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Old 04-25-2004, 11:31 AM   #21
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Try yhis for a "portable" grill that makes a weber seem lik a joke. Find a smallblock chevy oil pan, {a big block pan is better}, clean it up real good and paint it. Find an old grill and cut out a section to fit shape of the pan. You can hinge it at the flat end of the pan if you want. Drop charcoil in the sump side and light. Use the drain plug hole for a vent to throttle the burn. put the grill on and drop on your favorite grub. Smoking meat will require 2 pans. one to place on top, set the drain plug damper to optimum and let her go.........
Now thats a Gear Head Grill
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My better half got me two Ted Reader BBQ books a few christmas'* ago,Ive been using his recipes ever since,my favourite'* are Root Beer Ribs and cedar planked Haddock stuffed with crab,shrimp and cheddar cheese ,both of these recipes should be shared with the rest of the world,I get my book out and post em ,Oh yeah and the seasoned chicken cooked on the Q with A can of beer in the butt is a classic
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I've already been to 12 barbecues this year. Each time I have German brots and chicken breasts w/ marinara sause, sometimes hamburger. Now I just need to get off my lazy arse and use my own darn grill too.
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after reading this topic i wanna eat now but you all for got the "prime rib"
i Love Veal and pork most of all BEEF
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you know, we should all post our favorite winning recipes, and if its OK with P-dad (since its his post) see if our Mods will make this a sticky (pretty please?) Since we all like to eat almost as much as we like our Bonneys. Might give us some new stuff to try and answer that centuries old question, "whats for dinner?"
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yeah good idea come MODS and BC staff
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All of that messy bbq sauce on this thread made it "Sticky"
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Had pork chops tonite with Pmoms potatoes.

5 medium sized potatoes, peeled and cubed.
Pre microwave for 6 min on high.
Melt 1/4 cup of margirine
1 packet of french onion soup mix.
1 sliced onion, small.
salt and pepper.
make a boat from tin foil and place potatoes,onion, margirine and soup mix in. Toss.
Seal up tin foil sides and top.
Finnish cooking on top grill while cooking steaks, chops etc.
turn once in a while.
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Had pork chops tonite with Pmoms potatoes.

5 medium sized potatoes, peeled and cubed.
Pre microwave for 6 min on high.
Melt 1/4 cup of margirine
1 packet of french onion soup mix.
1 sliced onion, small.
salt and pepper.
make a boat from tin foil and place potatoes,onion, margirine and soup mix in. Toss.
Seal up tin foil sides and top.
Finnish cooking on top grill while cooking steaks, chops etc.
turn once in a while.
did you use any sauce/marinade on the pork chops?
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