Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Does anyone know of a gas grill forum?




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Does anyone know of a gas grill forum?


This is probably as close as you will get.

http://www.grillforum.com/que/queboard/




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Does anyone know of a gas grill forum?





If you type gas grill forum into a google search engine, you will get:

http://www.google.com/search?q=gas+g...=&startPage=1;




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Beea wrote:

If you type gas grill forum into a google search engine, you will get:

http://www.google.com/search?q=gas+g...=&startPage=1;



No doubt. But he wants an intelligent, informed recommendation.
Referring him to a search engine is pointless.

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Kent wrote:
"piedmont" wrote in message
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Does anyone know of a gas grill forum?




http://lmgtfy.com/?q=gas%2Bgrill%2Bforum
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Beea wrote:

If you type gas grill forum into a google search engine, you will
get:

http://www.google.com/search?q=gas+g...=&startPage=1;


No doubt. But he wants an intelligent, informed recommendation.
Referring him to a search engine is pointless.

I was hoping that he could use his own intelligence and look through those
hits and find those listed forums. Maybe I was wrong in thinking that way?
Most people in this newsgroup aren't nearly as serious (or anal) as kent is
about gas grilling.


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Beea wrote:
"RegForte" wrote in message
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Beea wrote:

If you type gas grill forum into a google search engine, you
will get:

http://www.google.com/search?q=gas+g...=&startPage=1;


No doubt. But he wants an intelligent, informed recommendation.
Referring him to a search engine is pointless.

I was hoping that he could use his own intelligence and look through
those hits and find those listed forums. Maybe I was wrong in
thinking that way? Most people in this newsgroup aren't nearly as
serious (or anal) as kent is about gas grilling.


Welcome to Kent World. Y'all come back, ya hear.
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you, and to hear the lamentation of the women." -- Conan


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"Kent" wrote in message
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Again, there are potential posters who don't want to listen to
your brand of vitreole. A significant # of posters on this NG
grill on gas when they grill rather than que. You can also smoke
on a Weber gas.
How's the trolling today? Slow, I'd guess.


Let's try for a really GOOD troll:

Obama has a gas grill and is thinking of adding charcoal
briquettes to get a good smoke flavor to the Prime Rib he's going
to Barbeque for the Seasonal Holiday Celebration this month. He
is cautioned that his Health Insurance wouldn't cover burns from
the igniter fluid exploding in his gas grill, so he wants to know
what brand of Liquid Smoke would be best to brush on the thin
slices of Prime Rib after he carves it. The Prime Rib will be
cooked to an internal temperature of 275f, and he's hoping that
the beef will suit most of his guests, but since the Jews and
Muslims cannot eat pork and the vegetarians won't eat meat, he
also wonders if there are any suggested recipes for barbecued
tofu.


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Nonny

What does it mean when drool runs
out of both sides of a drunken
Congressmanís mouth?

The floor is level.





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"Nonny" wrote in message
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"Kent" wrote in message
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Again, there are potential posters who don't want to listen to your brand
of vitreole. A significant # of posters on this NG grill on gas when they
grill rather than que. You can also smoke on a Weber gas.
How's the trolling today? Slow, I'd guess.


Let's try for a really GOOD troll:

Obama has a gas grill and is thinking of adding charcoal briquettes to get
a good smoke flavor to the Prime Rib he's going to Barbeque for the
Seasonal Holiday Celebration this month. He is cautioned that his Health
Insurance wouldn't cover burns from the igniter fluid exploding in his gas
grill, so he wants to know what brand of Liquid Smoke would be best to
brush on the thin slices of Prime Rib after he carves it. The Prime Rib
will be cooked to an internal temperature of 275f, and he's hoping that
the beef will suit most of his guests, but since the Jews and Muslims
cannot eat pork and the vegetarians won't eat meat, he also wonders if
there are any suggested recipes for barbecued tofu.


--
Nonny


Nonny, as I recall, you do most, if not all of your smoking and grilling
over gas.

Cheers,

Kent

BTW Nonny, I do enjoy and appreciate your insights about grilling and
smoking. You're one of a small number.





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"Nunya Bidnits" wrote in message
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Nonny said:
"Kent" wrote in message
...

Again, there are potential posters who don't want to listen to
your brand of vitreole. A significant # of posters on this NG
grill on gas when they grill rather than que. You can also smoke
on a Weber gas.
How's the trolling today? Slow, I'd guess.


Let's try for a really GOOD troll:

Obama has a gas grill and is thinking of adding charcoal
briquettes to get a good smoke flavor to the Prime Rib he's going
to Barbeque for the Seasonal Holiday Celebration this month. He
is cautioned that his Health Insurance wouldn't cover burns from
the igniter fluid exploding in his gas grill, so he wants to know
what brand of Liquid Smoke would be best to brush on the thin
slices of Prime Rib after he carves it. The Prime Rib will be
cooked to an internal temperature of 275f, and he's hoping that
the beef will suit most of his guests, but since the Jews and
Muslims cannot eat pork and the vegetarians won't eat meat, he
also wonders if there are any suggested recipes for barbecued
tofu.


