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    Default *The Unofficial Beyond BBQ Thread*

    Well, the weather's starting to look good, and you know what that means!

    Gentlemen, start your BBQ's!

    So, here's a thread to post your best BBQ techniques and recipes!
    Know how to grill a steak to perfection? Let us know your secret!
    Got a spice combo that brings the ladies from all over the block? Do tell!



    I'll start it all off with one of my faves:

    SEASONED BBQ POTATOES

    - For each serving, cube 2-3 potatoes. Red or Yellow potatoes work best. Cubes should be fairly small, around the size of the "homestyle" hashbrowns you get at Smitty's and such. Each serving should be individually seasoned & wrapped. That way, everyone can have their own flavour of taters!

    - Put chopped potatoes on a sheet of tinfoil about 1ft by 1ft. Add margerine/butter and seasonings. I generally use about 1-2 tablespoons of margerine, you can adjust to taste/diet. For seasoning, I recommend seasoning salt (a must), garlic/onion powder, pepper, and chopped chives if you like 'em. You can also add some powdered Cayanne pepper for a bit of a kick!

    - Wrap the potatoes in the tinfoil, turn over and wrap in another sheet of foil. (The seams should be on opposite sides to prevent the melted butter from leaking.) Shake to disperse seasonings

    - Put on BBQ for approx. 30-45 minutes or until nice and soft (will vary depending on grill, I do mine on medium heat so as to keep the potatoes from browning too quickly). Turn over once or twice during grill time to spread molten butter & spices.

    - ENJOY! Potatoes should be melt-in-your-mouth soft & tastylicious!

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    throw on a slab of meat and cover it in montreal steak spice.

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    I like to marinate my steaks in Corona and green peppers about 24 hours before I BBQ. Makes them soooo tender and tasty. Red Wine and Vinegar works well too.

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    Im with GTS. Some motreal steak spice mixed with a bunch of BBQ sauce, I mean a bunch too, overlfowing from the sides

    That Potatos reciept sounds good, going to print it off and give it a shot next time I got a few hours for dinner to mess around with.

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    One question Berker, I know for tin foil dinners we do, we do one wrap of tin foil, one wrap of moist paper towel and another wrap of tin foil, do you bother with the moist paper towel or just 2 wraps of tin foil?

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    MMMM, rotisserie chicken on BBQ's is SO good, brush with a little olive oil and sprinkle some lemon pepper on there and you're good to go. We decided to make it one day, but my only suggestion would be for people to use one of those meat thermometers to tell when it's done. We didn't have one so we realized it was done only AFTER it had completely fallen off the bones and spit. OMG it was soooo good.
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    Originally posted by AllGoNoShow
    One question Berker, I know for tin foil dinners we do, we do one wrap of tin foil, one wrap of moist paper towel and another wrap of tin foil, do you bother with the moist paper towel or just 2 wraps of tin foil?
    Hmm, I've never tried the moist paper towel, I assume it's to keep the food from drying out? Sounds like a good idea, let me know how it goes!

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    Originally posted by GTS Jeff
    throw on a slab of meat and cover it in montreal steak spice.
    Another good spice is the Spicy Pepper Medley from Club House, I highly recommend it! I usually mix it with the Montreal, but it's also very good on its own.

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    Has anyone seen any good deals for BBQ's any where looking to spend under $200.

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    http://forums.beyond.ca/showthread.p...&highlight=BBQ

    ^There's one for sale in the Marketplace for dirt cheap, but you'll most likely have to spend some time cleaning it. As far as that goes, a "restored" BBQ can work very well. The one I currently use was in garbage condition when I got it, I spent one day cleaning/refurbishing it, and it works like a charm!


    Sears has a nice looking one here for $199.99

    And another couple of grills for about the same price

    I'd also check the Sears outlet store in Deerfoot Mall for cheap ones, the prices there are always good.

    I think WalMart had some the last time I was in there, can't remember what the prices were like.

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    Dude...I would seriously wait until you have enough money to buy a decent BBQ. You can get cheapis from Home Depot, Canadain Tire etc but not only do they not cook well they also don't last. Go buy a good one from Home Depit and get a Home Depot Store card (if u can) No payments or intrest for 12 months than pay it back over the 12 months.

    I got my baby for under $600 last year. As when you use the card the first time you get 10% off.

    Here is what I got:

    http://bbq.about.com/od/gasgrillrevi...apr032005a.htm

    Mine does not have this side burner

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    ^ That's a really nice-looking grill, is it on natural gas? (The link says it has an optional natgas unit) I'd LOVE a natural gas grill!!

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    heres what i do for a good steak, i start with some steaks, sirloin, what ever u want, i tenderize them with a fork, then some of that tenderizing power, then i use a mixture of whoshtire sauce, and soya, and marinate them over night, grill to perfection and bam

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    Originally posted by paulsaddress5
    heres what i do for a good steak, i start with some steaks, sirloin, what ever u want, i tenderize them with a fork, then some of that tenderizing power, then i use a mixture of whoshtire sauce, and soya, and marinate them over night, grill to perfection and bam
    I like this type of marinate the best too, add some pesto, cracked peper in there and your good to go.

    No tenderizer tho, msg =

    You just have to pick the right steak and you never need that anyways (ie rib eye)
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    Originally posted by GTS Jeff
    throw on a slab of meat and cover it in montreal steak spice.
    Montreal Steak Spice is by far the best...

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    Originally posted by BerserkerCatSpl
    ^ That's a really nice-looking grill, is it on natural gas? (The link says it has an optional natgas unit) I'd LOVE a natural gas grill!!
    Yeah I got tired of always running out of propane so now I don't have to worry about it!

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    Does anyone know where I can pick up a spit for a rotisserie? Just the spit, mind you, I have the motor. I can't seem to find one anywhere, just the motor/spit pakckages...

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    Oh here's another one.

    Throw on a shitload of sausages and go nuts with the msg.

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    Everyone should buy a Weber BBQ.
    haha

    Has anyone ever made that beer can chicken shit? (Something like that) Someone was telling me about it and said it tasted "the best"..

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