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24 May 2013 - 1:53am

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My wife and I got into a debate about what the best food to grill outside. I myself say that steak is the best, while my wife maintains that chicken is superior.

She is clearly high, isn't she? Steak has to be the superior meat.

Furthermore, is corn an acceptable item to grill? I say yes, while my wife says that is insanity.

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24 May 2013 - 6:25am
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I hate to say this, but your wife is wrong. Steak has to be the best food to grill out. It is very acceptable to grill corn. Is your wife sipping a little something? lol

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24 May 2013 - 12:57pm
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LuckyMe wrote:

I hate to say this, but your wife is wrong. Steak has to be the best food to grill out. It is very acceptable to grill corn. Is your wife sipping a little something? lol

She must be, I mean she was duped into marrying me!

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25 May 2013 - 3:14am
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Haha Slim. I"m sure your wife was using all her brain cells when she decided to marry you. Smile

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25 May 2013 - 6:38pm
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I love anything on the grill, so no arguments here! Chicken is SO good when marinated in Italian dressing for a day. I can smell it right now! I have grilled everything from ribs to turkey breast to steaks to kabobs. LOVE cooking out kabobs. You are making me VERY hungry right now.

And, yes, I have grilled corn on the cob, even in the husks. It is VERY good. I also like mixing potatoes, carrots, and sometimes adding onion, in a foil packet on the grill.

Almost anything can be grilled. I really miss it, because I don't bother here. I did tell my mom next time I visit we are cooking out, and she already went out and bought her charcoal and fluid. lol When I had my townhouse I cooked out almost every night.

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28 May 2013 - 3:53pm
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I had some awesome BBQ ribs on Sunday, and some really good BBQ chicken last night. I have to say that now that I am an adult, I have acquired a taste for the crispy bits of the food. By crispy bits I am usually referring to the end pieces that end up getting burnt. That is the best stuff!

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29 May 2013 - 11:23am
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It's "caramelised" not burnt!

For me, I don't care about the type of meat, its all about the marinade. I've gotten to the point where I don't really enjoy a nude steak or chicken any more. There has to be some tasty sauce on it.

Corn is definitely ok to bbq, especially with a little butter and salt on it and like hope says, do it with the husk still on.

We recently got a Weber bbq and after using it a few times I am seeing what I was missing all these years. Cooking with the lid down is the way to go. The flavour is so good and everything still comes out succulent and juicy. Yum.

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2 June 2013 - 2:08am
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This thread is making me hungry. I miss eating corn on the cob, but since most of ours is gmo, I don't eat it anymore. I use to love it with butter and salt just the way you described it CL-Ed.

You do have a point though, the marinade makes all the difference.

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3 June 2013 - 1:57pm
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We had some ribs last night that were to die for. I ended up putting a dry rub on them the night before, and let them sit in the fridge overnight. We then threw them in a slow cooker on the lowest setting for about 6 hours, let them sit on a plate for about 45 minutes and them threw them onto the grill with BBQ sauce.

Some of the best ribs I have ever had. They were literally so tender that the rib bones just separated from the meat.

That, corn on the cob, corn bread, and coleslaw made for a great meal.

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11 June 2013 - 1:50pm
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i have to say steak by far! i bought a nice rib eye this past weekend and funny thing was i was heating the grill and looked over and my steak was gone! the blasted cat got my steak!!!!!!!

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