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Old 10-27-2006, 07:15 AM   #1
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4th in ribs--CONGRATS!!!! What kind of sauce did you use?
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Old 10-27-2006, 07:34 AM   #2
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Got some ribeyes for tonight. Nothing else yet for the weekend, except golf on Sunday with the local bar afterwards to watch the game.
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Old 10-27-2006, 07:53 AM   #3
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Old 10-27-2006, 02:19 PM   #4
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making a honey teriyaki sauce and a spicy sweet and sour sauce for this bar down the road that everyone says has the best chicken wings around...this will be the second batch of 1/2 gallons for them...the teriyaki is still needing a little tweeking, but the sweet and sour is the bomb....
gonna make my maple habenero for her to try, that i think should go over really well....

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Old 10-27-2006, 02:26 PM   #5
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Re: This Weekend's Menu 10/27 - 10/29

Congrats on that fine showing!! I know firemen are good cooks.

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Missed putting on last weekend's menu. I did a cook-off the whole weekend. Took 4th in ribs and 9th in chicken out of 40 teams. I got a hold of one of them briskets that just would not get tender no matter what I did. Today is Friday and I think it's gonna be stuffed pork chops with what ever sides my other half can think of. Saturday's gonna be ribs, chicken and pulled pork, with tater salad and sweet beans. Sunday is pasta with Italian sausage and roasted red peppers and onions.
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Old 10-27-2006, 02:28 PM   #6
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Never heard about this no-sauce rule. Was it a sanctioned event? They usually just nag for using too much sauce. Looks like pepper jelly would be considered some version of sauce. I'm cornfused.

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No sauce was allowed. I rubbed them down and finished them off the last hour with a pepper jelly glaze. I took 1st in ribs last April out of 67 teams doing it the same way. It's the first time we have won anything in the top five since 1998.
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A glaze aint a sauce BW you dumb Texan.
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Old 10-27-2006, 03:42 PM   #8
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Going to pick up my aunt from LAX, she comes in from Greece on Saturday. She's staying for 4 months. We're going to San Diego for the weekend.

Breakfast treats at The Mission. Dinner at Aqua Blu. Lunches around town...but will keep ya posted. Brother said he would do tri tip...but I don't think so. He's a great kitchen guy, but needs to steer clear of live fire.
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Old 10-27-2006, 06:04 PM   #10
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Frozen pizza tonight. I'm making 12 qts. of ministrone tomorrow. And hopefully on Sunday I'm going to try Griffloaf.
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Frozen pizza tonight. I'm making 12 qts. of ministrone tomorrow. And hopefully on Sunday I'm going to try Griffloaf.
By the way I've posted here as Smokin Yankee, and as Brian in Maine on a couple of other forums. But from now on I'll just be Brian.
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Bad weather here this weekend so probably nothing outside.
Did chicken fried steak with gravy lastnight, wings today, Sunday....dunno yet.
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Just caught a recipe for chicken fried steaks cooked in bacon grease with buttermilk bisqits...hopefully monday...
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I feel like chicken tonight. Like chicken tonight!

thighs soaking inChiavetta's marinade with some olive oil
and sugar. Gonna do half plain and half with an as yet undetermined
bbq sauce.
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Too busy this weekend for smoking. We had fried chicken from Walmart last night (first and last time trying it. lol) I am going to make some kind of tomato based sausage/ground beef pasta sauce tonight before trick or treating. Tomorrow will most likely be either turkey (from the freezer) or tuna casserole. It really depends on what everyone wants to eat. lol It's an easy weekend for me.
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we had been invited to a neighbors "fire pit" outing (we just call them bonfires where I'm from) and there was this "oh yeah....if you want to bring some ribs that would be great" added after the invite. I dunno if its going to happen after all the rain overnight, theres a couple of inches of water standing in the yard in some places. guess I'll just have to eat them indoors.
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Just caught a recipe for chicken fried steaks cooked in bacon grease with buttermilk bisqits...hopefully monday...
Don't forget to post the recipe John!
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I now have Sunday off
Might do a chuck or a butt. Weather is going to be nasty though.
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Sirloin tip roast for a party tonight
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