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Old 10-25-2013, 11:24 PM   #1
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I made this for the gravy throwdown! But, can't enter it since it wasn't cooked on the grill... So, here you go!







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Old 10-25-2013, 11:31 PM   #2
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:44 PM   #3
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I did't see where in the rules that it had to be cooked on the grill. just my $.02
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:47 PM   #4
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Guess you can always clean out your oven.

BTW that looks lovely
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:13 AM   #5
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Gravy throwdown??? I don't know about that, but I do know that this dish looks amazing. I'd eat it, I'd eat two. Beautiful plating indeed!
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You newbies need to read the farkin "Throwdown", rules. Unless it states its open, it HAS to be cooked
Over charcoal or wood...unless specicied by the previous, "Throwdown" winner...
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My appologies Pat you are correct I should read the rules before I enter, I guess thats why I haven't entered.
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:35 AM   #8
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Nice looking plate either way.
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That does look tasty for sure.
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That does look great.

I checked the rules and it says grilled or smoked but I didn't see that it has to be wood or charcoal. Did I read that wrong. I was planning to do something but not with wood or charcoal.
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That does look great.

I checked the rules and it says grilled or smoked but I didn't see that it has to be wood or charcoal. Did I read that wrong. I was planning to do something but not with wood or charcoal.
You read it right. We opened it up a while back to include gas or electric grills or smokers. Come join the fun!
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I made this for the gravy throwdown! But, can't enter it since it wasn't cooked on the grill... So, here you go!
That looks great! Just because it wasn't cooked on the grill doesn't mean that we don't want the details!
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That does look great.

I checked the rules and it says grilled or smoked but I didn't see that it has to be wood or charcoal. Did I read that wrong. I was planning to do something but not with wood or charcoal.
Then go for it. Grilled as in charcoal, wood and or gasser, Smoked as in offset, WSM, UDS, OTG or a chip pack in a gasser. Just have to cook it over fire. Also remember to state at the beginning "This is my entry" and at the end "This is my entry shot" within your post. And the special rule for the Gravy TD is that the gravy MUST be made from the drippings of the cooked protein. Other than that you good to go. The Lamb TD has no special rules, just Cook lamb over fire.................simple. Welcome to the TD and Good Luck
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It funny to me that it didn't even occur to me that it should be grilled or smoked until after I had peeped it and **** the photos... So, I finally read the rules. No worries.

I'll do some lamb next week! With fire!
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That looks great! Just because it wasn't cooked on the grill doesn't mean that we don't want the details!
Details.

The meat was braised in the Dutch oven with beef stock and Malbec till fork tender. Toss in the veg about an hour before it was pulled out of the oven.

The gravy is the braising liquid was simmered with a shallot and reduced till it coated a spoon. I strained it put it back on the heat then thickens with a little corn starch slurry. Pulled off the heat and stirred in a little butter.

The mash is a roasted butternut mash.
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