Outdoor Grilling

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  1. chet again

    chet again Tele-Meister

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    Please...go into detail on how he cooked the prime rib.
     
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    I couldn’t tell you. I didn’t have anything to do with it other than making it disappear from my plate. :D
     
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    I found a recipe for rotisserie Prime Rib I want to try.
     
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    One of my brothers makes that on certain holidays. His recipe involves approximately one metric ton of garlic and rosemary. :)
     
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    a tip i have not seen mentioned here is after scraping the grill while its hot i take a couple folded paper towels and get them sopping wet and wipe the grill

    i like the result
     
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    Pour beer on them?
     
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    What's the effect?
     
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    I don t know if it s a good idea to put aluminium foil on the barbecue / oven. Healthwise.
     
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    I would just vary the amount of charcoal used rather than reusing it, might be viable with chunk wood charcoal.
     
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    I wouldn't douse them; the charcoal likes to hold water so it might need to be dried after. But on a Weber (and other kettles), you can close off all the vents after cooking and re-use some of coals left.

    One of the things I haven't seen mentioned, and something I learned on here (I believe it was @MattyK-USA that posted this), is taking hearts of romaine and splitting them, drizzling Caesar dressing into the open sides, then grilling briefly cut-side down. Plate that with a big ol' steak and you're good to go:cool:
     
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    There was an episode of "The Monsters Within" where a lady started throwing up blood for an unknown reason.

    They found out it was a piece of the wire brush that got stuck in her throat after eating a burger from her hubby's grill. He used the brush to clean it off.
     
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