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post #271 of 384 Old 10-31-2013, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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I wasn't sure about the pickle at first but glad once the first bite happened.
That's the usual consensus! People are a little 'iffy' about it until they bite in. Once they experience the magical goodness and word spreads, you'll find you quickly go from cooking 1 package to 4.

Per campfires, the last time we went floating, a friend of mine brought his Weber grill. Besides that, I usually stab a hotdog or brat with a sharp, pokey, metal cooking device (hotdog stick? ). I wish I had more ideas for you. Perhaps someone reading this will have some good recipes!


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post #272 of 384 Old 10-31-2013, 11:26 AM
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I just went thru all yours on the first page. With some prep, I think I will try the grilled crab bites, chicken and veggies, marinated grilled shrimp or the chili dog idea over a fire. That is, unless it happens before then. I will post up when I do.

And I have done the fatty pork sausage before. It was a slightly different prep, but was great!

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Sounds like a good list of things to try! The chili dogs would be nice at a campfire and would be quite easy to do - put a hole in the chili can, set it near the fire, and roast the hotdogs on a stick!

I haven't cooked a fatty in quite a while but it's about time to do one. If we didn't already have so much planned for the weekend, I'd throw one on the smoker!

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Off the Barbie and without garlic. Very good and spicy!


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That looks wonderful!

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It was great. Thanks for the idea.

I have the fixing for the stuffed peps and crab for later this week.

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Wow you're doing better than I am! I've been caught up doing yard work and tinkering with the J-10. The smoke last weekend turned out awesome but my camera was on the fritz so we didn't get many pictures. I guess there is always next time...

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I guess there is always next time...
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I did the crab and the bacon wrapped jalapenos and all I can say it thank you.

Shrimp was 10/10 - Freaking awesome!!! and very easy to make.
crab was 8/10 - my fault as I didnt take my time to get the chunks out of the shell
stuff Jalapenos - 9/10 - I used different peppers (started with an H) and my cheese ran out each end. I will be redoing this one later for pictures.

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I did the crab and the bacon wrapped jalapenos and all I can say it thank you.

Shrimp was 10/10 - Freaking awesome!!! and very easy to make.
crab was 8/10 - my fault as I didnt take my time to get the chunks out of the shell
stuff Jalapenos - 9/10 - I used different peppers (started with an H) and my cheese ran out each end. I will be redoing this one later for pictures.
Glad the recipes are working out for you! "Started with an H" - Habanero? Those tend to be quite a bit hotter than Jalapenos...

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Glad the recipes are working out for you! "Started with an H" - Habanero? Those tend to be quite a bit hotter than Jalapenos...
Yep, that was it. They looked bigger than the ones in your picture on the grill. They were pretty hot too even without the seeds.

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About 3 weeks ago, my brother, son, and I made a massive amount of Chili and Italian Beef, both of which turned out to be awesome. I was going to set this up like a normal recipe but I think I'll skip that since this isn't a typical grilled/smoked recipe. Either way, I have a few pictures to post!

First, we took a couple roasts...





...and threw them in the smoker until the reached about 165°F.





Once they hit 165°F, we added them to a Crock-Pot filled with peppers and Italian Beef seasonings (pick your favorite recipe).







We let it sit for a couple hours...



...then shredded it in time for dinner!



It was awesome! Next time, I think I'll reduce the amount of jalapenos in the mix. I enjoy spicy food but I think for some, it was a bit too much.

We also cooked this massive amount of chili. My wife received a recipe she really likes that includes dark beer and coffee. I'd never heard of that before so I had to try it out!



We cooked all of this on the Friday after Thanksgiving. Considering the mess we made, it was probably a good thing my wife was at work that day...





And finally, my helpers for the day:

Me and my Little Man:



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We had a good time that day. The way I see it, everyone should take a day every now and then and cook entirely too much food.


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We go to the beach north of here with lots of friends. We all have houses there (lucky but poor because of it). This Christmas break has a Mexican night on the agenda. I will be searching your thread for a dish that will sort of the weak ones. Any recommendations Chris?

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Hmmm... Let me think on that a bit. I was about to ask you all for a new suggestion as I want to grill/smoke a new recipe within the next few weekends but was unsure. Instead, I think I'll try to come up with a Mexican type dish...

I need to ponder on it though. If anyone has suggestions in this genre, throw 'em at me!

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Crock pot carnitas or shredded beef for tacos. Pretty easy and great taste. Just use a jar of salsa and a small pork shoulder or a small roast. Use a salsa a little hotter then you normally use cause it mellows out a bit
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