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Old 08-29-2013, 01:31 PM   #1
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Talking Chitter Kettle Lamb Chops

Last week The Missus and I were in Florida celebrating her Mom's birthday. It was great to see everyone again, and I prepared a special meal consisting of an oak smoked boneless USDA choice rib roast on the Magic Chitter Kettle. What is a Chitter Kettle?

You can read all about it HERE.

Two nights later, I cooked up some lamb chops on the Chitter Kettle. They had been marinating overnight in olive oil, lots of chopped garlic, rosemary, and S&P.

I cooked them indirect with some oak for about 30 mins, then onto the hot side for a good sear. I didn't take pics of the cook as I had to cook the chops in the garage as we were in the middle of a massive downpour, but I did take pics of the finished product:





The chops were perfectly cooked, and were mighty tasty. The night before we left, I disassembled the Chitter Kettle and into the garage attic it went, where it will stay until our next visit...I think I actually miss that darned Chitter Kettle!

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Old 08-29-2013, 01:35 PM   #2
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Those look great!

Are you looking for a chitter kettle for home?
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And if so, can I have your good kettle?

Oh, nice chops there sir
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Looks great!
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Those look great!

Are you looking for a chitter kettle for home?
Ha! Not really...

I did think it would be a cool competition to have the contestants given crappy/broken down cookers and then have to improvise on the spot fixes within a fixed period of time and then have to cook on them.

Or maybe just a Chitter Kettle Cook Off!
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Old 08-29-2013, 02:10 PM   #6
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Looks great as usual Moose. That is easily one of my favorite cuts of meat. And it's not the cooker but the cook.
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Beautiful chops!
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Man. They almost look glazed. Very pretty.
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Whoever that fella was that said you need a $10,000 rig and a 2000lb roll of aluminum foil to turn out incredible chow needs tared & feathered.
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Looks delicious Moose!!
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Looks great from here
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I did think it would be a cool competition to have the contestants given crappy/broken down cookers and then have to improvise on the spot fixes within a fixed period of time and then have to cook on them.
Actually, that would be fun!
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My Dad always said, "It's the section between the rod handle and boat seat that count".

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