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  • steelo Posts: 2440
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    20 Jan 2019 05:54 PM
    Thank you for the offer Mr S. I look forward to making the trip. Plus I need to see the RG in person.
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    15 Jul 2019 09:16 PM

    in the BBQ ready to go

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    fresh out

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    Serving up, Beef Ribs, Chicken Wings and Legs, Beef Sausages, Cashews and a side dish of Beans

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  • Far Canal Posts: 1631
    Motor Head Far Canal
    16 Jul 2019 02:48 PM
    YUM!
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    26 Jul 2019 12:02 AM
    Quick cook for some work food, will take in the pork for sandwiches for the next few days, the lamb chops and herb sausages lunch, some cashews for a snack (I like them), the corn was an experiment, will be for tea tomorrow night

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    HD Forums Australia - Mix.jpg


    I should have cut the pork to show how moist it was
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  • Spook Posts: 2482
    Saffastraya
    Motor Head Spook
    26 Jul 2019 05:41 AM
    What can one say but................................CHOLESTEROL HEAVEN!..........................Hahahahahahahaaha
  • JamesJ Posts: 565
    Performance Poster JamesJ
    31 Jul 2019 04:11 PM
    Quoting Far Canal on 16 Jul 2019 02:48 PM
    YUM!
    +1
  • JamesJ Posts: 565
    Performance Poster JamesJ
    31 Jul 2019 04:13 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 26 Jul 2019 12:02 AMedited: 26 Jul 2019 12:03 AM
    Quick cook for some work food, will take in the pork for sandwiches for the next few days, the lamb chops and herb sausages lunch, some cashews for a snack (I like them), the corn was an experiment, will be for tea tomorrow night

    HD Forums Australia - cashews.jpg



    HD Forums Australia - Mix.jpg


    I should have cut the pork to show how moist it was
    HD Forums Australia - pork.jpg

    Cheers to a True Aussie gourmand
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    04 Aug 2019 08:22 PM
    Beef ribs

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    does anyone else use there BBQ's during winter??
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2554
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    05 Aug 2019 06:54 AM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 04 Aug 2019 08:22 PMedited: 04 Aug 2019 08:23 PM
    Beef ribs

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1740.jpg


    does anyone else use there BBQ's during winter??
    Soapbox, good results!!
    what type BBQ are you using?
    I just got a charcoal BBQ & a coal chimney to get the coal's ready quicker. have only used it twice. & with two different coal's, big difference in the way the two difference coals burn & the length of time they stay hot. but cooked beef snags & greek snags great just, first time the coals were real hot for over 4 hours. second time different coal's real hot for only half an hour then they still cooked but real slowly for two more hours. 
    So if your using coal's would be good to get tips on best coals or wood.

    Just looked your's looks like a coal BBQ, but your's larger than mine.


  • JamesJ Posts: 565
    Performance Poster JamesJ
    05 Aug 2019 12:46 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 04 Aug 2019 08:22 PMedited: 04 Aug 2019 08:23 PM
    Beef ribs

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1740.jpg


    does anyone else use there BBQ's during winter??
    Such a good point 
    A true bbq’r should never be deterred by weather!
    By way of analogy I drive a convertible car with a ski jacket in winter and a sun hat and sunscreen on a 40 degree day-roof down unless it’s raining!
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    05 Aug 2019 10:29 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 04 Aug 2019 08:22 PMedited: 04 Aug 2019 08:23 PM
    Beef ribs

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1740.jpg


    does anyone else use there BBQ's during winter??
    Quoting Krash Kinkade on 05 Aug 2019 06:54 AMedited: 05 Aug 2019 06:56 AM
    Soapbox, good results!!
    what type BBQ are you using?
    I just got a charcoal BBQ & a coal chimney to get the coal's ready quicker. have only used it twice. & with two different coal's, big difference in the way the two difference coals burn & the length of time they stay hot. but cooked beef snags & greek snags great just, first time the coals were real hot for over 4 hours. second time different coal's real hot for only half an hour then they still cooked but real slowly for two more hours. 
    So if your using coal's would be good to get tips on best coals or wood.

    Just looked your's looks like a coal BBQ, but your's larger than mine.


    My BBQ Offset Smoker
    My Charcoal I get from Bunnings
    My Heat beads

    I use the chimney with the heat beads, then into the firebox and preheat the smoker, when the temp gets to 100C, I will put in about to of the charcoal and a 1 foot wood on, around 125C in goes the food, check every 20 minutes for smoke and add another piece, do this for 2 hours, put on about 10-15 more charcoal. cook in the BBQ for anouther 3 hours, then when the temp starts to drop off, I will wrap in alfoil (make a boat) put in 500ml of liquid stock and bring it into the kitchen and use the oven at 125 for 3 more hours while the internal temp gets up to "cooked" (I save my money from using charcoal) then wrap the lot in a beach towel for a minimum of 2 hours

    after I use a piece of wood, I replace it with a new piece that is sitting at the back of the hotbox "seasoning"

    I have done a complete cook using straight wood, but it can get a bit hard controlling the temp as it can get very hot very fast, so I get a good base of coals first then add sticks for smoke but it takes a bit of time before the food goes in

