2012 Outdoor cooking contest - Main Dish

Paymaster

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Ok here is my entry....

Bacon,Egg and Cheese Burger:per Burger Patty
1/4-1/2 lb Ground Beef.( I like big burgers) I use 80/20
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 tablespoon diced bellpepper
Salt and Pepper to taste.
Mix all the ingredients and
Form patty
Grill over Charcoal until doneness desired.

Now, I add a fried egg, bacon and a slice of cheese to the burger on a bun. This one is with Colby Jack Cheese. Tomato, onion optional.

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QSis

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Re: First Contest of the season: Outdoor Cookoff

That is a wonderful first entry to our Outdoor Cooking contest, Paymaster!!

Lee
 

Adillo303

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Thank you paymaster. I was just wondering what I would cook this weekend. I have to mull over burgers.
 

QSis

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Leg of Lamb on a Kettle Rotisserie


Cut small slices in lamb and stuff slices with garlic and rosemary leaves. Wipe meat dry with paper towels.

Brush lamb with olive oil and season with Adobo, black pepper, whatever you like.

Prepare the kettle for indirect cooking (charcoal on both sides, with a disposable foil pan in the middle).

Cook the lamb on the spit for an hour, and check the temp. Mine took an hour and 20 minutes, and it was more well-done than I'd like.

Let rest for 15 minutes.

Delicious!

Two other single women friends chipped in with me to buy the leg of lamb, since we all love it, but it's too expensive and too much meat for just one of us!

Lee
 

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Cooksie

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That does look mighty good! I see that piece of garlic peeking out of that top slice :readytoeat:.
 

lifesaver91958

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Ok here is my entry....

Bacon,Egg and Cheese Burger:per Burger Patty
1/4-1/2 lb Ground Beef.( I like big burgers) I use 80/20
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 tablespoon diced bellpepper
Salt and Pepper to taste.
Mix all the ingredients and
Form patty
Grill over Charcoal until doneness desired.

Now, I add a fried egg, bacon and a slice of cheese to the burger on a bun. This one is with Colby Jack Cheese. Tomato, onion optional.

2B1.jpg

WOW! Looks super!
 

lifesaver91958

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Leg of Lamb on a Kettle Rotisserie


Cut small slices in lamb and stuff slices with garlic and rosemary leaves. Wipe meat dry with paper towels.

Brush lamb with olive oil and season with Adobo, black pepper, whatever you like.

Prepare the kettle for indirect cooking (charcoal on both sides, with a disposable foil pan in the middle).

Cook the lamb on the spit for an hour, and check the temp. Mine took an hour and 20 minutes, and it was more well-done than I'd like.

Let rest for 15 minutes.

Delicious!

Two other single women friends chipped in with me to buy the leg of lamb, since we all love it, but it's too expensive and too much meat for just one of us!

Lee
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Beautiful!
 

Mama

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Paymaster, your burger looks delicious!

Lee, that lamb looks sooooooo moist and tender...perfectly cooked!

I found some "Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing" at Sam's and used a bottle of it to make a marinade. I added 1/2 cup of honey to it and marinaded the shrimp for a couple of hours before grilling. It got rave reviews!
 

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QSis

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Niiiiiiiiiiiiiice, Mama!

What did you serve with the shrimp?

Lee
 

Mama

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Thanks Lee! I made twice baked potatoes, salad and homemade Italian Garlic Bread to go with it.
 

Cooksie

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Looks great, Mama! I'm going to see if our Sam's has that dressing. I've never seen it, but I've never looked.
 
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