: 17
Views: 6268

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Tue Sep 26 06 6:27 am   Subject: Calling all Barbecuers!!
jvreeland,

I probably should have given you the benefit of the doubt and I really hope you are genuine about starting a personal blog for all the right reasons.

It's just that a lot of people ar ...
  Topic: Calling all Barbecuers!!
bbqblue

Replies: 17
Views: 6268

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Sep 25 06 6:29 pm   Subject: Calling all Barbecuers!!
There is already a site for posting information about our smoking experiences - this one!

Garry has put in a lot of time and effort to create this community. I don't think it's right that you are h ...
  Topic: Meco water smoker
bbqblue

Replies: 5
Views: 2759

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Sep 24 06 6:40 pm   Subject: Meco water smoker
They are a great unit. As long as you add an exhaust vent in the dome (courtesy of Weber), add a larger charcoal pan with an air intake control, replace the water pan with a larger one that holds sand ...
 
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