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Old 09-06-2011, 05:18 PM   #76
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Amhuffly---Dang--You have some tasty recipes in that link--

I'll be book marking that--Thank you---Mike----

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Old 09-11-2011, 07:23 PM   #77
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Philly cheesesteaks for me.

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Old 09-11-2011, 07:36 PM   #78
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Old 09-11-2011, 08:12 PM   #79
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What ever's in the fridge that isn't rotten. I'm having half a serving of spinach/cheese ravioli and some chicken fingers.
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Roast chicken and rice---
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Old 09-11-2011, 09:50 PM   #81
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We made French Dip tonight. Took all day really, but they were mmmm good!

Marinated and rubbed a 2.75# chuck roast last nite and put in the smoker this morning. Made whipped potatoes and beef gravy too.

This is the recipe I used: http://www.thesmokering.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=13463
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Old 09-11-2011, 10:42 PM   #82
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Thanks, I am more then willing to share or even take on new foods.
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Old 09-11-2011, 10:45 PM   #83
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Philly cheesesteaks for me.

This sounded good, real good so I ran out to Subway (yes, Subway now has philly cheesesteaks) but they closed at 8 p.m. I missed them by almost an hour. Probably aren't as good as a real philly but close enough to get the taste, I'd guess.

I settled on four tasty crispy fajita tacos from the local Mexican restaraunt.

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Old 09-29-2011, 07:44 PM   #84
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Seafood Alredo from The Olive Garden smothered in cheese. Awesome.

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Tomorrow night's dinner is already marinading - a Mediterranean style smoked shoulder. . . I'll put it on early in the AM with a mix of wood/coal, I'll keep the fire stoked all day and - it'll be falling apart by 6:00 PM.

At around 4:00 I'll get the hibachi going and start an olive/wine/mushroom dish that's just heavenly when it's prepped over a wood fire. . . and I'll then make a thick stew-like broth with wine and herbs to drown it in.

So goes the food we're feasting on while I'm renovating the kitchen.
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Tomorrow night's dinner is already marinading - a Mediterranean style smoked shoulder. . . I'll put it on early in the AM with a mix of wood/coal, I'll keep the fire stoked all day and - it'll be falling apart by 6:00 PM.

At around 4:00 I'll get the hibachi going and start an olive/wine/mushroom dish that's just heavenly when it's prepped over a wood fire. . . and I'll then make a thick stew-like broth with wine and herbs to drown it in.

So goes the food we're feasting on while I'm renovating the kitchen.


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Haha - dinner's at 6:30. Meats a cooking - everyone's hungry. I'm giving a go at a fire-baked bread recipe that my Mom use to do. . . it's like a focaccia bread but heavier on olive oil than oven-baked breads.

Can you tell I miss my kitchen?
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Haha - dinner's at 6:30. Meats a cooking - everyone's hungry. I'm giving a go at a fire-baked bread recipe that my Mom use to do. . . it's like a focaccia bread but heavier on olive oil than oven-baked breads.

Can you tell I miss my kitchen?
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Tonight's smoked dinner: mahogany salmon with boc choy and oranges with a creamy sauce.

The bread last night was awesome but it was homemade so it took several hours to rise/set and all that . . . worth every moment, though.

One thing I learned last week is that rice does not cook well on a smoker
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ive never eaten a horseshoe, anybody ever tried menudo or know what menudo is?

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