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This Guy Barbeques like a Caveman.

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  1. GreyWolf

    GreyWolf Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    Dang Wolf - that is cool... I'd leave off the hot sauce as well but I like the method.

    Gonna' give that a run tomorrow for breakfast.
     
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    Looks like cancer to me.
     
  4. Bryan

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    bunch of pussies itt :p i love spicy food, that sauce aint shit i eat jalapenos everyday

    steak looks mad good tho
     
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    some chopped tomatoes in the sauce will be great :D
    by the way...nice pieces of meat :D:D
     
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    I'd rather do it with chicken, not steak but I have cooked both this way. I've done this before or even on a pieces of aluminum foil, and I usually have to switch the meat to a different pile of coals/embers about the time I flip the meat. The jalapenos, and garlic I think tastes better on chicken.

    Also, the wood you are burning makes a huge difference.
     
  7. Robert4878

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    Great.... I'm suppose to be working and now Im hungry :rolleyes:
     
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    Damn that looks good.. cool tip about the t-bone too.. didn't know it was both a new york and filet.
     
  9. kuanggrade

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    everybody knows you're supposed to put the salt on at the end so it doesnt draw out all the moisture in the steak
     
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    Ive just ate, but i would tackle 1 of them bad boys any day of the week!
     
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    Haha great!
    But now i'm hungry :(
     
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    This guy, Steven Raichlen, is a boss when it comes to BBQ. I have one of his books and its absolutely amazing. Helped me grill and BBQ a lot better than before.
     
  13. GreyWolf

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    Yeah I just found out about him today from a TV show. I looked on youtube and found a lot of his videos on there. I'm gonna be trying a lot of those recipes out this spring and summer.

    The episode I saw on TV today was for a rotisserie turkey, I think I want to make sure I have everything I need to cook that by fall. That'd be a big hit for Thanksgiving dinner.


    Yeah that's true. Oak is pretty typical, but I bet something like pecan or walnut would have a really good effect on the flavor.

    Here's a helpful link for anyone that has a pecan or walnut tree they can cut down. :cool2:
    How to make your own lump charcoal.
     
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  14. buttulgly

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    Streak for breakfast? Looks like you are going for the life expectancy of a caveman too :goodnight