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I am trying something new on my ABT's. Instead of herb & garlic cream cheese. I am mixing my own with 8 oz cream cheese, 3 tablespoons salsa, and 4 strips of maple bacon fried and sliced in small bits. No other changes. Will cook tomorrow to go with some grilled pork butt steaks on the akorn jr.
I think you’ll be able to lay down a great sear with your Summit running GrillGrates. I run a GrillGrate / Griddle setup in my Weber Summit 4 burner. If it is more convenient for you to sear on the gasser, that’s what I would do. I assume you’re doing a reverse sear, having smoked the prime rib first?
Just be careful about scorching your rub. You don’t want to get a bitter taste and you’re going to have a lot of contact with inverted grill grates.
Well let me say the Fogo shipping is lighting fast. Ordered on the 18th. Charged my card on the 19th. Received my bag/box on the 20th. I believe this was the fastest shipping I've ever experienced to date!!! From anywhere!
This lump is supposed to be really hard to light and needs something like RO to get it started in a chimney. Will report back on this, in this thread, tomorrow night (unless work goes crazy).
Unbelievable! I placed a Fogo order today. Had a bag of this in my cart. And removed it before pulling the trigger. I am dangerously low on my beloved boxes Char Broil / Black diamond lump and want to hoard what I have left. Been getting a lot of uncarbonized stuff in my royal oak lately, so wanted to get some more of the Fogo. I had good luck with my first and only order I have ever placed a year or two ago. Let us know what you think... I’m interested in hearing how it goes. Might be kicking myself for booting it out of the cart today.
Nope not the color red. Communist "Red" that is. Lump charcoal from Cuba.
I was on the Fogo website one night when the little chat customer service box popped up. I never use those boxes but I was feeling a little squirrely that night. "What is the absolute hardest, longest burning lump you have that's not super huge pieces?" well about 1 minute later there was a live person on chat. After a brief discussion of my particular application (for use in my Yakatori grill), Marabu Harwood Lump imported from Cuba was recommended. I bought a bag. Here it is. This is about 25% of the bag dumped into the box. Definitely heavier and more dense sounding than the RO I had to compare it too. Will give it a go in the Yakatori grill tomorrow night.