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my diet is going okay, eating a lot of carbs like shrike told me too.








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A lot of carbs is an understatement.

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my diet is going okay, eating a lot of carbs like shrike told me too.

Itchy if you're gonna do it...do it all the way!

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I hope that's a "last supper" before you start eating healthy.

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my diet is going okay, eating a lot of carbs like shrike told me too.








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Did you have a beer? carb drinks with plenty of carbs & fat & gluten cancel out each other!

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Did you have a beer? carb drinks with plenty of carbs & fat & gluten cancel out each other!

lol No beer. but that would have been nice! That's what we ordered for a small christmas party.

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Itchy there is a pizza thread...

Some photos of the german brats w/ kraut for Christmas eve, and then brisket and ribs for Christmas day. Best brisket I ever made, I wish I would have gotten better photos of it but everyone wanted to eat it...










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Itchy there is a pizza thread...

Some photos of the german brats w/ kraut for Christmas eve, and then brisket and ribs for Christmas day. Best brisket I ever made, I wish I would have gotten better photos of it but everyone wanted to eat it...










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Pork butt 10 hours low and slow in the oven for Christmas Eve dinner. I made a pork 'burger' (since I put it on a bun) to eat it.




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Pork butt 10 hours low and slow in the oven for Christmas Eve dinner. I made a pork 'burger' (since I put it on a bun) to eat it.




Wow there terry, that's too much goodness in one post, you must split the post in two for old people who have epileptic rib viewing disorder

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Wow there terry, that's too much goodness in one post, you must split the post in two for old people who have epileptic rib viewing disorder

Thats not my post...

This is... @TheShrikes smoked turkey again for Christmas 2.0 this weekend with wife's family...





23 lb smoked turkey, roasted asparagus wrapped in bacon, big ball of foil is a honey ham. This turkey receipe is the best I have ever cooked or eaten. The 24 hr brine really makes it super moist and makes it hard to dry out.

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Pork butt 10 hours low and slow in the oven for Christmas Eve dinner. I made a pork 'burger' (since I put it on a bun) to eat it.




That looks awesome. I have a new pork butt receipe that I want to do to make some pulled pork sandwiches with.

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Two of the best BBQ youtube channels:

https://www.youtube.com/user/howtobbqright
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And where is this?

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Just went here and it was good. I know you can't really see the burger but it was worth the trip to check out a new place close by.

Bacon was cooked crispy, egg roll was soft, burger was juicy, fried onion toppings were crunchy, bbq sauce, and cheddar.


here's probably a better representation of the burger from someone else on the web


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I loved Smash Burgers, they built one near me a while back used to hit it up often till I moved farther away from it.

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Cooking this sometime this week...


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Cooking this sometime this week...


For your next cook try ordering some of this pork. It is more expensive but I've tried it on my smoker and it is superior.

Compart Duroc Premium Pork Products

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For my "famous lamb burgers"

1. I use scraps of very fatty lamb (as most of the flavour comes from the fat) and slow roast for 4-5 hours sealed in foil. I used to do this with a cast iron pot on a gas ring set on bare minimum (as its a lot of wasted energy in an oven for a small thing). The sealed parcel of lamb and foil raised on a tray inside the pot so it does not burn.

Basically your making the caramelised burnt super-lamby bits on the end of a lamb roast. Yum.. It may be possible/easier to slow fry instead like making crunchy bacon - low and slow..

Smash it all together in a mortar and pestle until you have a blackish brown near paste of fat and burnt meat. Taste of course, if its badly burned its junk.

2. Get LEAN lamb steak filet and using a small sharp knife open it like a pork steak so its as wide & thin as possible. A sheet of meat. Alternatively put lean mince on a greased baking parchment sheet & roll it flat.

3. Spread the crunchy lamb / part paste as evenly as possible (quite thin) and carefully roll it. I have mixed it with breadcrumbs a couple of times if it was too liquid.

Put crosses of thin metal skewers or cocktail sticks (if you don't burn them), through each slice to hold it together. Cut the roll so its like a strudel or cinnamon roll? each slice about an inch thick with a spiral of super flavor in the middle.

