back to the food.
Basically... i was semi voluntold that i'd be makin chili for the church shindig this weekend so what a better way to knock out a few to do's,
(vv dont wanna hear bout the badwords... that's what it's called vv)
- Review Bigmista's Bitchin' Beef Rub
- BBQ ( gotta get that in, it's my fave!!)
- learn temp control on the 22.5" Weber
so here's what i WANTED to do.. i was gonna go for a tritip (again) or two, ( cuz they are awesome) but
- the walmart was out ( AGAIN)
- the fry's price DOUBLED from last week...
Next... actually not next, but i missed the pics of starting the base, which was some onions, sweated out in some olive oil, then to that i added 2 cans of tomater paste, and 2 cans of stewed/diced maters. along with an ish ton of NewMexico RedChile powder, and Cumin. Once that was goin, I got started on the peppers, which i threw in a bowl, covered with some canola oil and tossed to coat each one liberally (ehhhh shudder....) with oil. then onto the gasser they went to do their magic. Roasted peppers takes any meal to the next level, and they are soooooo easy to do, just throw em on the fire, let the skins blister up then throw em in a bowl (covered) after and let set for 20 or so min and let em steam and release their skin even more, then they peel right off, and give you awesomeness, nekkid awesomeness.
|this is what peppers looked like after their steam session|
Now onto that first bullet! BigMista's Bitchin' Beef Rub, takes beef to the next level. I havent confirmed it with him, but it's got a slambit of lemon in it that really works well with beef, Think back (i dunno if it happened to you but it did me) when your gramma made you up some burgers and LOADED it with lemonpepper, that's what this has but with a mix of other spices and seasonings that balance it out. It's a coarse grained rub, and i think it would play well to being used in the tri level rub way i do things.
I havent tried it out on burgers yet, but on STRONG cuts of beef ( tritip, and this sirloin roast) it plays well against the beef and smoke. Not covering the beef flavor, or the smoke flavor, but it's the glue that holds the two together. Check out Bigmista at www.bigmista.com follow him on twitter @bigmistasbbq, and go check out his Youtube channel at youtube.com/bigmista63
|Here's the final goodness!!!|
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