Sunday, December 27, 2015
My friends at Smokeware sent me The Raiser, it
will raise the grate 3 in. or use it with a pizza stone
I put the pizza stone with Egg feet and a pan to hold the
Prime Rib for a long slow cook
6.9 lb Prime Rib from Costco
I made a Garlic salt and Pepper crust with slivers of Garlic
in the fat cap
Ten degrees difference at this temp. not to worry I'll check
the Calibration later
Thirty Degrees to go
Pulled at 120* interior and let rest for 30 min.
Scraped the crust off, dose that look good!
Almost everything on the table, Prime Rib, Jaclie's
Lasagna, and all the sides
Family and friends
Jackie's Grand Daughters Myranda and Lauryn. Myranda is
Graduating from Humboldt Collage. All the food was wonderful
and they all left full. Thanks to all that brought food
and ate it.
Thanks for kook-in and have a Great New Year.
Friday, December 18, 2015
The Lifter and The Black and White Smokeware
Checked the temp gauge in boiling water 212*
The Lifter is great for a Hot platesetter.
Ready put the cedar plank with Salmon.
Two peaces of fresh Atlantic Salmon seasoned with lemon,
Raging River, Chipotle Rub, and Dill Weed. On
White Wine soaked and buttered Cedar Plank.
On the Egg @400*
Resting for 10 min. after a 20 min. grill. I love them both I highly
recommend them both!
Thanks for look-in!
Monday, November 23, 2015
This started out to be Saturday nights Dinner Whiskey Miso
Marinaded Pork Chops and Grilled Corn This is
how I did it and stored in the fridge until
In a ziplock and into the fridge for a few hours.
Buttered the corn then added sweet onion then the outside leafs
then wrapped in foil.
Sunday afternoon out of the fridge to take off the chill.
First on the Grill Grates @425* 15 minutes turning every
Then I added the Pork Chops. I also heated up the leftover
marinade on the stove.
Resting for ten minutes.
I nailed this one the Pork Chop and Grilled Corn were both incredible!
Thanks for look-in!
Saturday, November 21, 2015
My friend and neighbor Photographer Rodger B loaned me one
of his Lights, a small what they call a matchbook light it
was wonderful to use since it gets dark so soon.
The LBGE is @ 400* with potatoes already backing.
Tri-Tip seasoned lightly with Southern Flavor Charbroil
seasoning and there Garlic seasoning no salt or pepper added
Looks great and done @ 127* direct on a Grill Grate.
That looks just about right to me
Served with sauted brussel sprouts with Balsamic Vinegar and
Egg baked potato, This was truly a wonderful dinner. We were
in Costco yesterday and they still had Tri-Tip $4.99 lb eight
to a pack to bad we are out of room in both refrigerators, but
we did pick up an eight pack of pork chops.
Thanks fir look-in!