BBQ Fever!

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by kat in the hat, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    Well, the weather finally broke! It was a sunny 75 out today, and I had to fire up the grill. I will BBQ all summer long! Tonite it was pork chops, baked beans, and maccaroni...and bundt cake. MmmmMmmM. Anybody else got BBQ fever? What's your favorite cut of meat? Mine is boneless beef country style ribs. They are not actually ribs, but that's what we call them. It's actually top blade filleted down the middle, and scored. Super tender, and super good grilled with either sesame seed teryaki marinade, or my fav, Sticky Pig mustard sauce. Anyways, fire up those grills!
     
  2. ravenloft420

    ravenloft420 New Member

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    oh ya brother its time. thank god for warmer temps and cold drinks :big_smile:
    my favorite thing to cook would have to be babyback ribs smoked for about 8 hrs. smoked with beer-soaked hickory,sassafras,cherry and apple chips I like pork steaks cooked the same way but they only take about 4 hrs and I enjoy the cooking part probably more than the eating part lol.
     

  3. teaysvalleyguy

    teaysvalleyguy New Member

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    Man oh man, there is nothing like fireing up the grill.

    Give me some Baby Back Ribs, soaked in Juicy Pig and Blazin BBQ, then topped with some TSS Habanero Sauce about 1/2 way though cooking. Man oh man, brings a tear to my eye thinking about it.
     
  4. gardengrz

    gardengrz New Member

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    i got 3 differant sized weber charcoal grills sittin right outside the door. usem year round. i cant get enough of it.:tounge_out: :cool2:
     
  5. samh

    samh New Member

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    :dribble: Oh man, ya'll make'n me hungry !
     
  6. Scott Daw

    Scott Daw New Member

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    Saturday I bbq'd for family, ball parks, my secret burgers & a few venison steaks. MMmmmm...there went my diet.
     
  7. jlingle

    jlingle New Member

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    Darn right it's time to be bar-b-quing!!!!!! I never quit, year round. We have a monsterous smoker by the barn, that belongs to a buddy of mine, that we use for the really large gatherings. That's actually my favorite way to cook meat, is smoking it. The smoked meat is only secondary, the "smoking" part is the fun. All of my buddies come over and we drink beer way into the night, sitting around the smoker, just telling old lies and laughing. Fun times, for sure. Nearly everyone who knows me, looks forward to smoking meat out at the barn.

    For general BBQ, we cook everything from our farm-raised beef (t-bones, club steaks, and ribeyes) as well as pork that all of my friends have raised, or that we've personally shot. Some of the meat will end up slopped with BBQ sauce (I prefer KC Masterpiece) but I never put bbq sauce on steaks. I have a rub that I lightly apply to steaks, and that's it. If you eat steak at my house, you'd better bring your own steak sauce because I don't have any. I also won't accept responsibility for the taste of any piece of beef that's cooked past "medium." I just don't believe in overcooking a good piece of meat. We BBQ our meat in everal differnt types of grills, depending if it's at our house or at my buddy Kent's house. My grill is actually made like a small smoker, I just pile the charcoal in the bottom and get it on.
     
  8. floundahman

    floundahman New Member

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    Matt, I only grill with charcoal under the grill but I'm not picky 'bout what's on top. I'll grill just about anything. My favorite steak is the NY strip med rare, but anything goes; fish, potatoes, vegetables you name it. I even like hot-smoking on the grill with soaked mesquite or oak chips. Nothing like a hot smoked trout or bluefish.
     
  9. slimepig

    slimepig New Member

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    my favorite for eatin is bbq chicken. I love it just about any way i fix it. most o the time I baste it with my cocacola bbq sauce and grill it with a hot charcoal fire with some apple or oak added for smoke.
    I also like cookin a good 8-10lb brisket. Groovin on a Sunday afternoon around the pit, drankin cold beer!
     
  10. RebelMan

    RebelMan Guest

    Your making my mouth water:lol:
     
  11. ShilohRed

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  12. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    I totally agree, no sauce of any kind on a beef steak. I just sizzle mine on each side for about 3 minutes. I can eat a raw steak, but not a burnt one. Y'all are makin' me hungry!
     
  13. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    Oh yeah babe! That right there makes my mouth water for sure!
     
  14. center12

    center12 New Member

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    I'm also a "year rounder", did add another Weber "bullet" to the collection a couple days ago. Had Cornish game hens last night, brats the evening before and chicken thighs night before that..........also went to a BBQ contest on saturday, I'm ate up with it:big_smile: .
     
  15. center12

    center12 New Member

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    Nice looking ribs Pete..........I love food porn:big_smile: .
     
  16. janzaldo

    janzaldo New Member

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    Oh yea, now we are talking! I bar-bq all year long. My favorite has to be New york steak. I get my steaks from a company called gourmet meats USDA choise The beef comes from the mid west, corn fed only and individually vacumed packed. The steaks are so tender you can cut them with a butter knife! I use Texas select Herbal red, Wild Bills blazing rub, garlic powder and black pepper. Recently I bought some beef bonless ribs totaly awsom with Barb-que. Very intresting Matt, I thought for sure it was from the ribbs.
    Jerrod it does not get any better than butchering your own beef!
    Charlie, Pete's ribs and smoke chicken not only looks good but taste even better! so tender the meat falls off the bone!

    Jaime