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Old 05-03-2005, 11:23 PM   #31
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dralarms, that's too funny!

dogspot - I am a huge fan of emeril's spices
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Anyone have a chance to try my spice out yet? I'm making beef jerkey this weekend and sprinkling it on lightly.
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For all you charcoal/wood grillers out there - we don't do it any other way, and there is a device that speeds up the process immensely and eliminates the need for lighter fluid (which we hate). It is what looks like a large can that is open on both ends and has a wood handle on the side. It has a grate built inside. You fill it up with charcoal briquets and stuff newspaper in the bottom section, which is separated by the grate. You light the newspaper and this starts the charcoal burning. No fluid necessary. In about 15 minutes the briquets are getting the ash on the outside and are ready. Dump the thing out into the bottom of the grill and get down to business. We got ours at the grocery store but I have seen them at Walmart and Kmart.

We just grilled chicken and chops last night, marinaded with our beloved Mojo, and you just can't beat it. We fire up the grill often, even in winter.

I have never tried it, but I have heard the Beer Can Chicken technique is awesome.
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I've made this pizza in the oven....but not on the grill (yet). I'm thinking it would be really yummmmmy on the grill.

Soft tortilla shell, brushed with olive oil
Pizza/pasta sauce (I shake on extra oregano and garlic powder)
Your choice of pizza toppings cut small - I like mushrooms, green peppers, olives, brocolli, pieces of pre-cooked (or grilled) chicken, etc.
Shredded mozarella cheese
Cook in 375 oven for 15-20 minutes (or on GRILL - don't know how long)

One tortilla pizza feeds one hungry adult if that's all they're having....but with other sides, etc. you could probably feed 2 people with one pizza.
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I just purchased a "veggie grilling" skillet....you set it directly on the grill...it has small holes to let fire/heat in but keeps veggies from falling into the grill.
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ooh! you'll have to let us know how it works!
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