For You Meat Lovers

Couldn't resist taking a shot of this bird on the rotisserie. It was Sunday afternoon (7/5/09)in the back yard. Mrs. Thumb marinated this fat little hen in lemon juice, garlic, cilantro, cracked pepper, and kosher salt. A big sprinkle of Penzeys 300 and about 2 hours later, here she is done and ready for slicing.

This family not only loves fresh veggies, but a big chunk of red meat is welcome on the grill also. We got our hands on a nice prime rib and couldn't resist using the rotisserie. Double click the picture to see a fine piece of beef.
A mixture of cracked black pepper, kosher salt, fresh thyme, and 6-8 garlic cloves get ground to a paste and applied to the meat. We used a meat thermometer and cooked until we had an inner temp of 140 degrees. Took off the grill, wrapped in tinfoil and let stand for about 10-15 minutes. Double click the picture and see if that doesn't make your mouth water. Prime rib on the barbie, a truly religious experience.

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