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I got a bunch of meat to grill and my wife wrapped up all these veggies in tin foil and i put them on the grill too. They were so delicious when they got done cooking. Good way to get nutrients to get us what we need to stay sharp. Ideas: Eggplant, onions, kale (ripped up), mushrooms.... any other ideas?
 

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Julienned egg plant and squash wrapped in foil flats, drizzle with EVOO, salt and pepper.....grill.

I found out I don't like egg plant, but I did try it. Squash I could eat a little.

Just bought 5 ears of corn already shucked, wrap in foil with 1/2 REAL butter and 1/2 EVOO and wrap tightly.

Red Onions, red peppers, garlic into a foil pack and then used in course mashed taters from baked taters in foil packets on the grill, skin left on.

Potatoes have more potassium than bananas, winter squash is good as well.
 

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burp!

diced taters with onion and green pepper, butter and EVOO, same thing added to the mixed veg.



Thin steak, pork sirlion (under the steak) and chicken boobs



Camera messed with the red color levels but burp!

 

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I just got on the scale and I gained 10lbs over the past week by eating all this great food and drinking my ass off.

Time to scale it back and get back on my diet.
 

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Smoked a tri tip roast with prime rib rub on my 24 in grill. Used coal and wood chips took about 45min, came out rare. Take a whole ear of corn, make a foil bag like thing to put the corn and butter in with pepper, salt, and tarragon or whatever seasoning you like a little water and cook along side meat. I like the foil pan mixed veggie idea above, mine is more for single servings but bone has lunches for days there.
 

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ready to make some pork bbq ribs with corn on cob and rice today. who knows what else. but i feel like eating lol.
 

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crock potted some sirloin beef last week(24 hrs) and made pulled beef nachos. also makes good beef soup of course.
 

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Smoked a tri tip roast with prime rib rub on my 24 in grill. Used coal and wood chips took about 45min, came out rare. Take a whole ear of corn, make a foil bag like thing to put the corn and butter in with pepper, salt, and tarragon or whatever seasoning you like a little water and cook along side meat. I like the foil pan mixed veggie idea above, mine is more for single servings but bone has lunches for days there.
My idea of a single serving of veggies is bigger than most, like twice the normal size :)
 

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My idea of a single serving of veggies is bigger than most, like twice the normal size :)
There are worse things to go back for seconds for the third time. :bigok:
 

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There are worse things to go back for seconds for the third time. :bigok:
Eat all the veggies and fruit you want.......

I grilled corn on the cob tonight after grilling a pack of hot dogs then ran a temp test for heat control for my attempt at smoking this weekend.
 

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I was scared to smoke meat on the grill for a long time. Then I threw some wood chips on the coals before I grilled some burgers and the rest is history.

I run the vents about half open top and bottom and spread the coals right as they are about to go all grey, then they can keep warming for a few minutes after I spread them out. I usually make a ring of sorts and place the meat in the middle, giggity giggity, and use the indirect heat concept to my advantage.

One key thing I learned is keep the cover on, as much as you wanna look at your slab and watch it cook letting the smoke out is a no no. I drop the wood chips on right before the meat goes in, then the top goes on for the first 10-15 and I quick check for heat, don't want to burn it, flip around the 15-20 min mark and go for another 15-20. My three pound roast took 35 min on grill and 5 to settle before cutting against the grain and making my family very happy.

I will get pics next time, should be this weekend. I feel like such a n00b, no pics? Also I have never used a thermometer on the grill, might help to give people a real temp, I always cook by feel, it works....most of the time.
 

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burp!

diced taters with onion and green pepper, butter and EVOO, same thing added to the mixed veg.



Thin steak, pork sirlion (under the steak) and chicken boobs



Camera messed with the red color levels but burp!

Don't you know Knives face the plate and forks go on the left? lol my mom woulda grounded my ass for 3 weeks for that shit... lol
 

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He usually doesnt even use utensils, hes just tryin to keep up appearances. Just threw them there to complete the composition?
 

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Don't you know Knives face the plate and forks go on the left? lol my mom woulda grounded my ass for 3 weeks for that shit... lol
I place my weapons of destruction as I choose. I don't give a frack (Beav influence!) about what way a knife should point, I want it to grip naturally when I pick it up and ready for use.

Since the world is MOSTLY right handed, all tools on the right side of the plate, napkin on the left.
 

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He usually doesnt even use utensils, hes just tryin to keep up appearances. Just threw them there to complete the composition?
Someone rep him, I can't again so soon!

Grill to cooling rack to FEAST! No plate needed.
 

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I place my weapons of destruction as I choose. I don't give a frack (Beav influence!) about what way a knife should point, I want it to grip naturally when I pick it up and ready for use.

Since the world is MOSTLY right handed, all tools on the right side of the plate, napkin on the left.
Well, when cutting meat... you hold the fork in your left hand. And the knife facing the plate is just a safety pre-caution. I don't even set the table. I was just sayin lol
 
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