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  • Me and my BGE

    4th of July ... Me and my BGE..lol Cherry wood chunks for smoke.... Ribs with home made rub and sauce.... Fresh Ground Beef burgers.... all came out great and enjoyed by the ladies and their friends ....
  • Re: First Crack at Plate Ribs

    Can't wait to see the final product!
  • Re: Best Brisket yet... heavy pictures

    RedSkip said:
    @Alton. How was that "very small batch"?  
    Ocean has become my personal favorite opulent pleasure... for those special moments... like damn near perfect Brisket Cooks..lol
  • Best Brisket yet... heavy pictures

    Pecan Smoked Brisket.. Salt,Pepper, Garlic Powder, Brown Sugar, and Cayenne Pepper Rub .,,,,, pretty damn good .... Happy Forth Everybody !!!
  • Root Beer Wings

    yes I did them.... and they were awesome... thinking next time I want to add cayenne to the sauce to kick it up some....Basically coated them with EVOO , ginger , orange zest, juice of the orange, salt, pepper, and vinellia extracts. Grilled both side direct for about 3mins aside. Then went indirect at 450degress for 20min. Pulled plate setter and made the sauce on the grill. Rootbeer, ketchup,brown sugar worstichier, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper and the juice from half a lemon. Put wings in pan 5 or them mins, them one more quick sear .... they came out awesome 
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