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    Grilled some flank steak marinated in teriyaki with grilled onions and grilled corn on the cob last night.

    If anyone likes grilled onions , throw a few slices on the grill and top them with butter and beef bullion granules while they cook. You have to play around with the amount of beef bullion, not a little but not a lot either. They are amazing.
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    Any advice or tips on grilling fish? Probablly something along the lines of salmon fillets. Any special prep work required for the grill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    The brisket wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, maybe I got lucky.. we did beer injected whole chicken yesterday, it took a lot longer than I expected but turned out great.
    Good to hear! Briskets are much easier than people expect them to be. I do hate how their price has skyrocketed over the years as people discovered how easy they are. Dang Texans on TV had to open their mouths.

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    Grilled lobster might be my new favorite food...

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    Great idea for a grilled onion.

    Get a large Vadalia onion. Cone out the top and a little on the bottom. Add butter and any combination of peppers, sausage, mushrooms, along with any spices you like and wrap in foil. It should look like an over sized Hersey's kiss when wrapped up. Put on the grill for 45min-1 hr. If done properly the onion will fall apart in a bowl.

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    Some of you BGPers are killing me with your grilling pics. You can't grill with Aluminum foil that is frying. SMH

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Humped Camel View Post
    Some of you BGPers are killing me with your grilling pics. You can't grill with Aluminum foil that is frying. SMH
    Not if you poke holes in the aluminum foil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuban Missile View Post
    Any advice or tips on grilling fish? Probablly something along the lines of salmon fillets. Any special prep work required for the grill?
    Go to Kroger. They will put a filet in a cooking bag with seasoning. butter and lemon slices. Depending on the filet bake approximately 18 minutes. Comes out perfect. It is by far the easieast way to cook fish. BTW they do not charge any thing for bag or seasonings. You just pay for the filet.

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    For salmon, I like to cut a lemon in half and squeeze lemon juice it. Then top it when lemon seasoning and lemon slices. Then wrap it in foil and bake it.

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    Changed up how we do ribs. Get a good rub on. on the grill high heat for 5 minutes. Take off grill. Sauce. Oven at 250 for about 3 hours. Back on the grill for about 10 minutes. Best we've done so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malachicrunch View Post
    Go to Kroger. They will put a filet in a cooking bag with seasoning. butter and lemon slices. Depending on the filet bake approximately 18 minutes. Comes out perfect. It is by far the easieast way to cook fish. BTW they do not charge any thing for bag or seasonings. You just pay for the filet.
    This is a grilling thread! I was looking for a good reply as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    This is a grilling thread! I was looking for a good reply as well.
    Okay, put it on a cedar plank on the grill. Hope you have the temp just right. Real easy to over cook fish on a grill. Put right on the grill and it could either stick or fall apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman View Post
    For salmon, I like to cut a lemon in half and squeeze lemon juice it. Then top it when lemon seasoning and lemon slices. Then wrap it in foil and bake it.
    Wow I got creamed for mentioning baking. Even though its by far the better way to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by malachicrunch View Post
    Wow I got creamed for mentioning baking. Even though its by far the better way to go...
    Well, I technically meant baking it in the grill but you can do this in your home oven as well

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