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post #31 of 41

WOW!  I would never have thought of that one before!  I just keep an old apron aside that is designated just for cleaning really gunked up stuff.  PeteMcC, I have some that krud kutter for my gas grill, it’s okay, but I still have to get in there up to my elbows to get it clean.

post #32 of 41

Ah, Krud Kutter works well on many things, however, cleaning a grill is not its specialty lol.gif. Cleaning up AFTER the grill is clean is!

 

My grill has seasoned cast iron grates which clean up easily, turn up the heat, wire brush, and oil.
 

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post #33 of 41

I was just about to go fire the beast up... I have the el-cheap-o model, which I hope to upgarde some day... but the body is cast iron and it gets filled quickly with burnt-on gunk like those sugary marinades I have on the teri-chicken, etc...

The photo that I posted in the 'sweet wok' thread would be VERY NICE THANK YOU!  but we haven't won the lottery yet smoking.gif

post #34 of 41

After my grill is heated, I take a piece of crumpled aluminum foil and scrub it.

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post #35 of 41
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Mine got stained by cleaning the ranges that have to be removed entirely. I normally remove my jacket, but this night I didn't.

“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations.”
Oscar Wilde

 

 

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post #36 of 41

Krebs Food Sprayer - Spray Guns Rock!

http://www.superkleendirect.com/krebslm45electricfoodsprayer.aspx

From their website: "Krebs is the only certified"Food Safe" commercial electric food gun on the market, Krebs Electric Spray Guns are engineered for long lives and are powerful enough to spray even very thick liquids. Happy Krebs Electric Spray Gun customers include:  Bakeries, Cake shops, Butchers, Hotels, Hospitals, Canteens, Restaurants, Pubs, Food Factories and Fast Food outlets."

 

You will find that you use less butter/chocolate or what every you are spraying and that you get better consistency and coverage with a Krebs spray gun

 

happy cooking!

post #37 of 41

Pollo' ... about that cedar plank -

 

Your husband is quite correct that cedar lumber is just the same as fancy pieces from a cookware store. AS LONG AS IT HASN'T BEEN TREATED WITH ANYTHING. You don't want to cook stuff on wood that has stain or preservative in it.  Most cedar lumber isn't treated though, because it is naturally rot-resistant. You just need some kind of saw to cut it into proper-size pieces and maybe a sander to smooth it a little if it's rough - though you can easily find smooth cedar lumber.  A lot of places will cut it up for you, too.

 

I've done this for years, though I have the woodworking tools to take care of it. I build furniture for fun, so squares of cedar isn't a big challenge. wink.gif

 

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post #38 of 41
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needed these few items.

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post #39 of 41

I love Bed Bath & Beyond. Not saying they have the best price on everything, but I just love the store. I left there last time with over $300.00 worth of cooking gadgets, and only went in for a new Keurig coffee brewer. I could not help myself, I found the new trap door colander so I purchased five of them for myself, my sisters, and mother n law. Then I found a new salad spinner that I of course just "HAD TO" have lol.

 

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post #40 of 41
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I love BBB too, a little over-priced, but you can usually find what you need.

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Oscar Wilde

 

 

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post #41 of 41

I got  a Tramontina Triplay inox 12" saute pan:

 

 

 

And a cheap ($5) analogic timer with a ring i can hear from a mile away that misses 9 seconds in 30 minutes.

 

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