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Anotha BBQ

Post  turntablist on Tue Apr 07, 2009 11:02 am

Finally the sun's coming out, it's time to get the BBQ out, get some beers and bring the turntables outside, can't wait! Very Happy

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Post  martymcfly on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:09 pm

Mate I've had loads of BBQ's already. I'm the BBQ king! Dam I even have em when its cold. I'll stand out there with a coat on just for the taste of that flame grilled meat... mmmm.. meat, its the meat, its the meat! Laughing

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Post  turntablist on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:16 pm

Damn! I need to get the grill on lol, Marty you're insane it's been way to cold for BBQs! Laughing
Waiting for Obie's take on the grill now Very Happy

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Post  gary barry gordon on Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:32 pm

I LOVE my barbie! We have a mains power rotisserie for ours and it makes the most amazingly tender & juicy roast lamb!

Here's a hint for you all; if you have a cheap shitty cut of meat (I actually do this with all my meat 'cause I love it) rub it with extra virgin olive oil and sprinkle a spicy seasoning on it. I use a Peri Peri seasoning, and I like it hot, so I use it quite liberally. It's also a really healthy way to cook (provided you use the grill, not the hot plate).

Sorry. I love cooking.

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Post  turntablist on Wed Apr 08, 2009 4:32 am

That is completely awesome! thanks for the info, an electric rotisserie?? that is some serious BBQ hardware Wink

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Post  obie on Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:22 am

turntablist wrote:Damn! I need to get the grill on lol, Marty you're insane it's been way to cold for BBQs! Laughing
Waiting for Obie's take on the grill now Very Happy

My take on this is redundant, Gary's set up sounds amazing! I love cooking and I love BBQs, but I'm a bit limited in my current gaff. There are two of those disposable BBQs sitting in the foyer downstairs, they've been there for ages. Might just claim them and see what I can do on our balcony.

What's everybody's favourite food on the barbie then?

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Post  pipehitterz on Sat Apr 11, 2009 1:52 pm

obie wrote:
turntablist wrote:Damn! I need to get the grill on lol, Marty you're insane it's been way to cold for BBQs! Laughing
Waiting for Obie's take on the grill now Very Happy

My take on this is redundant, Gary's set up sounds amazing! I love cooking and I love BBQs, but I'm a bit limited in my current gaff. There are two of those disposable BBQs sitting in the foyer downstairs, they've been there for ages. Might just claim them and see what I can do on our balcony.

What's everybody's favourite food on the barbie then?

salmon, lamb shank split up into chunks, ribbbbbs, yummy.
cant beat a nice corn on the cob either

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Post  gary barry gordon on Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:10 pm

obie wrote:
turntablist wrote:Damn! I need to get the grill on lol, Marty you're insane it's been way to cold for BBQs! Laughing
Waiting for Obie's take on the grill now Very Happy

My take on this is redundant, Gary's set up sounds amazing! I love cooking and I love BBQs, but I'm a bit limited in my current gaff. There are two of those disposable BBQs sitting in the foyer downstairs, they've been there for ages. Might just claim them and see what I can do on our balcony.

What's everybody's favourite food on the barbie then?

I love to put a wedge of pumpkin (I think some of you strange folk call it squash) on the barbie as soon as you turn it on to warm up, then when you put the meat on, turn the wedge over and cook the other side. You have to leave the skin on, though (it caramelises and goes so crispy and yummy!).

Another fave is grilled fish. Rub a little olive oil (extra virgins, of course) and whatever spices grab your fancy. For us it's curry spices.

But you seriously can't go past a leg of lamb on the rotisserie. Slices of garlic and sprigs of rosemary stuffed into it, cooked on a low heat for an hour & a half.

Hmm... I might even start a recipe thread!

Cheers & beers,
Henry.

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Post  turntablist on Tue Apr 14, 2009 3:35 am

pipehitterz wrote:cant beat a nice corn on the cob either

Definitely! I prefer proper burgers not the cr*p you buy in the supermarket and steaks on the BBQ.

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Post  Pidge on Tue Apr 14, 2009 6:11 am

Bananas. Make a few cuts in the skin, pour in as much dark rum as it will absorb, wrap in foil and grill for about half an hour.

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Post  turntablist on Tue Apr 14, 2009 6:27 am

The Boy Pidge wrote:Bananas. Make a few cuts in the skin, pour in as much dark rum as it will absorb, wrap in foil and grill for about half an hour.

Oh yeah I remember those, I also remember instead of rum I think we used toffee sauce or something like that. Either way completely awesome!

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Post  obie on Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:33 pm

turntablist wrote:I prefer proper burgers not the cr*p you buy in the supermarket and steaks on the BBQ.

Too right! I've got an awesome recipe for lamb burgers, uses feta cheese to bind them instead of eggs. Unbelievably tasty.

Update: Someone beat to robbing those disposable BBQs downstairs. It would seem there really is no such thing as a free lunch.

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Post  turntablist on Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:41 pm

obie wrote:Too right! I've got an awesome recipe for lamb burgers, uses feta cheese to bind them instead of eggs. Unbelievably tasty.

Not kidding but I'm drooling as if mentally challenged, that is a definite recipe for my BBQ. king

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