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  1. DirtyMike

    DirtyMike Turbo Fluffer

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    Tonight I made Bourban hickory smoked trout. The Neighbors were jealous.


    Discuss the last thing you cooked on the grill
     

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  2. gonefirefightin

    gonefirefightin free wieners

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    spotted owl hit with the grill of my pickup!
     
  3. jdcamb

    jdcamb Tool Time!

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    A few pieces of french bread with EVO and some gruyere cheese on them. The fire was to hot and they became little pucks. I resurrected them as a new kind of tasty crouton that I invented to go with my cucumber salad. Zero to hero thanks to raiding the neighbors garden...
     
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    Beercan chicken with Pyramid Apricot
     
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    tylerpier137 Monkey

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    Tri-tip accidently soaked in pepsi( thought it was beer) and cooked on charcoal started with gasoline. Actually pretty good.
     
  6. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    BBQ Chicken and veggie kabobs for dinner tonight, yummy.
     
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    pinkshirtphotos site moron

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    tonight i grilled some chicken thighs with the skin left on that marinaded in a family sauce over night. also grilled some summer squash. over charcoal....... i hate the taste of propane
     
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    ryebread Monkey

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    pineapple pizza
     
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    Silver find me a tampon

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    Roast petit last night. Delicious.
     
  10. DirtMcGirk

    DirtMcGirk <b>WAY</b> Dumber than N8 (to the power of ten alm

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    Pork loin in Whistler with beers in the hottub.

    Life does not suck.
     
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    Cheese on toast I think.
     
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    Haitiracers Chimp

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    Yum...Family Sauce.

    Spicy Chorizo sausage and asparagus wrapped in prosciutto.
     
  13. I Are Baboon

    I Are Baboon Run, Forrest, Run!

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    Last night I grilled turkey burgers (homemade, not frozen), potato wedges, and corn on teh COB.
     
  14. BigMike

    BigMike BrokenbikeMike

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    The last thing I grilled was tacos. It was interesting. Cut up all the stuff and covered the grill with foil. It actually worked pretty damned well. We grill all the time, and usually it's marinated chicken boobie with some corn.
     
  15. MMcG

    MMcG Ride till you puke!

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    I grilled up some Pork Chops on Sunday evening with an apple/maple barbecue sauce glaze. Tasty!
     
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    kingbee Monkey

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    Brats & corn on my charcoal grill. mmmmmmmmm
     
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    in the trees Turbo Monkey

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    Last night - turkey, eggplant, zucchini, summer squash, red pepper, and sweet onion for homemade quesadillas.

    toby
     
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    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    shrimp skewers with a mango/chipotle baste...
     
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    Brats.
    Topped with sauteed onions and peppers.
     
  20. SkaredShtles

    SkaredShtles I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!

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    A couple plain ol' steaks last night.

    :drool:
     
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    Da Peach Outwitted by a rodent

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    Awesome Costco strip loin steaks. Montreal steak spice. Delish.
     
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    Cheeeeze burgers man and a cheddar filled turkey dog.
     
  23. jimmydean

    jimmydean The Official Meat of Ridemonkey

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    I have actually cooked outside just about every night for the last few weeks. It's too nice and cool in the house to fire up the oven/range.

    I need to get a real grill, though. Mine died last year and I have been doing everything on my portable Webber that I bought for camping. I want a nice IR setup like my friend bought last year.
     
  24. Mr Tiles

    Mr Tiles I'm a beer snob

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    fresh corn out of the garden in the husk.
     
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    does a george foreman grill count ? if so a steak last night.
     
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    Roasted a chicken.
     
  27. ultraNoob

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    Yall people are sick! Children, regardless of how hard headed or "bratty" they are, do not belong on the grill. That's child abuse people! :p
     
  28. jonKranked

    jonKranked Press Button, Receive Stupid

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    baby back ribs.
     
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    Thats my plan for tonight thanks to your post.
     
  31. BMXman

    BMXman I wish I was Canadian

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    marinated veggies :D
     
  32. AngryMetalsmith

    AngryMetalsmith Business is good, thanks for asking

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    I highly recommend the Big Green Egg. It's a ceramic smoker/grill that uses hardwood charcoal. Because it's ceramic it holds heat way better than a steel smoker. Food cooked on it retains more moisture than a conventional grill. You can run it long enough to smoke a boston butt without refueling.

    Pure awesomeness.

     
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  34. jimmydean

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    Drumsticks and thighs with sauce.
     
  35. TN

    TN Hey baby, want a hot dog?

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    BurlyShirley Rex Grossman Will Rise Again

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    Salmon Burgers... which weren't very good, coming from the can.
     
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  38. TrailMonkey

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    It's a great idea...but it's just a little to small for doing a bunch of ribs and stuff.
     
  39. KavuRider

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    Hope yours came out better than mine.
    I cheaped out and bought the store brand generic brats.

    Ugh.
    But the peppers and onions made up for it :biggrin:
     
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    A 1.5 pound new yorker, marinated for 3 days. I was able to cut through the meat with my fork it was so tender. :drool: