How about a BBQ

Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by rebel, May 19, 2007.

  1. rebel

    rebel New Member

    Who likes to BBQ? I have a big green egg, and I love to get together with friends and family and cook out. I like butts, chicken and ribs . Anyone interested in sharing recipes, I love to try new things. A good friend of mine just placed in a competition grilling chicken wings. He uses lemon juice, vinegar and Tony Chacheres. Just mix it together and mop on while grilling. They are wonderful. Looking forward to your comments.
     
  2. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Good idea rebel, but this topic probably belongs in the "Life After Brown" area.
     
  3. BLACKBOX

    BLACKBOX Life is a Highway...

    Whats's Tony Chacheres?? I get a kick out of watching that guy grill on "BBQ University". Since I got my HD TV, food programs have become a favorite pastime including Rachel Ray....hamana hamana hamana!
     
  4. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    "I have a big green egg"

    Maybe I'm tired, but what does that mean???
     
  5. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

  6. rebel

    rebel New Member

    The Big Green Egg is a smoker grill. Search it on google, they are fun to cook with.
     
  7. rebel

    rebel New Member

     
  8. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    up here in Ontario theres a company called leadbetter meats,
    and they sell these amazing pre marinated steaks that are impossible to ruin.I`ve been told on several occaisions that
    they were possibly the best steak our guests had ever eaten.
    Best babequed...cowboy steaks they call them...with a dry
    red wine its a mouth symphony...add mushrooms onions and potatoes and its a complete musical...76 trombones,110 coronets,etc
     
  9. Ms Spoken

    Ms Spoken New Member

    We have a Holland Smoker Grill that is wonderful. There is no direct flame and I would buy another one tomorrow if something went wrong with the one we have. I will be smoking a pork loin tomorrow that should take up to three hours to cook but, well worth the wait.
     
  10. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks More and Rebel.
     
  11. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    I agree but its becoming quite obvious that people post here in the ups discussians first because they are more likley to get a faster and more varied response to thier topic...
    maybe there should be a new option halfway between ups discussions and life after brown...how about "outside ups"?
    Do you like the idea?
     
  12. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    Whoa rebel !! I can't believe you dissed me for my suggestion that your post should not be under UPS discussions.

    I'm stunned. :blush:
     
  13. over9five

    over9five Moderator Staff Member

    "I can't believe you dissed me.."


    I MUST be tired! Where'd he dis you, More?
     
  14. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

    He voted a negative rep. on me
     
  15. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    yea more...no dis on this thread that I can see
     
  16. rebel

    rebel New Member

    It is what it is. A lot of the guys in my center like to grill, just thought someone else that works for UPS might also.
     
  17. DS

    DS Fenderbender

    relax more she/he`s new,you will win him/her over
     
  18. rebel

    rebel New Member

    I didnt see where you had anything to say about the World Series predictions.
     
  19. scratch

    scratch Least Best Moderator Staff Member

    Rebel, you have got my attention. Boston butts, (actually the pig shoulder), are the way to go in my part of the world. Cover with a dry rub,(rubbing those butts is a big joke), wrap in foil, and throw them in a smoker all day. Hickory is preferred around here, the flavor soaks in the first 3-4 hours. Use a meat thermometer, when it hits about 180-190 degrees, its done. I spray a little apple juice on it after a while. This is an all day affair, depending on the size of the cut. Sauces are another story. I prefer a apple vinegar base over the sweet molasses type. While you got the smoker going, throw on a whole chicken or sausage to eat for another meal.

    Next month my Sunday school class does our annual BBQ as a fundraiser. We use Dale Earnhardt's trailer mounted smoker to smoke 45 butts and feed 500 people. There's four of us who stay up all Saturday night doing this, its a lot of fun. BBQ is serious business down here.:thumbup1:
     
  20. 10thLetter

    10thLetter New Member

    rebel
    It's not worth working if you can't go home and grill something. I love my Weber One-touch but I only use Green Egg harwood oak. Nice pure flavor to the food. You can't buy anything like what you can grill up.