Used the Char-Griller as a grill on Sunday....

Discussion in 'Grilling Beef' started by rattlin_ram, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. rattlin_ram

    rattlin_ram Fire Starter

    Sunday was my first anniversary with my wife, so instead of going out and spending a bunch of money on a meal I may or may not really like.... I decided to cook us up a meal at home.... T-Bone Steak we get from a beef we buy from the neighbor, sprinkled with a little Lawry's, Tony Chacher's, and black pepper... The peppers were from our garden, stuffed with fiesta blend cheese, hamburger (from the same beef as the steaks), white rice, rotel, and some of my favorite BBQ sauce... 

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  2. meateater

    meateater Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    Looks great, I'd go for a plate of that.[​IMG]
     
  3. Congrats.....that steak is just right in my book. I had thought of

    smoking some stuffed bell peppers but haven't decided on what with, that

    mix of yours looks like it came out great...might go there..thanks...James
     
  4. I'd take a plate. That looks great. I do the same thing. I'd rather cook it myself. It costs less and it's usually better.
     
  5. rattlin_ram

    rattlin_ram Fire Starter

    Never been a huge fan of stuffed bell peppers until now... My wife has made them before, but they where kinda bland... and she cooked them in the oven, which is never a good idea when the heat index outside is well into triple digits... I decided to give it a try myself. I looked at several recipes online and just kind of made up my own from what I had in the cupboard.  I cut the peppers in half and cleaned them out, layered cheese, made up the stuffing and crammed them full, smothered in cheese, then threw them on the hot grill with a little hickory added on top of the coals for some smoke flavor...  smothered the grill and the bottom of the peppers with olive oil just so they wouldn't stick... 

    Stuffing was a couple cups of prepared minute rice, 1 can of drained rotel tomatoes and peppers, about a 1/4 cup of onion, about a 1/4 cup celery, about 1/2-3/4lb of ground beef, 1 tbsp worcestershire sauce, and just enough Countryside BBQ sauce to taste... Brown the ground beef with the onion and celery, drain, and mix it with everything else... 
     
  6. venture

    venture Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Great looking meal. Happy anniversary!

    Good luck and good smoking.
     
  7. smokinal

    smokinal Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator OTBS Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    That is a great looking meal you put together!
     

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