See this for the general idea: Rolled Breast of Lamb Recipe - Great British Chefs (or just cook this instead haha)

Pan fry each 'burger' carefully in sunflower oil, real butter or other, not veg oil as it has a strong flavor. If the lamb filet is good, medium-rare is ideal.

After that overly elaborate stage its down to dressing.
Rosemary yogurt, maybe fresh mint, fresh ketchup (another recipe) or super thinly sliced mature cheddar etc?

As a variation I did not use the lamb meat paste and used some fat with garlic. Its all about the texture when you bite in.

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4lb pork butt, 4 hour smoke at 225/250. Off to rest now for an hour and then will shred for pulled pork sandwiches...

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Your new recipe?

Do you take the internal temperature? I always stick a probe in to make sure it gets to 195 to 200 or so internal temperature.

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Your new recipe?

Do you take the internal temperature? I always stick a probe in to make sure it gets to 195 to 200 or so internal temperature.

Yep, I aim for 200.

Next one I do I gotta get more black pepper and kosher salt.

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Yep, I aim for 200.

Next one I do I gotta get more black pepper and kosher salt.

Butts can take a lot of seasoning. Don't be shy with it.

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Butts can take a lot of seasoning. Don't be shy with it.

It tasted great. But next one I will rub like I do a brisket and try and get the good dark bark. I think I wrapped a little too early, should have given it another 30 mins to an hour in the open.

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It tasted great. But next one I will rub like I do a brisket and try and get the good dark bark. I think I wrapped a little too early, should have given it another 30 mins to an hour in the open.

That pic of mine earlier was without wrapping. This is the first one we never wrapped. Turned out fine.

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That pic of mine earlier was without wrapping. This is the first one we never wrapped. Turned out fine.

Yeah next time I might for go the wrapping. I will also get a bigger piece of meat. But hey it tasted great!

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Yeah next time I might for go the wrapping. I will also get a bigger piece of meat. But hey it tasted great!

That's all that matters.

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Yeah next time I might for go the wrapping. I will also get a bigger piece of meat. But hey it tasted great!

Since cooking and resting time are never exact there is a trick you can use to hold butts until you're ready to eat. Once it gets to your desired cook temp, wrap it in several layers of foil and then wrap that with a few old towels you don't care about and put it in a sealed cooler. That'll keep it hot and out of the danger zone for hours and really lets the meat relax and get super tender. This way you can just cook it ahead of company and not have to worry about it and just unwrap it when you're ready to eat.

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Since cooking and resting time are never exact there is a trick you can use to hold butts until you're ready to eat. Once it gets to your desired cook temp, wrap it in several layers of foil and then wrap that with a few old towels you don't care about and put it in a sealed cooler. That'll keep it hot and out of the danger zone for hours and really lets the meat relax and get super tender. This way you can just cook it ahead of company and not have to worry about it and just unwrap it when you're ready to eat.

That is what I've been doing. I got a cooler and some towels just for BBQ. I use it to rest the meat until it is time to eat. I also use it to hold anything that I might brine overnight.

I am looking into getting an injector next. I have a large off set wood smoker a friend is gonna sell me cheap, should get that next month. That way I can get away from the charcoal.

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That is what I've been doing. I got a cooler and some towels just for BBQ. I use it to rest the meat until it is time to eat. I also use it to hold anything that I might brine overnight.

I am looking into getting an injector next. I have a large off set wood smoker a friend is gonna sell me cheap, should get that next month. That way I can get away from the charcoal.

Check this thing out. It's out of stock on Malcolm's site but it should be back in soon. It's a great injector.



If you're getting a good price on the smoker that's great but keep in mind for longer cooks you'll have to tend that thing to keep your temps consistent throughout the cook. For some people that's the fun of it but for me I just wanna eat the end product. I don't wanna babysit a whole brisket for 18 hours. That's why I went with something like the Rec Tec that has the PID controller. Just set the temp and walk away. Something to think about if you really get into this hobby.

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That's why I went with something like the Rec Tec that has the PID controller. Just set the temp and walk away. Something to think about if you really get into this hobby.

