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Old 03-19-2013, 05:45 PM   #46
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Tri-tip and asparagus...yummm!

Hammerlane that all looks rediculously good!
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:49 PM   #47
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I do the salmon with a little olive oil and mesquite seasoning. For the batch I did in the photo, I used apple wood chips. I also have hickory chunks that what I used for the pork shoulder.


The Cookshack smoker I have recommends not soaking the wood because something about the way the wood burns may damage the heating element.

when I used the charcoal smoker, I did soak the wood.
About the only thing soaking the saw dust does is slow down the smoke on the front end IMHO, I don't wet the saw dust the second time I fill the saw dust hopper but most times one hopper full is enough smoke. My ole smoker is seasoned really good right now so it don't need a lot of smoke.
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:09 PM   #48
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Oh Mikes' marinade recipe. Very, very good everyone, strongly recommend it. Juicy and flavorful, ginger and garlic being very noticeable in a very pleasant way on the palate and included was the hint of pineapple which was exciting.. Granted I (we, actually) left them on for maybe a minute too long for how I usually eat a steak which is medium rare, these being more on the medium side at five minutes per side, very good indeed. Also I cut some red bell peppers, green bell peppers, onions and even a few slices of avocado in the same marinade wrapped in foil and they came out pretty good.

Great dinner after a two hour run which, btw, delayed me removing the steaks from the marinade within the allotted three hour time, to and from park distance and traffic being in the way. I was concerned with the possibility of the grainy feel but didn't notice it in the end. Definitely I'll be making these again, very good marinade, just can't seem to say that enough, Mike and thanks for sharing, btw. These came out a few rungs higher than my usual simply good!




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Oh man, that looks so good. I don't think I have ever wanted to BBQ for breakfast more than I do right now.
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Tri-tip and asparagus...yummm!
How long for that asparagus and at what temp? Im gonna have to try that. Had a buddy take a cabbage head, core it out and fill it with bacon and onion and smoke it.
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We also did some wings smoked with mesquite before grilling them. Notice how the hickory put a darker color on as compared to the mesquite. Both smoke times for each batch of wings was for 3 hours.
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smoked turkey,
smoked then grilled ribs
just some leftovers on the grill
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How long for that asparagus and at what temp? Im gonna have to try that. Had a buddy take a cabbage head, core it out and fill it with bacon and onion and smoke it.
I usually have the asparagus on there for ~18-20 minutes at 350-400 we use olive oil and sea salt on them and we like them with a slight crunch.

That cabbage recipe sounds good ill have to try that this summer
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Old 03-21-2013, 01:06 PM   #54
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Geez I'm starving up here.. Look at this B.S. Still can't find the BBQ
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I know where mine is, but I'd probably need a bobcat to get to it. LOL
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If you use that marinade for chicken or pork---brush this on as you finish grilling---

Apricot Glaze----

Apricot preserves

White vinegar (wine vinegar is best)

Mix the preserves with enough vinegar to make a brush able mix---that's it--garnish with fresh chives or green onion tops---
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I'm gonna have to try that marinade.

Come on Creeper, -4 is a cake walk for us Canadians. I was on the road today and we are getting hammered. At least I missed this.....
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Ya I hate when those happen...glad you were not involved.

-4 IS a cake walk for us usually...in the winter..

But its spring and I'm so maxed. This winter has been long and cold and cold and long.

Tomorrow is the last skate of the season for me. The school will be bused to the arena for 9:30 and then I'm hanging the blades up despite the fact that it looks and feels like mid winter.

No more !!
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Ya I hate when those happen...glad you were not involved.

-4 IS a cake walk for us usually...in the winter..

But its spring and I'm so maxed. This winter has been long and cold and cold and long.

Tomorrow is the last skate of the season for me. The school will be bused to the arena for 9:30 and then I'm hanging the blades up despite the fact that it looks and feels like mid winter.

No more !!
LOL, I hear you. I'm hoping the wife shovelled the driveway once today so I am not faced with a mountain of it when I get home.

Tomorrow's project will be to shovel my way to the BBQ (oops, I mean, Gas grill) so I can try Oh Mike's marinade.
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Tomorrow's project will be to shovel my way to the BBQ (oops, I mean, Gas grill) so I can try Oh Mike's marinade.[/QUOTE]

Way to bring the thread back on topic!

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