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Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble

EGGARY

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  1. Trying to clean out the Pantry and I have a few Rubs that are probably beyond their due date. How long do you keep your Rubs ? Do you toss them if they are past their Due Date ? HAPPY NEW YEAR !
  2. Smoked Bourbon Chicken 7 SEASON 8 MAIN COURSES CHICKEN GRILLING & BARBECUE This combination sounded perfect. All we had to do was figure out how to infuse smoke and bourbon flavors while keeping the chicken from drying out. SERVES4 TIME2¼ hours, plus 20 minutes resting SEASON 8Break Out the Bourbon HAS VIDEO Watch our test cook make this recipe from start to finish. WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Cooking the marinade was the first essential step to getting the most flavor compounds into our chicken. Slashing the chickens also allowed for better penetration of the marinade flavors before grilling. Splitting our chickens into halves a... Read More PRINT SAVE TRY THIS RECOMMENDED COOKING COURSE JERK CHICKEN GATHER YOUR INGREDIENTS 1 ¼ CUPS BOURBON 1 ¼ CUPS soy sauce ½ CUP packed brown sugar 1 SHALLOT, MINCED 4 GARLIC CLOVES, MINCED 2 TEASPOONS PEPPER 2 (3 1/2- TO 4-POUND) whole chickens, GIBLETS DISCARDED 1 CUP WOOD CHIPS 4 (12-INCH) WOODEN SKEWERS VIEW INGREDIENTS KEY EQUIPMENT Chimney Starters * BEFORE YOU BEGIN USE A BOURBON YOU’D BE HAPPY DRINKING. USE ALL THE BASTING LIQUID IN STEP 5. 1 INSTRUCTIONS BRING BOURBON, SOY SAUCE, SUGAR, SHALLOT, GARLIC, AND PEPPER TO BOIL IN MEDIUM SAUCEPAN OVER MEDIUM-HIGH HEAT AND COOK FOR 1 MINUTE. REMOVE FROM HEAT AND LET COOL COMPLETELY. SET ASIDE 3/4 CUP BOURBON MIXTURE FOR BASTING CHICKEN. (BOURBON MIXTURE CAN BE REFRIGERATED UP TO 3 DAYS IN ADVANCE.) 2 WITH CHICKENS BREAST SIDE DOWN, USING KITCHEN SHEARS, CUT THROUGH BONES ON BOTH SIDES OF BACKBONES; DISCARD BACKBONES. FLIP CHICKENS OVER AND, USING CHEF’S KNIFE, SPLIT CHICKENS IN HALF LENGTHWISE THROUGH CENTERS OF BREASTBONES. CUT 1/2-INCH-DEEP SLITS ACROSS BREASTS, THIGHS, AND LEGS, ABOUT 1/2 INCH APART. TUCK WINGTIPS BEHIND BACKS. DIVIDE CHICKEN HALVES BETWEEN TWO 1-GALLON ZIPPER-LOCK BAGS AND DIVIDE REMAINING BOURBON MIXTURE BETWEEN BAGS. SEAL BAGS, TURN TO DISTRIBUTE MARINADE, AND REFRIGERATE FOR AT LEAST 1 HOUR OR UP TO 24 HOURS, FLIPPING OCCASIONALLY. 3 JUST BEFORE GRILLING, SOAK WOOD CHIPS IN WATER FOR 15 MINUTES, THEN DRAIN. USING LARGE PIECE OF HEAVY-DUTY ALUMINUM FOIL, WRAP SOAKED CHIPS IN FOIL PACKET AND CUT SEVERAL VENT HOLES IN TOP. REMOVE CHICKEN HALVES FROM MARINADE AND PAT DRY WITH PAPER TOWELS; DISCARD MARINADE. INSERT 1 SKEWER LENGTHWISE THROUGH THICKEST PART OF BREAST DOWN THROUGH THIGH OF EACH CHICKEN HALF. 4 FOR A CHARCOAL GRILL: OPEN BOTTOM VENT HALFWAY. LIGHT LARGE CHIMNEY STARTER FILLED WITH CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES (6 QUARTS). WHEN TOP COALS ARE PARTIALLY COVERED WITH ASH, POUR INTO STEEPLY BANKED PILE AGAINST SIDE OF GRILL. PLACE WOOD CHIP PACKET ON COALS. SET COOKING GRATE IN PLACE, COVER, AND OPEN LID VENT HALFWAY. HEAT GRILL UNTIL HOT AND WOOD CHIPS ARE SMOKING, ABOUT 5 MINUTES. FOR A GAS GRILL: REMOVE COOKING GRATE AND PLACE WOOD CHIP PACKET DIRECTLY ON PRIMARY BURNER. SET GRATE IN PLACE, TURN ALL BURNERS TO HIGH, COVER, AND HEAT GRILL UNTIL HOT AND WOOD CHIPS ARE SMOKING, ABOUT 15 MINUTES. LEAVE PRIMARY BURNER ON HIGH AND TURN OFF OTHER BURNERS. (ADJUST PRIMARY BURNER AS NEEDED TO MAINTAIN GRILL TEMPERATURE BETWEEN 350 TO 375 DEGREES.) 5 CLEAN AND OIL COOKING GRATE. PLACE CHICKEN HALVES SKIN SIDE UP ON COOLER SIDE OF GRILL WITH LEGS POINTING TOWARD FIRE. COVER AND COOK, BASTING EVERY 15 MINUTES WITH RESERVED BOURBON MIXTURE, UNTIL BREASTS REGISTER 160 DEGREES AND THIGHS REGISTER 175 DEGREES, 75 TO 90 MINUTES, SWITCHING PLACEMENT OF CHICKEN HALVES AFTER 45 MINUTES. (ALL OF BOURBON MIXTURE SHOULD BE USED.) TRANSFER CHICKEN TO CARVING BOARD, TENT LOOSELY WITH FOIL, AND LET REST FOR 20 MINUTES. CARVE AND SERVE.
  3. I am trying this Recipe today. I hope this works as I am curious about the taste.
  4. Ranch-Rubbed Pork Ribs 9 Reviews Save Recipe Level: Easy Total: 3 hr 30 min Active: 30 min Yield: 4 servings Share This Recipe Ingredients Deselect All Ranch Rub: 1/2 cup buttermilk powder (found in the baking aisle) 1 tablespoon dried parsley 2 teaspoons dried chives 2 teaspoons dried dill 2 teaspoons garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion flakes 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper Ribs: 2 racks pork baby back ribs or spareribs Pickle juice, for spritzing Add to Shopping ListView Shopping List Directions WATCH Watch how to make this recipe. Prepare a grill for indirect heat. If using a charcoal grill, build the hot coals on one side only. If using a gas grill, heat one side only to medium-high heat. Place a pan filled with about 1 cup of water next to the coals for additional moisture. For the ranch rub: Combine all the ingredients in a medium bowl and mix well. For the ribs: Using a dry towel for grip, peel the membrane (silver skin) off the bone side of the ribs and discard. Generously season both sides of the ribs with the ranch rub. Place the ribs bone-side down over indirect heat, cover the grill down and cook until the internal temperature of the ribs reaches 140 degrees F, about 1 hour. Wrap the ribs in aluminum foil and continue to cook for another hour. Take the ribs out of the foil and put back onto the grill, still bone-side down. Spritz with pickle juice, cover the grill and continue to cook until the bones start to pull away from the meat, another hour or so. Check the ribs by flipping a rack over so the bones are facing up. Press your finger on the meat between the bones. If there is some give and the meat starts separating from the bone, they are ready. If not, continue cooking for another 30 to 45 minutes. Remove the ribs from the grill, cut into 1-bone pieces and pile onto a platter to serve! (Alternatively, you can bake the ribs in a 300 degrees F oven for 3 to
  5. Nice idea of putting the Bottom Grill on the Top Grill. Are you using something to diffuse the heat or just direct ? Thanks for the idea.
  6. EGGARY

