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Barbecue On A Stick

Lee2Lee2 Posts: 38
edited 6:33PM in EggHead Forum
The fresh ham I picked up from the butcher today is frozen solid, so while it's thawing and curing this next week, I found some picnic trimmings for $1.49 a pound which should make good barbecue on a stick, Filipino style. It's fairly lean, so hopefully it will work out well. I don't measure the marinade ingredients, but the meat will soak in a mixture of 7Up, soy sauce, honey and/or brown sugar, onion, fresh ginger and garlic. I'll slice the meat fairly thin and thread it onto bamboo skewers and cook it over some apple I think.


  • TeslamaniaTeslamania Posts: 144
    Lee2,[p]Sounds great, a pork satay.

  • Lee2Lee2 Posts: 38

    This is sweeter than a saytay, and would normally be cooked by street vendors over the nastiest cheapest charcoal around. It is good, though, and you can adjust the sweetness factor, of course. If there are any Westpac sailors in the group, I imagine they know this barbecue by its other name, monkey meat.

  • Boy does that bring back memories of the eairly 70's
  • SongDog,[p]Leaving Friendship Gate, making the first stop of the night at the Gold Coast for some pool, Didi's Pizza, and pork sticks,,,,,,,,watch out for the Billy Boy's!!![p]

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Tanker Tim,
    Bon Voyage and hope you had a great time here on home turf. What did ya pack the small or the mini ?

  • Char-Woody,[p]I just got back from the SUPER MEGA WALMART in Ankeny, holy cow. They got a supermarket in there. I saw a 14 lb Brisket, and all most bought the damn thing just because it was $.99 a pound. What I'd give for the Large BGE right now.[p]I'm really starting to miss the convience of this place.[p]TT
  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    Tanker Tim,
    Did you ever getr a chance to make the pork recipe that I sent you?

  • RhumAndJerk,

  • RhumAndJerk,[p]Oops, I fat fingered that one.
    Not yet, I've been without a heat source for awhile since the British stores don't carry lump during the winter.
    I just got six bags from the local True Value and will be making a trip to the post office on Mon. Then I'll be back in the saddle (for a couple of weeks at least).[p]TT

  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Tanker Tim, [p]Thats a hunk of brisket..Wow. Good price. Dang, but if ya got the time I can share my Large BGE :-) I am about 1.25 hours away from ya !! [p]Good deal on the charcoal, you will like it if the US postal doesn't reduce it to powder for ya in transit.

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