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weldonBBQ
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30 05 3:41 am    Post subject: Let's Grill, what the heck Reply with quote

Tonight's featured attraction:

One center cut sirloin, 1.5 inch thick, soaking in a simple wine/soy/oil marinade.
Heck, a fella's got to do something on a Saturday night. Also, I just wanted to see if I could pull-off the pic posting deal. Cool I'm just training til I get my new smoker, which is on order. Very Happy

The grilling is done, add the garlic-butter.


The perfect med-rare sirloin swimming in garlic-butter gravy.


I'm FULL!!!!
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Field
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Location: Hamburg, AR

PostPosted: Sun Oct 30 05 11:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's awesome. I just finished a grill dinner I made for my wife, who normally does all the cookin'. We had...

2 - ribeyes, medium rare - Lea & Perrins and Montreal steak rub
2 - baking potatoes in foil
2 - fresh jalapeno halves stuffed with two garlic toes each, butter/salt/pepper in foil
2 - ears fresh corn in foil
1 - white onion, butter, black pepper, L&P in foil
3 - fresh jalapenos, halved, grilled
and - about eight more garlic toes grilled over butter&salt in foil

Wish I had pics, but I can say it was awesome! Grilled over Kingsford Matchlight Mesquite. Took about 3 hours to cook all & only 30 minutes to eat. Everything was cooked on my grill, which is all handmade 316 stainless that was given to my grandaddy over 40 years ago. I have pics on my camera, but not on the 'puter yet. It's not big, or an especially easy design to cook on, but I've always been determined to make it work because of its heritage.

Keep on cookin'
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weldonBBQ
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30 05 9:16 pm    Post subject: what the heck Reply with quote

Field:
Nice menu!
And I don't blame you for using the "heritage" grill. I've got an old drum style cooker built by my father about 30 yrs ago. Wish it was 316 stainless, I would probably still have a bottom in it if it was.
Hmmmm.....that gets me to thinking....maybe I'll get into a rehab project next year. Idea
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Jeff T
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31 05 1:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I`m going to grill a tri-tip tonite, hope it will be good.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31 05 11:11 am    Post subject: Garlic butter Reply with quote

I never thought about putting garlic butter on a steak. I usually make garlic toast with garlic & butter.

I'll have to give the garlic butter on steak a try.
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