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  1. hobochef

    Charcoal Grill Basics

    Ben, yeah, the ribs I had weren't very large, probably about 9 total. But thanks for the caution. Anyone ever heard of stacking rib slabs ontop of each other during cooking? How in the world do they get done this way? I seen this on a Youtube clip. LOL
  2. hobochef

    Charcoal Grill Basics

    OK, well I appreciate all the replies. I would like to hear from Mary how she utilizes her pan of water. REMEMBER, I've got an 18" standard round grill, though I'm probably going out to buy at least a 22". I also have seen mention of a grate that is hinged and lifts up to add more coals. I've...
  3. hobochef

    Charcoal Grill Basics

    hi Mary, thanks; yes, I do use the indirect method. I forgot to add that part.
  4. hobochef

    Charcoal Grill Basics

    appreciate the help, Gunnar. I've got another question about this. I've read that some people add a pan of water in the grill to maintain mositure. I think like somehow between the coals and the grate? 1. I'm not sure how this would physically work, and 2. Wouldn't the water cause the...
  5. hobochef

    Charcoal Grill Basics

    In attempting my very first ever barbecue ribs on a charcoal grill, I found that they were edible, but not completely tender, as they should have been. Following is what I done, and I'd appreciate any comments as to how to do it better next time. Goal: slow cook for about 5 hrs Equip: 18"...
  6. hobochef

    Milk Gravy for 100

    Thank you Ed and Pete. Pete, This would be biscuits and gravy only. I'm serving this for the local homeless. I would like to do this just as I do it at home, which is I like to brown my flour to make brown milk gravy. How would this be done?
  7. hobochef

    Milk Gravy for 100

    Hi all, A newbie here. I want to make milk gravy from Sausage for a group of 100, and was wanting a recipe for it from scratch. I've made gravy in small quantities, but never this many. Thanks so much, -hc
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