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    Favourite barbecue food?

    So what is your favourite food to cook on the barbecue? Meat, vegetables, anything goes as long as you've tried it and liked it. Pictures would be good if possible but not compulsory1
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Lamb sish, chicken sish, lamb chops, halloumi and burgers!

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    Meat. Lots of it.

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    One from earlier today

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    Whole pineapples

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    Sardines.

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    I'm very fortunate to have been in the company of, and learnt from some great BBQ cooks, mainly Brazilians.

    I used to think i was pretty good on the grill until I experienced their food.

    You won't see any burgers below.






























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    Roe Buck and muntjac steaks, the muntjac done with some chilli and sesame seed MM mm mmm.

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    Oh that would be quite a long list then in some order I suppose - lobster and other large Crustacea ie gambas camaron alongside fish would be my fav followed by veg and meat. Good shout re pineapples, delish with fiery hot home made pepper sauce..
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    Ćevapi and pljeskavica. With onions and a beer... nirvana! :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by VDG View Post
    Good shout re pineapples, delish with fiery hot home made pepper sauce..
    Oh yeah


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    Wish I hadn't just read this, I am now officially extremely hungry! Give me MEAT!!!

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    Can't go wrong with ribs

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    Maltese sausage. A fine, meaty, salty, lumpy affair punctuated with coarsely ground peppercorns and coriander seeds, and truly the king of sausages in my humble opinion.

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    Some great suggestions guys, definitely some I hadn't thought of.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Minted venison and a good old fashioned steak does it for me, Iím going to give the pineapple ago as it sounds delicious

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    Meat and lots of it is my default response, but I do like to BBQ a nice bit of fish (I use Seabass but the wife likes Salmon too). I use lump wood charcoal or briquettes if I canít get lumps, and a Weber Kettle I think they call it.

    Halloumi is a definite, and I like to grill tomatoes too.

    Add a Simple salad and some cold beers and Iím sorted. Plus pudding (sweet tooth)


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    Some amazing eats above! my favorite is pork belly (costco salt and chilli boneless usually) slow cooked for around 2 hours with indirect heat.

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    The answer is MEAT.

    If anyone else answers differently, they are WRONG!
    :)

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    Now I feel completely inadequate - some of the BBQs on here are fantastic.

    I like fish on the BBQ and especially Dorada (Bream) when we are out in Spain, though it’s difficult to get here in middle England

    What are your top tips for getting fish skin crispy and stopping it sticking?
    I’ve tried sea salt with mixed results but recently been told to use pink sea salt flakes which I’ve yet to try.

    How do you know when a whole pineapple is cooked and what do you do with it when cooked?
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    #1 Steaks





    #2 Lamb chops



    Or in the winter #3 a lovely spicy stew




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    I really love pork ribs cooked on the bbq, tuscan style i.e. "rosticciana"



    and, of course the "fiorentina steak" a classic of the grill

    Last edited by Franco; 8th July 2019 at 14:12.

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    I love barbecue in the US with those ribs that fall off the bone and melt in the mouth steaks.

    Mahi Mahi and Sea Bass is good too.

    I'm starving now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by barreti View Post
    Now I feel completely inadequate - some of the BBQs on here are fantastic.

    I like fish on the BBQ and especially Dorada (Bream) when we are out in Spain, though itís difficult to get here in middle England

    What are your top tips for getting fish skin crispy and stopping it sticking?
    Iíve tried sea salt with mixed results but recently been told to use pink sea salt flakes which Iíve yet to try.

    How do you know when a whole pineapple is cooked and what do you do with it when cooked?
    Not dorada, but British (black) bream is similar and widely available in supermarkets etc.

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    Lamb


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    I tend to smoke on my Egg & grill on the Webers.

    Pork shoulder


    Ribs


    Not yet been hugely successful with brisket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by barreti View Post
    How do you know when a whole pineapple is cooked and what do you do with it when cooked?
    It needs to be warmed all the way through, generally when the outer layer starts to go quite soft.
    Then served in slices with a liberal dusting of this:


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taj%C3%ADn_(seasoning)

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    Bacon & Banana

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100thmonkey View Post
    Bacon & Banana

    Holoummi Squeeky Cheese
    Halloumi?

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    Lamb, Beef or Pork ribs and Halloumi


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    Quote Originally Posted by paw3001 View Post
    Lamb, Beef or Pork ribs and Halloumi


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    Try halloumi after the bbq with a bit of fig sauce or a slice of fig

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    Pineapple works well sliced, rubbed with a bit of oil then dusted with cinnamon and brown sugar



    *Love* grilled asparagus...oil, some salt mmmm....



    Protein-wise thereís nothing bad as long as you donít get an amateur scorching the a**e out of it over flames. A Weber Kettle with lid and vents is all you need...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mj2k View Post
    I tend to smoke on my Egg & grill on the Webers.

    Pork shoulder


    Ribs


    Not yet been hugely successful with brisket.


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    Those ribs look great. One to try I think!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Chicken thighs - either with teriyaki sauce or Nandoís sauce - nice and easy

    Halloumi - grilled and then cooked in a tray with soy and sweet chilli smothered in grilled red onion

    AndÖ. Sausages !!!!!

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    Haloumi and Corn on the cob.

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    Burgers and snags.

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    I admit I had to google Halloumi , never heard of it previously.

    Sounds alright though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Those ribs look great. One to try I think!
    Cheers.

    Pretty idiot proof too, I used to faff about with wrapping them with juice part way through, but stopped all that now.

    Have a look at www.amazingribs.com for a load of recipes, guides etc. Itís been my bible for what must be over 10yrs now.

    I find Costco ribs need about 4.5hrs at 225F and are pretty much perfect all the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mj2k View Post
    Cheers.

    Pretty idiot proof too, I used to faff about with wrapping them with juice part way through, but stopped all that now.

    Have a look at www.amazingribs.com for a load of recipes, guides etc. Itís been my bible for what must be over 10yrs now.

    I find Costco ribs need about 4.5hrs at 225F and are pretty much perfect all the time.


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    Thanks will check it out.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mj2k View Post
    I tend to smoke on my Egg & grill on the Webers.

    Pork shoulder


    Ribs


    Not yet been hugely successful with brisket.


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    How do you find using the Egg? Iím thinking of getting a Kamado - maybe the Kamado Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josep View Post
    How do you find using the Egg? Iím thinking of getting a Kamado - maybe the Kamado Joe.
    What does an egg do that a Weber doesnít?

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    I cook all year round on my bbq and have tried all sorts of various foods, but my favourite by far is the humble chicken wing (with lots of different seasonings).

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    Lamb

    Lamb and beer can chickens

    More chicken
    ....... you get the idea!


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    I did a beer can chicken recently on my weber, damn it was moist and tasty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    What does an egg do that a Weber doesnít?
    A Webber BBQ could probably do 90% of what a Kamado style grill can do, but the Kamado grills can get to a higher temperature for searing, and could probably maintain lower temperatures for longer to aid ďlow and slowĒ style cooking.

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    Marinate a leg of lamb in lemon and garlic over night then sear and slow cook away from the heat for hours and itís amazing


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