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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/15 13:49:07 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Shiverman 2017/05/16 12:20:27
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/15 14:14:30 (permalink)
Cheers boss, have to give that one a go.  Made my own South Carolina mustard/vinegar based BBQ sauce last time I did pulled pork in the slow cooker, this should be next level...
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 12:21:55 (permalink)
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Anyone managed to successfully cook brisket on a gas bbq? Got a metal thing for the wood chips



Yes. Are you smoking it? Or are the chips just for a bit of flavour?
 
If you're smoking it you want to use indirect heat. So if you have three burners, have just one on, and have the brisket the opposite end of the grill. Pan of water in the bottom, topped up every now and then to keep things a bit moist.
 
I've smoked pork shoulder, pork ribs, whole chickens and brisket, all came out superbly in my cheapo BBQ grill.
 
The two most important things are, a decent temp gauge on the BBQ, and a food thermometer probe dealy. Smoked meat is done when the internal temp is right.




Nice one. How long did you put yours on for? Seen some that say about 10 hours
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 12:46:35 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Stamina MC 2017/05/25 16:29:29
Ive had it in for 10/12 hours. I just go on when the internal temp reaches the correct reading for whatever meat im cooking. It's done when it's done innit.
 
Just remembered I posted some pictures of a previous effort to reddit a while back...
 
http://imgur.com/a/eFAv5  - first ever attempt that!
post edited by Law - 2017/05/16 12:50:53
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 12:50:36 (permalink)
^ also, get a spray bottle to spray pier apple juice on everything every hour or so. Makes he bark pretty darn superb.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 12:56:41 (permalink)
Saux hungry for barbecue meats now.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 15:35:07 (permalink)
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Ive had it in for 10/12 hours. I just go on when the internal temp reaches the correct reading for whatever meat im cooking. It's done when it's done innit.
 
Just remembered I posted some pictures of a previous effort to reddit a while back...
 
http://imgur.com/a/eFAv5  - first ever attempt that!




Those ribs look amazing, fair play.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 17:18:36 (permalink)
From the man who gave us the Law method for poached eggs. Respect rudeboy.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/16 17:57:44 (permalink)
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Law
Ive had it in for 10/12 hours. I just go on when the internal temp reaches the correct reading for whatever meat im cooking. It's done when it's done innit.
 
Just remembered I posted some pictures of a previous effort to reddit a while back...
 
http://imgur.com/a/eFAv5  - first ever attempt that!




Those ribs look amazing, fair play.


Fucking hell mate, those look like some tasty meats.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/25 11:32:37 (permalink)
Char Broil Kettleman just purchased. Had decent reviews compared to the webers. Porcelain grill appeals for ease of cleaning.

Will review this weekend and let you know.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/25 16:20:38 (permalink)
Bone in shoulder and brisket arrived from Field and Flower today for Sundays smoking sesh. 

Gonna brine the shoulder for one day in applejuice brine, then one day with the dry rub Law linked above. 
 
Brisket gonna rub with this one:  https://www.thespruce.com...yle-brisket-rub-335887
 
Smoking over a mix of oak and apple.
 
Gonna make up some South Carolina Mustard BBQ sauce too.
 
Then I'm going to eat.
post edited by Whagwan - 2017/05/25 16:35:41
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/25 16:23:39 (permalink)
Sounds fucking amazing. It's a load of prep and effort but well worth it.
post edited by Law - 2017/05/25 16:25:49
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/25 20:21:18 (permalink)
Am I going crazy or was there a post in this thread a few days ago with someone mocking a gas BBQ and it has now disappeared?.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 10:15:01 (permalink)
BBQ went fucking amazingly, the pulled pork turned out great but the brisket was next level.  7hrs smoking time in total with 1hr to rest.
 
Some photos here.  Didn't get a photo of the finished brisket as I was so fucking excited to eat/serve it I forgot but everyone agreed it was fucking amazing.
 
Plenty of recommends for the South Carolina Mustard BBQ sauce too, simple to make just chuck all the ingredients together, simmer for 30 mins and stick in sauce bottles in the fridge.
 
http://imgur.com/a/SVpXp
 
 
post edited by Whagwan - 2017/05/30 10:54:44
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 10:41:36 (permalink)
That looks amazing
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 10:49:20 (permalink)
That looks awesome. Any chance you could post the SC BBQ recipe? I usually just buy the Coleman's one but wouldn't mind having a go at making some. I've only ever made standard bbq sauces before and they always come out well.
 
