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Old 09-27-2006, 02:17 PM   #1
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BBQ Potato Boats

bake your potatos, half em and scoop out like you would for
potato boats. Reserve potato meat for mashed taters later!



put some of your favorite rub, or just s-n- p on the taters, and some butter. You can coat the skins with evoo and rub as well.

Put in some crumbled velveeta or shredded cheese.., add some thick
bbq sauce, I used Sonny's.







add some bbq beans, made with sauce, onions and whatever you usually use.



don't overload, we're adding q in next. Then top with a thick sauce again.



top with cheese and bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until the cheese is melted..








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Old 09-27-2006, 02:19 PM   #2
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Oh man those look good Jim! Just might have to make some for the game Sunday!
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:24 PM   #3
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the poker boys really liked em...I didn't think they'd come out as good as they did, but they are really good. Much better than my usual experiments!
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Nice lookin! Great step-by-step explanation and pics.....
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:56 PM   #5
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very nice indeed....more like potato barges from the way they are loaded up!
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:57 PM   #6
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Another great invention!
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Old 09-27-2006, 03:41 PM   #7
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Those look awesome!
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Old 09-27-2006, 04:00 PM   #8
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Next time consider adding a big dollop of sour cream between the oven and the table.

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Old 09-27-2006, 04:04 PM   #9
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Those look great! Can't wait to try them

Griff, that would be like the cherry on top
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I mean this a good way...but it totally reminds me of the food from the college caf in Missouri
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Next time consider adding a big dollop of sour cream between the oven and the table.

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Why would you want to put a dollop of sour cream on the floor? Any way Cappy, those look great! Another thing for the to do list!
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Old 09-27-2006, 04:46 PM   #12
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Man Cappy, thats what I call POTATO justice. Lookin good. I will be doing those real soon.
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Another fine Cappy invention.
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Next time consider adding a big dollop of sour cream between the oven and the table.

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Why would you want to put a dollop of sour cream on the floor? Any way Cappy, those look great! Another thing for the to do list!
You could scoop it up with the potato boat

Nick your 2 do list must be a mile long
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Next time consider adding a big dollop of sour cream between the oven and the table.

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Why would you want to put a dollop of sour cream on the floor? Any way Cappy, those look great! Another thing for the to do list!
You could scoop it up with the potato boat

Nick your 2 do list must be a mile long
Another thing for the to do list. Shorten to do list!
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Next time consider adding a big dollop of sour cream between the oven and the table.

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Why would you want to put a dollop of sour cream on the floor? Any way Cappy, those look great! Another thing for the to do list!
You could scoop it up with the potato boat

Nick your 2 do list must be a mile long
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Re: BBQ Potato Boats

Hey Cappy..you obviously got way too much free time on your hands

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bake your potatos, half em and scoop out like you would for
potato boats. Reserve potato meat for mashed taters later!



put some of your favorite rub, or just s-n- p on the taters, and some butter. You can coat the skins with evoo and rub as well.

Put in some crumbled velveeta or shredded cheese.., add some thick
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add some bbq beans, made with sauce, onions and whatever you usually use.



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top with cheese and bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until the cheese is melted..








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I have put sour cream on the taters...it is good! But just a bit!
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We gave up on sour cream several years back. Now its Hidden Valley Ranch Buttermilk dressing..wowser now that will flat make a baked tate fittin. Try some canned chopped green chiles on there sometime too. Or some fresh roasted ones if you got some. Highly good flavor combo with tates. Sorta satisfies the old ying and yang thang.

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We gave up on sour cream several years back. Now its Hidden Valley Ranch Buttermilk dressing..wowser now that will flat make a baked tate fittin. Try some canned chopped green chiles on there sometime too. Or some fresh roasted ones if you got some. Highly good flavor combo with tates. Sorta satisfies the old ying and yang thang.

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I have put sour cream on the taters...it is good! But just a bit!
My Ying or Yang hasn't been satisfied in a while, I might have to give it a whirl!
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