Instructables: exploring - food - bbq-and-grilling - charcoal Fri, 22 May 2015 06:21:06 PDT BLOX v1.01 Mangalitza pork on the charcoal grill
Mangalitza pork on the charcoal grill - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 A great little walk through on cooking some great pork chops on the BBQ.I'm luckily enough to have a great butcher who source Managlitza/Mangalitsa pork locally in the East Midlands, so got these chops to cook on the BBQ to help pass on the message of just how good they are.The fat on this animal is...
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Thu, 21 May 2015 03:53:10 PDT
Burnt Tomato Bruschetta
Burnt Tomato Bruschetta - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 This recipe is inspired by Francis Mallmann's book "seven fires" Creating a simple and elegant dish on the grill, cooked over coals. The burnt tomato bruschetta takes the tomato to a whole new place. By coating the fruit in flavoursome oil and covering in sea salt and ground black pepper and then ad...
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Tue, 19 May 2015 01:56:56 PDT
Ultimate Grilled "Crispy-skin" Chicken
Ultimate Grilled "Crispy-skin" Chicken - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 A great method of cooking chicken with the grill over coals, when you can't use the indirect heat method i.e. you don't have a BBQ lid.This method is adapted from the Argentinian way of cooking meats 6/12in above the coals but using the THÜROS grill with Wind Deflector.Always remember to use some so...
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Mon, 18 May 2015 02:47:49 PDT
Perfect Ribs: Tip 1 - Removing the membrane
Perfect Ribs: Tip 1 - Removing the membrane - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 One of many of our BBQ related videos showing off snippets of some of the professional skills used in the UK BBQ scene.This particular one is a very quick clip showing how to prepare your ribs at the very beggining of the BBQ process: removal of the membrane, that tough piece of skin that covers the...
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Sun, 17 May 2015 10:31:43 PDT
Using a Charcoal Chimney
Using a Charcoal Chimney - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 The Charcoal Chimney is a great little device to use get your charcoal up to cooking temps as quickly as possible, and without adding any undue chemicals to the process (hey, we're using quality lump charcoal here).The device works as a chimney-effect forcing the heated air to move up through all th...
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Fri, 15 May 2015 15:25:18 PDT
Dirty Steak
Dirty Steak - More DIY How To Projects]]> DavidH34 Dirty Steaks, a.k.a Caveman steaks are basically cooking Steaks directly on the coals rather than above them on a grill. Sounds like it should be a culinary disaster and a waste of a good steak, but what actually happens is as soon as the steak touches the red hot lump charcoal it sears the meat and...
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Fri, 15 May 2015 10:22:58 PDT
Maple Syrup - Cedar Plank Salmon - Big Green Egg/Kamado Grill
Maple Syrup - Cedar Plank Salmon - Big Green Egg/Kamado Grill - More DIY How To Projects]]> KD6 This Instrutable is another one of my favorite meal to make on my BGE clone. Cedar plank salmon with maple syrup glaze and Sugar Maple smoking wood chips. Let me know what you think. Check out the youtube video for more details on the salmon bbq.Thanks. Prepare the Salmon Remove 2 lbs of fresh...
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Sun, 3 May 2015 15:05:50 PDT
Whiskey Barrel BBQ Smoker
Whiskey Barrel BBQ Smoker - More DIY How To Projects]]> missreeder My husband and I are always looking for a good DIY project to work on. Naturally, that meant when my father-in-law said he had a few empty whiskey barrels on hand, we decided to turn one into our next project. We took the used and a little beat up whiskey barrel and turned it into fully functional c...
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Fri, 1 May 2015 10:22:59 PDT
Large Scale Charcoal Production
Large Scale Charcoal Production - More DIY How To Projects]]> DurhamWildlifeTrust Step-by-step guide about how we, at Durham Wildlife Trust, with the help of a fantastic team of volunteers, produce charcoal on a large scale. The charcoal is sold to help fund all the conservation work we do in the area. For more information on DWT's work or to volunteer see wi...