Ordered one of these yesterday, gonna have a ribs and wings blowout this weekend:
 
https://www.amazon.co.uk/...coal-BBQ/dp/B00S7JF45M
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 10:53:26 (permalink)
I used this recipe:
 
    1 cup yellow mustard
    1/4 cup honey
    1/4 cup light brown sugar
    1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
    1 tablespoon chipotle pepper in adobo, minced (No idea what adobo is so just added jarred chipotle paste)
    2 teaspoons Worchestershire sauce
    1 teaspoon garlic powder
    ground black pepper to taste
 
Tasted when cooking and upped the suger from the recipe.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 11:09:36 (permalink)
Nice one, cheers.
 
Pretty sure adobo is Phillipino, lots of chilli peppers you can buy come in it. I usually get these off amazon:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/...rs-Adobo/dp/B004MXY872
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/05/30 12:47:47 (permalink)
Looks fucking ridic. Good job.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/06/16 13:43:23 (permalink)
Quick seasoning question - what method did you lot use to season your bbq/smoker before the first use? I'm seeing various different methods online.
 
I was thinking of washing the insides out and letting air dry, then coating the interior with oil and heating the smoker up to 150-175C for 3-4 hours before throwing the meat on?
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/06/16 13:54:54 (permalink)
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I was thinking of washing the insides out and letting air dry, then coating the interior with oil and heating the smoker up to 150-175C for 3-4 hours before throwing the meat on?


I dont think you need to worry about any of that mate. Never even heard of coating the BBQ in oil.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/06/16 15:00:06 (permalink)
TBH I hadn't either before doing a bit of research into them. Apparently you can get contaminants left over from the manufacturing/assembly/shipping which should be cleaned and then burnt off, and adding the oil beforehand creates some kind of carbon layer during the initial burn off which protects the steel.
 
The instruction manual just says to heat the smoker for at least 30mins before cooking on it so I'll probably fire it up an hour or two before I put the meat in.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/06/16 15:18:31 (permalink)
I'm lazy as fuck when it comes to cleaning the BBQ. I usually let it get to about 400000°, and then give it a going over with the wire brush. Probably not the most hygienic but ive never poisoned anyone.
 
Isnt that how self cleaning ovens work? They get super hot and fat and grease turns to ash. Admittedly this is far easier, quicker and economical when you have a gas burner.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2017/06/16 15:36:06 (permalink)
Part of the charm of the barbecue is the hint of the other foods from the last time you used it. 
 
Last night I cooked a pineapple, it had a distinct chicken flavour from the chicken kebabs that i cooked shortly before.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 10:02:30 (permalink)
Gonna smoke another brisket tomorrow.  Got to spend the whole day painting and ripping up floor so be nice to have this going on in the garden to feast on at the end...
 
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 10:14:10 (permalink)
I was hoping to fire up the smoker this weekend but got a super busy one so won't have time
 
Only got the chance to use it twice last summer so definitely looking forward to giving it a proper work out this year.
 
Whagwan
I used this recipe:
 
    1 cup yellow mustard
    1/4 cup honey
    1/4 cup light brown sugar
    1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
    1 tablespoon chipotle pepper in adobo, minced (No idea what adobo is so just added jarred chipotle paste)
    2 teaspoons Worchestershire sauce
    1 teaspoon garlic powder
    ground black pepper to taste
 
Tasted when cooking and upped the suger from the recipe.


 
btw this recipe was great, cheers again. Did a load of slow cooked chicken, then shredded it and mixed the sauce in. Was heavy.
post edited by Mulla - 2018/04/20 10:15:55
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 10:18:53 (permalink)
My parents bought me a massive BBQ with smoker for my birthday. Having a BBQ tomorrow and might try and fail to smoke some shit as well.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 11:04:53 (permalink)
Reading through this thread I badly need to up my bbq game. Impulse bought a Weber master touch on black friday that’s been sat in the garage ever since, gonna christen it this afternoon for sure.

Gonna start simple with some burgers and that, anyone got a good recipe? Was just gonna chuck some finely diced onion and herbs and that in with the beef and see how I get on.
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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 11:14:49 (permalink)
Juicy Lucy


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Re: Quick BBQ question 2018/04/20 11:40:14 (permalink)
FUCK i need to eat / make some good brisket now
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