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    Last Evening - Baby Back Ribs done 3-2-1 styel

    3 hours - smoke
    2 hours - braised in foil w/apple & orange juice
    1 hour finished on grill



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    My co-worker's wife from Barbados cooked us some Curry Chicken.




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    that curry and those 3-2-1 ribs have just made me form the pool of drool
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    Quote Originally Posted by bitslammer View Post
    Last Evening - Baby Back Ribs done 3-2-1 styel

    3 hours - smoke
    2 hours - braised in foil w/apple & orange juice
    1 hour finished on grill

    I want some of those!

    I'm going to buy some ribs when I get to town next week and take them home!

    Anything else I need to know, like temps or anything?

    Boy won't the folks be surprised when I tell them what we're having for dinner; get the barbie ready!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaichu dento View Post
    I want some of those!

    I'm going to buy some ribs when I get to town next week and take them home!

    Anything else I need to know, like temps or anything?

    Boy won't the folks be surprised when I tell them what we're having for dinner; get the barbie ready!

    Pretty easy really. The temp was kept at 225*F pretty much the whole time. It went up to 250-275*F or so when I opened the Egg to turn or move things due to the oxygen letting the lump charcoal burn hotter.

    You should also find a good "rib rub" recipe that suits your taste. I normally do something like this but in larger amounts.
    • 2 tablespoons garlic powder
    • 2 tablespoons onion powder
    • 2 tablespoons black pepper
    • 1 tablespoons salt
    • 2 tablespoons chili powder
    • 2 tablespoons cumin powder
    • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
    • 3 to 4 tablespoons paprika
    • 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper


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    Quote Originally Posted by missionaryman View Post
    that curry and those 3-2-1 ribs have just made me form the pool of drool
    When I saw Ernsanada's pic I could almost smell that curry! OMG that looks like liquid heaven.


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    What's better than a spatchcocked chicken done on the Egg?

    Well 2 of them of course. DUH!



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    Tequila Lime Chicken and Jasmine Rice




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    what I would give for just a teaspoon of that rice, I've been on a low carb diet and anything starchy just gets my taste buds into a rage.
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    I've had a pretty good crop of hot peppers this year. Got long red slims (cayenne's), chili's, and jalapeno's. I like to let them ripen, string them, and let them slowly dry. I'll eventually grind them fairly fine and put them in a shaker bottle. Just finished grinding up last years crop.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Turtle View Post
    I've had a pretty good crop of hot peppers this year. Got long red slims (cayenne's), chili's, and jalapeno's. I like to let them ripen, string them, and let them slowly dry. I'll eventually grind them fairly fine and put them in a shaker bottle. Just finished grinding up last years crop.



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    Wow I'm jealous! Those look fantastic.

    This year wasn't a great year for peppers here. I planted 1 little fennel plant and it's crowding out the entire garden.


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    OMG, thats what I call a meal. I am a very big fin of ribeyes. I usually judge steakhouses by theirs and I just do not have the time or facilities to dry age my ribeyes like the steakhouses do.

    I never did make garlic bread yet on my grill, and you just inspired me to do so!

    All the other food looks and I bet was fantastic (even the cup of noodles) but I am a beef fan, 3-4 times a week for me.

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    A perfect meal for July 4......... Ribeye Steaks, Corn and Garlic Bread

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    I made some soul food....collared greens with ham hocks, black eyed peas with ham hocks, fried catfish, and some peach cobbler. I drank too many beers and passed out next to the pool afterward...





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    Johnsonville Beer Brats, Chips and Cole Slaw




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    For breakfast: Bacon Onion Gouda Omelet with 3 Pepper Salsa



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    I make some food yesterday, cool tuna salad... With some vegetables...

    Before...

    After...

    She like it too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bitslammer View Post
    For breakfast: Bacon Onion Gouda Omelet with 3 Pepper Salsa

    mmm that's some good stuff, think I might make me an omelette this Saturday morning, with Chorizo and potato cubes just like my old man used to order when we would visit the Acropolis in Athens many years ago when we lived there
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    This thread made me very hungry. I had to barbecue up some corn to eat. Yumm. Sorry no photos. Too hungry.
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    Cooked some noodles (Udon) for lunch... with pork & mushrooms & teriyaki sauce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Cooked some noodles (Udon) for lunch... with pork & mushrooms & teriyaki sauce

    Looks tasty, simple yet yummy
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    My Sashimi Dinner


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    Smoked Pork Loin Stuffed with Hot Sausage, Apple & Onion with Grilled Hearts of Romaine


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    Cooked some Chili today. With some Garlic Bread.






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    Wow that looks good - damn I'm hungry now.




    Quote Originally Posted by bitslammer View Post
    Smoked Pork Loin Stuffed with Hot Sausage, Apple & Onion with Grilled Hearts of Romaine


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    Cooked up some cheap meat. Played with it a bit.


    I was doing shots for a contest on another board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Cooked some noodles (Udon) for lunch... with pork & mushrooms & teriyaki sauce


    Coop, Thanks for the idea!




    Fried Udon Noodles With Thin Sliced Ribeye, Kamaboko, Red Onions, and Green Onions. Cooked in Sukiyaki Sauce




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    Wow. I'm not a beef eater but that looks good.
    Just don't see Kamaboko that much......YUM!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying Turtle View Post
    I've had a pretty good crop of hot peppers this year. Got long red slims (cayenne's), chili's, and jalapeno's. I like to let them ripen, string them, and let them slowly dry. I'll eventually grind them fairly fine and put them in a shaker bottle. Just finished grinding up last years crop.

    Geoff
    Nice pepper FT!

    I like to make Chili with home grown habeneros. I take habeneros, grind them in a blender and then throw them in the chili to simmer all day.

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    Sushi


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