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Whats for dinner???

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by JLA, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    hey roadkill what did u glaze ribs with? Terry u using smoker or regular grill?
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    terryu1 Armed Infidel Supporting Member

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    Its a hybrid charcoal grill/smoker. Has a small propane burner to light charcoal so as not to use any fluid. Was smoking indirect.
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    hmmmm let us know how it turns out. So no wood burning is involved and u still get the smoke taste
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    No picts, but man is it good. Halupki. Pigs in the blanket, stuffed cabbage. Birthday party out the Indian Village tonight. Wife made 2 crockpots, one just done, second in fridge. Got to absorb the alcohol before hittin the hay. Them Hunkies know how to cook, and paprika, man; ought to be a law. Couple downriver Indian friends flying in on Tuesday, they grew up on cabbage & salmon. They'll enjoy the halupki more than the caribou. Halupki, mashed tatoes, and tomato gravy, I luv it.
  5. terryu1

    terryu1 Armed Infidel Supporting Member

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    I use mesquite charcoal briquets and some small (1" or so) sticks of cherry wood from a tree I cut down. The propane is to start the fire only. Brisket turned out quite well. Nice smoke ring almost 1/4" all way around.
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    Ooooohhhh yeah, good ol' hunkie food, but isn't food a great international language all on it's own? Going way North, South, East, West for new ideas it doesn't matter.

    That's why I like this food forum. :)
  7. Roadkil

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    Nothing special just slathered on my favorite BBQ sauce (KC Masterpiece original) straight from the bottle.
  8. JoeV

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    The wife made dinner tonight. Burgers on my homemade sandwich thins.

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  9. JoeV

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    This was a big hit with the wife when she got home.

    Made some fresh wheat pasta...

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    Got some veggies together...

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    Then put it all together and topped it with grilled chicken breast and fresh grated Parmesan cheese.

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  10. BETH

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    beef tips with mushrooms
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    I got some shrimp gumbo
  12. JoeV

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    Don't call me a vegan/vegitarian woosie boy. Had a couple of zucchinis from my brother, so tonight was Veggie Burgers, salad and corn-on-the-cob. If you never had one, it's B.S. from the grazing crowd that say it tastes just like a burger. Baloney! It tastes like ground up veggies. it's not bad, but now I'm Jonesing for a baloney samich.

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  13. jack404

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    well only got 41 prawns for 2 hours of prawning ( and why i was online at 4 am this morning )

    so not enough for a true feed of prawns so i mixed em up some

    tomatoes Bok Choi wombock corriander and a balsamic and lemon juice sauce , stir fried enough to make hot with some local spaghetti

    a bottle of the local spatlese ( white wine ) and about to sit down for lunch with some folks ,

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  14. JoeV

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    Boy o boy, that sure looks delicious Jack.
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    had to do something.. 41 prawns ? hahahahaha

    10+ years in SE asia and you learn to cook a bit
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