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A tad colder, but I did manage to get in a chicken cook for dinner last night. Both were spicy - on the left was a teriyaki (Adoboloco) and the right was mango habenero sauce (blend of Dinosaur and Melindas). Direct @ 375F over peach wood. I slashed the skin on the teriyaki one to allow it to penetrate better while marinating. 
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Merry Xmas everyone, hope you’re all having a great time with friends and family over the holidays.

We spent Xmas day at my wife’s family’s. they requested beef ribs which I’ve cooked before and they all loved them, needless to say that this time was no exception.

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Lol Jon B. Dastardly love it so does that make Basher Mutley lol .you know wacky races dick dastardly .Penelope pit stop

Now [mention=2714]Aussie Ora[/mention] has a partner in crime....sending thoughts of sandy beaches and warm winds....................... while we are freezing our toes off. 
[mention=3378]Basher[/mention] That dastardly Aussie Ora also sends pictures of sky blue waters and sandy beaches along with the descriptions of summer fun.
Have a great time!!!!!


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8 hours ago, mstang1988 said:

I don’t yet own a KK (it’s on the “maybe” column as we haven’t decided if we will build an outdoor kitchen in).  Still, I love seeing these cooks.  Passion for the food is where it’s at!  Pequod, what is the cookie sheet doing on the lower rack?  

 

That’s not a cookie sheet. That’s a baking steel. Once I reach 115 internal I remove the roast, crank the vents, then return it for a reverse sear into a beauuutiful, crusty exterior.

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I gave up using wood chips in it, as I had too much trouble keeping it lit. I've switched to pellets. You might want to give those a shot and see if you get better results. 

I put the chips into a bowl and then heat them in the microwave to blow off some steam/lower the moisture content .. They seem to smolder much better if you reduce the moisture.. at least here in humid Bali.. I think it also burns off more undesirables when drier, so a bit cleaner smoke too..

 

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Braved the 10F windchill last night to grill steaks - Denver steaks from Porter Road. I should have left them on the grill a few more minutes, as they were very rare. Still super tasty and tender though.

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Plated up steakhouse style with 2x baked spud and creamed spinach, with a nice blue cheese mushroom sauce. 

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