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Cooking on my new toy

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Got to do a "real" cook on my new to me Weber Q. I call it a test run. Just some boneless chicken thighs and carne asada. This Weber Q works great.
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Plated with chorizo beans and salsa verde.
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Thanks for looking.

-Tony
post #2 of 7

Tony

 It looks great! tell us what you did.

Happy smoken.

David

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Tony
 It looks great! tell us what you did.
Happy smoken.
David

I cheated this time..
The chicken was already marinated and so was the meat. The meat market gave me am option on what I wanted. I took the easy way. I will do a cook and post details on my marinades for carne asada.
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I cheated this time..
The chicken was already marinated and so was the meat. The meat market gave me am option on what I wanted. I took the easy way. I will do a cook and post details on my marinades for carne asada.

Well if it tasted as good as it looks. I'll let you out of thepb.gif

David

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Well if it tasted as good as it looks. I'll let you out of thepb.gif

David

Thanks.
Don't forget I'm new here...lol
post #6 of 7
Cheating or not... it was cooked by ya... and it looks mighty fine... keep it up ;)
Mike
post #7 of 7

Looks good to me  icon14.gif  As you gain experience & confidence chances are you will probably want to start making your own marinades & rubs so that the meats you smoke are "all yours" & you have full control over the flavor profile  beercheer.gif

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