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Old 03-29-2010, 12:15 PM   #31
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best friday night dinner - ny strip at peter's inn in fells point, with an order of their garlic bread and braised pork belly for starters. hands down for me.
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I need to get my propane tank topped off, we're looking at weather in the mid to high 70s by the end of this week. Definitely time to fire up the grill!
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Pizza or mexican is my ideal Friday night, washed down with a couple of pints of Guinness.

But since I like to hit the gym on Friday nights I'll usually skip the Guinness at dinner and have them later on, but then of course 2 beers turns into 4 or 5 or 12.
I'm a Friday night pizza guy myself. I haven't tried drinking a Guiness with Pizza yet.

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I need to get my propane tank topped off, we're looking at weather in the mid to high 70s by the end of this week. Definitely time to fire up the grill!
My neighbor gave me the idea of keeping 2 filled propane tanks around the house so that you aren't in that awkward situation of having to stop cooking an run to the store for a refill.

It is definately time to fire the grill up. I would have imagined that you would have done it when we had that beautiful weekend 2 weeks ago. That's when I started.
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Old 03-29-2010, 12:50 PM   #34
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I need to get my propane tank topped off, we're looking at weather in the mid to high 70s by the end of this week. Definitely time to fire up the grill!
I did that on Saturday, but my propane tank (and reserve tank I always keep handy) were both empty from grilling all winter.

There is no such thing as grill season for me, it's a year-round way of life.
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Since it's warming up here I grab a couple ribeyes and fire up the grill while I tossing back Dos Equis lager. That's possibly my favorite summertime brew.
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Since it's warming up here I grab a couple ribeyes and fire up the grill while I tossing back Dos Equis lager. That's possibly my favorite summertime brew.

I love the Amber, best.
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Old 03-29-2010, 01:59 PM   #37
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I did that on Saturday, but my propane tank (and reserve tank I always keep handy) were both empty from grilling all winter.

There is no such thing as grill season for me, it's a year-round way of life.
Is that you SBF?
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Old 03-29-2010, 02:01 PM   #38
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man a broil on those coals? thats asking for trouble. i didnt know about them either and figured id give it a go. im a kingsford man.

i would have seared it, done some in-direct heat cooking with maybe a tin pan on the bottom next to the coals with some beer or water/vinegar mix. but, until you cook with them coals, you dont know what your dealing with.

funny, i had to close the vents to try and slow down the heat/fire too which i didnt mind b/c i had hickory chips in there. but i was cooking 2 filets, etc, not a freakin broil!

and charcoal starters? man that stuff is for single moms.

you should try those natural charcoal chunks i grilled with last weekend. ALOT OF FUN if you like playing with the grill like me. they have some french writing on them so that kinda sucks right there. takes a good 30 mins or more to get it going, needs constant supervision but burns like a champ and you can always add more as your going so you can bbq all day, not just a one time window like with briquets.

those competition briquets are for straight steak cooking. burns hot and hard so you get a great sear to it, grill marks.
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I rarely use briquettes. If I do I use hardwood. If its a steak/burger/chicken/fish I use just hardwood charcoal and if it's a longer cooking I'll use combo of the charcoal and the hardwood briquettes.

I guess I use Kingsford for hot dogs when tailgating.
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I use propane it does the trick and fast!
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Love propane grills...if you want wood flavors buy barbecue wood chips.
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Old 03-29-2010, 04:32 PM   #42
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If you see mine and over the mountains post its more about getting out in the yard drinking a few drinks and cooking out. I have a gas grill which I use but I enjoy grilling out and playing around fire, food, and booze.

I hear you. I do the same thing with yard work less the fire. I putz around out there, it is my alone time.
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I need to get my propane tank topped off, we're looking at weather in the mid to high 70s by the end of this week. Definitely time to fire up the grill!
been grilling for about a month now pretty steadily, get it done man.. so nice
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Thats funny you posted this because last night I used some of those new kingfords briquest last and i hate them. They light real fast and get really hot. I cook a London Broil last night and I could not take my eyes off it because I was worried it would burn. I even had all the vents closed off at one point and still had issues. Do you use a Charcoal Chimmy? If not you need to buy one as they are great and you do not need to use any light fluid. Here is a link to what they are and you can find them at any Lowes. The bigger one on the left is more $ but it light better and will out last two or three of the ones on the left. I have both gas and charcoal grills.
The Charcoal Chimney Starter
chimneys are awesome for coal starting
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Old 03-29-2010, 09:48 PM   #45
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A few of my groomsmen got me the Weber Performer as a wedding gift 5 years ago, and it has many many uses on it. Only problem is I need to fix the propane starter.

I use Cowboy Charcoal (or regular Kingsford if I don't have time for a run to the hardware store) in the chimney starter and have a beer or 2 while the coals get ready. Did burgers and dogs the Sunday before last, but it won't be long until the grill see some marinated flank steak or some kebabs, or some nice smoked chicken thighs.
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