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Old 06-20-2011, 12:49 PM   #31
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Y'all are a lot more "adventurous" than I am. I would never be able to put my food right on on of those grill grates. I just wouldn't be able to get past the thought of what happens to those grills when no one is looking I'm sure the heat would kill most anything but just the thoughts.....
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Old 06-20-2011, 01:12 PM   #32
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Y'all are a lot more "adventurous" than I am. I would never be able to put my food right on on of those grill grates. I just wouldn't be able to get past the thought of what happens to those grills when no one is looking I'm sure the heat would kill most anything but just the thoughts.....
Yes, I used to agree with you, Mama. Then I went to school and apprenticed where I learned what can go on in a fine dining kitchen and suddenly nothing about cooking anywhere was scary!
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Old 06-20-2011, 01:20 PM   #33
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Y'all are a lot more "adventurous" than I am. I would never be able to put my food right on on of those grill grates. I just wouldn't be able to get past the thought of what happens to those grills when no one is looking I'm sure the heat would kill most anything but just the thoughts.....
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Yes, I used to agree with you, Mama. Then I went to school and apprenticed where I learned what can go on in a fine dining kitchen and suddenly nothing about cooking anywhere was scary!
Thansk for the concerns ladies.

I had one side of the bangers around 650.f And the side around oil boiling temp about 450.f

I do care about the people I feed and my family. I could care less about my self.
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Oh, ODC, I wasn't (and I don't think Mama was) concerned that you weren't taking care of your food temps. It is more what an outdoor park grill gets all over it between outings. But, as Mama eluded to, the heat does cook it all off - I always take a grill brush to it after the coals get hot enough - that scrubs and burns it away!

I really embrace what you do. As I said, I love doing our fancy breakfasts and trying to "raise the bar" each year!
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Old 06-20-2011, 01:36 PM   #35
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Oh, ODC, I wasn't (and I don't think Mama was) concerned that you weren't taking care of your food temps. It is more what an outdoor park grill gets all over it between outings. But, as Mama eluded to, the heat does cook it all off - I always take a grill brush to it after the coals get hot enough - that scrubs and burns it away!

I really embrace what you do. As I said, I love doing our fancy breakfasts and trying to "raise the bar" each year!
Thank you LPBeier.

I literately took my grill brush over the greats for 5-8 minutes just to make sure It was some what safe for grilling.
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I'm sorry if I came across as though I thought you didn't care about your family Outdoor Chef. I'm sure the heat cooks everything off...it's just me, my imagination and my OCD .
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Old 06-20-2011, 02:25 PM   #37
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I'm sorry if I came across as though I thought you didn't care about your family Outdoor Chef. I'm sure the heat cooks everything off...it's just me, my imagination and my OCD .
Well then far be it from me to put thoughts in your head about families of mice scurring across your grill grates at 3:30 in the morning, eating those morsels that fell from that night's dinner



You fire it up, you burn it off... it's all good
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Well then far be it from me to put thoughts in your head about families of mice scurring across your grill grates at 3:30 in the morning, eating those morsels that fell from that night's dinner



You fire it up, you burn it off... it's all good
Thanks A LOT ....anybody in the market for a slightly used gas grill?
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Thanks A LOT ....anybody in the market for a slightly used gas grill?
Oh now you want to sell it Momma,

After I've purchased my Char broil duo :)
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Mama just parked her outdoor grill in the parlor for the night...
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