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Now we can have family over to sit outside I'm prepping ribs & a chuck for later today. Frost here (Warwickshire) at the moment, they say we could hit 15c by noon...😎..😆.

Hope everybody as a great time.....enjoy it folks..👍.

 

Ice.

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Hope it all goes well for you Ice. We had first of the season Garden Grill up

on Tuesday afternoon. Nice and simple, lit up my 30 odd year old outback

charcoal grill, cooked some Cumberland Sausage and spiced Chicken,toasted

some Garlic Bread and the missus did one of her salads. 

Get it done today 4c and Snow tomorrow.

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Did my cook yesterday, so I can enjoy the fruits of my labour today :) 

Maybe Texas chilli in the dutch oven using some of the brisket on Monday or if the weather is nice, get the pizza oven out & some sparkling french cider

 

Cheers n Gone Nick

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1 hour ago, AdamG said:

I did some hot smoked salmon on Friday, smash burgers on Saturday and a chicken tikka masala on Sunday...nothin planned for today though1

Have a good restyou deserve it...😉.

 

Ice.

 

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On 4/3/2021 at 9:41 PM, Ripple said:

Cooking wings, thighs, ribs and a leg of lamb tomorrow, fingers crossed for the weather

Had a bit of a panic that I didn’t have enough grill space so went out to get a kettle bbq, thought I would just buy a cheap one but everywhere was out of stock except B&Q and @£100 for a kettle that I knew I would be disappointed with, bought a Weber master touch

Did wings on the Weber @225f to have when our friends arrived, my wife made 3 different rubs from herby to hot and they turned out great, she is really getting into the bbq ing. It was really easy to control the temperature on the Webber. 
Main event was 2 racks of ribs, a leg of lamb that I boned and rolled, and some chicken thighs, all with different home made rubs and seared on the Webber, with a homemade bbq sauce on the side

Chicken was slightly overcooked, they were on the bottom grill which I guess is a bit hotter than the middle or top but I ran out of probes so couldn’t monitor 

Overall a really successful first big cook but I think I overestimated how much food 6 people could eat! Not to worry, had ribs for brunch and have leftover lamb for dinner

A fantastic day in the sun with friends, it almost felt like normality had returned 

 

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25 minutes ago, Ripple said:

Had a bit of a panic that I didn’t have enough grill space so went out to get a kettle bbq, thought I would just buy a cheap one but everywhere was out of stock except B&Q and @£100 for a kettle that I knew I would be disappointed with, bought a Weber master touch

Did wings on the Weber @225f to have when our friends arrived, my wife made 3 different rubs from herby to hot and they turned out great, she is really getting into the bbq ing. It was really easy to control the temperature on the Webber. 
Main event was 2 racks of ribs, a leg of lamb that I boned and rolled, and some chicken thighs, all with different home made rubs and seared on the Webber, with a homemade bbq sauce on the side

Chicken was slightly overcooked, they were on the bottom grill which I guess is a bit hotter than the middle or top but I ran out of probes so couldn’t monitor 

Overall a really successful first big cook but I think I overestimated how much food 6 people could eat! Not to worry, had ribs for brunch and have leftover lamb for dinner

A fantastic day in the sun with friends, it almost felt like normality had returned 

 

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looks great!👍😁

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19 hours ago, Ripple said:

Overall a really successful first big cook but I think I overestimated how much food 6 people could eat! Not to worry, had ribs for brunch and have leftover lamb for dinner

🤣  Same here Ripple...full rake, 2 chucks, burnt bits & a ring of Kielbasa..2 types of quiche's, new pots and salade... :th_INGardenbbq7:  all for 6 of us.

Ice.

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4 hours ago, Icefever said:

🤣  Same here Ripple...full rake, 2 chucks, burnt bits & a ring of Kielbasa..2 types of quiche's, new pots and salade... :th_INGardenbbq7:  all for 6 of us.

Ice.

no yellow fish ice?😜

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