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Old 05-17-2006, 05:43 PM   #1
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Summer is here. What are your favorite BBQ recepies? Im really hungry right now. I wanna BBQ something.
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sticky lips bbq, Rochester, NY


http://www.stickylipsbbq.com/stickylips/main.html

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i love hot dogs and burgers on the grille....along with some stake
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How about what kinda things you like to BQ and any recipes. Like a beer spray or something like that. Well I guess with some of yous there would be no beer for the spray. Ha ha. But how about some " ccoking and seasoning ideas".
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Fiancee and I just got back from the grocery store..............(She'* workin')

4 pk of 1" NY strips
3 pks mushrooms
2 bags of salad
1 tomato

and a bunch of other good stuff
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So what do you do with the mushrooms and how long and what kinda seasoning etc.
Thats the kinda thing I was hoping to get here.
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On steak I like seasoning with either garlic & onion salt or put some Dale'* seasoning- it is a bunch of other ingredients. It is so yummy!!
http://www.southernconnoisseur.com/dalsteakseas.html

For pork products I like to marinate them in Italian dressing. It is so good!! We don't barbeque often enough but when we do it is so good!!
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I myself settle for cheap meat. Pork loins, Iowa chops, Chuck steak, Porterhouse.

I don't do a lot of pre-prep cooking stuff. I usually fire the charcoal up, throw on a few slabs of meat, sprinkle some Lawry'* season salt, crushed black pepper, minced garlic, and onion salt on them. On occasion, I will put some dabs of soy sauce on. Grill to medium-well to well done with no burning, and enjoy. I have also done lemon pepper chicken breasts..... Yummy! However, I will only make me a chuck roast tonight. Easy to do, just gotta wait.

I know this is very simple and basic stuff, but it suits me and feeds this family of one.
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