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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    What about one of the auto temperature controllers?
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    I have also seared on a chimney starter before.
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    Dry vermouth - the type you would put in a Martini. Not sweet vermouth - the type you would use in a Manhattan. I use Dolin Dry, but any dry vermouth would be fine.

    I get good results with dry...
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    And Sous vide salmon is incredible. Skin off and brine in the bag with salt water and splash of dry vermouth for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Dump the brine and put salmon back in the bag with dill, olive...
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    Pretty basic - just an immersion circulator in a big pot and put the meat in a ziplock bag. I donít even vacuum seal, just use water displacement.
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    Same, except I Sous vide at 130 and then cook 1 minute per side on a screaming hot cast iron skillet. Perfect every time. Canít mess it up.
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    Raspberry chipotle is good stuff. Also good on cream cheese with wheat thins.
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    Agreed. The chimneys work great.
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    But then, there is all of that CO2. :icon_wink:
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    Re: Grilling, Gas or Charcoal?

    Nothing further to add: Charcoal for taste, gas for convenience (wait time, temperature control, and cleanup).
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