You asked for it! ;-)

I suggested they grill Rush Limbaugh. However the White House responded
that
there may be an issue of chemical contamination from mega-doses of
restricted narcotic pharmaceuticals and saturation with nicotine and and
other carcinogens which have likely found their way into the meat.
Therefore
said meat cannot pass EPA inspection for carcinogens and toxins. However
this still leaves considerable amounts of blubber, but since White House
Chef Comerford insists on a low fat regime, he must be trimmed down to
lean,
and Speaker Pelosi has suggested that the blubber be donated to hungry
Inuit
tribespeople. Reports suggest however that the Inuit consider the blubber
to
be infested with evil spirits and will likely reject the offer. Any
remaining uncontaminated meat will probably be too aged, tough, and
fibrous
even for jerkey, but the Inuit have indicated they would accept it for use
in making sinew to sew skins onto their canoes. They also requested the
skin
itself, saying it would make a handsomely large canoe for their Chieftan.
However they specifically asked that the rectum and mouth be excised from
the hide before shipping, lest there be some confusion between the two.

MartyB in KC

Take a listen to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=UZkvkLmkYVg



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"Kent" wrote in message
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"Nonny" wrote in message
...

"Kent" wrote in message
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Again, there are potential posters who don't want to listen to
your brand of vitreole. A significant # of posters on this NG
grill on gas when they grill rather than que. You can also
smoke on a Weber gas.
How's the trolling today? Slow, I'd guess.


Let's try for a really GOOD troll:

Obama has a gas grill and is thinking of adding charcoal
briquettes to get a good smoke flavor to the Prime Rib he's
going to Barbeque for the Seasonal Holiday Celebration this
month. He is cautioned that his Health Insurance wouldn't
cover burns from the igniter fluid exploding in his gas grill,
so he wants to know what brand of Liquid Smoke would be best to
brush on the thin slices of Prime Rib after he carves it. The
Prime Rib will be cooked to an internal temperature of 275f,
and he's hoping that the beef will suit most of his guests, but
since the Jews and Muslims cannot eat pork and the vegetarians
won't eat meat, he also wonders if there are any suggested
recipes for barbecued tofu.


--
Nonny


Nonny, as I recall, you do most, if not all of your smoking and
grilling over gas.


Grilling is over gas, nowadays, and I have a separate IR grill for
steaks and things I like with a char-rare bent. Smoking is by a
Bradley smoker, which can do hot or cold smoking with ease. We
now live in a neighborhood with small yard and no place to really
do any pre-burn like it used to be.




Cheers,

Kent

BTW Nonny, I do enjoy and appreciate your insights about
grilling and smoking. You're one of a small number.







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Nonny

What does it mean when drool runs
out of both sides of a drunken
Congressmanís mouth?

The floor is level.



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"Nunya Bidnits" wrote in
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Nonny said:
"Kent" wrote in message
...

Again, there are potential posters who don't want to listen to
your brand of vitreole. A significant # of posters on this NG
grill on gas when they grill rather than que. You can also
smoke
on a Weber gas.
How's the trolling today? Slow, I'd guess.


Let's try for a really GOOD troll:

Obama has a gas grill and is thinking of adding charcoal
briquettes to get a good smoke flavor to the Prime Rib he's
going
to Barbeque for the Seasonal Holiday Celebration this month.
He
is cautioned that his Health Insurance wouldn't cover burns
from
the igniter fluid exploding in his gas grill, so he wants to
know
what brand of Liquid Smoke would be best to brush on the thin
slices of Prime Rib after he carves it. The Prime Rib will be
cooked to an internal temperature of 275f, and he's hoping that
the beef will suit most of his guests, but since the Jews and
Muslims cannot eat pork and the vegetarians won't eat meat, he
also wonders if there are any suggested recipes for barbecued
tofu.


You asked for it! ;-)


There, I knew someone would go for it. grin I forgot to mention
that the vegetarians were Jayhawks. double grin

Nonny



I suggested they grill Rush Limbaugh. However the White House
responded that
there may be an issue of chemical contamination from mega-doses
of
restricted narcotic pharmaceuticals and saturation with nicotine
and and
other carcinogens which have likely found their way into the
meat. Therefore
said meat cannot pass EPA inspection for carcinogens and toxins.
However
this still leaves considerable amounts of blubber, but since
White House
Chef Comerford insists on a low fat regime, he must be trimmed
down to lean,
and Speaker Pelosi has suggested that the blubber be donated to
hungry Inuit
tribespeople. Reports suggest however that the Inuit consider
the blubber to
be infested with evil spirits and will likely reject the offer.
Any
remaining uncontaminated meat will probably be too aged, tough,
and fibrous
even for jerkey, but the Inuit have indicated they would accept
it for use
in making sinew to sew skins onto their canoes. They also
requested the skin
itself, saying it would make a handsomely large canoe for their
Chieftan.
However they specifically asked that the rectum and mouth be
excised from
the hide before shipping, lest there be some confusion between
the two.

MartyB in KC



--
Nonny

What does it mean when drool runs
out of both sides of a drunken
Congressmanís mouth?

The floor is level.



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On Dec 7, 3:28*pm, "Kent" wrote:

Take a listen to this:http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=UZkvkLmkYVg


No.

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