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Old 07-22-2012, 05:03 PM   #91
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CD... Is this ^^^^^ the one I touched up (below), or did you do one too?



Nevermind... Now that I look at them both, I can see yours looks better...
You did a good job on the color balance. On mine, I enhanced the color saturation just on the bread, and sharpened the overall image.

You are on the right track.

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Old 07-22-2012, 05:03 PM   #92
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That looks Awesome KH BBQ! Great entry!
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:07 PM   #93
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Ok cd i see what you did it took me a little to see you made the color better. I like yours better.
Yeah, I occasionally fix photos for people. I could tell that you made a good burger, so I wanted to make it look more like what I think it tasted like.

BTW, be sure to look at the Photography Tips and Tricks thread in the Throwdown forum. A lot of good information is shared in there.

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Old 07-22-2012, 08:07 PM   #94
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Here' my entry into the Sandwich Throwdown. I call it "DOH Fibrillator"
Smoked poilsh, bacon, burger, chedder and peeper jack cheese, on a buttah toasted bun with ketchup and Uncle Phil's Polish mustard. Some onion, pickles and hot sport peppers. Oh, is this good. Some before and the last pic is my entry............
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Old 07-22-2012, 08:18 PM   #95
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This is my official entry into the Sandwich throwdown.

My first thought was a chili dog, but with the temps hovering at 100º for the next couple of days, that didn't seem like such a good idea. I then started thinking about burgers, but I knew that a normal burger was not going to be anything special, so I though about how I could take it a little further.

Here are the pics. Enjoy. I know I did.

4 hand formed patties sitting on the counter for about 30 minutes



granulated garlic, lawry's seasoned salt and black pepper on both sides


fresh cut tomato and red onion. please add on any additional unicorn points available


home made bread and butter pickles


burgers off the grill, one with extra hot pepper jack cheese


sara lee honey wheat bread and a mixture of egg, milk and cinnamon sugar


french toast on the weber


building the sandwich


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finished burger. use this one for my entry


all gone


I was surprised because I though I had a little too much milk in the egg mixture, but it was fine. It tasted great!

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Old 07-22-2012, 08:56 PM   #96
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Mighty Fine Entries Guys! ^^^^^
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Old 07-22-2012, 09:13 PM   #97
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Bacon wrapped and stuffed Chicken breasts with jalapeno on Texas Toast:

A Friend went down South and brought these back from Charlie T's:





Rocking the neighborhood at 1 watt per channel. Giving the Mighty WSM a rest:



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There was a runt in the litter, pulled it eary and kept on Chooglin':



Hit the stuffing with the Therapen. Chick temp was around 168*F. :



Now for my specialty, TOAST! :



Chopped and plated with sides and a spare breast. Please use pic below for the TD:



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Old 07-22-2012, 09:21 PM   #98
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Bacon wrapped and stuffed Chicken breasts with jalapeno on Texas Toast:

A Friend went down South and brought these back from Charlie T's:





Rocking the neighborhood at 1 watt per channel. Giving the Mighty WSM a rest:



The flip:



There was a runt in the litter, pulled it eary and kept on Chooglin':



Hit the stuffing with the Therapen. Chick temp was around 168*F. :



Now for my specialty, TOAST! :



Chopped and plated with sides and a spare breast. Please use pic below for the TD:



Thanks for Lookin' !
That looks awesome!
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Old 07-22-2012, 09:23 PM   #99
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Here is my official entry for the sandwich throwdown. Wasn't planning on entering but a camera was present while I was making a dish that could hit both this and the kebab throwdown so I had to go for it!

Full cook thread can be found here:
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Old 07-22-2012, 11:59 PM   #100
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Fantastic entries, brothers.

Pyrotech -- that is exactly the kind of sandwich I would want to eat at the track, looks delicious

KnucklHed -- done it again, where do I start? Homemade kraut for one, love it. Do you make sour cabbage heads for cabbage rolls, too? We used to buy them and now make them better than the store. Love the homemade bratwurst, loved the pulled pork, love farkin' all of it, beautiful pics of the sandwiches. Great performance!

Toast -- yeah, you do make beautiful toast! The grilled chicken in blankets is mouthwatering as is the whole sandwich with sides. Yes, I'm drooling again. I loved the fun touches of story with the 1 watt boom box and pulling out the runt of the litter.

Elrik -- I read the whole thread, what a great idea to bring us with you to the beach! Brilliant cook and the flavours look divine, both for the sandwich and that salad with strawberries no less. I'm hungry. Good looking entry.
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:49 AM   #101
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Please accept this as my entry.

I'm not really expecting to garner many votes for this, based on what I've seen so far. But, the sammiches were made, the pics were taken, there's no shame in posting them! I got called in to work early today, so I didn't have time to plate everything and get really good pictures. In fact, my wife took the pics because I had to head out in a hurry. It's a shame, as my veggie really turned out to be the star of the show today. I also forgot to take action shots (I'm still getting used to posting pr0n, and don't always think it through). That being said, my cook went as follows:

7.5 lb butt. I fired up the WSM at about 6:30 this morning. I knew I was going to be under a time crunch due to work, so I cooked a bit hotter than I usually do (ran between 275-300; I usually run closer to 250), with the idea of pulling it off at about 4 pm. I rubbed with Three Little Pigs' Touch of Cherry, and used the Chris Lilly injection (minus half the salt). I used KB with cherry and pecan chunks. Everything was ready and my temps were dialed in by 7:30, so I tossed the butt on at that time. Went to church, came back and made some "semi homemade" coleslaw. I then took a buttercup squash, halved it and seeded it, dusted it with Yardbird just to try something different, then filled the cavities with dark brown sugar. I threw this on at about 1:30. Pulled the butt at 4:00 as planned; it wasn't quite probe tender, so I foiled it while it rested. At 5:00, I pulled the pork, sauced with Three Little Pigs' KC All Purpose, and plated it. Just used regular store-bought buns, as that's what we had. Unfortunately, the squash took longer than expected, so I wasn't able to plate it for the picture. Pics below are with and without coleslaw.

All in all, this was not my best cook, but it turned out OK. I love the cherry rub on spares, but wasn't crazy about it on the butt. I think I'll stick with my homemade rub from now on. I will say, the squash was incredible; the Yardbird really worked out well. I wish I had pics of THAT! Thanks for looking!



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Old 07-23-2012, 09:57 AM   #102
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please accept my entry into the TD
I submit to you the Italian Stallion
hamburger-hot italian sausage-sweet italian sausage - bread crumbs - 2 eggs-r4ed bell pepper-spring onions - garlic- sugar- Italian seasonings -salt & pepper and the wife home made maranara sauce






























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Old 07-23-2012, 10:01 AM   #103
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Umm, WOW.
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Old 07-23-2012, 10:23 AM   #104
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I'll take two of that! But from the size of it, it looks like I'll be taking one for the road...
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:02 AM   #105
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Hope you enjoy as much as we did
Yikes, BB, just amazing!

You really knocked it out of the park on this one!
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