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Keltin

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Did "beercan" Cornish Hen last night. Cornish Hens are smaller than a chicken (ya' think?) so they require a smaller can. :biggrin:
 

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QSis

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Keltin, you are an outdoor cooking HERO!!!!

Just beautiful stuff!!!

Lee
 

Mama

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Great looking food! We are an alcohol free home...long story...I wonder if I can use a can of pineapple juice instead of beer?
 

Keltin

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Great looking food! We are an alcohol free home...long story...I wonder if I can use a can of pineapple juice instead of beer?


Pineapple, chicken broth, lemon juice, apple juice, water with herbs, virtually any liquid that imparts a flavor you'd like in your chicken!
 

buckytom

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ok, mama's been kickin' butt and taking names for the ladies, so i got some pics of our grilled dinner tonight.

chicken breasts, balsamic marinated filets mignon, and peaches.




 

Keltin

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We bought a 4 lb bag of frozen chicken wings the other day for 5.99 which equates to 1.50 per pound. These are absolutely the biggest chicken wings I have ever seen. :w00t:

They come in a large re-sealable bag, and we just pull 9-10 out and drop them in a salt water brine to defrost, then cook as desired. Naturally, these were grilled and served with Buffalo Sauce which is 1 part Frank's Hot Sauce plus 1 part melted butter.
 

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Keltin

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Grilled Pork Roast with Grilled Corn on the Cob.
 

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buckytom

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looks juicy, keltin! :a1:

lol, it's a good thing that roast was "roast flavor". what flavour was the corn? :D
 

Cooksie

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Yum, Keltin! I've cooked a couple of those small pork roasts in the oven, same brand, different flavor. We really like them. I bet they're to die for on the grill :thumb:.
 

Keltin

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looks juicy, keltin! :a1:

lol, it's a good thing that roast was "roast flavor". what flavour was the corn? :D

Yeah, I was looking filet flavor, but they were fresh out. :yum:

That is truly an odd name for a "flavor". They have others such as Garlic and Herb, Teriyaki, etc. Those little roasts are cheap, 4.99 here for the whole thing. And they grill up perfectly. If you can find them, give them a shot. Very tender, juicy, and flavorful.

Just don't get the opossum flavored ones! :yum::yum::yum:
 

Keltin

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Yum, Keltin! I've cooked a couple of those small pork roasts in the oven, same brand, different flavor. We really like them. I bet they're to die for on the grill :thumb:.


They are incredible on the grill! About 35 minutes total cook time, flip it twice during the cook, and you're good to go. I used Royal Oak charcoal for this.....notice the nice smoke ring that little roast picked up!
 
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