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JMCFAN 09-15-2007 08:12 AM

BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
Got creative with stuff from Lowes....

Chilie Roaster:D

http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p.../BBQgadget.jpg

Archena 09-15-2007 08:35 AM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
Silly boy - we can use that to roast okra down South...



You have way too much time on your hands - I like it!

asudavew 09-15-2007 10:44 AM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
I give it a vote!


Nice

Brauma 09-15-2007 11:00 AM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
I believe I could roast garlic in one of those!

Unofornaio 09-15-2007 11:45 AM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brauma (Post 15226)
I believe I could roast garlic in one of those!

If you are into garlic as much as I assume you are I'm sure you know of Gilroy, CA (garlic capitol of the World) right? Anyway each year I go the the festival and they have a roaster similar to this one only the cage is a much tighter cloth. Which makes sense because as it rolls around and gets softer and softer it may catch on the holes. They use whole peeled big..umm darn it I cant thing of what the sections of the bulb are called.. you know what I'm talking about though. The (insert name) are from Christopher Ranch and they have THE BEST garlic the ( ) are the size of a quarter an average, very nice to work with.

In July and August the entire area from Gilroy to Morgan Hill smells like a giant pot of sauce (red sauce) because they can tomatoes also this time of the year there..I love it.. I tell people its probably what the Italian section of Heaven smells like:)

Love the gadget--- you could use it for nuts also mmm roasted chestnuts. Man it would be awesome to put nuts in WITH the peppers and both would catch the others taste...now Im hungry :D

Brauma 09-15-2007 12:24 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Unofornaio (Post 15228)
If you are into garlic as much as I assume you are I'm sure you know of Gilroy, CA (garlic capitol of the World) right? Anyway each year I go the the festival...

I've never been to Gilroy for the Festival but I will go one of these years. It's on my list of things to do. VA has its own Garlic Festival in October. We have gone each year since '94. Well sorry, we did miss '96 - the year we got married.

If you check out my profile I have my web site listed. I hope it's OK to list it here: Brauma's Smoked Garlic Powder Yes, you could say that Im into garlic. I'm trying my best to make a go at a side business from a cottage industry/long time hobby.

Sorry to hijack your thread JMCFAN. Ive seen a roaster very similar to that one for roasting coffee.

RTflorida 09-15-2007 01:37 PM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
JMC - cool idea.....looks like I have a project for next weekend. thanks for sharing

Archena 09-15-2007 02:06 PM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Unofornaio (Post 15228)
... They use whole peeled big..umm darn it I cant thing of what the sections of the bulb are called.. you know what I'm talking about though. The (insert name) are from Christopher Ranch and they have THE BEST garlic the ( ) are the size of a quarter an average, very nice to work with.

...

They're called 'cloves'. :)

asudavew 09-15-2007 02:36 PM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
Is that galvanized wire? :confused:

I've welded galvanized stuff before and the fumes are horrid.

I just thought about it... and was worried about safety issues.

Might want to check into it.

asudavew 09-15-2007 02:44 PM

Re: BBQ Gadget for those in the southwest
 
http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&ct=re...Lc40naUWsrLcww


Here is a link to the MSDS sheet.

Read section 6-V


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