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Old 03-29-2007, 07:37 PM   #61
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drunk corn! You have to start with fresh corn, silk removed but husks in tact. Soak the corn in a big pot in beer for a day. I like to cook it over the flames in the woodburning fireplace. A spicy chili/cumin/lime zest butter is the perfect accompaniment.
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Old 03-30-2007, 09:05 AM   #62
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I don't even know where to start! It looks like some of the favorites are grilled and that others are smoked. So I'll assume we're covering both.

On the grill: Shish kebab using chicken or shrimp wrapped in bacon. Not the healthiest item around, but WOW!!! I think bacon makes everything that's not sweet taste better. Steak of course (smoked at 225 for 20 minutes prior to grilling). Burgers (smoked first, like steak). Grilled vegetables are a family favorite.

On the smoker: Smoked chuck. I've never seen this at a restaurant, but this is amazing if done properly. I think it's actually better than brisket. Smoked salmon. I've tried many types of wood and maple is probably my favorite.
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Old 04-11-2007, 08:39 PM   #63
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Just a reminder.... BBQ is smoking long and slow (usually). Grilling is cooking over a standard grill for a shorter amount of time and normally without smoking. I would not knock either method of cooking as both are excellent means of causing me to gain the weight I am trying to loose. My most favorite Grill item is the "Country Style Boneless Pork Ribs" I mentioned in another post. On the smoker... I don't think there is anything better then a good 190F brisket that is sliced thin and with a really good bread to go with. BBQ sauce or a good beef broth in the form of an onion soup dip, works perfectly for me. Casper
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