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Unread 03-31-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default Marinated London Broil with Pron.

Started out with a 2.3 # London Broil.


Injected and marinated in Butcher's BBQ Marinade for 4 hours.


Trimmed the ends of the asparagus, drizzled EVOO and seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic then wrapped with low sodium bacon.


Fired up the kettle wit reg, KF and when ready put on the beef and potatoes.


Took the London broil to 135 internal and then wrapped in foil. Then added the asparagus to the kettle.


The London Broil was perfect for me.


Asparagus and potatoes were done nicely.


The finished plate...


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THat looks really good!!! the meat is cooked perfectly!
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THat looks really good!!! the meat is cooked perfectly!
I agree, thanks.
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Nicely done....
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Well done sir looks great! How long did the taters take to soften up on the kettle?
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That tater looks huge!
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Very nice the meat looks perfect. Will have to try asparagus that way. How long did you cook them, and it look as if it was in direct heat
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Looks really good! I'm curious about the asparagus too. I usually grill asapragus hot for just a minute or two. I'm guessing these went longer than that!
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That looks (running out of advdrbs / adjectives :) Farkin awesome, have the same questions as the brethern above
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I could eat a plate of that. Grilled asparagus is the shizz.
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Well done sir looks great! How long did the taters take to soften up on the kettle?
Taters took about 45 to 50 minutes. Wife suggested to microwave first then foil and put on grill to speed up the process. We'll see

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Very nice the meat looks perfect. Will have to try asparagus that way. How long did you cook them, and it look as if it was in direct heat
I had the coals off to one side, the asparagus and the london broil were done on the side without the grill. Asparagus went for about 10 minutes, turning them half way through and then over the fire for about 40 seconds, before pulling them off the grill. Had a nice crunch on the veggies, bacon could have been crispier...

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Looks really good! I'm curious about the asparagus too. I usually grill asparagus hot for just a minute or two. I'm guessing these went longer than that!
10 minutes, turned half way through and then 40 seconds over the heat.
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Looks great! I love grilled asparagus. Never was an aspargus fan, but one day my wife made it on the stove top and I thought it was pretty good. After that I figure, Hey! I should try grilling em! So, I drizzled em in olive oil, grilled em and then sprinkle with a ground Salt/Garlic mix. Never go back to the pan again. :)
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all looks good 'cept i like my bacon "donner" then that :)
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all looks good 'cept i like my bacon "donner" then that :)
Very true, will try harder next time.
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That rocks....BIG TIME!
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