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post #21 of 29

yahoo.gif     Bear you ever cook fish in the dishwasher ? It comes out perfect.

post #22 of 29

I never did it.

My plumber told me about it, but then I saw Tim The Tool Man Taylor do it a couple times.   biggrin.gif

 

I thought about it, but two things contradict in my mind:

Closed package wouldn't allow steaming.

Open package could allow soap residues to get in.

 

I would have to know a lot more about how to do it, to try it.

 

Coming from you, I would believe it to be a good way.

 

 

Bear

post #23 of 29

Geez.  You'd pass up the opportunity to drive the neighbors crazy with the sweet lingering aroma of smoked salmon wafting thru the area?  You might as well boil your ribs before you grill them.  Same, Same.

 

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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

I never did it.

My plumber told me about it, but then I saw Tim The Tool Man Taylor do it a couple times.   biggrin.gif

 

I thought about it, but two things contradict in my mind:

Closed package wouldn't allow steaming.

Open package could allow soap residues to get in.

 

I would have to know a lot more about how to do it, to try it.

 

Coming from you, I would believe it to be a good way.

 

 

Bear



 

post #24 of 29

Regarding the sticking....I found some aluminum grill grate overlays at HD that seem to work well for me. Thy are made for ques but I cut them down to fit my smoker grates and spray them liberally . They are called Clean BBQ and are 12'' x 20". Depending on what you smoke you can re-use them and/or flip them over. Pretty slick and allow full smoke on the underside vs a piece of foil.

post #25 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

Regarding the sticking....I found some aluminum grill grate overlays at HD that seem to work well for me. Thy are made for ques but I cut them down to fit my smoker grates and spray them liberally . They are called Clean BBQ and are 12'' x 20". Depending on what you smoke you can re-use them and/or flip them over. Pretty slick and allow full smoke on the underside vs a piece of foil.


Thanks Willie!

 

I just went to their web site!

I gotta look at HD !

 

My dishwasher might stop complaining !

 

Bear

 

Bear

 

post #26 of 29

Beautiful Salmon, just had some grilled Sunday, but would love to have some smoked.

post #27 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

Regarding the sticking....I found some aluminum grill grate overlays at HD that seem to work well for me. Thy are made for ques but I cut them down to fit my smoker grates and spray them liberally . They are called Clean BBQ and are 12'' x 20". Depending on what you smoke you can re-use them and/or flip them over. Pretty slick and allow full smoke on the underside vs a piece of foil.


Thanks again for the tip, Chef Willie!!!

Had to go to HD today anyway---picked up a pack of "Clean BBQ".

My dishwasher liked the idea!!!

 

Bear

 

post #28 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chef Willie View Post

Regarding the sticking....I found some aluminum grill grate overlays at HD that seem to work well for me. Thy are made for ques but I cut them down to fit my smoker grates and spray them liberally . They are called Clean BBQ and are 12'' x 20". Depending on what you smoke you can re-use them and/or flip them over. Pretty slick and allow full smoke on the underside vs a piece of foil.


Dang, I got those too and never thought to flip them over to use the backside.  Well, I got my "learn something new everyday" goal accomplished for today.....guess I'll go take a nap or something.biggrin.gif
 

 

post #29 of 29

Looks good

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