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  • Re: Bacon wrapped dogs and tots...

    Nice! Especially the cheese filled tots.
  • Re: Fried Lobster Tail

    SGH said:
    tarheelmatt said:
     I would have devoured either one though.  
    This^^^^^^^^^ is why you are one of my favorites brother Tar. I respect a man of large appetite.  And for the record, I would have devoured them if they were coated in dog $hit ;)
    Hmmmm... guess you could have my share in that case!
  • Re: Sharing Some Recent Cooks

    Good looking stuff Craig!
  • Re: College Football Shoutouts!

    Tar Heel fan here!  


    Did not see that one coming! :wink: 
  • Fried Lobster Tail

    Saw some Rock Lobster tails at the grocery store on Saturday and decided to give the fried lobster tail a try. I had intended to bread them with Panko Bread Crumbs and picked up a box of those as well. When I got ready to prepare them last night, I realized that, instead of the bread crumbs, I had purchased a box of tempura batter mix. Oh well. no big deal, I did them that way instead. Deep fried in clean oil, around 350* or so, for 3-5 minutes; until they were golden brown. Made up some honey/dijon mustard dipping sauce to go with them. I wanted to use the egg for this cook so, I grilled a couple of ground brisket burgers for Mrs. TOTN and myself to go with the lobster tails. A very tasty meal indeed!

    Removed the tails from the shells and rinsed them off. I cut some of the larger tails into two pieces



    After frying them, I let them drain on paper towel.


    Served with a tasty ground brisket burger.