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Old 05-03-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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Beef Round Kabobs - Mushroom and Swiss Burgers

Beef Kabobs....Peppers & Onions smothered in Southwest Marinade

Burgers with Swiss and Mushrooms

Cooked over coal and hardwood (done just before the evening rain)
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Old 05-03-2014, 06:53 PM   #2
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Looks great!
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Beef was a little tough....but they tasted awesome! The Southwest Marinade was great!
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Old 05-03-2014, 08:09 PM   #4
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Even nambarc would like that. And he is VERY finicky.
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Lovely!
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You've got my mouth watering!
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Old 12-08-2014, 06:10 PM   #7
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Kabobs

It's raining cats and dogs outside now and camping season is on hold, so I thought I'd just throw a reminder of how good cooking over an open fire can be. I build an oblong pit so that the food is over coals and new wood is added to the left and more coals as needed are moved to the right. The kabobs, souvlaki chicken, are high over the coals to reduce the chance of spontaneous combustion. Takes a bit of time to build the pit, but there's plenty of that while camping.

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That sure looks good and I would love to have a fire pit like that at my house. I saw a round portable one while camping this summer. When not in use it fit right over his spare tire on the back bumper. The grate just hooked on the base when traveling. His spare tire looked a little rough but I would still love to have one like that. I'm thinking of making one this winter for camping and home use.
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That sure looks good and I would love to have a fire pit like that at my house. I saw a round portable one while camping this summer. When not in use it fit right over his spare tire on the back bumper. The grate just hooked on the base when traveling. His spare tire looked a little rough but I would still love to have one like that. I'm thinking of making one this winter for camping and home use.
Not hard to put together, just gather up some rocks and a little 3D jigsaw type assembly and voila, superpit . If you're ever planning a trip north of the border and find yourself on Vancouver Island, PM me and I'll be glad to meet up and give you a couple of pointers eh.
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Not hard to put together, just gather up some rocks and a little 3D jigsaw type assembly and voila, superpit . If you're ever planning a trip north of the border and find yourself on Vancouver Island, PM me and I'll be glad to meet up and give you a couple of pointers eh.
With a little luck we'll do just that this coming summer.
Thanks, your just a boat ride away.
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