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Old 01-20-2020, 09:43 PM   #1
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Default Fifth Evening Meal From the MB 560

Tonight was the 5th evening meal in a row. Will there be a 6th?
Grilled salmon over pecan coals, jambalaya and garlic/butter rice
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Old 01-20-2020, 09:48 PM   #2
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Well,your cooks that I have seen pictures of look delishious.I am glad you are enjoying your cooker and the food it cooks.
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Sounds as if you are liking it. The salmon looks good.
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Looks like you have Mastered the cooker
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Love grilled salmon That looks really good
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Alright, alright, already
6th cook last night
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Alright, alright, already
6th cook last night
What temp are you grilling burgers at? I've had one cook on mine. It really reminds me of my offset! However, I'm a bit concerned about the fuel consumption. We'll see how it goes once the weather is warmer. Still... she's a beaut!
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What temp are you grilling burgers at? I've had one cook on mine. It really reminds me of my offset! However, I'm a bit concerned about the fuel consumption. We'll see how it goes once the weather is warmer. Still... she's a beaut!

I started them out @ 350, then after they had seared pretty good, cranked it up to 450, and gave them a good sear with excellent grill marks. I used one of those kevlar cooking mats and finished them off, using the rendered fat to soak up in the buns and get toasted
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