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Old 06-28-2010, 01:32 PM
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Ok Guys........GUYS!!

Have you seen what the Gals have been doing in the BBQ throwdown? I'm beginning to get a little nervous here! Come on cavemen, step up and cook something over the fire. The 4th of July weekend is coming up, and it's our last weekend to throw something in. So let's bring out the big guns! You with me????
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Oh, can I please request that the deadline be moved out to July 6th with voting to take place on July 7th. My work is taking Monday the 5th off as the Holiday, so I won't be getting around to posting weekend pics until Tuesday.
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Oh, can I please request that the deadline be moved out to July 6th with voting to take place on July 7th. My work is taking Monday the 5th off as the Holiday, so I won't be getting around to posting weekend pics until Tuesday.
That's ok with me.
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Here's this weekend's attempt.....
Grilled chicken breasts with grilled peppers, and grilled Bok Choy, which had garlic and shallots stuffed between the leaves.
Didn't grill the wild rice, LOL!
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Oops, wrong thread, sorry about that.
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Whoa!! Minion Method! LOL!

The Minion Method just means to mound up a pile of unlit charcoal in the bottom of your cooker, and dump a chimney of hot charcoal on top of it. Jim Minion first posted about the method he developed 15 - 20 years ago on the BBQ Forum http://www.rbjb.com/rbjb/rbjbboard/ (where they taught me how to cook low and slow BBQ, and where I learned how to learn how to compete), when he was trying to keep the starting temps low in his Weber Smokey Mountain smoker. He revolutionalized the low and slow fire starting at the time.

Yes, you can add unlit charcoal to an already-hot fire.

The BBQ forum is a wonderful place to ask detailed questions about low and slow cooking, as well as grilling. But you can ask here, too - some of us know a little about it here as well. :-)

The photos below are of 1) Jim Minion, and 2) my friend, Ray Lampe (DrBBQ) and Jim, competing at an Iron Chef challenge at the
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