GALS Entries in the Outdoor Cooking/Grilling/Smoking Throwdown

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Mama

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Grilled buffalo wings:


1 cup of Franks Red hot sauce
1 stick of butter
1 tsp of minced garlic
1 tsp. of onion flakes
3 tablespoons of light brown sugar
1 tablespoon of worcestershire sauce

I put everything in a saucepan, brought it to a boil and cooked it for about 2 minutes. I covered the sauce and set it aside until the wings were about 10 minutes from being done. I dipped them in the sauce and returned to the grill and continued grilling on low until the wings were done.
 

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mhend

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Ok, here is my entry. I used Keltin's technique of using indirect heat to cook a meatloaf on the grill. I am still very new at this, but I gotta say that is the best meatloaf I have ever had in my life. I can't remember who said it in another post, but I agree: Keltin is a grilling GOD. :agree:





 

Keltin

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Awesome job mhend!! :clap:

That meatloaf looks lovely. Did you have any left for sandwiches?
 

Cooksie

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Yum on that meatloaf, mhend :applause:. I'm so glad that you jumped in and decided to play.
 

lilbopeep

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WOW!! All your food looks fantastic!!

I am having BBQ difficulties!! I am afraid the bottom will drop out of my cheapo grill and burn my deck down!! LOL We need to get a better one but can't for a few weeks so I may not be able to participate. :sad: :sorry:

When does this challenge end?
 

Cooksie

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WOW!! All your food looks fantastic!!

I am having BBQ difficulties!! I am afraid the bottom will drop out of my cheapo grill and burn my deck down!! LOL We need to get a better one but can't for a few weeks so I may not be able to participate. :sad: :sorry:

When does this challenge end?

Keltin needs an extra day, so it looks like it will be through Tuesday the 6th with the poll on the 7th.

Lol--I wouldn't take a chance. Burning down the deck = :shitHitsFan:
 

Cooksie

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Oh, I want one of those Cooksie! Looks delish!

:mrgreen::mrgreen: I wish I could send you some! A pork butt yields lots of meat, so I've got to get my thinking cap on to come up with some other ways to use it.....maybe some redbeans and rice.
 

QSis

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Grilled up some locally-made sweet Italian sausages the other night.

We had two of them along with grilled vidalias and red peppers, in sub rolls. The other two will be in a dish later this week.

Lee
 

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QSis

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Cooksie, thanks for sharing your photos and text re: your experience smoking pork butt!

You did just what thousands of others of barbecuers do, when things don't go exactly as planned - you try something else, a plan B, and a plan C, if necessary. And you wait.

GREAT JOB!!

11 hours does not sound out of the ordinary, depending on where your cooker temp was.

Lee
 

Mama

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I'm definitely going to be trying that meatloaf...that looks awesome. Good looking Brats too, Lee! Here's some boneless, skinless chicken breast that I marinated in Italian Dressing and grilled. I cooked the california veggies in a tin foil packet as well as the frozen mini ears of corn and the Sister Shuberts rolls.
 

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