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Old 07-19-2005, 06:15 PM   #1
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Any BBQ fans out there?

What do you prefer? Charcoal, wood, gas?

Pork, beef, chicken, vegetables?

I cheat and use a gas grill with a foil pack of applewood and mesquite for smoke. Salmon, pork ribs and chicken often find themselves cookin on my grill.
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I like Charcoal...it has a better flavor, with a little mesquite wood for smoke. I got a gas grill for quick bbq, but if I have time, I like charcoal.
I like pork steaks with bbq sauce. Around here we use Head Country BBQ sauce.
I like chicken breasts too. And while I'm waiting, a juicy Brat goes down good.....
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I like Charcoal...it has a better flavor, with a little mesquite wood for smoke. I got a gas grill for quick bbq, but if I have time, I like charcoal.
I like pork steaks with bbq sauce. Around here we use Head Country BBQ sauce.
I like chicken breasts too. And while I'm waiting, a juicy Brat goes down good.....


got to love charcoal.. not a better flavor.. i was so surprised to learn years ago that pork steaks are a midwest thing..lol nothen better than porksteak with sweet baby rays sauce.. it even sticks to hot dogs..lol
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down here in Texas we use nothing but mesquite wood; brisket or fajitas are the best!!!

talk to anyone in Texas and they will tell you they have a secret marinade which makes their brisket more tender than anyone elses!!
My secret marinade is no secret: overnight in beer and italian dressing................
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What do you prefer? Charcoal, wood, gas?

Yes, in that order! I will on occassion add some small pieces of wood for a quick smoke before my charcoal -- a little added flavour. Whoever invented charcoal lighter fluid ought to be shot for ruining so many meals....

Pork, beef, chicken, vegetables?

Usually beef and chicken. I personally am the only one who eats veges, so I do cucumbers, soaked corn on the cob, asparagus, and every now and again, tomatoes. Pork roasts about once a month, and I love Salmon!

I cheat and use a gas grill with a foil pack of applewood and mesquite for smoke.

Pretty good technique, you get an A- even though you're using gas... Course I guess I'd get a D right now, all I have available is gas.... Maybe I'll buy a hibatchi or something.
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down here in Texas we use nothing but mesquite wood; brisket or fajitas are the best!!!

talk to anyone in Texas and they will tell you they have a secret marinade which makes their brisket more tender than anyone elses!!
My secret marinade is no secret: overnight in beer and italian dressing................
Girl you ain't ever lied!!!!!!! Mmmmmm the smell of mesquite, the flavor of mesquite. Fajitas!!!!!!!!!!! Steaks!!!!! Oh hell, I just like to eat!

Hubby loves to do dove breats stuffed with jalapeno & cheese and wrapped in bacon on the pit.

Chicken IS great marinated in Italian dressing.

Now you've made me hungry for BBQ!!!
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I'm with ya, girl!!! This transplanted Yankee still claims Illinois as home, but I do love Texas barbecue!!!!

I don't think I could ever cook with charcoal ever again....................
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mmmmm

Did someone say....Barbeeeeee....cuueeee?



I guess I can only say we prefer charcoal...becuz we've never really tried the other ones......lol. but have always wondered if the gas grills are as good as using charcoal. lol

mmmmm......grilled burgers......and corn
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lol.......this reminds me of the movie.....THE LEGEND. lol
The one with Tom Cruise..............and Gump.

"you and me.......we're all barbeque.."

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I keep trying to do beans on the pit, but they keep falling through the grill!!!
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lol nothen better than porksteak with sweet baby rays sauce.. it even sticks to hot dogs..lol

Man, I just discovered Sweet Baby Ray's sauce here a while back, man that stuff is pretty good. It is the preferred sauce at my house now.
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i thought id try and use real mesquite wood to grill over. man it made my junk taste like trash. i do not recommend it. for whatever reason.

i use wood almost exclusively. mainly cause were surrounded by it and im the duke at making the perfect charcoals. its not even a test anymore.

the only thing gas is good for is heating water.
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What the heck is a pork steak??
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Until NDNKidz mentioned it, I didn't realize Pork Steaks were a midwest thing. They are exactly what I said, a "pork" steak. They are usually the best cut of meat from the pig sliced real thick.


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Italian dressing with Salt N Spice is how I do my brisket marinade. Makes it real tender and tasty!

Kneegrow...Good thread!
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Is Salt n Spice a specific seasoning one can buy or is it just a combo of salt and different spices you throw in?
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Its a brand name on a premixed spice. It of course has salt, and other spices like garlic and etc. Its kinda like rib rub. I put it on my brisket while its sitting on the foil and let it set for a awhile, then put the italian dressing on it. Wrap it up and go to bed.....
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I will have to see if I can find it down here; we do have a brisket rub; maybe it is similar. I usually soak the brisket in the italian dressing overnight, and then slow cook it on the grill all day over mesquite, wrapped in foil of course, and baste it with the beer and more of the dressing while it is cooking. It melts in your mouth!!!!
geez, now I'm getting hungry!!!

Thanks for the tip!
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Ain't nuttin' like adding a little Chachare's seasoning to it too! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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