    Its all fun to me, the wife and kids love it, and my crew love the meat I bring in

  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2554
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    06 Aug 2019 08:59 AM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 04 Aug 2019 08:22 PMedited: 04 Aug 2019 08:23 PM
    Beef ribs

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_1740.jpg


    does anyone else use there BBQ's during winter??
    Quoting Krash Kinkade on 05 Aug 2019 06:54 AMedited: 05 Aug 2019 06:56 AM
    Soapbox, good results!!
    what type BBQ are you using?
    I just got a charcoal BBQ & a coal chimney to get the coal's ready quicker. have only used it twice. & with two different coal's, big difference in the way the two difference coals burn & the length of time they stay hot. but cooked beef snags & greek snags great just, first time the coals were real hot for over 4 hours. second time different coal's real hot for only half an hour then they still cooked but real slowly for two more hours. 
    So if your using coal's would be good to get tips on best coals or wood.

    Just looked your's looks like a coal BBQ, but your's larger than mine.


    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 05 Aug 2019 10:29 PM
    My BBQ Offset Smoker
    My Charcoal I get from Bunnings
    My Heat beads

    I use the chimney with the heat beads, then into the firebox and preheat the smoker, when the temp gets to 100C, I will put in about to of the charcoal and a 1 foot wood on, around 125C in goes the food, check every 20 minutes for smoke and add another piece, do this for 2 hours, put on about 10-15 more charcoal. cook in the BBQ for anouther 3 hours, then when the temp starts to drop off, I will wrap in alfoil (make a boat) put in 500ml of liquid stock and bring it into the kitchen and use the oven at 125 for 3 more hours while the internal temp gets up to "cooked" (I save my money from using charcoal) then wrap the lot in a beach towel for a minimum of 2 hours

    after I use a piece of wood, I replace it with a new piece that is sitting at the back of the hotbox "seasoning"

    I have done a complete cook using straight wood, but it can get a bit hard controlling the temp as it can get very hot very fast, so I get a good base of coals first then add sticks for smoke but it takes a bit of time before the food goes in

    Its all fun to me, the wife and kids love it, and my crew love the meat I bring in

    Hey thanks for that!!
    All your cooking looks perfect!!
  • See you NT Posts: 147
    Darwin
    Stock Poster See you NT
    16 Aug 2019 02:17 PM
    What’s winter????? :-)
  • Humbug Posts: 441
    Darwin
    Stage 1 Poster Humbug
    19 Aug 2019 09:42 AM
    Quoting See you NT on 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PMedited: 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PM
    What’s winter????? :-)
    It's what we are going through now See you NT. Geez mate it was down to 10 deg the other morning I had jacket and gloves on. Bloody freezing in Darwin.
  • Baloffski Posts: 1703
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    19 Aug 2019 07:31 PM
    Quoting See you NT on 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PMedited: 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PM
    What’s winter????? :-)
    Quoting Humbug on 19 Aug 2019 09:42 AM
    It's what we are going through now See you NT. Geez mate it was down to 10 deg the other morning I had jacket and gloves on. Bloody freezing in Darwin.
    God down to 10 degrees, don;t know how ya handle it?
    We had a top of 10 degrees, phew!
    Don't look at this topic until had some food, or would be drooling all over the keyboard, thanks soap, looks amazingly good tucker.
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    19 Aug 2019 09:01 PM
    Quoting See you NT on 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PMedited: 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PM
    What’s winter????? :-)
    Quoting Humbug on 19 Aug 2019 09:42 AM
    It's what we are going through now See you NT. Geez mate it was down to 10 deg the other morning I had jacket and gloves on. Bloody freezing in Darwin.
    Quoting Baloffski on 19 Aug 2019 07:31 PMedited: 19 Aug 2019 07:33 PM
    God down to 10 degrees, don;t know how ya handle it?
    We had a top of 10 degrees, phew!
    Don't look at this topic until had some food, or would be drooling all over the keyboard, thanks soap, looks amazingly good tucker.
    cheers Baloffski, tomorrow I am doing some yard/pool cleaning so I will be cooking some Maryland chicken and a chuck steak

    I will get up a couple pics
  • JamesJ Posts: 565
    Performance Poster JamesJ
    20 Aug 2019 08:31 AM
    Quoting See you NT on 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PMedited: 16 Aug 2019 02:17 PM
    What’s winter????? :-)
    Quoting Humbug on 19 Aug 2019 09:42 AM
    It's what we are going through now See you NT. Geez mate it was down to 10 deg the other morning I had jacket and gloves on. Bloody freezing in Darwin.
    no sympathy from the southerners ...
    We are lucky to get up to 10 degrees in the middle of the day!
    You sound like us trying to tell Canadians we are cold! 
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    20 Aug 2019 05:09 PM
    couple chuck steaks
    normally for stewing but come out the slow cook real well
    left (lighter) one has a mustard, vinegar and spice
    Right has a standard beef rub, salt, pepper, brown sugar, onion and garlic powder


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  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3325
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    20 Aug 2019 05:30 PM
    Spicy chicken pieces

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