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californiasmokin
12-14-2008, 09:10 PM
Tried Trav's (Chargrilled) Hash.Didn't come out as good as his but it was still good.

Broke out my smoky joe .Hadn't used it in a long time.

Warmed up the ham.

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Put the onions on next.

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Sliced,Diced and mixed.No green peppers on hand unfortunately.

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It didn't brown as much as I would have liked.I did a Tri Tip with some lump I found and turned it into rubber.Fortunately the wife had run the batteries down on the camera so I didn't have to post it:roflmaoha0:.So I got a little gun shy with the charcoal and with it rainy and windy it didn't get as hot .

Heated up some tortillas and put some hash and the fried egg over it.
Here is a picture of my son clowning it up for the camera.

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It still tasted good ! Thanks for the idea Trav!

JamesB
12-14-2008, 10:10 PM
Come on now, most folks know that hash is prepared on the firebox not on the grill! :)

Never thought of using the basket for taters and such... Gonna have to give that a try soonish.

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californiasmokin
12-14-2008, 10:51 PM
Sorry James,Learn something new every day!Just went from what Travis called it on his drum smoke.

JamesB
12-15-2008, 01:13 AM
Hey Paul, was just funnin with ya! I actually don't know many folks, other than my clan, that uses the firebox top as a griddle! :msn-wink:

Chargrilled
12-15-2008, 08:37 AM
Hey Paul,

Good lookin pics, great lookin kid!!!

Not too sure how I got the browning effect cept spray with pam and everywhere food was touching metal it was browned:shrug:. Ran the drum up to like 300 or so but temps shouldnt have been a problem on that weber. Were you able to grill with the lid down?

I have used the warming plate as a heat source for frying bacon at the gathering, I just set a large skillet on top of it to cook the food and collect the grease. What I like bout that idea is you are curing you paint job on the firebox!!! No rust guaranteed:msn-wink:

californiasmokin
12-15-2008, 07:10 PM
Hey Paul,

Good lookin pics, great lookin kid!!!

Not too sure how I got the browning effect cept spray with pam and everywhere food was touching metal it was browned:shrug:. Ran the drum up to like 300 or so but temps shouldnt have been a problem on that weber. Were you able to grill with the lid down?

I have used the warming plate as a heat source for frying bacon at the gathering, I just set a large skillet on top of it to cook the food and collect the grease. What I like bout that idea is you are curing you paint job on the firebox!!! No rust guaranteed:msn-wink:


I just didn't use enough coals Trav.I let them burn too long in the chimney.Had too many things going at one time .It was still fun and it still tasted good!

JamesB
12-15-2008, 08:03 PM
What I like bout that idea is you are curing you paint job on the firebox!!! No rust guaranteed:msn-wink:

Yep, cured like a cast iron skillet... No paint on the firebox ever... just raw 1/2" plate steel.