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    Three ACGers will be meeting soon under a Belgian sun.
    BBQ will be the food .

    I live in Wales and BBQs are very rare. If I wanted one fairly simple dish what should I ask for?
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    Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
    Three ACGers will be meeting soon under a Belgian sun.
    BBQ will be the food .

    I live in Wales and BBQs are very rare. If I wanted one fairly simple dish what should I ask for?
    It gets no simpler than hamburgers and hot dogs (or sausage varient - pick your poison, they're all simple to grill), or even a steak if the person working the grill has some experience.

    Still, my first choice would be thin-cut pork chops with a good bbq sauce. Homemade sauce is is great and some sauce snobs (of which I used to be one) will say thats the way to go; but really there is no need. Just get some Sticky Rum bbq sauce made by World Harbor and you'll be all set on that front. Then get some corn on the cob which you can cook on the grill. Total prep time - 8 minutes. total cook time 12 minutes for the pork chops; 15 for the corn on the cob.

    Now, if you've got 10 minutes to do some prep, cut up some green and red peppers and an onion, splash it with a bit of olive oil and crushed garlic (out of a jar is fine) and a smidge of black pepper and a wee bit of soy or teriaki sauce if you've got it - if not Worcestershire works fine too, but literally use about 3 drops of that or else it overwhelms the veggies - you can use a bit more soy or teriaki). Then wrap it in tinfoil, cut some small holes in the foil, and throw that on the grill too.

    Depending on the temperature of the grill, these veggies will be ready in anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes, so you've got to watch them.

    Damn it. Now I'm hungry.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
      Three ACGers will be meeting soon under a Belgian sun.
      BBQ will be the food .

      I live in Wales and BBQs are very rare. If I wanted one fairly simple dish what should I ask for?
      That sounds so gay!
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      • #4
        If you're doing the cooking, I'd go with hamburgers. You can't go wrong there. Prep the burgers by combining the meat with lots of garlic powder, fresh cracked pepper, lots of worchestershire sauce and a couple eggs to hold the thick patties together. When you pull them off the grill, you'll swear that you are eating steak.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
          If you're doing the cooking, I'd go with hamburgers. You can't go wrong there. Prep the burgers by combining the meat with lots of garlic powder, fresh cracked pepper, lots of worchestershire sauce and a couple eggs to hold the thick patties together. When you pull them off the grill, you'll swear that you are eating steak.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Salinator View Post
            That sounds so gay!
            If your idea of ACGers turning up at a BBQ for meat, beer and cigars is gay, I would love to hear your version of manly.

            Katanas at dawn I presume .

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            • #7
              Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
              If you're doing the cooking, I'd go with hamburgers. You can't go wrong there. Prep the burgers by combining the meat with lots of garlic powder, fresh cracked pepper, lots of worchestershire sauce and a couple eggs to hold the thick patties together. When you pull them off the grill, you'll swear that you are eating steak.
              That sounds awesome!I think I'll start a new thread for burgers.
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              • #8
                Burgers, brat's and corn on the cob.

                Cook the corn first...

                Partially un-husk the corn and remove the silk (looks like hair). Don't lose the husks. Coat cobs very liberally with butter or margarine. Then dust with Emeril's Original Essence (garlic powder, cayenne pepper, etc.). Put the husks back onto the cobs. Wrap each cob with heavy duty aluminum foil. Toss them onto the grill. Cook for ~20 minutes on medium flame, turning occasionally. Then move them to the top rack.

                The the brat's...

                I like Johnsonville Beer Brat's (Bratwurst). Just grill them till they start to puff up and get good and brown. Then put them in a disposable aluminum pan with a bunch of sliced white onion and a can of beer. Cover with foil and move to the top rack.

                My post in Gix's burgers thread...
                Originally posted by The Doctor View Post
                Ground chuck... 80% to 85% lean is just the right amount of fat for grilling.

                Season with salt and pepper and grill. I like mine medium-rare with melted Swiss or Colby-Jack Cheese. If you put a butter pat inside the burger, it will be more juicy - But it can also lead to torching whatever might be on the top rack of the grill.

                Serve with jalapenos, pickles, red onion, lettuce, tomato and mayo on a Kaiser roll.
                I like to serve the Brat's with mustard, sauerkraut and onions on hoagie rolls. The corn won't need any butter because you cooked it in butter; but it might need a bit of salt.
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                • #9
                  I'll grill corn on the cob a few different ways But my favorite is to soak the corn overnight in a strong solution of sugar and salt.I leave the husks and the silk on.Wrap them in foil and cook on the top rack for 30-40 minutes.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Gixxer86g View Post
                    I'll grill corn on the cob a few different ways But my favorite is to soak the corn overnight in a strong solution of sugar and salt.I leave the husks and the silk on.Wrap them in foil and cook on the top rack for 30-40 minutes.
                    I've also cooked them on a charcoal grill by putting the foil-wrapped corn directly on the coals.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
                      Three ACGers will be meeting soon under a Belgian sun.
                      BBQ will be the food .

                      I live in Wales and BBQs are very rare. If I wanted one fairly simple dish what should I ask for?
                      Slug at your service.
                      Those that have posted before me, are true barbecuers with wonderful ideas, and are to be commended.

                      You will need the following for starters...

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                      Hamburgers, hotdogs, and chicken.
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                      • #12
                        When I hear Belgian I think of a few things....

                        Museums.... Incredible contributions to the art world..... The FAL.... And even waffles.

                        But BBQ?

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                        • #13
                          Or maybe something more like this



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                          • #14
                            Isn't there a particular type of sausage that is indigenous to Belgium?
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                            • #15
                              They do have both White and Black Pudding.

                              My Belgian wife says most meat is traditionally fried in butter, and veg is either cooked in butter, or comes served with butter. Unless its mussels and chips .
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