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Old 02-27-2011, 09:45 AM   #1
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I got a skillet awhile back and could not think on anything to cook in it. Sausage dogs and bell peppers/onions.

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Old 02-27-2011, 09:50 AM   #2
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Alright Scott. 2 post in a row with food pics is making me hungry and I am stuck at work. Anymore of that and you gonna have to bring me lunch.j/k

Looks good. I love cooking with cast iron.
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:16 PM   #3
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are those Conecuh 's??? If so Bravo Sir Bravo !!! Conecuh's are the best
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or, instead of conecuh, use beer brats, do the same thing, but once the brats and onions get cooked, pour a beer or two in the skillet and toss the brats in and let them simmer like that for a while...mmmmmmmmmmm beer and brats.
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I can't believe you are just now getting into cast iron stuff.....Man...that's good stuff to cook on/in!!!!
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Old 02-27-2011, 10:26 PM   #6
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Oh yeah... My cast iron stuff is on my grill quite often...

BTW, if you want "grilled" veggies, here is somethin' I recently learned of but haven't bought yet.

Basically it is for nearly everything you want to grill directly but is too small to be right on the grill...

http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/mesh-grill-pan/

It is on my very short must have cookwares list.

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you want something really easy, quick and delicious to throw in there while cookin the sausage and drinking the beer..... Take a large onion and peel it. Cut a hole like coring an apple but dont go through the bottom. Put butter in the hole and 1/2 to 1 beef bullion cube crumbled up. Wrap in aluminum foil and set on grill. Let it cook for about 1/2 hour...............yum!
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"I got a skillet awhile back and could not think on anything to cook in it."

Cornbread! Should work in the BGE. It works in my barrel style grill.

Dang, Scott, now you got me wanting to rustle up my old skillet.

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That looks like a well seasoned grill. I just picked up my XL from Escambia Electric on Friday, it's too white inside.

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Well seasoned indeed. I think i bought it in May of '04. Conecuh is my favorite. Did some chicken last night! No pictures, i forgot.
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