Sunday, July 29, 2007
But did leave it too long near the end and the juices got loose and flamed up - burned a little of the fish. But still it turned out darn nice. The sockeye with the run was OK. It took off the bite, but I just don't like that fish. Didn't try the sockeye in the lemon & butter though - so will have to reserve judgment on that one for now.
Saturday, July 14, 2007
I'm not really an onion ring guy - but Phil's are great.
Ready to eat - get the pulled pork sandwich. But be ready to eat a LOT.
Here's an article about Phil and how he got started.
Now go enjoy some BBQ!
Friday, July 6, 2007
Here they are before hitting the grill.
What's the secret? Dare I tell?
OK, so what I do is start with organic hamburger from Costco - yes, Costco. Then I add the secret ingredient (again, from Costco) - Kirkland Herbed Seafood Rub. Yeah - I know hamburger isn't seafood! But believe me - it is the best. How much do I add? A lot, more that I would normally add, then some more. It is always very, very good.
I let it sit in the refrigerator for 30-60 minutes before tossing on the hot BBQ, and then eat hot off the grill.
These are larger than your average burger. We stopped eating them on a bun after the first time - they are too big. We like our meat cooked pretty well, and I like to slow cook. These bad-boys sat on the heat for about 25 minutes. And yes - they were as good as always.
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