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Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:03 pm
mel rare
rare

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Location: goshen IN

yumm yumm yummers :o :o :o
mel
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Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:39 pm
Don Marco well done
well done

Posts: 826
Location: Germany

I know youre gonna hate me for this, but it was soooo good eats i just dont care. :lol:

I cooked the rolled tenderloin indirect and the Strip got cooked 2 Minutes per side over lump charcoal. I already see cast iron prices explode after you guys see the grill marks.
Sides were a small salad topped with italian bacon and joghurt dressing (pimped with chipotle, aji and pasilia chiles), grilled bread with herb butter and basil and goat cheese (with garlic and herbs) wrapped in puff pastry, also off the grill and a good dark german beer called "Duckstein"

Life is good, i hope you enjoy the pics as much as i did the food.


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Cheers,

DM

Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:50 pm
phillyjazz well done
well done

Posts: 2955
Location: Philly

Oh my GOD !!!!! That is beautiful to behold.... What a feast !!!!!
- Phillyjazz -

Grill Dome ceramic / Ducane Affinity 4200 gasser/ Concrete pit
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Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:57 pm
grilltender john well done
well done

Posts: 618
Location: Chicago, IL.

We dont hate you but we want an invite!! By the way, that beer certainly looks interesting. Is it a dark? Good job on the grub.
how you done did dat?

Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 5:03 pm
TX Sandman well done
well done

Posts: 1977
Location: DFW, Texas
Interesting way to do the cheese. I've thought of doing that with some veg or meat, but haven't done so. I presume it was done indirect.

Great job, it all looks delicious!

Rob - TX Sandman
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Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:47 pm
phillyjazz well done
well done

Posts: 2955
Location: Philly

TX Sandman wrote:
Interesting way to do the cheese. I've thought of doing that with some veg or meat, but haven't done so. I presume it was done indirect.

Great job, it all looks delicious!

Rob - TX Sandman


When my wife was doing catering they used to call those "Beggar's Purses." Puff pastry strips can be filled with anything imaginable (including leftover pulled pork !!) They will burn easily, so must be done indirect, and watched pretty closely. I put mine on a Pizza stone that has heated with the lid closed for awhile.

You can also use Phyllo which is a little more delicate.
- Phillyjazz -

Grill Dome ceramic / Ducane Affinity 4200 gasser/ Concrete pit
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Post Wed Mar 14, 2007 9:13 am
Bob-BQN User avatar
well done
well done

Posts: 12904
Location: Texas
Only if I were still in Germany! :D

Don, you may become the guy we all love to hate .... but for all the right reasons. :lol:

Outstanding job!!! 8)
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Post Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:19 am
Cactus1 well done
well done

Posts: 741
Location: Indian Head Park, IL.
Don Marco - Great job! You can come to my house and cook any time that you like.
Bob-BQN - Nice little web site you have there!
For all of us that have both a Weber and a Char-Griller - You can just take one of the cast iron grates from the Char-Griller and set it on top of the wire grate in the Weber.
* IHP Cactus Farm & Sauce Shack *
18 1/2 & 22 1/2" WSM
22 1/2" OTS
26 3/4" OTG

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