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Discussion in 'Homesteading & Cooking' started by CardiacColt68, Apr 21, 2016.
Smoked wings in general are the schiznit.
And damn, I didn't know that was how you spelled schiznit.
Hang around here and we'll learn you some stuff.
This will put your man card in jeopardy unless you were drinking them from a dirty glass.
I drank from the dainty little cans because that's what they gave me. You don't look gift booze in the mouth.
Well, I took before pics. But didn't think to take any during cooking or before the destruction. But they sure were damn good.
Did you bring bill one too?
There's 2 left. One of y'all gonna have to come to my girlfriends in pleasant garden to get it. I'm in no shape to drive
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I grilled some of those burgers, too. No pictures before, during, or after. They were pretty darn tasty, though.
I did happen by a yard sale on Saturday and spotted a like new Weber kettle. I rescued it along with a cover, chimney, and a bunch of grilling accessories, all Weber brand, and a bag and a half of charcoal. All for about the price of the charcoal.
i was already there.... (you asked for that one brother)
Love, Love, Love my Kamado!!!
That is some nice looking barbecue sauce you have on the shelf.
20160716_135928 by JamesLFlowers posted Jul 16, 2016 at 2:16 PM
Meat for my birthday bash is on the grill!
Happy Birthday and nice meat James!
+1 happy birthday
@JamesLFlowers knows how to celebrate a birthday! Happy birthday!
Chiken thighs and some Andouille sausage for a special recipe. It is your lucky night.......
The chicken thighs and sausage(sliced into bite sizes pieces) mixed in with banana peppers and onions sauteed with some garlic. Then you add the chicken and sausage pieces with some good sweet/spicy barbecue sauce. Let it warm up good. Then pour it all over a bed of rice. Viola, food. And it is all excellent together.
So they were getting rid of some old office furniture...
I guess most of you have heard of Low Country Boil, I did a Low Country Grill. Taters, sausage, shrimp, and corn, EVOO, salt, pepper, and Old Bay. Very good eatin'.
And, for dessert, Blueberry Cobbler.
In the skillet and ready for the heat.
After 35-40 minutes, she's ready.
After it cooled a little, I topped it with some vanilla ice cream.
Did my first whole pork loin tonight. What a great way to get a bunch of beat for not much money. I think I paid about $17 for this 9 lb loin at Harris Teeter.
Dry brined, mustard rubbed and then added some Penzey's Fajita seasoning I had lying around. Came out very nice and juicy. Lots of vacuum packed bags in the freezer now too!
Bi Lo had those on sale a few weeks ago. I did half and then a couple of weeks later did the other. I just did a simple rub, cooked indirect, and devoured it. Very good eating.
I like them, and you're right they get you plenty of meat for the money.
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Took some seasoned and marinated tips off to make room for the asparagus.
Found the mac-n-cheese too
Just a smaller portion.
That meal looks great!
Was going to bake it on the grill, but the minion decided on the box of kraft kind. Lol
Ribeye ready for grill.
Time to smack some lips. lol