The wife and I got this for each other for Christmas - "SMOKIN-IT" Smoker Model #2

I've only used it about 3 times but I'm thinking of modifying it with a PID controller (they sell a kit). The analog control has a little too much swing for my tastes. But I'm loving the food it puts out!

It's not a huge smoker, but there's only two of us.

I smoked an 18 lb turkey for Christmas (got a before pic but not after) and that's about all that will fit in this one.

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An action movie-style advertisement campaign to promote Australian lamb has angered vegans who call it "discriminatory"

Hahaha. As a teenager I had a vegan friend, with a vegan kitten.. that I always wanted to rescue.. Sad sad kitten.


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here is a good site for all things BBQ. A lot of good information & excellent recipes.
BBQ Ribs Recipes, Barbecue Recipes, Grilling Techniques, Baby Back Ribs, Barbeque Spareribs, Outdoor Cooking, Rating Grills and Smokers

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Yeah. I've had that in my favorites for awhile, and cooked my last pork butt according to their instructions.

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Yeah. I've had that in my favorites for awhile, and cooked my last pork butt according to their instructions.

tried the roast beef & beef rib roast recipes. awesome! I'm going to give this burger technique a try once I get my grill going..


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tried the roast beef & beef rib roast recipes. awesome! I'm going to give this burger technique a try once I get my grill going..


Congrats on your red coat...

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Congrats on your red coat...

Thanks!

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Clem's BBQ in Belton, TX. Brisket, Ribs, Potato Salad, Beans, and Pecan Pie/Ice Cream for a late Saturday lunch with my grandfather.





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I call this the Chili-Chile Burger. Before I put the cheese on the two patties, I put green chiles on the patties, then put the cheese on and melt it, and chili on the bun. Slap yo' mama good. And messy.





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Ok guys, I get it. All you need to do - it's to provide a small research. Just take a look- so, did you know that a side of caterpillars has 28 grams of protein and is packed with iron and vitamins B1 and B3? And this is about the same protein level in an equivalent portion of lean beef, but the beef comes up way short in iron and vitamin levels 2. Can you believe it? Eating 1/2 cup of ants provides 14 grams of protein and 48 grams of calcium! Yeear, that's it!

Ok that is great that you enjoy eating bugs.

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Burger time. Sometimes you just need a fried beef patty seasoned with salt and pepper for lunch.

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I like the idea of general tso's pizza and/or slices of egg roll on it as well x-)

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I like the idea of general tso's pizza and/or slices of egg roll on it as well x-)

I know we gotta fig a way to do that...

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Thought this one was worthy of this thread fellas....only in New Brunswick.

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Ribs, bacon jalapeno wraps, beef and seafood kabobs (bacon wrapped scallops and shrimp), burgers and more!







Ribs were perfect, bones fell right out. Kabobs were great, just a long prep time.

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I want something I have not had in a while.. I want something special, something that will really hit the spot.. I want the perfect food...


I need someone to feed me like Simon's cat...


Time to get a housekeeper who can cook..

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I spotted these three posters near my home, photographed them and just got around to putting them onto one image.

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For chicken burgers of course

I read this really excellent article on homemade fried chicken.

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2 cokes, 1 fresh grapefruit & coconut, 3 slider burgers + home cooked chips, cheddar cheeseburger (medium, meat great quality with no enzymes) and fries all for.. $15 bucks including tip. I always get a basic cheeseburger the first time at a "gourmet" burger place.

Expensive neighborhood, great decor and leather seats. Suck it Florida

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Making these for my lunch real soon, simple is good. Sometimes I think one of the happiest times of my life was when I set up a burger stand in Luang Prabang, Laos. It was just 5 days helping a local get a Farang-friendly business going. I called it The Smoking Cow (in French though). Fetche la Vache!

I read a study which showed the smell of cooking meat deeply calms men, perhaps it was my burger spa.

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Fantastic news for burger lovers.

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Brisket is Texas BBQ.

You have one of the best in the country there in Austin, Franklin BBQ. I want some of his brisket before my life is over. : )

I would also like to try Salt Lick.

