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Overkills Fault

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by thewoodlands, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. thewoodlands

    thewoodlands Minister of Fire

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    Since S.O. fired up the pit I said Y not, the steaks came out great, tasted even better. I do need to get the wood for cooking on sooner so I'm cooking over coals, we had some sugar maple with two splits of cherry going.

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  2. Thistle

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    Oh my. 41 here today,I couldve used the Weber kettle but wasnt hungry enough to fix a big meal.
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  3. Pallet Pete

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    Well tomorrow is your fault Zap [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Pete
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  4. thewoodlands

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    I can get use to this weather, this week is supposed to be about the same weather wise.
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  5. fishingpol

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    I will add that wood-fired food pics never get old...
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  6. fishingpol

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    Rounding the corner to warmer weather soon, I hope.
  7. thewoodlands

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    Does that mean you're flaming up a meal tomorow?
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  8. Pallet Pete

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    You bet it does the fire pit is under a pool of ice right now but a good fire will fix that in a hurry.

    Pete
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  9. thewoodlands

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    I see yours all the time, it's been tough looking at those pics, they look great.
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  10. thewoodlands

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    After I took some snow out of the fireplace, I started the fire towards the back then moved it forward so it would melt the ice, job done!
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  11. thewoodlands

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    When I put the steaks on the animals started showing up, some closer than the others.

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  12. Pallet Pete

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    That's really cool ! All we get are squirrels and stray cats around here when I grill ! O ya and the neighbors lol

    Pete
  13. ScotO

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    I can't help it, I'm a sucker for a good steak. You just cannot beat a wood-fired steak......nothing like it.

    Those deer were probably wondering "hey, is everybody still here? Take a head count, I smell something cooking!" ;)

    Looks delicious, bud.......I can taste those steaks from here! I'm with FP.....I never get tired of wood-fired pics!!
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  14. thewoodlands

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    We plan on chicken this weekend, I'll do the same, limb up some old Pine then burn them, I'll start burning some Beech earlier so I'm cooking over coals, no flame.
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  15. ScotO

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    Sounds good Zappy. I like chicken on the pit with the vinegar spray.......
    Yer making me hungry again.........
  16. fishingpol

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    Mmmm, chicken. Pen's white BBQ chicken recipe was pretty good. All this food talk has got me thinking now.

    Tipsy chicken with bourbon and maple glaze maybe.
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  17. thewoodlands

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    We cooked the chicken today, turned out great. I did remove the front & back metal roofing I use beause it was cooking faster then I wanted. I had bech,red oak with some cherry for wood.

    Some of our neighbors came off the back hill when I was cooking.

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    Looks great Zap. No time for outdoor cooking this weekend for me. I was looking forward to it too.

    I am curious if anyone has used Beech for smoker wood?
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    I think cerified106 has a smoker, he's put up some great looking meals, send him a conversation.
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    Unfortunately I have never tried Beech for smoking.....I don't see much Beech on my property in fact I think I only have one small beech tree. The food looks awesome Zap!
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  21. ScotO

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    Zap I can taste that chicken from here! Looks great!

    Did you use the vinegar spray?
  22. thewoodlands

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    No, marinated in Italian dressing for a good night.
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    Suddenly I have a craving for steak and chicken. I know what I'm having for dinner for the next two nights although sadly they won't be cook over a wood fire:mad:
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    Nothing wrong with that choice! I use Italian dressing as a marinade now and then and really like the flavor on chicken myself.
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    Is it straight vinegar?

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