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  • Re: What are your go to appetizers?

    I am surprised nobody has mentioned Stuffed Mushrooms. I found a great recipe and the wife devourers them.
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  • Re: Meeting the Daughter's new Boyfriend

    It always makes a good impression to be setting at the table cleaning your Gun. Be sure to explain that she is your only daughter and must be treated with the utmost respect. The Ribs look awesome and I am sure he will enjoy them.
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  • Re: Beer Brats! (pics)

    I make those often and usually boil them in Beer and Onions then Grill them until light brown. They come out supper tender and full of flavor.
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  • Mock Chicken Legs!

    I finally got around to making the Mock Chicken Legs I had talked about before. It seems my Chickens got done sooner then expected so I decided to make these while the BGE was hot. They are a combination of Beef and Pork and I used a Pork Roast and Beef Roast cut into bite size pieces for the meat. In the 40's they used Pork and Veal but for me the Veal is a little high. They at threaded onto Skewers alternating Beef/Pork until you have about a 6"-7" skewer. You then roll them in flour, Egg, and Panko bread crumbs. Doing these on the BGE was an experiment for me and although they turned out alright I now wish I had Browned them in Canola oil first instead of just doing them on the egg as they weren't as browned and crispy as I wanted. Next time I will brown them first and then do them indirect at 250 to 300 until they are done. Here are some pictures for reference.image
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  • Re: Stand up chickens

    Those look real good. I need to do me some more of those so we have some in the house. I always do three at a time. Eat one and freeze the rest. With just two of us now we can do that.
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