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    • Broke down and bought the Grilla silverbac. Hope to have it for the weekend but doubt it. Looking forward to having a grill again


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      • Originally posted by Thechosen1 View Post
        Broke down and bought the Grilla silverbac. Hope to have it for the weekend but doubt it. Looking forward to having a grill again


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        • What is a good recommendation for some bbq knives that arenít too expensive? Iíd like to get something nice to do some easy fat trimming and easily slice brisket, cut ribs, etc. Iíd like to find something better than a standard kitchen set.


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          • Originally posted by gmiller598 View Post
            What is a good recommendation for some bbq knives that arenít too expensive? Iíd like to get something nice to do some easy fat trimming and easily slice brisket, cut ribs, etc. Iíd like to find something better than a standard kitchen set.


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            My personal suggestion for knives, is a bit off the wall, but theyíve worked for me. Find a restaurant supply store and buy some cheap knives there. I canít remember the brand off hand, but theyíve got white plastic handles and they usually run about $20-$40 a knife, all the assorted shapes and sizes.

            They are not going to be lifetime knives, but theyíre inexpensive enough to toss out when they start to dull after a couple years. I personally donít want to spend the effort keeping good steel in shape, so these work well, and donít cost a fortune.
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            • Originally posted by dazeedmonds View Post
              My personal suggestion for knives, is a bit off the wall, but theyíve worked for me. Find a restaurant supply store and buy some cheap knives there. I canít remember the brand off hand, but theyíve got white plastic handles and they usually run about $20-$40 a knife, all the assorted shapes and sizes.

              They are not going to be lifetime knives, but theyíre inexpensive enough to toss out when they start to dull after a couple years. I personally donít want to spend the effort keeping good steel in shape, so these work well, and donít cost a fortune.
              These are what we use for trimming as well. Orange handle, Amazon $10 or so. Aaron Franklin talked about this in his PBS thing and while we have a nice set of knives in the kitchen, these are all we use for trimming. We do have a nice long brisket knife, but slicing and other finished product tasks are done with our regular set.
              In my 2018 #TheGrandaddy THP Event Bag

              Driver:
              Epic Flash w/ Helium Shaft 45"
              Driver 2: XXIO Prime w/
              Custom THP HZRDUS Shaft 43.5"
              Fairway Wood:
              5 Wood
              Hybrids: Launcher HB
              Irons: Apex 19 w/ Recoil Proto 95
              Wedges:
              CBX 50* and RTX-4 56* & 60* PM Grind 19
              Putter: EXO Stroke Lab Marxman
              Balls:
              Chrome Soft X

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              • Originally posted by gmiller598 View Post
                What is a good recommendation for some bbq knives that arenít too expensive? Iíd like to get something nice to do some easy fat trimming and easily slice brisket, cut ribs, etc. Iíd like to find something better than a standard kitchen set.


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                • Tri tip 2 ways last night. Both were pretty yum!


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                  • Originally posted by dazeedmonds View Post
                    My personal suggestion for knives, is a bit off the wall, but they’ve worked for me. Find a restaurant supply store and buy some cheap knives there. I can’t remember the brand off hand, but they’ve got white plastic handles and they usually run about $20-$40 a knife, all the assorted shapes and sizes.

                    They are not going to be lifetime knives, but they’re inexpensive enough to toss out when they start to dull after a couple years. I personally don’t want to spend the effort keeping good steel in shape, so these work well, and don’t cost a fortune.
                    Originally posted by JB View Post
                    These are what we use for trimming as well. Orange handle, Amazon $10 or so. Aaron Franklin talked about this in his PBS thing and while we have a nice set of knives in the kitchen, these are all we use for trimming. We do have a nice long brisket knife, but slicing and other finished product tasks are done with our regular set.
                    Originally posted by EnglishTurn View Post
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                    I'll check these options out. I live pretty close to a restaurant supply store so I might just swing in there to see them in person. It looks like they have a 10" Dexter chef's knife for $18 online. I know our normal kitchen knives aren't very sharp so finding one that helps make the fat trimming process a lot easier will help a lot. I'll dig around a bit more to see if I can find what JB was talking about too.
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                    • Originally posted by gmiller598 View Post
                      What is a good recommendation for some bbq knives that aren’t too expensive? I’d like to get something nice to do some easy fat trimming and easily slice brisket, cut ribs, etc. I’d like to find something better than a standard kitchen set.


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                      You'll find that a curved blade works very well trimming up stuff.
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                      • Once again I am on the charcoal bbq dreaming trend. My apartment doesn't allow solid fueled bbqs but after roasting a prime rib on just a simple weber kettle while camping this weekend, I love that flavour.
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                        • Originally posted by EnglishTurn View Post
                          Dexter

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                          This. I have 2. Keep them sharp, and they are fantastic.

                          If it's good enough for Aaron, it's good enough for me. haha.

                          https://www.amazon.com/Dexter-Russel.../dp/B0001MRYDI



                          He talks about the knife @1:20

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmTzdMHu5KU

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                          • Just bought a Weber Kettle Premium 22' in green. Now I want to build this.


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                            • That's awesome!
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                              SZ Irons 4-GW
                              X-Forged 54˚, 58˚ MD/C-Grind
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                              Decibel Stand Bag
                              Any ball I pull out of my big tub.

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                              • Originally posted by gmiller598 View Post
                                I'll check these options out. I live pretty close to a restaurant supply store so I might just swing in there to see them in person. It looks like they have a 10" Dexter chef's knife for $18 online. I know our normal kitchen knives aren't very sharp so finding one that helps make the fat trimming process a lot easier will help a lot. I'll dig around a bit more to see if I can find what JB was talking about too.
                                A 7 or 9 inch filet/boning knife is the easiest to trim fat. At least for me.

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