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BalconySmoken

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BalconySmoken last won the day on February 16

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About BalconySmoken

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  • Birthday 09/11/1977

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    Singapore
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    Exercising enough to eat what I want

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  1. BalconySmoken

    Year of the pig: first covert low and slow: RIBs

    Looking forward to seeing how yours turn out! I hope they are awesome Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. BalconySmoken

    Year of the pig: first covert low and slow: RIBs

    Also I forgot to add: security came up to my condo to complain about something (some BS about my dog) during the smoke but I didn’t let them come completely in. They didn’t suspect a thing and the air was thick with goodness at that point. The condo smokehouse is going to be all right I think
  3. BalconySmoken

    Year of the pig: first covert low and slow: RIBs

    Thanks! I haven’t had ribs in so long (18 months at least), it made them extra tasty. I do now have the meat sweats though
  4. So I have finally had the chance to get into the meat I brought back from home. The wife wanted pork ribs so I was able to deliver first step is obviously some home made bbq sauce. After I lived in Texas I prefer the “no sauce no forks” policy, but I need to make the boss happy which will hopefully prevent any further sh#t burger incidents I made a mesquite smoke burrito I tried out this wild cherry rub. I dry brined it for a few hours before this. cooktime was about 4.5 hours at 225 ~ looking pretty good now paired it with my daughters favourite spuds (mash made with butter, cream, salt and chives) and a token salad with ranch it was pretty tasty if I do say so myself. Sh#t burger is now a distant memory. “Gong hei fat choy” everybody look at the goodness again
  5. BalconySmoken

    Bacon turned out great

    I just finished dinner and this has made me hungry again: yum
  6. BalconySmoken

    I just ate a Sh#t burger

    You know it! More so for round 2 as I knew what was coming. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. BalconySmoken

    I just ate a Sh#t burger

    I bloody hope not; I may be on the couch with the dog. Having said that, her dinner looks better than what I just had Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. BalconySmoken

    I just ate a Sh#t burger

    I agree - chuck is good, shoulder is my favourite Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. BalconySmoken

    I just ate a Sh#t burger

    I just completed a meal that I now need to pretend I enjoyed thoroughly; we have all been there I am sure. The KK has its limits: I have discovered this tonight (I didn’t expect it to perform anything here;this is all my fault and I should have predicted this). The expression sh#t burger must have come from a similar origin. you can cook or you can’t; my Wife falls into the second category but likes to try. I got caught off guard this morning when she offered to make burgers and I would grill them for her: I think I was suffering heat exhaustion or something as this is one of her “special” recipes I try to avoid like a handgrenade dipped in aids. anyway: I thought I would share: recipe: who knows what the hell she put in Aside from really expensive ground beef and pork.i am pretty sure there was some flour or some crap, they looked like chicken before they went on the grill. the buns were hand crafted by her in the oven: I have no photos of these as they turned out like soggy cardboard (I am not sure how that is even possible). the worst thing about all of this is that she made enough I have to grill tomorrow again. Don’t fall into this trap: I am in a lose lose situation but it is a good reminder to keep her out of the kitchen and away from my grill. the beers were bloody awesome though
  10. BalconySmoken

    Lazy sunday poolside steak

    Singapore don’t have many local brews so a benefit is the craft beer is sourced from all over the world. Damn expensive but I get to try all sorts of stuff I wouldn’t otherwise. Not too many aussie ones here, mainly pirate life and occasionally some really small places I forget the names of (Perth or Adelaide locals). They had two birds for a while but that is done now (I think that one is from Balmain in Sydney) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. BalconySmoken

    Lazy sunday poolside steak

    I am in a condo - so they live about 1ft from me (thick walls) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. BalconySmoken

    Lazy sunday poolside steak

    The beer scene in Singapore is strange; they have sort of got on to the craft beer train but not really. There is a craft beer store (thirsty for anybody living here) that have an eclectic mix and they sell a couple of heretics. This one is easily me favourite - they have the “juicer than you” and “make America juicy” too. They are just damn expensive! The bloke who owns thirsty just opened a craft beer pub (American tap house) I need to check it out; they have a great rhetorical offer now: you take a receipt from thirsty to the bar and get 10% off and then you take the receipt from the bar to the shop and get 10% off - there is no limit on laps! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. BalconySmoken

    Lazy sunday poolside steak

    We had dinner with the neighbours down at the pool. I cooked up the steaks made from the off cut of the fillet I brought home. This grill ceases to amaze me
  14. BalconySmoken

    My first pizza

    I agree with this too - jazzy gets the leftovers Maeve won’t eat. Although I wouldn’t call jazzy a lethal weapon - maybe a distraction for the burglar as she rolls over looking for a belly rub from her new Friend. I have to cut back on the leftovers now though - she expects them now is getting pretty annoying at dinner time! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. BalconySmoken

    My first pizza

    I agree - nothings starts a day better than a pizza, well maybe a steak tops it but not by much. I made an extra pizza just to Ensure I had a full one the next day! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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