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Tue, 21 Apr 2015 04:22:30 PDT
The windscreen wiper hog roaster
The windscreen wiper hog roaster - More DIY How To Projects]]> tim_n If you've got a good crowd of people coming and you want a good party, why not hog roast on a spit? I can give you several good reasons not to: - You have to be up early - You need to keep a dead pig somewhere probably overnight. Probably in a bath - You need to hire a roaster which can be expensiv...
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Thu, 17 Jul 2014 00:56:11 PDT
Easy, Light Weight Make Do Grill !
Easy, Light Weight Make Do Grill ! - More DIY How To Projects]]> ryeomans1 This is an old idea that's been around along time. The components are minimal and light weight, which makes it easy to tote along when your on the road, camping, hiking or just want a small fire for smores! Follow along, you'll be surprised how easy this project is! Simple Component List You wil...
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Sat, 12 Jul 2014 11:12:25 PDT
Learn to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time
Learn to Grill the Perfect Steak Every Time - More DIY How To Projects]]> grillingMontana First thing is first. If possible, do your best to get a decent cut of meat to work with. It should go without saying, but the better your protein the better your dish will turn out. This method will work with many different types of protein, and I have had success with Antelope, Beef, Bison, Dee...
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Mon, 30 Jun 2014 19:37:18 PDT
Charcoal Grill Coffee Roaster
Charcoal Grill Coffee Roaster - More DIY How To Projects]]> acoens It’s not exactly common to come across green coffee beans at the grocery store, but there’s a whole store in Oakland that sells them. As soon as I learned it was possible I had to try. There are two components, the roaster and the spacer. I ended up making two versions of the roaster itself, bu...
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Fri, 4 Apr 2014 12:04:12 PDT
How to Light a Charcoal Chimney Gmhouse Simple tips to lighting a charcoal chimney!
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Tue, 29 Oct 2013 11:37:10 PDT
The Great American Steak
The Great American Steak - More DIY How To Projects]]> LifeWarrior Whether your static lining into a hot L.Z., defending the freedom overseas, eating those (delicious) M.R.E. rations in the field, every solider dreams of getting back to the states with family and friends, and enjoying that great American 4th of July pastimes of fireworks and grilling out!  Any red...
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Thu, 4 Jul 2013 18:51:35 PDT
Portable 12-inch Charcoal Stove
Portable 12-inch Charcoal Stove - More DIY How To Projects]]> teppered This charcoal stove was originally designed as an alternative stove for people living in rural Nicaraguan communities.  This small stove can be placed on top of a traditional Nicaraguan wood stove, giving the user the capability to cook with charcoal instead of wood.  Since charcoal is cleaner burni...
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Wed, 3 Jul 2013 08:40:33 PDT
BBQ Starter Log
BBQ Starter Log - More DIY How To Projects]]> Gunther45 A way to get a BBQ going without spraying your Charcoal down with lighter fluid. Improved Version. It uses 2 ingredients:  Empty Paper Towel Rolls and Newspaper . Two things that otherwise would go in the Trash or Compost Bin. ____________________________________________________________ FULL DISC...
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Sat, 22 Jun 2013 21:32:37 PDT
CHARCOAL SALT lmnopeas Attention All Grill Masters: looking for that special ingedient to enhance your BBQ? Look no further. My charcoal salt recipe is perfect for adding just the right touch of smoke with a spicy element that leaves your tongue tingling and a lemony garlic finish that will have you sprinkling this salt o...
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Sat, 8 Jun 2013 20:12:18 PDT
Unusual BBQ concepts mr tech new, exciting and different ways to BBQ (note: the main picture is not my creation, just one that I found a while back that I thought was a good fit for this guide null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null nul...
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Tue, 27 Nov 2012 12:03:47 PST
Super Mega Charcoal Grill (Rocket Grill)
Super Mega Charcoal Grill (Rocket Grill) - More DIY How To Projects]]> dlewisa I had one of these mini Weber grills sitting around taking up space for years. I think originally it was a free thing I picked up from a friend. I used it once or twice and then it sat in my shed until my friend Dean modified his. And it's an awesome mod. So I'm recreating it here. If you're using ...
