4th of July Cooking & Traveling

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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby OldUsedParts » Sat Jul 02, 2022 8:23 am

GRailsback wrote:Good lord Sooner is that sexy. And to think you snuck into our backyard in Willis to pick up that smoker without telling us. Well done on the cook anyway.


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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Mon Jul 04, 2022 9:34 am

Everyone's cooks look great. No travel here, or anything more elaborate than grilled dogs with chips and sides.
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby Rambo » Mon Jul 04, 2022 1:50 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:Everyone's cooks look great. No travel here, or anything more elaborate than grilled dogs with chips and sides.

Same here; we had a grilled steak and mushrooms at lunch; sorry, I didn’t take pictures
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby Copasspupil » Mon Jul 04, 2022 10:52 pm

Traveling back to the fire station in Idaho is all. Got here safe. Last year at this time it was 115* and 103 at 0130 hrs. Hottest day I've ever been around.
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby k.a.m. » Tue Jul 19, 2022 10:12 am

GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

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We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.
Always remember slow and steady wins the race.



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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby GRailsback » Tue Jul 19, 2022 11:38 am

k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby k.a.m. » Tue Jul 19, 2022 1:49 pm

GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.

Here ya go brother.
https://www.pkgrills.com/?_vsrefdom=adw ... gIi5vD_BwE
Always remember slow and steady wins the race.



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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby GRailsback » Tue Jul 19, 2022 3:31 pm

k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.

Here ya go brother.
https://www.pkgrills.com/?_vsrefdom=adw ... gIi5vD_BwE


What model do you have?
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby k.a.m. » Tue Jul 19, 2022 3:38 pm

GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.

Here ya go brother.
https://www.pkgrills.com/?_vsrefdom=adw ... gIi5vD_BwE


What model do you have?

https://www.pkgrills.com/the-original-p ... -graphite/
I love the folding cart. I also have a set of grill grates in mine.
Always remember slow and steady wins the race.



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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby GRailsback » Tue Jul 19, 2022 4:30 pm

k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.

Here ya go brother.
https://www.pkgrills.com/?_vsrefdom=adw ... gIi5vD_BwE


What model do you have?

https://www.pkgrills.com/the-original-p ... -graphite/
I love the folding cart. I also have a set of grill grates in mine.


Your trying to get me divorced. Right now I just don’t have the time to get up there much. But I’m not scared either. Let me look into it.
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby k.a.m. » Tue Jul 19, 2022 4:34 pm

GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:
k.a.m. wrote:
GRailsback wrote:I have been up to the lake since last Saturday. Been cooking on my little mini Weber kettle most nights, I love that little grill. It’s the only time I cook with charcoal mostly. I had to come back to Houston for a Dr appt yesterday. But heading back up today and will come home on Tuesday. The lake has seen a huge increase in people showing up at the parks that they have shut them down on the weekends to get better control of them. They have also had more than there usual share of boating incidents as well.

So everyone stay safe

02881356-D31A-43CB-B651-E958FBBE046F.jpeg




49FC5548-08F9-478F-BDE7-C4F37F5656F4.jpeg

We camp with an 18" weber kettle with grill grates. It is our go to grill for camping as it is light and easy to clean up.


Kevin I have been thinking of getting a bigger Weber for the patio at the lake. I just need to upgrade the cook station in general. It’s not really what it needs to be.

Look at the large PK Grills with grill grates. I love mine and I will on occasion take it to the lake as apposed to the little Weber.


Kevin what do you mean by PK grill? I have been looking at the 22in master touch weber kettle. My ACE Hardware here in the neighborhood carries Weber.

Here ya go brother.
https://www.pkgrills.com/?_vsrefdom=adw ... gIi5vD_BwE


What model do you have?

https://www.pkgrills.com/the-original-p ... -graphite/
I love the folding cart. I also have a set of grill grates in mine.


Your trying to get me divorced. Right now I just don’t have the time to get up there much. But I’m not scared either. Let me look into it.

Well it does help when your wife is as addicted to cookers as you are I ain't gonna lie. :laughing7: :laughing7: :laughing7:
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby uhmump951 » Tue Jul 26, 2022 5:41 pm

Did an overnight brisket on the Vision and some bratwurst. Also did some ribs on the 26 inch kettle
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby OldUsedParts » Tue Jul 26, 2022 6:37 pm

Nice "Q" :tup: :chef: :cheers: :salut: :texas:
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Re: 4th of July Cooking & Traveling

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Wed Jul 27, 2022 7:45 am

Impressive!
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