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Old 06-05-2011, 09:24 PM   #41
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Pancanis-Typically I grilled it plain then add some butter or lightly salt it. Tonight its just me and the baby and he cant eat any of this besides the cherries I can do anything to my corn lol Garlic added is good too :)

I love ribeyes. They are my favorite. How long do you leave asparagus on for? What all do you do to it? I have hated it since I was little but my brother runs a kitchen so he was taught ways to make it on the stove and now I crave it. I just cant get him to make it much! Grilled sounds lik it would be good.
I never touched asparagus when I was a kid and love the stuff now, too. Funny how tastes change.
Usually when I grill it I season some bacon, then wrap the asparagus up in the bacon. Grill indirect until the bacon is crispy. I cheated tonight and nuked the asparagus though. The bacon I have is too thick for wrapping them the way the I like. I wrapped the spears in a wet paper towel and nuked them for 3 minutes instead.
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Old 06-05-2011, 09:32 PM   #42
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I never touched asparagus when I was a kid and love the stuff now, too. Funny how tastes change.
Usually when I grill it I season some bacon, then wrap the asparagus up in the bacon. Grill indirect until the bacon is crispy. I cheated tonight and nuked the asparagus though. The bacon I have is too thick for wrapping them the way the I like. I wrapped the spears in a wet paper towel and nuked them for 3 minutes instead.
Yummy!!!!!!!
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Old 06-05-2011, 09:35 PM   #43
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Thanks MSM. I must have missed the memo on chicken night, lol.
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Thanks MSM. I must have missed the memo on chicken night, lol.
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Chicken on the grill. Maybe Jerk, or brined, or.....not sure yet..there is this recipe that I discovered on Youtube which was done by the BBQ Pit Boys. You marinate the chicken in equal parts apple cidre vinegar, veg oil and an egg. It really turns out good. I have used it a few times.
Can I have the recipe for your Jerk Grilled Chicken please? Sounds delicious
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:35 PM   #46
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Pan Grilled Flank Steak
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:51 PM   #47
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The 50th anniversary party was wonderful and more food than imaginable. No need for supper for us tonight. To "fill the hole" we had some microwave popcorn and something cold to drink.

The party was well attended, at least 200 people while Glenn and I were there and we left about an hour before the designated conclusion time. These folks are really loved and have tons of friends. It was so nice to see such good response.
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The brined "beer butt" chicken was fab! Company didn't stay for dinner so didn't make potato salad, just had the leftover broccoli cauliflower salad and corn on the cob that I ended up steaming.
Dark spots on chicken are where I stuffed fresh rosemary under the skin;-)
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I never touched asparagus when I was a kid and love the stuff now, too. Funny how tastes change.
Usually when I grill it I season some bacon, then wrap the asparagus up in the bacon. Grill indirect until the bacon is crispy. I cheated tonight and nuked the asparagus though. The bacon I have is too thick for wrapping them the way the I like. I wrapped the spears in a wet paper towel and nuked them for 3 minutes instead.

When I do asparagus on the grill I raft em, brush with olive oil, sprinkle on some kosher salt and let em grill.

I hated asparagus as a kid, of course ours came out of a can all mushy like.
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Old 06-06-2011, 12:59 AM   #50
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man, everyone's dinners look so good, especially that pizza, dave.

i grilled some angus ribeyes tonight: (sorry so blurry)



and asparagus:

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