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May 15th, 2018 at 12:32pm

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I had a similar situation some while back.
After hard wire brushing the grill, I got some mutton bones, spread them across the grill and slow cooked them. Kept moving them around which over about 4 hrs. nicely re seasoned the grill and left me with some well baked bones.
These went into a pot with some extra herbs, couple of carrots, chopped onion and bay leaves. After several hours slow simmering this reduced down into a very tasty stock.
Worked out a good result both ways  Cool
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Reply #1 - May 15th, 2018 at 12:33pm

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Oooops, this was to be in response to tadpole's post...stuffed up somewhere  Roll Eyes
 

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Well I have to do the grill at some stage, so maybe I'll give that a go. I kind of cheat though, instead of the wire brush, I bought a wire brush attachment for my drill and can strip all the rust off in about 2 minutes. I reckon I could cut it down to 1 minute if I can find one with stiffer bristles  Grin
 
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