Cookin' With Coal

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Post By: Bob500 » Mon. Feb. 19, 2018 4:58 pm

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President's day special, beef stew on the Chubby. :-D

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Post By: Wren » Mon. Feb. 19, 2018 6:51 pm

There are ships on it! How dreamy is that. The stew looks good too.

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Post By: Sunny Boy » Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 7:23 am

The BBQ grill is buried under wet, heavy snow, but that doesn't stop us from enjoying mid-winter grilling indoors where it's nice and warm. ;)

I came in from snow blowing to find that Melissa had seasoned some "country style" pork ribs and we grilled them on the Glenwood. Along with a couple of potatoes that she had wrapped in aluminum foil and baked in the oven an hour, and some boiled carrots.

I know I've shown stovetop grilling in this thread before, but this works so well, I thought I'd share it again.

We just lift off one of the round covers over the firebox, cover the hole with a small wire cooling rack "grill", and cover the grill with a large frying pan so that the open stove top is not sucking room air in over the firebed and stalling the draft. The pan also acts like a range hood. It insures that the stove's draft pulls the smoke from the grease dripping into the fire and sends it to the chimney, ..... not the smoke alarm. :D

Enjoy!

Paul
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Post By: Bob500 » Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 8:46 am

:clap: Looks good!

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Post By: windyhill4.2 » Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 9:00 am

SB, you need one of those glass lids to cover that with instead of the kettle.... then you can set-up a camcorder so we can all watch it grill while we all keep warm. :)

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Post By: Wren » Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 11:21 am

Wow. So you can use the upper air for grilling or take off the lids. Ivhavent got the nerve for the broiler door yet but working flat looks safe enough. Maybe Ill try today as we have a blizzard and my daughter will be arriving home for spring break. Amazing.

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Post By: archangel_cpj » Tue. Mar. 13, 2018 1:00 am

did the same thing today for burgers
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Post By: Sunny Boy » Fri. Mar. 16, 2018 11:15 am

Wren wrote:
Sun. Mar. 04, 2018 11:21 am
Wow. So you can use the upper air for grilling or take off the lids. Ivhavent got the nerve for the broiler door yet but working flat looks safe enough. Maybe Ill try today as we have a blizzard and my daughter will be arriving home for spring break. Amazing.
Yes. But you have to use some type of a cover over the grill, or else all that inrush of room air will not only make the food cook slower and unevenly, it will stall the fire with too much over-fire air.

I use a large frying pan- enough to cover for grilling on one round cover hole, but as you can see with Archangel's pix, a half-sheet sized baking pan works to grill on both round cover holes over the firebox. ;)

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Post By: Sunny Boy » Fri. Mar. 16, 2018 11:18 am

archangel_cpj wrote:
Tue. Mar. 13, 2018 1:00 am
did the same thing today for burgers
Looks good, and I'll bet they turned out great ! ;)

Paul

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Post By: charlesosborne2002 » Sun. Jul. 15, 2018 8:41 am

The middle two round plates run about 350-400, the right front about 250, and the back right about 150 for "simmering"

Hence, the expression, "Put it on the back burner...

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Post By: Photog200 » Sun. Sep. 16, 2018 2:56 pm

Too bad they don’t stay looking this clean for long. Spent 3 hrs cleaning her up this morning.
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Post By: windyhill4.2 » Sun. Sep. 16, 2018 9:50 pm

Looks like a brand new stove picture..... are you sure you didn't post an original stock photo ??? :P

I would say that those 3 hrs were well spent & the goal was very well achieved. :yes:

Now the question is... will you use the stove for cooking or just keep it sitting there looking pretty ? :what:

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Post By: Photog200 » Mon. Sep. 17, 2018 5:32 am

windyhill4.2 wrote:
Sun. Sep. 16, 2018 9:50 pm
Looks like a brand new stove picture..... are you sure you didn't post an original stock photo ??? :P

I would say that those 3 hrs were well spent & the goal was very well achieved. :yes:

Now the question is... will you use the stove for cooking or just keep it sitting there looking pretty ? :what:
Oh, I use it, that is why it does not stay looking like that long. :D In normal years, I use it to do a lot of canning but it has been so hot this year I have opted to use propane stoves instead. It will be nice to start using it again!

Randy

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Post By: D.lapan » Mon. Sep. 17, 2018 5:37 pm

Welp, just stole a glenwood
1909 m cabinet, 24” fire box 20” oven roll top bread warmer with 1936 kero conversion, all in working order until last fall when removed with a brand new never installed kicker and what I believe to be flue caps, took it out from the original owners house..
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Post By: Photog200 » Tue. Sep. 18, 2018 5:24 am

D.lapan wrote:
Mon. Sep. 17, 2018 5:37 pm
Welp, just stole a glenwood
1909 m cabinet, 24” fire box 20” oven roll top bread warmer with 1936 kero conversion, all in working order until last fall when removed with a brand new never installed kicker and what I believe to be flue caps, took it out from the original owners house..
Nice find!

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