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7 minutes ago, MacKenzie said:

Dinner looks awesome and I'm sure it tasted the same. :smt060

It was sensational!

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6 minutes ago, ckreef said:

@Flemming  great looking spin. What type of lump do you have down in there? 

 

It‘s Marabu charcoal from Cuba. Unfortunately I can’t get my hands on Dennis COCO Char here in Germany, the shipping cost alone would be around $750 and in top of that Tariffs and Vat. But I’m very happy with the Marabu, clean burn very little ashes.

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20 minutes ago, Flemming said:

It‘s Marabu charcoal from Cuba. Unfortunately I can’t get my hands on Dennis COCO Char here in Germany, the shipping cost alone would be around $750 and in top of that Tariffs and Vat. But I’m very happy with the Marabu, clean burn very little ashes.

 

I'm a big fan of Marabu. It looked like Marabu which is why I asked. I'm down to 2 bags. Hopefully it'll come back in stock soon at Fogo. 

 

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I got 200 kg = 20 full 32“ baskets so hopefully it’ll get me through most of the summer, but I was told that they are always in stock…let’s see about that 

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6 hours ago, Flemming said:

OK, Video is up, Enjoy

 

 

 

Nice video! My only critique is we were two thirds through the video before the first beer made its appearance. Otherwise, well done!    :pint:

 

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First truly hot weekend of the summer and one of the few weekends where we didn't have too much going on.  So, nothing but pool and KKQ!

Saturday, I fired up some great baby backs along with elotes (Mexican grilled corn) on the side.  Props to @SSgt93 for turning me on to Albukirky rubs - the sweet hot was the ticket!

But today was the real winner - a couple of gorgeous tomahawk ribeyes from my local butcher (Costco!).  The 2 zone capability of the 32 is awesome - steaks came out perfect.  A little quick and dirty strawberry shortcake put a bowtie on a great weekend.

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First truly hot weekend of the summer and one of the few weekends where we didn't have too much going on.  So, nothing but pool and KKQ!
Saturday, I fired up some great baby backs along with elotes (Mexican grilled corn) on the side.  Props to [mention=3374]SSgt93[/mention] for turning me on to Albukirky rubs - the sweet hot was the ticket!
But today was the real winner - a couple of gorgeous tomahawk ribeyes from my local butcher (Costco!).  The 2 zone capability of the 32 is awesome - steaks came out perfect.  A little quick and dirty strawberry shortcake put a bowtie on a great weekend.
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Looking good! Kirk of AlbuKirky makes some amazing rubs and jellies for sure. I love the Green Chile on skirt steak to make Carne Asade; simply fantastic!


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Looking good! Kirk of AlbuKirky makes some amazing rubs and jellies for sure. I love the Green Chile on skirt steak to make Carne Asade; simply fantastic!


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Nice meaty ribs

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7 hours ago, El Pescador said:

First truly hot weekend of the summer and one of the few weekends where we didn't have too much going on.  So, nothing but pool and KKQ!

Saturday, I fired up some great baby backs along with elotes (Mexican grilled corn) on the side.  Props to @SSgt93 for turning me on to Albukirky rubs - the sweet hot was the ticket!

But today was the real winner - a couple of gorgeous tomahawk ribeyes from my local butcher (Costco!).  The 2 zone capability of the 32 is awesome - steaks came out perfect.  A little quick and dirty strawberry shortcake put a bowtie on a great weekend.

 

Awesome cook!

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On 6/9/2019 at 11:29 AM, Pequod said:

Normally not a 100% grass fan either, but this steak could change my mind. 

We have a farmer near here who raises and sells Piedmontese beef. Supposedly much leaner and yet more tender and flavorful than regular beef due to a gene they carry. Seems contradictory since we’re taught fat is flavor. Been meaning to give it a go.

So, was this steak one of the Piedmontese animals?  Or do we have that pleasure to come?

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19 minutes ago, tekobo said:

So, was this steak one of the Piedmontese animals?  Or do we have that pleasure to come?

Not Piedmontese. That farmer sells only at a particular farmer's market in another county, so must schedule the trip.

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Thanks for the tip El Pescador! Hit up my Costco today to score the cowboy ribeyes. It's a Father's Day special, so folks - get to Costco NOW!! Prime grade bone-in cowboys for $12.99/lb!! I didn't see any out in the general meat section with the other Prime cuts, so I had to ask one of the butchers. Quickly 3 of them set to work on a couple of full ribeye loins, sliced them and frenched them on the spot! I came home with 3 of these beauties! So, if you don't see them in the meat counter, ask for it!

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Months ago I made some homemade lasagna pasta noodles and today was the day to try them out for the first time.

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That looks amazing, MacKenzie! 

I skated tonight. Started out having dinner under the gazebo - nice evening. I was almost done when it started to darken up and I could hear thunder not far in the distance. Grabbed up everything, covered the grill, and went inside. I had just sat down at the dining room table to finish dinner when the bottom dropped out! 

Chicken Tikka Masala with yogurt raita & toasted almonds, with turmeric coconut rice and pan sautéed green beans with za'atar.

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