    Short Ribs

    I know there isn't a Right or Wrong answer to this question. Yesterday I picked up some Short Ribs at Costco. There are 4 plates of Short Ribs with 3 bones on each. Plan on cooking one tomorrow and vacuum pack the other 3. When cooking/smoking Short Ribs, do you cook them whole or do you cut them cook them separately. I grant you, it will make it easier to vacuum pack the Ribs if cut separately. All I know, it's going to be a fun cook tomorrow. Thanks. Gary
  7. I have done Rib Roasts before on the KK. I am doing one tonight but am going to first start it in the oven at 500* for 15 minutes, then put it in the KK to cook and slightly smoke. After the initial cook in the oven, what is the ideal temp to cook in the KK ? Thank you.
  8. First of all you have a very smart wife. She knows a good thing when she sees it. Remember, she married you. Is there "work" involved ? Why look at it as work ?! Putting Charcoal in the Charcoal basket can't be that hard. Then lighting it with what a lot of use is a MAPP Torch, opening the Bottom and Top Vents. Yes your hands will get dirty from the Charcoal but washing hands is all it takes. We enjoy cooking on our KK's. The color of your Gas Grill is probably the color of Aluminum. Where as the KK's come if various colored Tiles. So every time you light up your KK, you also enjoy looking at it as well. The KK is a very sufficient. It keeps its set temp. You will be making a wise choice.
  9. I have seen a few videos on YouTube cooking a Rib Roast at 500* for 5 minutes a pound and then turning off the Oven and letting the Roast sit in the oven for 2 hours. Is there a way to do the same cook in the KK ? I know the KK will get Heat Soaked and at 500*, the KK will not be coming down for some time and the Rib Roast will get over cooked at 2 hours. Would a lower temp work and if so, any ideas at what temp ? Also plan on using a pan as I want to make an Au Jus. Thanks.
  10. Years ago I had printed an article on cooking chicken up to 148 from Thermopen. The idea was cooking the chicken up to 148 and then then let it stay at 148* the chicken will be safe to eat. I tried it with a Chicken Breast. The temp reached 148 and I let it go in the KK for additional 8 minutes. The dome cook was at 280. I took off the breast and let it sit for 5 minutes. The temperature of the chicken went up to 151. The Chicken Breast was cooked perfectly to my liking. It was very moist. I just wonder if doing the same way when cooking a whole chicken and doing the same way will the Thighs be cooked enough to be safe to eat. And I am not a big fan of eating chicken breasts.
  11. Am I missing something? Is the Smoke Generator used for Cold Smoking or is this a new Accessory ?
  12. When baking Sourdough in the KK, is there no need for a Dutch Oven since the KK creates its own moisture ? That's how I do it in the oven, with a DO.
  13. I have a customer who just got a Plasma Cutter. When I saw what it can do, I thought of a Flat Grill Top for the KK. I would do a Half. I know Stainless Steel would be best but it might be a bit pricey. So would steel be ok ? I feel 1/4 might be too thin. Would 3/8 be ideal ? My concern with steel is rust. Thanks.
  14. That would work well to make Shwarma or Picana. Just have to figure out how to get a pan to fit underneath to collect the juice. I am in. Please for the 32" as well.
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