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View Poll Results: How do you cook out?
charcoal grill 14 60.87%
propane grill 5 21.74%
outside brick oven 0 0%
over a wood fire in a fire pit 2 8.70%
other 2 8.70%
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:35 PM   #11
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Got a propane and a real charcoal grill. One for speed, one for flavor. I save the prunings from the apple orchard, run them thru the chipper, add to charcoal.

Of course, you left out charred over a burning chunk of C4 explosive......



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Of course, you left out charred over a burning chunk of C4 explosive......
How do the neighbors like your cookouts?

I prefer charcoal, but if we are in a hurry, we'll use a George Foreman.


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Gello, I really don't know what your interest in this thread would be. You have stated that besides sushi you are pretty much a vegaterian. Electric would be fine on woody vegtables.:-):-):-):-)

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Roastin' ears, grilled asparagus, etc. Actually, the electric outdoor grill is at Mom's; she likes to cook outside sometimes to keep her kitchen cooler. They have a charcoal grill too for when they want to use it (when my sis brings home some meat from MSU). Of course, i do grill some fish & the occasional steak or some sausages; i'm just not the one eating them.
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Roastin' ears, grilled asparagus, etc. Actually, the electric outdoor grill is at Mom's; she likes to cook outside sometimes to keep her kitchen cooler. They have a charcoal grill too for when they want to use it (when my sis brings home some meat from MSU). Of course, i do grill some fish & the occasional steak or some sausages; i'm just not the one eating them.
Grilled asperagus is the bomb. Drizzle olive oil and season with garlic powder, rosemary, salt and pepper. Let sit for awhile. Put directly over coals and the olive oil drips and flames lick the asperagus. Just enough to put a little char on it. Remove to far side of grill for indirect finish of about 5 min. Outstanding!
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http://www.pickledstore.com/products/Stuart%27s-Spicy-Pickled-Asparagus-%252d-Quart.html
Not grilled, but good. Not even gonna talk about the quail eggs.
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I prefer my Weber kettle for outdoor cooking. If just cooking for the wife and me...we'll use the cast iron skillet on the gas stove. I have had a few different propane grills...and don't care for them.

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Not grilled, but good. Not even gonna talk about the quail eggs.
Pickled asperagus goes good in a bloody mary. Made with zing zang of course.
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i have two webers one is a smokey mountain cooker and the other is one of those charcoal grills that uses a propane burner to start the charcoal. the only thing propane is good for.

cooking with propane gives the meat an off wierd taste. worse than using the broiler in the oven

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Of course, you left out charred over a burning chunk of C4 explosive......
Ive heard those stories...


I prefer to use a fire with Mesquite.... After all I do live in the desert.


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