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Grilling

Turn up the heat. Brush up on your grilling technique with advice from Chowhounds on charcoal, grill types, best recipes, and more.

Chowhound's 13 Most Popular BBQ Recipes

You've got the grill. You've got the gadgets. You've even studied grilling tips from a pitmaster and researched the best meat delivery services so you're free-range, grass-fed, kosher victims are set...
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What did I buy? “Pork Steak Ready Shoulder Butt”

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by shinypenny 17 days ago

I was looking for pork shoulder for pulled pork and found this “Pork Steak Ready Shoulder Butt” so I thought why not. How would most people cook this? It’s 7.33 lbs.

Halibut or salmon collars... recipes/preparation ideas?

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by wabi 1 month ago

Every year I go to Alaska to fish for a week, and end up bringing home about 100 lbs of processed fish. This last year I brought home a bunch of salmon and halibut collars as I did not want that...

Reynolds Wrap ISO Chief Grilling Officer, deadline June 19

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

" . . . As CGO, you won’t need a comfy corner office because for two weeks in August, you’ll be busy tasting and savoring BBQ ribs from some of the top BBQ rib cities in the country. Along the way,...

Best Cooking Method for Shishito Peppers?

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by JENNYBEEAY 2 months ago

I love shishito peppers so much but find that they fall flat immediately after grilling them on a perforated grill pan. Does anyone have a tried and true method for cooking these perfectly?

No Stove, New BBQ - Need Recipes!

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by highlyunlikely 2 months ago

We just gutted our kitchen and are without a stove/oven for the next 2 weeks. Fortunately we just bought a brand new bbq that is arriving today. Would love some recommendations for what to make ...

Castro's Surf N Turf | King City - Salinas Valley

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

In November I slid into this taqueria counter located in a gas station convenience store shortly before 7pm closing. At that point, it had been open for ten months. Today it's still flying under th...

It's Trout Season Again!

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by jambrogi 3 months ago

My husband is a freshwater fisherman, and it sounds like he plans on bringing home trout for dinner tomorrow. I am very "meh" on trout as they are...well, bland. A couple of weeks ago, he cooked ...

Has anybody installed a charcoal grill in their kitchen?

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by Pwizduo 5 years ago

Do you ever actually use it? Did you add a chimney or will just having it under the hood be good enough? I love grilling and since I'm installing a new kitchen I always knew that I was going to ...

Salmon woes....

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by traceyck 6 months ago

First of all, I am committed to liking salmon no matter what. I don't care for the taste, but with my family history of heart disease, I must eat it. I had it one time and I liked it. I've had it a...

Cast Iron Indoor Grilling Options

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by JQ32 6 months ago

Context: Looking to grill mostly veggies, and occasionally chicken and fish ( flexitarian who doesn't eat red meat). I would also love to get those nice char marks on flat breads like pitas or tort...

Reverse Sear FAIL - Bone in ribeye on grill

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by blackbookali 7 months ago

So after reading numerous bits about the power of reverse searing I tried it over the weekend. The short of it is that my steak sailed past my goal temp by 15 degrees in the sear process. Here ...

Question About Food Safety and Utensils

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by ilikefajitas 2 years ago

I didn't cook much when I had to have a food safety course when I worked in a restaurant (50% off for FOH staff will do that). All I remember about that is the very firm confirmation that you shoul...

Grilling on electric grill

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by petemare 2 years ago

The condo we are renting doesn't have a gas bbq, but there is a weber electric grill. I've never grilled on electric before, any hints? Will probably do ribeye steaks shrimp skewers and burgers, a...

Is all oak created equal??

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by JMCa 8 months ago

We're taking down an oak tree to make way for a home addition. I have no idea what variety of oak it is, but I was thinking of saving some of the wood for the smoker. Are some varieties of oak bet...

Ideas for using rib meat that won't be smoked

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by chinaplate 10 months ago

My husband is smoking a giant slab of pork ribs today and following instructions from his new favorite cook book removed two pretty sizable portions of meat. Any thoughts on what I can do with this...

Braised Reversed Smoked "San Francisco" Ribs

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by sparky403 11 months ago

I have been making my ribs this way for the last dozen years or so -- always to rave reviews (or maybe my friends are just being nice and they eat all the ribs just to make me feel good:-). Anywa...

Pulled pork for 50

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by hwinters 11 months ago

We are hosting a bbq on Saturday afternoon. The head count is way more than expected. I'm a seasoned home chef and won't have any issues seasoning or cooking the pork shoulder but I do have some qu...

Really? London Broil is just good for grilling/broiling?

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by leanneabe 12 years ago

We had a pre-Superbowl party (oops, I mean Big Game XLI) and people brought food over (even though we told them we have plenty for the grill and smoker) so we ended up with the uncooked meats. I t...

Just have to brag about my Whole Cow cookout in Columbia SC in June

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by JeffRhinoBannister 12 months ago

We did serval types of meat. BBQ, Cochon de Lait pig, Whole Cow, Fish, lambs, chickens and more.