The Ultimate BBQ Thread

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Brunswick stew -- a traditional accompaniment to Georgia style pulled pork and ribs. Made with a pork shoulder, a whole chicken, onions, peas, corn, tomatoes, Texas Pete, ketchup, salt and pepper and apple cider vinegar. The key is the smoked flavor in the meat.

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Owned a Lg green egg for years, strongly recommend them. all depends on what your mission in cooking is. They are great for a family for grilling and let you smoke things also. Kind of a pain using them in the winter here in CO though but anything would be tough. I sold mine last year to get a Yoder (yet to pull the trigger)to go with my dedicated smoker Cookshack FEC 100.

I wouldn't hesitate to buy another green egg, took me about 1 time cooking on it till justify the price. If taken care of it will be the last one you own!
 
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Owned a Lg green egg for years, strongly recommend them. all depends on what your mission in cooking is. They are great for a family for grilling and let you smoke things also. Kind of a pain using them in the winter here in CO though but anything would be tough. I sold mine last year to get a Yoder (yet to pull the trigger)to go with my dedicated smoker Cookshack FEC 100.

I wouldn't hesitate to buy another green egg, took me about 1 time cooking on it till justify the price. If taken care of it will be the last one you own!
I also have a cookshack. Used it a couple of days ago for beef ribs. Great for when you want no muss no fuss. I usually put a stainless steel water container in mine to keep things from drying out too much.
 
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Any HitchFire grill users? Trying to decide between this or the webber Q, but like the option of not having to store the grill in the back of the truck. Not sure about using the hitch for the grill storage, but like how much bigger it is.
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Any HitchFire grill users? Trying to decide between this or the webber Q, but like the option of not having to store the grill in the back of the truck. Not sure about using the hitch for the grill storage, but like how much bigger it is.
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You might have better luck in the camping section. This thread is for BBQ cooking.
 

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I have no claim to be any sort of cook or chef. However, I like to eat well when i go camping and do it up on the fire (duh). I have been doing up some pretty good dinners the last few times out and am going to keep that going.

These are stuffed shrooms and chicken breast. I stuff them with fire roasted bacon, peppers, cheese and shrooms.

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I marinated them for a day in Guinness and spices.

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