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Old 03-21-2006, 04:18 PM   #11
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Well if I was going to eat people Sizz then they would have to be BBQ'd
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Old 03-21-2006, 04:21 PM   #12
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Not enough BBQ Sauce in all of Texas to get me to go that far GB
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Old 03-21-2006, 04:24 PM   #13
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aww, c'mon, sizz, there's a comma there before people! don't think i'd want to eat people either...you *know* what most people have been eating, eww!
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Old 03-21-2006, 04:25 PM   #14
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aww, c'mon, sizz, there's a comma there before people! don't think i'd want to eat people either...you *know* what most people have been eating, eww!
I couldn't resist fire!
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Old 03-21-2006, 06:37 PM   #15
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I don't think I want people either.

I have had goat though. My SIL's uncle smoked one in the ground with rabbit, dear and squirrel. I don't remember what it tasted like though.
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Old 03-21-2006, 08:06 PM   #16
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goat is mighty fine! Grilled: um, three faves: #1 a cajun dry rubbed whole chicken indirectly grilled smoked with mesquite smoke. #2 A butterflied leg of lamb, marinated in evoo, garlic onions rosemary and lemmon overnight, grilled medium rare, served with raita or tzadtiki, hummus, harissa, etc and couscous with roasted/grilled veggies. #3 so simple ... beer braised brats, grilled with onions on a toasted roll with seedy mustard and a cold micro brew dark! (with some spud salad on the side and a sliced up Beefsteak Tomato. )
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Old 03-22-2006, 05:46 PM   #17
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The only time I had goat, I enjoyed it immensely. It tasted and felt much like venison.

As to what my favorite thing to cook on the grill is, well, if it's just my tastes that I'm talking about, it has to be either a good bone-in rib-eye steak, corn fed of course and at least USDA Choice quality, cooked over a solid bed of charcoal for 4 minutes per side, with just S & P.

Otherwise, it depends on who I'm trying to impress. I get equally good reviews with a pork crown-roast, and barbecued turkey. I love them both.

I haven't mastered ribs yet as my wife isn't crazy about them.

Other favorites are cut up chicken pieces over a solid charcoal bed, Cornish game hens over a divided charcoal bed, pork chops over a solid bed, planked walleye or herring, or pollok, or..., baked beans cooked over a solid bed with apple wood on the fire and the cover closed and the vents half closed (the smoke does wonderful things to baked beans ).

And then there are the grilled veggies. Wow, this is hard. I love so many things; shish kabobs, fruits, veggies, all kinds of meats, even breads.

Another favorite is a great grilled hamburger. When done properly, it's very juicy and has a great beef flavor. In fact, when done just right, it's similar in flavor to a good steak, only well-done.

And if you've never cooked a pizza on the covered kettle grill, then you just don't know what you are missing.

Interestingly, I don't care so much for hot-dogs cooked on the grill as they are usually overcooked. But give me a skewer and let me roast hot-dogs in the campfire, or over charcoal, and I'm a happy camper.

Now good sausage, with the skin on is a wonderful thing.

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Old 03-23-2006, 09:31 AM   #18
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I like a good steak, grilled medium, with Montreal Steak Seasoning.

Hamburgers and hot dogs are a family favorite. I like to do chicken legs every now and then (the kids go nuts for them).

I also like to smoke a pork butt or two, then pull it apart for Pulled Pork Sandwiches. I'm thinking about doing a brisket sometime this year, just to try it.

Something that I really like, but haven't done in years, is grilled tuna steak, cooked medium. VERY tasty and very juicy.

I'd like to experiment with pizza. Of course, PeppA has worked in various pizzerias for most of her life, and is very particular about how her pizza is cooked.
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Old 03-23-2006, 10:57 AM   #19
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This isn't a recipe but the only thing that could have made it better would be to have it cooked on the grill. I roasted red potatoes, carrots, zuchinni, sweet onions, peppers and asparagus for dinner last night. Since our gs was going to visit his dad for spring break, we all ate together. I bought the chilcken already fried, roasted the veggies, made a platter of sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. I also made a chocolate cake. It was all delicious and we could all be together with minimal labor.
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Old 03-23-2006, 05:40 PM   #20
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Yummy guys and gals! I can't wait for the warm weather to stick around. Kinda stinks when you have to freeze your tush off just to grill.
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