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Old 06-15-2011, 04:08 PM   #21
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Wow, this thread... is so full of WIN!

I must get an egg. I do love my kettle, but I have egg envy. Also, I feel compelled to grill EVERY WEEKEND. I am open to grilling almost anything. Sometimes I just get the coals hot and go through the fridge looking for stuff to throw on there. Almost as bad as brewing.

i'm the same way man. i have a new baby, so brewing has been pushed back quite a bit. hopefully in the next year or so i'll be able to get back on it. in the meantime, i'm a grilling fool. i also will throw anyhing on a grill. hahaha.


















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Old 06-15-2011, 04:23 PM   #22
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Well, I'm not nearly the photographer (or smoker) as you guys, but here are a few pics from last thanksgiving's smoke:

Some Sweet Onion Pies


what is a sweet onion pie?

One of the Fatties
and what is in the middle?

they look awsome!


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Old 06-15-2011, 04:25 PM   #23
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that was the first time i used any corn starch on the wings and they came out with CRISPY skin, just like the fried ones i remember and loved from when i lived in memphis.
please to explain, sir. the wings look great. i wanna give em a go soon.
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Old 06-15-2011, 05:48 PM   #24
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please to explain, sir. the wings look great. i wanna give em a go soon.
i rubbed them down the night before and about two hours before i put them on the grill, indirect at 325, i sprinkled cornstarch on them and shook them up to coat them evenly. it was really inexact as far as measurments go. i had three dozen drummettes and i basically opened the cornstarch and sprinkled (guessing) 1/4 cup on them.

i had remembered reading about it on a grilling forum, but had never tried it and didn't remember any particular measurments, so i just winged (pun intended) it.
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cool. i'll try that next time i grab a bag o wings from the store.
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This is unbelievable meat porn. Is that grilled avocado? I know what I'm doing tonight
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Old 06-15-2011, 06:12 PM   #27
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This is unbelievable meat porn. Is that grilled avocado? I know what I'm doing tonight
olive oil, salt and pepper, yes, those are avocados. highly recommended.
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and what is in the middle?

they look awsome!


That one is a pizza fatty...Italian sausage, filled with pepperoni, grilled onions & bell peppers, pizza sauce, and mozzarella.


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what is a sweet onion pie?
Just what you'd think...the filling is made from sweet onions. It's sometimes called Vidalia Onion Pie, or Maui Onion Pie. It's really more of a quiche than a pie, but real men don't put quiche on their smokers. There's a great pictorial here: Maui Onion Pies on the Egg.
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Yum!!!
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the pizza fatty is awesome.


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