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GregBO
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09/04/2019 9:26 pm  

Yes, you read the title correctly.  I am officially claiming that the Summer Gas Grill season is upon us.

Last night was Top Sirloin Steaks (ala Beach Bum - EVOO, Salt, Pepper, Butter), Portobello Mushrooms (in foil), Braised brussel sprouts,  Cauliflower mashed "potatos".

Yep, this was a fantastic way to celebrate high temps in the 60's and just a little bit of rain.

As this is a pretty basic recipe that I've posted in the past, I'll skip the details on this one.

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Old Buck
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09/04/2019 10:58 pm  

I prefer wood charcoal myself, the gas comes after the meal!

My choice cut would be a 2" thick slap of boneless ribeye.  I offset the coals on one side, the meat on the other.  I also use mesquite wood chunks to enhance the smoke flavor.

 

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10/04/2019 12:39 am  

I have some chicken that I will be cooking on my girl, with some onions, green peppers, yellow squash and zucchini. I will marinate it is a zip-lock bag and kabob them. Later, I will do some Brats and also hamburgers. Time to have some delicious fun. 

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Old Buck
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10/04/2019 12:52 am  

That girl must be really hot!!

This one smokes apples!

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10/04/2019 1:00 am  

Haha, I meant grill. Not going to fix it now. Great response. 

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11/04/2019 12:33 pm  

So last night was Chicken Marsala, Garlic Roasts Potatoes, Honey Glazed Carrots and Cauliflower.  Another nice evening with mild temps and no flying insects.

Will be grilling Salmon on Saturday

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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11/04/2019 9:21 pm  

There are a couple side dishes I make when grilling with friends.

One is cucumber salad.  The night before (at least in the very early morning) I slice them thin, place them in a plastic bow, and add a little salt.  This wilts the cucumbers and gets them nice and soft, as well as drawing out moisture.  I drain the bowl of water a few times, and after the last time I add mayonaise, garlic powder, black pepper, dill, and diced onion.  Let the mixture sit for an hour and then it will be ready to serve.

The second is a calico bean recipe that I have perfected over the years.  I won't go into detail, but it is a baked bean recipe with five different types of beans, ground hamburger and bacon, and other goodies and spices.  It is the best when cooked on the grill or smoker in my cast iron dutch oven.  This is true cowboy baked beans, and I never have left overs, now matter how many batches I make!

easy cucumber salad with sour cream

Calico Beans with Bacon - Food - GRIT Magazine

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11/04/2019 11:02 pm  

I didn't grill it but had some catfish frying in the pan! Served with some fresh corn on cob! I don't know about the gas grill thing. Its a great survival tool to be sure BUT there is just something about an open fire that is soooo comforting---especially a BIG fire! YEAH buddy! Fire....our friend. 


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14/04/2019 4:40 pm  

Recipes. I cook canned beans well. 🤣 

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14/04/2019 4:50 pm  
Posted by: Old Buck

There are a couple side dishes I make when grilling with friends.

One is cucumber salad.  The night before (at least in the very early morning) I slice them thin, place them in a plastic bow, and add a little salt.  This wilts the cucumbers and gets them nice and soft, as well as drawing out moisture.  I drain the bowl of water a few times, and after the last time I add mayonaise, garlic powder, black pepper, dill, and diced onion.  Let the mixture sit for an hour and then it will be ready to serve.

The second is a calico bean recipe that I have perfected over the years.  I won't go into detail, but it is a baked bean recipe with five different types of beans, ground hamburger and bacon, and other goodies and spices.  It is the best when cooked on the grill or smoker in my cast iron dutch oven.  This is true cowboy baked beans, and I never have left overs, now matter how many batches I make!

easy cucumber salad with sour cream

Calico Beans with Bacon - Food - GRIT Magazine

Yummy, whenever my father used to cook "Cowboy-beans", there (at least for an evening or so) was peace at home and we would watch an old Western movie together with my brother.  He also did his own variation on the cucumber salad pretty often and especially during summertime to serve it with the grilled meat.

 


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29/05/2019 12:59 am  

Last night was a most excellent evening to grill outside, unfortunately I did not have time to make cowboy beans, but will this weekend.

Grilled a one lb Ribeye steak marinated for 30 minutes with kosher salt and black pepper.

Bowtie pasta with sauteed onion, mushroom, olives, garlic, zucchini and squash.

Grilled onions and mushroom pouch with 1/4 stick of non-salted butte

Garlic loaf and hefeweizen.

Pulled steak at medium rare stage and let it rest covered with the onions, mushrooms and heated butter.

Not much variety on the plate but it was certainly very tasty.  

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29/05/2019 11:34 pm  

The meat market has these fresh 1/2 pound beef patties with big chunks of Wisconsin cheddar cheese. Been grilling them up all week. Have to get there before noon if ya want to buy any because they sell out daily. No seasoning required but alittle Tammy's goes great on top.

Dessert has been Quik Trips brownie cookies. Delicious sugary death but completely worth it. 

Tomorrow I'm thinking I'll get a steak. Not sure which cut yet since I need to inspect the product. Also got some smoked string cheese to go along with the fun. 

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23/09/2019 12:40 am  

Tonight will probably be the last supper meal grilled outside for 2019.

there will still be hamburgers, brauts and the like into mid November, but not a full meal.

1.5 lb T-Bone marinated in kosher salt for one hour before it hit the grill at 450. Turned once at 5 min and took it off three minutes later. 1/4 stick of unsalted butter and let it rest for 5 minutes.

Squash and zucchini, Parmesan cheese, basil, oregano, salt and pepper, parsley with melted butter to bind it all. 12 minutes on the grill in foil pack.

Vidalia onion and mushroom in a foil pack for 15 minutes.

Small Klondike potatoes, olive oil and Trader Joe’s 21 gun seasoning mix. Foil pack for 20 minutes.

Yes indeed, a great way to end the 2019 back deck grilling season. 

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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Old Buck
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23/09/2019 5:00 pm  

Why would this be your last grilled meal?  

You can grill out anytime, even during a blizzard.  Your cooking temps drop when it's colder outside, so turn the flames a bit higher on the propane.  The gas pressure also drops in colder weather.

I prefer wood charcoal myself.  Just stoke the fire a little hotter in cold weather.

You may want to consider cooking a bunch of chicken breasts, burgers, brats etc. on the grill then freeze the meat after cooling.  Then you only need to boil a can of beer on the stove and drop the meat in to serving temperature...

I have taken my smoker out on the lake.  I used my neighbors pontoon boat and had a grill party out on the open water.

 

Check out this gyroscopic grill.

 

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23/09/2019 5:29 pm  

No grill can beat this.

 


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Old Buck
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23/09/2019 7:43 pm  

Except these.  Race you to the buffet line!

 

 

 

This steam-punk is awesome!

 

 

Someone converted an old fire truck into a smoker!

 

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GregBO
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25/09/2019 3:03 pm  

@old-buck

Sorry, I did not type the word "Summer".  I do indeed grill all the time, but normally only prepare full meals on the grill during summer.  The amount of summer sunlight is the big factor.  1/2 enjoyment of grilling is eating outside.

I have fond memories of grilling brauts outside in March snow storms over charcoal and then huddling around the grill while eating them!  Yeah baby.

Hand food year round, absolutely.  Grilling the meal and eating it outside year round ... not today, thank you very much!

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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