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You have one of the best in the country there in Austin, Franklin BBQ. I want some of his brisket before my life is over. : )

I would also like to try Salt Lick.

https://www.thrillist.com/eat/austin/local-bbq-experts-in-austin-picks-for-best-barbecue

Both are great. Franklin is a great guy and some good bbq, but not worth standing in line 2 hours for. Maybe once, but not twice. Lol.

There are plenty of good hole in the wall BBQ places across the state.

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For her birthday, I took my daughter out to a popular local burger joint run by a very fussy owner/chef. We had to wait for over an hour, while he personally squeezed the lemons for the lemonade, cut the potatoes and onions for fries, and generally did everything in the most meticulous manner.

The burgers are 100% Kobe beef, ground, cooked on a griddle with various toppings. I prefer the blue cheese with Jalopeno combination.

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Forgot to post these. Burgers at Jaspers Cafe in Medford, Oregon. Drove 2300 miles for burger. Well worth it.

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Texas A&M researches say beef brisket has health benefits - Houston Chronicle

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A new burger in my local charcoal cooked burger place Barbacoa.

Southern fried chicken breast (real), something that seems like crispy bean spouts but tastes of onion? not sure what it is, fat slice of green tomato, cheese and crispy bacon plus excellent battered wedges + coke.. for just $8 including tip in an expensive area.

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Should have never clicked on this thread- now I've got to get my lazy ass off the sofa and fire up the grill- thanks!

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Should have never clicked on this thread- now I've got to get my lazy ass off the sofa and fire up the grill- thanks!

Get your lazy ass to Barbacoa haha.

Today my GF tried the Kentucky cloud, I had the Molotov "hot as hell". Chile and jalapeno guacamole. Not that hot really but Colombians are wimps.

The wedges make the burgers look small, they are the size of bananas.

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Here is the Fox Bros. "Burger" from Fox Bros. BBQ in Atlanta. Chopped Brisket topped with bacon, tomato, red onion, pickles, melted pimento cheese and jalapeño mayo on a buttered, toasted brioche bun (I don't get the tomato). And awesome tater tots.


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My lunch today.

Not so bad you think.. but those jalapenos were barely pickled, very fresh and the green stuff on the bun was hot too then the chopped tomato dish thing had lots of peppercorns.

Ringburner Burger. I finally found something as hot as the women here.


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BOTM

Burger porn via @wldman.

I am glad they updated their website.

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Burger porn via @wldman.

I am glad they updated their website.

Kuma's Corner Locations and Hours of Operation

I must complain about this torture really. They have no branch in Medellin. BOTM: Murder Capital ??

I have to show this to my local Barbacoa burgers, we have to up their game.

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Kuma's Corner Locations and Hours of Operation

I must complain about this torture really. They have no branch in Medellin. BOTM: Murder Capital ??

One day @srgtroy, @Itchymoku, and I will meet @wldman there. One day.

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When Gary was in town we went to Johnnies Beef. I think mostly because he had children with. The guy I'd most like to treat to Kuma's is @Big Mike but he'd have to make an exception to his regular routine.

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There are at least two Kuma's, but Columbia might take some time. The murder capital seems to be deserved here, but it is misleading.

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There are at least two Kuma's, but Columbia might take some time. The murder capital seems to be deserved here, but it is misleading.

It is misleading, Medellin these days is a paradise compared to much of the world. But it was the murder capital of the world in the 80s/90s so at least people think I'm a tough nut to live here haha. Scariest thing in my life is my weekly cleaner, she is a terror.

Perhaps one day a meeting halfway between Ecuador and the US can be arranged My new place (work in progress) is an old small cinema conversion. Its not huge but it has a cute diner style eating area with a few booths and a fry cook kitchen. Full of crap and scary spiders at the moment but I hope to get it back in its 1950s style glory in the next year or so.

Then we open Kuma-Kolombia... delicious "Murder Capital" burgers..mmmmm argh!!

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The pimento cheeseburger at OK Cafe in Atlanta. I add jalapeños even though it is jalapeño pimento cheese.



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