Happy Canada Day!! So, Whatcha Cookin'?

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Happy Canada Day!! So, Whatcha Cookin'?

Post by TheSmokingDude » Wed Jul 01, 2009 12:49 pm

I have 50 ABT's all ready to go on the smoker, and I have 2 doz cob of corn I will be foil grilling. But that's it for me. Neighbours will be bringing some grub and then all I have to do is drink some beers, have a swim not choke any of the kids!

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Post by Trev » Wed Jul 01, 2009 3:45 pm

that sounds pretty good, hoser :wink: :lol:
My son and I just made up a red chimichurri sauce to go with a couple of grilled steaks later on. A drink on the patio, hopefully, and a few fireworks planned for later.
Should be okay.
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Post by kevinv » Wed Jul 01, 2009 4:40 pm

bugers and sauceges. some grilled onions also. hope to also do some homefries maybe.

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Post by Burtess » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:46 pm

Turkey.......
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Hope everyone enjoys their Canada Day!!!!

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Post by ourman » Wed Jul 01, 2009 7:18 pm

Small Spatchcock chicken....
grilled zuchinni boats filled with garlic ,zuchinni,chives ,parsley and sour cream smothered with melted marble cheese,
foil pouch grilled baby potatoes and garlic butter with fresh chives

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Post by stevo » Thu Jul 02, 2009 4:43 pm

Pool party at my house this Saturday. The only thing is that my wife has made me promise that I wouldn't cook. :cry: :cry:
I am always minding the grill or pit while all my friends and their family's are over. She sad that I never save any time for the wives and other kids (the guys are hanging around the pits with me). True but they aren't complaining when they are stuffin their faces. Anyway, I will be lighting 3 grills and letting the peops cook their own grub. Sunday I will be doing some ribs for myself though.
sit down, shut up and smoke some butts!!!!

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Post by Grillman » Thu Jul 02, 2009 9:18 pm

Burtess wrote:Turkey.......
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Hope everyone enjoys their Canada Day!!!!

Burt :)
Good Gravy that looks good! I'm new to the WSM and would love to get the details on this cook!!!

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Post by Burtess » Thu Jul 02, 2009 10:32 pm

Grillman wrote:Good Gravy that looks good! I'm new to the WSM and would love to get the details on this cook!!!
And it was good!! :D

This was a 12.5 lb frozen turkey (not "self basting") that I brined first (1 cup pickling salt + 1/2 cup brown sugar per gallon water, for about 7 hours (keep it in the fridge, ie: under 40F the whole time!)).

I then gave a good coating of Club House LaGrill Chicken seasoning inside and out (this seasoning is salt free - you get enough salt in the brine). Let it sit out to warm up a bit while I......

Fired up the WSM with a full lit chimney of a mix of Royal Oak and Kingsford briquettes and dumped them in, put another full chimney of Maple Leaf lump on top. Let her get going pretty good.

Threw about two fists worth (4 chunks) of silver maple on for smoke wood.

Assembled the WSM..... empty water pan..... round baking pan on the lower grate to catch the drippings (gravy)..... turkey on the top grate, breast up, stuck the probe in and away we went.

time turkey lid
3:30:00 PM on
3:50:00 PM 69 322
4:00:00 PM 81 338
4:10:00 PM 96 338
4:20:00 PM 107 345
4:30:00 PM 117 352
4:40:00 PM 126 360
4:50:00 PM 134 370
5:00:00 PM 142 371
5:10:00 PM 150 354
5:40:00 PM 169 347

Wrapped tightly in foil and rested about an hour.

This was the first bird that I have ever brined, and it made a difference. Cooked faster than any I have done in the past and the breast was very moist.

Burt :)
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Re: Happy Canada Day!! So, Whatcha Cookin'?

Post by Grillman » Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:18 pm

Burtess wrote:
Grillman wrote:Good Gravy that looks good! I'm new to the WSM and would love to get the details on this cook!!!
And it was good!! :D

This was a 12.5 lb frozen turkey (not "self basting") that I brined first (1 cup pickling salt + 1/2 cup brown sugar per gallon water, for about 7 hours (keep it in the fridge, ie: under 40F the whole time!)).

I then gave a good coating of Club House LaGrill Chicken seasoning inside and out (this seasoning is salt free - you get enough salt in the brine). Let it sit out to warm up a bit while I......

Fired up the WSM with a full lit chimney of a mix of Royal Oak and Kingsford briquettes and dumped them in, put another full chimney of Maple Leaf lump on top. Let her get going pretty good.

Threw about two fists worth (4 chunks) of silver maple on for smoke wood.

Assembled the WSM..... empty water pan..... round baking pan on the lower grate to catch the drippings (gravy)..... turkey on the top grate, breast up, stuck the probe in and away we went.

time turkey lid
3:30:00 PM on
3:50:00 PM 69 322
4:00:00 PM 81 338
4:10:00 PM 96 338
4:20:00 PM 107 345
4:30:00 PM 117 352
4:40:00 PM 126 360
4:50:00 PM 134 370
5:00:00 PM 142 371
5:10:00 PM 150 354
5:40:00 PM 169 347

Wrapped tightly in foil and rested about an hour.

This was the first bird that I have ever brined, and it made a difference. Cooked faster than any I have done in the past and the breast was very moist.

Burt :)
Cut and pasted into my Recipe folder and a memo placed on my "To-Do" list. Many thanks Burt!

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