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Come on guys, lets kick this one off with a bang. Lets get to grilling!
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Wow! I can just about taste it. Ummmmmmm
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I grilled up some hot wings to munch on during the Lakers win over the Celtics last night..

I seared them first, then smoked with a chunk of hickory for about 30 min.
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here's my entry. cheese and basil sausage, buffalo burgers, and middle eastern rubbed chicken breasts on the grill, along with my bobby flay brand (lol) smoker box with mesquite chips.





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Looks great Bobby...I mean Bucky!
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Everything looks fantastic, guys!

UnConundrum, what cut is that?

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A chuck roll.... They really come out great. About 20#
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A chuck roll.... They really come out great. About 20#
Whoa! That's a lot of beef!! LOL!

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Well, you all were invited, I just couldn't get anyone to come ...
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Surf and Turf!
Nothing super fancy... Cajun grilled shrimp and a sirloin with white wine and butter sauteed mushrooms and onions. The oven baked potato got some olive oil and salt on the skin first.
Note the unhealthy amount of sour cream on the tater... I waited to put the rest on until after the picture, LOL! It's a weakness of mine on baked taters.
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Kimchee, Super Nice! Love the surf & turf...............
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BEAUTIFUL!!!!

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Surf and Turf!
Nothing super fancy... Cajun grilled shrimp and a sirloin with white wine and butter sauteed mushrooms and onions. The oven baked potato got some olive oil and salt on the skin first.
Note the unhealthy amount of sour cream on the tater... I waited to put the rest on until after the picture, LOL! It's a weakness of mine on baked taters.
I have that same weakness but with hollandaise sauce . Love your whole meal!
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Ok, finally got everything out of the camera. Did a little grilling over the weekend!

First, this wasn't cooked outdoors, but it was such an awesome appetizer, I had to share it here. It's battered and fried green Bell pepper strips with Ranch dressing. Simply awesome!
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Next, a half chicken with a Catalina glaze accompanied by grilled corn on the cob in the husk.
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Finally, grilled bone-in Chicken Breasts with a Honey Mustard glaze, and of course.....a grilled meatloaf!
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Chicken with Catalina glaze?!! YUMMMMMMMM!!!
Keltin, I have never tried battered/fried pepper strips, but those sure look great, all of it does.
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Chicken with Catalina glaze?!! YUMMMMMMMM!!!
Keltin, I have never tried battered/fried pepper strips, but those sure look great, all of it does.
It was a first for us as well. My neighbor said he saw.......






Rachel Ray make them on a cooking show. He was dying to try them, so I figured what the heck. I was very impressed with them. I'll definitely make them again.
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Way to go, Keltin , beautiful chicken and meatloaf. Those Weber kettles are so versatile.
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:26 AM
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Did "beercan" Cornish Hen last night. Cornish Hens are smaller than a chicken (ya' think?) so they require a smaller can.
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ahaha! that's cute, not to mention a delicious looking little birdie
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I like cornish hens too, but I've never tried them on the grill. Yum!
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I like cornish hens too, but I've never tried them on the grill. Yum!

Cornish Hens are great on the grill! I love 'em!

Try this one day (pictures are down later in that thread):

http://www.netcookingtalk.com/forums...ead.php?t=2437
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Keltin, you are an outdoor cooking HERO!!!!

Just beautiful stuff!!!

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