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Sat, 7 Jul 2012 07:59:45 PDT
Altoids tin grill woodworker123 I wanted a pocket sized grill to take camping so I made one out of an altoids tin. I used a marshmallow roasting fork to make the inside and use crushed charcoal for fuel. It can cook two hotdogs and roast two marshmallows with one piece of charcoal.
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Thu, 28 Jun 2012 11:35:54 PDT
Make a BBQ Grill out of a soda can!
Make a BBQ Grill out of a soda can! - More DIY How To Projects]]> knexpert1700 I'm gonna show you how to make a Quick and Easy Pocket BBQ Grill out of a simple soda can and some other stuff.You don't need to go to the store and buy stuff that is specific.You most likely have all the meterials but if you don't then I will tell you where to get the items in stores that are most ...
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Mon, 25 Jun 2012 16:57:17 PDT
Weber Kettle BBQ Turkey.
Weber Kettle BBQ Turkey. - More DIY How To Projects]]> PutzMeyer Weber Kettle BBQ Turkey. You will never cook one in the oven again! 1. Start with a clean kettle to insure that all vent holes are open for airflow. 2. Place a ½ size steam table aluminum pan in the center of the grill.  Point the long side of the pan toward the front or single leg of the kettl...
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Thu, 14 Jun 2012 11:22:20 PDT
DIY Brick Charcoal Grill Russell_Long This is my first Instructable, and I hope it goes well. I am a senior at the Berks Career and Technology Center in Pennsylvania. My class is Drafting & Design, and I have been doing Mechanical drafting in here for three years now. I am due to graduate this year. My Instructable, as the name sugges...
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Thu, 17 May 2012 10:01:00 PDT
Grill Extender / FREE CHARCOAL maker dreamberry I don't like buying charcoal just to burn some steak, so I pick up enough twigs and sticks (or clean scrap wood) to fill my GRILL EXTENDER to the top, and torch it. Makes a nice bed of coals for free, and gets rid of a bucket of tree bones.  (no burner barrels allowed in my town, but small cooking f...
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Tue, 8 May 2012 14:20:56 PDT
Turkey in a Trash Can!
Turkey in a Trash Can! - More DIY How To Projects]]> CrawJac We've been cooking turkeys this way for years and I figured everyone needs to try it at some point. We always make it a big event and this goes wayyyyy beyond a backyard cookout. That being said, it's easy to pull off and it's not that expensive if a few people chip in to make it work. The cooking w...
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Tue, 6 Dec 2011 10:35:35 PST
Smoked Turkey: Just In Time For Thanksgiving!
Smoked Turkey: Just In Time For Thanksgiving! - More DIY How To Projects]]> cimz So it's Thanksgiving...  you're looking to spice up your holiday bird but you're just not sure how. Sure there is the deep frying option, but you don't really feel like setting your house (or yourself), on fire. So what do you do?  The answer is quite simple my friends... Smoke it! In the following...
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Tue, 4 Oct 2011 01:06:07 PDT
How to barbecue ribs
How to barbecue ribs - More DIY How To Projects]]> VinceJDJ For this instructable, i grilled ribs and chicken at the same time, but this is for ribs. The following can be reproduced exactly like this or can even be improved on and made better. Enjoy and i hope i receive your vote. Materials needed You will need: Tools: Grill Grill cleaning brush Chimney ...
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Mon, 30 May 2011 16:33:19 PDT
Turkey on a Tripod
Turkey on a Tripod - More DIY How To Projects]]> hpstoutharrow Cook a Turkey Outdoors with Charcoal while it dangles from a tripod like a trapeze artist on a BARREL KNOT.An aluminum foil reflector oven, coals and a tripod are all that are needed to cook a delicious, moist, Thanksgiving feast outdoors. (no dangerous oil flare-ups here!).  Also, included here are...
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Mon, 23 Nov 2009 20:50:04 PST
Rotisserie Duck
Rotisserie Duck - More DIY How To Projects]]> branonls Tired of chicken? Try Duck. What you will need1 dead duck1 rotisserie1 metal or wooden skewerseasoning Prepping the duck Remove Duck from wrapper. Empty body cavity, rinse with cold water and pat dry with clean paper towels. Using a sharp skewer prick the skin of the duck all over the body. Do no...
