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Grill covered in snow

michael ark

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So it snowed last night.Tonight  it's falling out of the trees and hitting the roof like a wet beach towel.So  grilling out on the deck under said trees is out.But i have a good fire going in the fire place.The steaks are black Angus sirloin .





The bed of coal was over 900f by my IR.



Resting.





Bear view



Garlic potato's and time to eat.
 
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oldschoolbbq

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Great looking steaks, I wish I had a fireplace, I'm jealous.......
 

mossymo

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Great way to replan with a changing situation... steak and potato's look awesome!
 

scarbelly

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Great looking steaks. I had to convert my fireplace to gas because it would not draw properly and I so miss doing that kind of thing. 
 

shooterrick

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Been there done that.  When I lived in Missouri the wood stove and fireplace was all we had when the power would go out so you make it work.  Good JOb!
 

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Yumm

Looks very good.
 

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looks great.
 

dewetha

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Oh yeah! Love it. Now I have a reason to get a fireplace in my next house

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They look great! Perfectly done!
 

ptcruiserguy

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Very nice lookin' meal, and a good brain storm using the fireplace.

I think I have a couple of grates that will just fit into my fireplace. I will

have to soon give that a try.

Happy Smokin'

Mike
 

frosty

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Nicely done. Don't need to be wearing a hard hat on the patio!
 

michael ark

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Thanks for commenting nepas,al,raptor,ahron,bmudd,frosty. Solaryellow i'm afraid it would be cold by the time it got their.
Dewetha this house has two and i love it
.Pictures guy the grates are off my GOSM.
 

garyinmd

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I like it.  I need to get a new grate for the inside of my fire place, was not going to be fussy about the size until now.  Between the MES 30, gas grill, and SFB must have a grate that will fit on top.

Gary
 

big andy a

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That was my Dad's favorite way to grill.  He had a cheap hibachi style grill - this was in the 70's - that he kept in the fireplace just for steaks and chicken.  Even though we lived in California and snow was NOT a problem where we lived he still preferred the hibachi so he could watch a baseball game while keeping an eye on the grill.  

Good looking meal.

Curt.
 

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