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Bbqmiller

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Sunday burgers and s'mores
« on: October 27, 2013, 02:46:23 PM »
Spent most of the day playing with my 6 year old son, but had enough time for a kettle cooked dinner.

Fire roasted red/green and jalapeņo peppers in the basket/grilled squash.

The crew just hanging out on a nice fall day with the sun shining through the fence.

Fresh ground chick from the local butcher with some Montreal seasoning.

Little sizzle over the coals with a couple of chunks if dogwood.

Burgers done - two smothered with pepper jack

Time to heat up some marshmallows

Looks good

I guess it taste good too

1buckie

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Re: Sunday burgers and s'mores
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2013, 03:21:29 PM »


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HankB

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Re: Sunday burgers and s'mores
« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2013, 05:53:27 AM »
Burgers look good but I was looking for more pix of the squash and peppers. Squash is one of my favorites and sadly there will be no more from the garden this ear (unless I count butternut - plenty of those left.  :D ) Did you ever try doing the peppers (whole) right on the coals? That works well if you're trying to roast the skins off.
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Eastex

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Re: Sunday burgers and s'mores
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2013, 08:30:32 AM »
Good looking burgers and smores. I like to set my peppers on top of the chimney when I'm lighting the coals. You have to keep a eye on them and turn regularly but you can roast those guys in no time flat.

Bbqmiller

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Sunday burgers and s'mores
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2013, 05:07:30 PM »

Burgers look good but I was looking for more pix of the squash and peppers. Squash is one of my favorites and sadly there will be no more from the garden this ear (unless I count butternut - plenty of those left.  :D ) Did you ever try doing the peppers (whole) right on the coals? That works well if you're trying to roast the skins off.
Yes  i do roast peppers whole at times. I also like to chop them up and roast in the basket. They aren't truly roasted, but they are tasty this way. I also like grilled squash. It always a hit in this household.