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Sat, 25 Jul 2009 23:18:10 PDT
Seattle Rub Pork Tenderloin
Seattle Rub Pork Tenderloin - More DIY How To Projects]]> tsangell You have old friends coming in for the weekend and you need to feed them. What's better than barbecue? Coffee? Chocolate? Actually, that's a trick question. The real answer is secret option D) All of the above. Join me as I create the unholy fusion of amazing deliciousness that is Seattle Rub ...
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Mon, 20 Jul 2009 11:30:41 PDT
BBQ Turkey!
BBQ Turkey! - More DIY How To Projects]]> 79spitfire This is my instructable for Barbecue Turkey. Outdoor cooking large poultry has some special challenges that can ruin a bird very quickly, or can make you sick. This how I solve those problems, and end up with a delicious turkey feast! Some Background To get the most out of a properly cooked turke...
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Mon, 20 Jul 2009 00:20:54 PDT
Roasting a Turkey in a Charcoal Grill
Roasting a Turkey in a Charcoal Grill - More DIY How To Projects]]> Phil B A 22 inch or larger charcoal grill works very well for roasting a Thanksgiving turkey. Advantages--+ This gets the men out of the house and allows them to bond over adult beverages without getting in the way of the women.+ It is like having another oven available and allows other things to be prepa...
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Fri, 31 Oct 2008 12:13:46 PDT
Best Steak Ever shoemaker Based on the hit Instructable, here's the video version for those of us who prefer to seeing to reading. This video explains in less than 2 minutes the simple way to prepare the most delicious steak you have ever eaten. If you have ever eaten Churrasco at restaurants like Fogo de Chao or Rodizio G...
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Sat, 27 Sep 2008 20:57:13 PDT
BBQ Smoked Salmon
BBQ Smoked Salmon - More DIY How To Projects]]> caeric Ever wanted to make inexpensive Smoked Salmon to revile the extremely expensive store bought? This ones for you! Go to the Store!! Shopping list is as follows: Salmon, Fresh (1 - However many will fit in your BBQ) Sugar, Brown (I use about a 1lb of Sugar per fillet) Salt, Kosher (About 2 Cups p...
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Wed, 9 Jul 2008 20:34:50 PDT
Turn Gas Grill into Charcoal Grill
Turn Gas Grill into Charcoal Grill - More DIY How To Projects]]> Mrs. Skunkbait This is my first instructable so bear with me on it. Oh and if you like it please vote for me! This instructable will explain how to turn a broken gas grill into a charcoal or wood chip grill. Gather Materials You will need: an old Gas Grill Charcoal Maybe Pliers Drill for making vent hole...
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Sat, 5 Jul 2008 20:21:35 PDT
Smoking Salmon on a Charcoal Grill
Smoking Salmon on a Charcoal Grill - More DIY How To Projects]]> sleepydog Smoking your own salmon is a relaxing way to spend a few hours on a sunny afternoon in the yard. There are a thousand recipes on the internet, this is a simple mix of the best that I found that works well. It takes a few hours of brief bits of attention, but the results are well worth the effort. ...
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Sat, 5 Jul 2008 07:02:37 PDT
How to Make a Charcoal Chimney
How to Make a Charcoal Chimney - More DIY How To Projects]]> Hapa Lighting charcoal briquettes without lighter fluid is easy with this homemade Charcoal Chimney. While you can easily buy one of these things for under $15 at your local hardware mega-store this one can be built for practically free. This is my very first Instructable. Opening The Can Materials N...
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Wed, 31 Oct 2007 07:48:53 PDT
The Best Way to Start BBQ Coals
The Best Way to Start BBQ Coals - More DIY How To Projects]]> noahw Whenever I have trouble starting coals for my BBQ I grab a hair dryer, point it at my grill and pull the trigger. One minute later I have red hot coals and I never have to use any lighter fluid to get them started.I have a couple of other tips for starting coals as well that I will add in here sinc...
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Tue, 23 Oct 2007 11:20:52 PDT