Discussion in 'Food and Beverage' started by olbriar, May 28, 2012.
@olbriar A grill suspended by chains. Does spinning it change the flavor of the char?
I'm guessing it would.
What meat sausages are mounded in that picture?
I have no idea how that might cook. If it were mine, I'd try to have it hotter on one side and cooler on the other so that I could spin in and out of the char zone. And as for the meat, it could be any sort of sausages, wieners, or brats. It is impossible to tell from the casings. It looks like kraut in the cast kettle in the middle. I'm guessing it's a dog shack at a state fair or something similar. It's definitely not in someone's back yard.
Not grilling, but I kinda ran out of room for sauce in my pasta sauce. Ground beef, homemade Italian sausages, and store bought frozen meatballs.
OMG! I have a similar pot without the ceramic glazing @Unforgiven. My deceased sweetie called it a Puerto Rican pot. She used to cook way too much sauce for the spaghetti we were eating. The next lower size pot held the pasta.
I have tomorrow off... well, for the most part. I'm going to smoke out a chuck roast. I'll smoke it at 250° until I see an internal temp of 160°. I'll put it in a covered tin and remove it to rest an hour before slicing when I see 200°. I plan to just oil it liberally with avocado oil and season with coarse salt and pepper. The leftover roast and the saved juice will be part of a veggie soup Tuesday.
doesn't sound like a veggie soup if you add meat to it.....
It's definitely my idea of veggie soup. Potatoes, carrots, corn, green beans, diced tomatoes, and okra for vegetables.... diced chuck roast for stock. I'll add spices and tomato sauce as well. Once cooked, I'll serve mine up with some diced jalapenos. My wife will have hers without.
sounds good though. does the smokyness of the meat stay on the meat? or does it blend with the broth?
It retains some of its flavor though it blends in with the spices etc. I make soup out of smoked flank steak quite often. It has been over priced of late but I scored a very nice looking chuck roast this time. Besides, it's been a while since I last did a chuck so it sounded extra good.