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Old 09-29-2006, 08:32 AM   #1
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Old 09-29-2006, 09:15 AM   #2
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Fresh turkey breasts are on sale so I'm gonna brine and smoke 1 or 2, not sure what day yet. I also have to do some chicken wings for a end of the year party we're having at work on Monday. I'm planning on doing some with Wolfe Rub Original and some with Wolfe Rub Bold. Probably won't sauce them with the normal Reverend Marvin/Honey combo, since they're gonna be eaten cold. But I still may, I dunno.
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Old 09-29-2006, 09:28 AM   #4
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Finally getting settled in the new place, so I plan on once again taking on the Kingfisher Offset with a chicken. Results should be much better now that I got the scoop on how to operate it. Might even toss on a rack of ribs.
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Hopefully, free 'q at oinktoberfest on Saturday, then homemade Itialian sausage with peppers and onions and some type of potato's sunday night..
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Old 09-29-2006, 10:12 AM   #6
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I'll be reheating the grub I did this week on my gasser .
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Old 09-29-2006, 10:36 AM   #7
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Re: This Weekend's Menue 9/29 - 10/1

Well Niki and I will be in Mocks Corner tomorrow for the Berkley Cook Off so thats handled . Might put a shoulder on the smoker for Sunday . I did get to the 2- 55 gallon steel drums for the new somker I want to build then I can think about getting into some of the competitons for myself when I can do butts, ribs or chickens.
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Saturday: Great wedding food and pies. Sunday: the good eats of Chicago. Deep dish pizza maybe...
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Old 09-29-2006, 11:17 AM   #9
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Re: This Weekend's Menue 9/29 - 10/1

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Well Niki and I will be in Mocks Corner tomorrow for the Berkley Cook Off so thats handled . Might put a shoulder on the smoker for Sunday . I did get to the 2- 55 gallon steel drums for the new somker I want to build then I can think about getting into some of the competitons for myself when I can do butts, ribs or chickens.
HMMMMMMMMMMM. 2 55 gal drums....whatcha gonna do with them? Taking a lil walk on the Dark Side
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Old 09-29-2006, 04:25 PM   #10
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Undecided at this point! Leftover zitti tonight!
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Old 09-29-2006, 06:22 PM   #11
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Thawed out some leftover(If you can believe it) Tri Tip.
Already seasoned with the Wolfe Rub Bold I grilled it with.
Added a little sweet onion, fresh mushrooms, & a can of "North American" steak sauce.
Also had some fresh saurkraut & mushroom pierogies from the local Polish mkt.. Here's a pic




As far as the rest of the weekend........WORK, WORK, WORK!!
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I picked up a nice $2-off, 3-lb boneless chuck roast today, and my m-i-l fixed it in the pressure cooker for supper. It was every bit as tender and flavorful as anticipated. Nevertheless, I kept thinking about Griff's report on Wolfe Rubbed smoked chuck. I gotta try that.

The rest of the weekend it will be German food -- my bike club is having its annual Oktoberfest in the Catoctin Mtns, just down the hill from Camp David.

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Re: This Weekend's Menue 9/29 - 10/1

HMMMMMMMMMMM. 2 55 gal drums....whatcha gonna do with them? Taking a lil walk on the Dark Side [/quote]


I am the Dark Side youngling!!!!!!
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Old 09-29-2006, 07:11 PM   #14
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Planning on doing up some Road Side chicken for tomorrow night. Using Brian S.'s recipie with a little Chiavetta's marinade.
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I put a rack of spares on for the race a while ago. Got some brisket beans out of the freezer. May make up some cornbread.
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Quote:
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Thawed out some leftover(If you can believe it) Tri Tip.
Already seasoned with the Wolfe Rub Bold I grilled it with.
Added a little sweet onion, fresh mushrooms, & a can of "North American" steak sauce.
Also had some fresh saurkraut & mushroom pierogies from the local Polish mkt.. Here's a pic




As far as the rest of the weekend........WORK, WORK, WORK!!
Good looking stuff! Saurkraut gives me gas. Still good stuff!
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I just put the chicken into the Roadside Chicken marinade. Gonna have that with rice balls and a salad.
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Rice balls? Gotta see a pic of that.
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Old 09-30-2006, 02:43 PM   #19
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What kind of Italian are you? My grandmother made these all the time! I'll post pics later!
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Nick you do know how hard it is for me to hold back right now
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