My phone is backed up with BBQ pictures. Instead of separating posts for everything, I’m going to writ up one massive entry.
Soaking wood chips for the pork butt that I cooked in July.
Fresh pork butt.
All spiced and ready to go.
I used the larger wood chunks this time.
Ready to go.
With about an hour left, I put on some corn on the cob.
Gotta love corn.
Grilled corn is one of my favorites.
The pork is done and in the house.
Another night in July I cooked up some zucchini from our garden.
My trustee salt and pepper grinder and the universal extra virgin olive oil.
At the end of July, I grilled up some local beats and corn. The beats were sweet and juicy.
Super chivy pizza.
I love chives.
I used the leftover zucchini to make a salad with feta cheese.
Excellent cedar plank salmon.
This time it did not catch fire.
Random shot of asparagus and zucchini I made in August.
In late August, we were visited by Steph and Bobby. I make Piri Piri Chicken with a homemade sauce. Its turning out to be one of my specialties.
I also grilled some watermelon. That’s right, watermelon.
The chicken took a while. It was pretty cold inside.
Good this I spatchcocked it so it cooked evenly throughout.
Now we jump to the day after hurricane Irene. I grilled chicken thighs.
Erin made a delicious salad and Israel couscous.
Considering we were scrapping the barrel to find things to cook, I think we did an excellent job feeding our refugees.
After we got back from Spain in September, I harvested a 20inch 5.12lb zucchini. It was the biggest we’ve ever grown.
I grilled all of it. It took up the entire grill. Wow.