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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jennio11, Nov 14, 2014.
Looks like some baby backs turkey and smoked scallops
Potato wedges on the grill, last few minutes begin lathering with bbq sauce of your choice. Allow it to caramelize before apply new layers.
These are to die for.
It just wouldn't be a Pennsylvania Dutch Thanksgiving without "Hot Bacon Dressing" on the salads:
Step by Step to make:
Hot Bacon Dressing (Pennsylvania Dutch)
Green bean casserole
Grilled steak and veggie Kabobs! Cubed, marinated prime sirlion, vidalia onions, red and green peppers, yellow squash, and button mushrooms...with some fresh grilled corn on the side!
a breakfast fatty to start the day off
Let's have some chicken cordon bleu smoked with cherry wood.
Twice smoked prime rib...
Still no Facebook here, but for a side dish or appetizer or whatever it may be called...... Rice pudding hits the spot.
Some nice smoked Mac n Cheese is always a hit
Hello Link. Sure I can share. Are you ready for it? Okay...put raw oysters in the regular dressing you like to make. Stir'em up to get them scattered and cook as you normally would. I love it but my wife has a "texture" thing so we don't have it too often but I will sometimes make a small batch and cook it with the big one.
Smoked sweet potatoes are about the only way I'll eat sweet potatoes.
I'm getting a LOT of great ideas here!
BTW, Amazen was liked on my Bubba Chow page, can't seem to get you on my personal page...
I'm also the guy that called you asking if you could cut a smoke tube down for me... I weeped a bit, but I cut mine off last night.
I think in addition to my smoked shoulder I am going to add on a smoked venison roast for good measure. I am overly addicted to smoking everything I cook now
Gotta have some ABTs every time the smoker is fired up.
Anything as long as it is shared with family and friends!!!
Happy Thanksgiving to all....
Tying your own fly. Like a #18 Elk Wing Cadis
Picking the right spot in the river to serve up your offering.
Presenting the fly you tied just right and coaxing that beautiful trout to strike.
That is why one of my favorite meals is a trout that I had the pleasure of catching.
(Since my family does not like trout I only keep one and turn the rest back to the river)