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Tim again swung by yesterday with more goodies. Brought me a bottle of Chimay, and a couple filet mignons for lunch (I like this guy!).[p]We seared the filets up on Junior, and since we were gabbing, the times went 4-4-1 (lost track of the searing times during our conversations). The results were eggcellent, and right up Tim's alley with the nice char they received he is the true "Char-Boy"![p]Anyway, we made up a batch of the thin sliced potatoes with JJs rub, and cooked them on Mr. Big, while the steaks cooked on junior. Tim said I should post the recipe, and he took some photos.[p]Very Sinmple and Good Potato Recipe:
Peel, and slice potatoes (been using white) about 1/8-1/4 inch thick.
Rub generously with olive oil.
Lay on plate and sprinkle one side with JJs rub.
Put on grill rub side down, and apply rub to other side of potatoes on grill. (I use 2 grates turned 90 degrees to each other so the slices don't fall thru)
Grill at 400-500 until browned well on each side (maybe 5 minutes a side). [p]Here of the link to Tim's picture (nice new camera BTW)[p]Cheers!!
[ul][li]Potatoes with JJ's Rub