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What to do on a Sunny 72 degree day in Texas ?

post #1 of 14
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Make a fattie, beer can chicken, and bread of course.   icon_biggrin.gif

Made pizza last weekend so we took the leftover toppings to stuff the fattie (sausage, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, and of course cheese).

 

On to the grill

 

On to the grill.jpg

 

 

All done

 

Fattie done.jpg

Fattie cut open.jpg

Chicken Done.jpg

 

 

 

Bread on the grill

 

Bread on the grill.jpg

 

 

Lunch

Lunch.jpg


Edited by 02EBZ06 - 3/7/12 at 4:17am
post #2 of 14

Wow, great looking stuff!  Especially the lima beans! (I love 'em, many don't tho).  It was a great day here, I'm in Fort Worth.  Super Qview!  Now, to make your own Canadian bacon!  We'll show you how, it's not hard!

post #3 of 14

Great looking grub. Bread looks great. I love lima beans too.

post #4 of 14

Now I really do regret being to busy to stop and smoke this weekend. It was fantastic outside. Great looking Qview.

post #5 of 14

Great looking! Lima beans are always good, IMHO.

post #6 of 14

God Bless Texas!!

post #7 of 14
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Thanks for the replies.

 

Pops, I'm just north of you in Roanoke.

 

Bread cooked on the gill was really good (of course everything smoked is good).

We just started getting into making pizza and bread.

I always thought you just throw some flour, water, and yeast together and presto - bread.

Turns out there is a real science to it.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by 02EBZ06 View Post

Thanks for the replies.

 

Pops, I'm just north of you in Roanoke.

 

Bread cooked on the gill was really good (of course everything smoked is good).

We just started getting into making pizza and bread.

I always thought you just throw some flour, water, and yeast together and presto - bread.

Turns out there is a real science to it.

 

 

 


02EbZ06,

 

That looks awesome. I am just east of you in Gravevine. Maybe we should plan a meet of North Texas members. I count 3 right here, not sure how many more.
 

 

post #9 of 14

Great looking grub! Everything looks delicious!

post #10 of 14
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02EbZ06,

 

That looks awesome. I am just east of you in Gravevine. Maybe we should plan a meet of North Texas members. I count 3 right here, not sure how many more.
 

 

 

 That sounds like a plan.  I go thru there on way to work.

If we get together what would we do?  Oh, wait, BBQ !!!    sausage.gif


Don't know how many pellet grillers there are here but I am getting ready for a bulk pellet purchase if any DFW'ers are interested.

SUBMIT

 

post #11 of 14

Looks Great!!!

post #12 of 14

Beautiful work!  Great color, and great idea on the bread.icon14.gif

post #13 of 14

That's some GREAT lookin grub   02 !!!!

Tim

post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 

Thanks everyone

 

Best part was making sammies the next day on home made bread. Umm, Umm Good.

We used the chicken in tortillas with Hatch green chilies and a little hot sauce. Also very good.

I open the fridge several times a day just to smell the smoke. roflmao.gif

 

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