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Grilling : Share your knowledge !

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by I_am_smoked_cheddar, Aug 9, 2014.

  1. I_am_smoked_cheddar

    I_am_smoked_cheddar Guest

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    Sharing barbecue sauces to smoking Turkeys, this thread is for all of us. Do you marinate ? Special Chicken recipes no one can resist. I love a good Hamburger and I will be grilling burgers tomorrow. I stuff mine with cheese before I grill.
    Have you got a great grilling story , share it here. Do you prefer special Beer for special food ? Pork , Beef Chicken, & Seafood , what's your speciality ?
    Great side dishes go with great grilling , what's yours ? I love pasta salads.
    Many grill their vegetables , do you ? I love to grill corn on the cob.
    Post your best and impress us all !
     
  2. longtimefan

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  3. Wolf Packer

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    Holy S**t, that looks good. The corn could be a little 'blacker', but thats just being fussy. :tup:
     
  4. longtimefan

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    I grill my corn with the husks on, so the kernels never will get black
     
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  5. buggybill2003

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    Have you ever made your own sauces Smokey ? I found a site once that had various recipes for Kansas, Texas sauces etc. They were really easy to make and tasted superb !
     
  6. I_am_smoked_cheddar

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    Well Buggy , that sounds interesting , I shall look into that. Actually I'm more familiar with combining pre-prepared sauces to achieve a desired taste . For example : marinating chicken with a vinegar based barbecue sauce and then grilling with a thicker tomato based sauce.

    I'm truly looking for a top quality Eastern North Carolina , vinegar based , barbecue sauce recipe . It is wonderful for Pork or Chicken .

    I would also be very interested in hearing Seafood Grilling recipes/stories.
     
  7. Oski

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    What's the point of grilling it then? With all due respect
     
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    Ok

    Grilling here in Milwaukee area at the very least, you dont "grill" it...you leave the husks on and it steams it
     
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    Oski , when one grills their corn with the husk on , the corn steams in it's own moisture . If you want your corn slightly blackened , then simply leave it on the grill longer and with 40 to 45 % less of the original husk. This method requires a great degree of special attention , but the results are special too .
     
  10. Oski

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    Personally I throw it uncovered on the grill and brown it all around. Great corn shouldn't be cooked a ton anyway
     
  11. I_am_smoked_cheddar

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    Corn is international , I don't believe there is a wrong way to cook it , just different methods .
     
  12. Oski

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    Got it
     
  13. buggybill2003

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    Makes 1 1/4 cups of North Carolina barbeque sauce.

    1 cup of cider vinegar
    1 tablespoon of salt
    1 teaspoon of crushed red pepper
    1 tablespoon of brown sugar

    Mix in a bowl and allow to mesh for 4 to 8 hours before using

    Simple !!
     
  14. I_am_smoked_cheddar

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    Sounds right Buggy , Thanks I'll try it soon . Maybe with some Chicken (12 hours of marinade first).
     
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    Having lived here for a long while now..... that flavor is a more aquired taste for a northerner. It will do better on pulled pork than it will chicken, it is an almost sour taste.
     
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    Try this: Soak the corn in the husk in a pot of water for a couple hours before grilling. Remove the corn still in husk and toss it on a charcoal medium heat grill. Watch the husks as they will start to dry out and burn, if they start to blacken, turn them over, keep repeating this until the entire husk is dark brown - black. Remove from grill and remove husks and silk. Soak in melted butter and add salt. That WILL BE the best sweet corn you have ever had.
     
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    I grew up with relatives in N.C and have enjoyed many great pig pickins and Family gatherings. As well as Church socials and tailgate parties where marinated chicken simply evaporated if you did not grab early and quick. Tomato based sauces are great, but a vinegar based marinate penetrates into the meat before it's grilled. The trick is to pick a sauce that complements the marinate, and that is a matter of personal taste. Some like heat, some like spices, some like a more plain sauce.
    The point is, go to the store/buy some supplies and Just Grill Baby !
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  18. Oshkoshpackfan

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    Like I said, I have grown to like the NC flavors, it is an aquired tatse. Half hog or whole hog pig pickin's are AWESOME. We have them often in the summer at my in-laws.
     
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    My uncle had a large farm in N.C. , it was like a second home.
     
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    I LOVE to grill. My father started teaching me when I was only 14 and I am now 38. My favorite items to grill are ribs and steaks. Aplle stuffed pork chops and brin soaked and grilled chicken is also a favorite.
     
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    I've got a 10 gal. cast Iron Pot, which I use to make Brunswick Stew . I fill that pot to the brim and feed a party every October.
     
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    ribs.jpg

    The wife and I killed some baby back ribs friday night. She likes EXTRA BBQ sauce..... I don't mind, just means a few extra napkins lol.
     
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  23. buggybill2003

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    Jeez.....that looks awesome
     
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    OH, IT WAS AWESOME....!!!! so tender the meat just fell off the bone.....
     
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    just like in school, if you didnt bring enough for all, dont bring any


    Yes I know I posted a pic too, but I did have enough for all, no one showed
     
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