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Old 03-07-2011, 07:33 PM   #29
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Old 03-07-2011, 10:20 PM   #30
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Can't find the Whats for dinner tonight thread---where is it?
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Old 03-21-2011, 08:47 AM   #31
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Iowa Chops and sweet potatoes

We had these lovely pork chops with sweet potatoes a few days ago.
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Last night I made some beer butt chicken and sweet corn.
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Grilled in the husk sweet corn. THAT IS AT THE TOP OF MY SUMMER TREATS.

I started grilling it outside many years ago and to me, IMHO, it is the way corn should be enjoyed. The fresher picked the better.

We're from N Ohio and sweet corn was an expected norm, no issues and many REAL GOOD family farms, Butternut Farm and Sweets both in the N Ridgeville area grown in the back, picked that AM and eaten that day. To our disappointment, the same growing conditions or maybe market don't exist where we are now, so to our friends back in the Buckeye, you got us on this one. In fact, sweet corn, Trail Bologna and Holmes County Swiss cheese can't forget Chardon & Geauga county maple syrup are a few of my I wish I could still get it here.

I'll try to put up a pic or two the next time I get my smoker going.

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Old 03-28-2011, 07:03 AM   #34
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Grilled fajitas

Thanks GCinSC2.

Yesterday was Sunday, my usual BBQ/grilling day. Early yesterday morning I marinated three pieces of flank steak with lemon and lime juice. I grilled the peppers and onions, then the flank steaks. My wife and oldest son did all the cutting of the peppers and onions and made fresh pico de gallo. Here are the pics.
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What's better than marinated grilled leg of lamb this time of year? Buy a small leg and "unroll" it off the bones. Or buy a boned, rolled leg and unroll it by taking off the netting. Marinate it for a day in olive oil, chopped fresh rosemary, garlic and black pepper. Don't salt until near the end of cooking and then give it a dusting with coarse salt. Grill it over a medium-high heat to brown it but reduce heat to low to get it to medium rare in the thickest part. Everyone's likes this cut as there is medium-well, nice pink medium and medium rare all at once. Let it rest, covered, for 20 minutes before slicing it. Use leftovers for a curry meal. New potatoes and grilled vegetables are naturals with this spring dish.
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Marinated chicken with grilled asparagus.

Ok after being jealous of all of Top's pictures, I decided to grill tonight. It was beautiful today in Texas and I am not looking forward to returning to Missouri in two days.




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Looks great Steve! Such a short break. Enjoy what time you have left.
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Yes Top, and the stress of the remainder of the semester, finishing everything to get the house listed, and then doing a partial move down here in the next 5 weeks is pushing my sanity level.

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Meat and potatoes

"Can't beat meat and potatoes if you know how to cook 'em!" is what my grandfather Peter N.E. used to say.
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Today I've been working on Abby and running the BBQ. Texas mesquite beef brisket.
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Wow! We just found this thread and boy are we hungry!

Thanks for starting the thread Lance. And thanks to everyone for sharing.

Here's an image of Murray's achiote chicken on the grill. We usually serve it with mango and grilled pineapple salsa, but really, it's great with with just plain old rice.

Ah, now we'll have to start taking more photos of stuff on the grill.

We'll look forward to reading more about what's on the grill.

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That looks very delicious!
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