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04-27-2015, 01:53 PM   #16816
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did I just do a Yogi?
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There are some people who, if they don't already know, you can't tell 'em.

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You don't know?
There are some people who, if they don't already know, you can't tell 'em.
Tell'em wut? I wanna know.
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It's a Yogi-ism.
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Just noticed all the tags for this thread which seems to include everything from the preparation of walrus meat, and cheese, to Rupert and bacon. ��

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seems to include everything from the preparation of walrus meat, and cheese, to Rupert and bacon
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04-27-2015, 04:46 PM   #16821
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8 Pounds of Boston Butt, 7 hours on the grill
NO time for hociR...
Now I had to go and Wikipedia to find out where this cut - "Boston Butt" is located, having safely assumed it's not part of one of the lesser Kennedy's. What we would call a Shoulder Roast. Looks yummy!
04-27-2015, 04:56 PM   #16822
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Now I had to go and Wikipedia to find out where this cut - "Boston Butt" is located, having safely assumed it's not part of one of the lesser Kennedy's. What we would call a Shoulder Roast. Looks yummy!
Or "Butt-roast" for short
Salt, pepper, garlic powder and cooked slow and low on the charcoal grill with indirect heat. It was pretty darn good.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Or "Butt-roast" for short
Salt, pepper, garlic powder and cooked slow and low on the charcoal grill with indirect heat. It was pretty darn good.
Sounds great. I outdid my self Sunday evening with, first a starter of fresh mussels in white wine, cream and garlic, followed by lamb shanks slow roasted in wine, stock with vegetables on a bed of onions. My wife was quite impressed!

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Sounds great. I outdid my self Sunday evening with, first a starter of fresh mussels in white wine, cream and garlic, followed by lamb shanks slow roasted in wine, stock with vegetables on a bed of onions. My wife was quite impressed!
That is in a different league from a simple butt roast, you actually cooked a proper meal!
All I did was throw an extremely forgiving chunk of pork on the grill
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That is in a different league from a simple butt roast, you actually cooked a proper meal!
All I did was throw an extremely forgiving chunk of pork on the grill
Ha! It sounds like you've mastered the art of the Weber!
04-27-2015, 05:39 PM   #16826
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I love my Webers...
They are Godzilla proof and immune to hociR
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Same here! Mine's been doing sterling service since 2000 and it still looks as good as the day we got it. I also have the smaller camping model, which confuses the locals no end as most people here bbq with gas.
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My old Genesis 1000 "red head" that is about 16 years old, refuses to die. The latest charcoal 26.75" kettle I got 5 years ago is going strong.

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I love my Webers...
They are Godzilla proof and immune to hociR
I had a previously owned Weber Ranch kettle for awhile. (too big for my family)


I mostly cook on a Performer.


Or a red kettle.


But this is my vintage pride and joy.


Yes, I'm a Weber grill nut.

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My old Genesis 1000 "red head" that is about 16 years old, refuses to die. The latest charcoal 26.75" kettle I got 5 years ago is going strong.
Here's a $30 craigslist redhead I fixed up for my son.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Yes, I'm a Weber grill nut.
Nothing wrong with that!
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