Any other grilling, smoking, campfire or other outdoor cooking enthusiasts.
I just added a discada, or cowboy wok. Love it so far.
I do a lot of grilling in the summer. We have a travel trailer with a bulit in flat top that slides out of a side compartment. I’ve grilled a few steaks over the fire while camping as well. I bought a Pit Boss pellet smoker last year. I’ve only used it a few times. The best thing I’ve smoked so far is pork butt for pulled pork
Have weber kettle that I use for grilling and smoking. Your pellet smoker mobile with the rv
No, too big and heavy
Me as well, ramping up the outdoor BBQ, smoker and charcoal for spring.
Have 8 bags of charcoal, new propane Webber BBQ and a refurbished smoker.
Until then I’m using the propane BBQ over the winter. Below -10°C it freezes so I have to pick and choose my BBQ days. Last night I made a personal pan pizza on it but it was only -4°C.
When I’m out at the cabin about 90% of my cooking is done out doors on the grill. It’s funny this came up because I was just thinking about opening a recipe thread! My buddy Mike had me cut the back straps out of a doe he had hanging and proceeded to grill up the best tasting, most tender venison I’ve ever had ( and after over 50 years of hunting that’s saying something!). My old buddy Carl didn’t even bother to put his teeth in! He fell asleep with a big smile on his face, unfortunately I was still out skinning and butchering the deer so I missed what he did.
I love cooking outside. I built an outdoor kitchen with a 5 burner stove. I have a big power burner installed for frying or boiling. A pit boss pellet grill and of course I have my old trusty offset smoker. We also have a fire pit with a swing over grill.
When we go in the camper I’m either cooking over the fire or on my fire disc “grill”. We never use the stove inside.
That is a new one for me. Total indirect heat with coals on outise of keg. I have to give this a try.
You can also use a trash can to cook the turkey. I use a large bag of charcoal and it takes 2 to 2 1/2 hours to get done.
Sounds like a nice setup. I have one cook on my disc. Which was bacon after initial seasoning. Recipe thread sounds like a great idea
Here’s some steaks I cooked last summer while camping. Nothing fancy, just No Name brand steaks. It was my first time cooking steaks over a fire, so I didn’t want to risk ruining a quality cut
And this is the pork butt I smoked last summer
I havent cooked much over live fire other than burgers. That pork looks nicely smoked
It was awesome. I had a hard time pulling it off of the smoker. It was so tender that it wanted to come apart. I was very pleased considering it was my first time smoking a pork butt, and only my 3rd or 4th time using the smoker
Excellent, looks great.