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Finally, a decent BBQ! #4460978
07/16/17 01:16 PM
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i_hate_autofraud Offline OP
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Finally a decent BBQ this summer after lots of weekends with hotdogs and so-so burgers!

Also found after years of BBQing, that no matter how big a round plate is, there's never enough room
for all the food and crowding your meal!

So I looked for the largest oval or rectangular plate I could find! It doesn't look it due to the
camera, but this plate is 14" wide! (16 oz rib steak)


Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4460984
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Enjoy!

Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4460987
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Before i stop over for leftovers ,tell me what for desert?


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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4460992
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I really like the potato and tomato sides too. Nicely done.


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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4461007
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Looks fantastic! I love grilling beef and chops!

Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4461010
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Enjoy the steak. I gave up red meat awhile ago and I do not really miss it. But if I go to a cookout I will have a burger but never a hot dog if there is no chicken.

I also practice portion control. Still more weight to loose.

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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4461013
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'Finally, a decent BBQ!'

I didn't see any BBQ, but that's a beautiful Ribeye! wink I also hope you didn't make a misteak with that puddle of steak sauce on the edge. eek

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Where did you find those plates?

Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: gman2304] #4461028
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Originally Posted By: gman2304
'Finally, a decent BBQ!'

I didn't see any BBQ, but that's a beautiful Ribeye! wink I also hope you didn't make a misteak with that puddle of steak sauce on the edge. eek


I was thinking the same. When someone from NC hears the word barbecue, it immediately means pit cooked pork!

The steak looks great! Now I'm hungry!

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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: Vern_in_IL] #4461031
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Ahhh, so YOU'RE the guy who stole my cow.

Simple, good food.

Worked often with a big city caterer (BIG deal clients). He said, the higher class the people, the simpler and BETTER the food.
Trust me, the OP's plate is HIGH CLASS.

Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: spasm3] #4461045
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Originally Posted By: spasm3
Originally Posted By: gman2304
'Finally, a decent BBQ!'

I didn't see any BBQ, but that's a beautiful Ribeye! wink I also hope you didn't make a misteak with that puddle of steak sauce on the edge. eek


I was thinking the same. When someone from NC hears the word barbecue, it immediately means pit cooked pork!

The steak looks great! Now I'm hungry!

Same here. Looks like a great grilled steak though.

BBQ is brisket, sausage, chicken, pork loin, ribs, etc. Anything that takes less than an hour to cook is not BBQ.
Hamburgers, hot dogs and steak are just grilling.


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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: i_hate_autofraud] #4461114
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cheers

A big, bold Zinfandel would go great with that!


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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: Kira] #4461155
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Originally Posted By: Kira
Ahhh, so YOU'RE the guy who stole my cow.

Simple, good food.

Worked often with a big city caterer (BIG deal clients). He said, the higher class the people, the simpler and BETTER the food.
Trust me, the OP's plate is HIGH CLASS.


I'm quite sure if he did steal your Cow he used if for milk production or growing the herd.

Top Grade Steak is cut from Steer (castrated male Cattle), not Cow (female Cattle). Frozen factory-made burgers, canned stew and fast food is made from Cow (lowest grade fit for human consumption).


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Re: Finally, a decent BBQ! [Re: Vern_in_IL] #4461227
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Originally Posted By: Vern_in_IL
Where did you find those plates?


LOL!

I found it at a second hand shop, just 1 plate (for me!), since it's actually
a serving plate, for say a whole chicken or turkey, the biggest I could find
that didn't have flowers on it! smile


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