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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Drinkingdeath01, Feb 29, 2020.
Lol. Where did you find that emoji? She reminds me of my early 20's drinking days.
was just answering the question is all.
i'll just read
I'll stop eating red meat after I put out this cigarette...then I'm off to huff some asbestos...
California causes cancer. Don't errybody know that yet?
Can't quite remember exactly where, but damn wow! Quite lucky for a dude in his early 20s! Even now, I can't pull chicks like that one! Been tossed in jail for almost every time I mentioned that they would probably enjoy my meat....they never let me explain that I'm a bbq enthusiast, they just assume I'm a pervert......which I am....but that's not the point...
i erased the post to not shit on the parade.
carry on gents
In moderation, most things are ok. Even shit on a parade
I built this simple little grilling/fire pit thing and use as often as I can, especially when I have company (always seems handy to cook outdoors for others). It's at a lowish height if you notice but I can still cook comfortably at arms length without hunching over and then we can also sit on the bench at night and enjoy fires this way too. Those are Johnsonville brats in the pic, a family fav.
BBQ cleaning tools are welders wire brush, paint scraper, paper towel, cooking oil & beer.
Grill - wire brush before & after cooking. Wipe with paper towel & oil.
Hot plate - post cooking clean with paint scraper, oil with paper towel. pre cooking heat oil on plate, wipe off with paper towel, pour beer over hotplate until sizzles, wipe off with paper towel, oil hot plate good to go.
Sounds alot but when you get used to it it only takes about 5 mins & its a great excuse to crack a beer.
Edit: don't use beer when the bbq & oil in the drip tray are boiling or you'll get flare up. Beer only when starting bbq.
I am almost ready to get the grill lit for some pork ribs and chicken, I am going to post pics of the entire process, from the bed of onions the ribs sit on to the secret hot sauce I have grown fond of , to the rub that all of it will get.
We're ahead of ya, Mitch.. .salmon's in!
Ok grill is lit.
For ribs I always part the briquettes so no intense heat directly below the ribs, and as I cut the onion for the bed the ribs sit on , I toss the ends onto to coals!
The bed with the hot sauce and a bit of pepper, garlic, and the Chef Merito pollo seasoning
Sorry wrong photo
This is the doctored up bed, the ribs will sit on bone down
Ribs are ready for the grill !!!
We have fire in the hole , ribs will be all alone for at least an hour, then the chicken will join them.
My wife has prepped the chicken, but when she is not looking I give it a dash more !!
The chicken has officially joined the party on the grill.