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Candy
2005-Feb-15, 06:40 PM
Wild Turkeys Push Luck, Move to BBQ Town (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=050215&cat=strange&st=stranged888l25 80&src=ap)


The Turkey Barbecue and Summer Festival is held each June and attracts thousands of people to this town of about 285 people. Last year, organizers cooked 296 turkeys.
Mmmmmm, BBQ! I'll eat almost anything that's barbequed. http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/aetsch/cheeky-smiley-025.gif

tmosher
2005-Feb-15, 11:07 PM
Wild Turkeys Push Luck, Move to BBQ Town (http://dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/news?e=pri&dt=050215&cat=strange&st=stranged888l25 80&src=ap)


The Turkey Barbecue and Summer Festival is held each June and attracts thousands of people to this town of about 285 people. Last year, organizers cooked 296 turkeys.
Mmmmmm, BBQ! I'll eat almost anything that's barbequed. http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/aetsch/cheeky-smiley-025.gif

Barbequed Spam Sandwiches? (http://pork.allrecipes.com/az/BrbcdSpmSndwichs.asp)

mickal555
2005-Feb-16, 07:26 AM
I feel like a barbie too right about now......

Maksutov
2005-Feb-16, 07:49 AM
[edit]Mmmmmm, BBQ! I'll eat almost anything that's barbequed. http://www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/aetsch/cheeky-smiley-025.gif
Same here. That's one of the advantages of being only an hour and a half drive from Memphis, plus just a short hop from Kansas City and the various restaurants/cook-offs in Texas.

The only BBQ that never appealed to me was the mustard-based stuff one finds in South Carolina.

Other than that, bring it on! Wet or dry! http://www.click-smilies.de/sammlung0304/tiere/animal-smiley-034.gif


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Enzp
2005-Feb-16, 08:37 AM
Hah, I just done up some pork ribs last night. Nummy nums.

Secret additions to the sauce - a bit of Italian salad dressing and some sriracha sauce from the oriental grocery.

mickal555
2005-Feb-16, 08:54 AM
My delicious meal for tonight..........














Boiled Microwaved eggs.

Enzp
2005-Feb-16, 09:04 AM
Bwwuh.

Candy
2005-Feb-16, 12:33 PM
Boiled Microwaved eggs.
Put some BBQ sauce on them. :P

Amadeus
2005-Feb-16, 12:41 PM
Never got into BBQs, but here in the UK we're not realy built for them.

However thought I was just post my steak recipie...

Take one nice thick steak.
Place in a large bowl and completely cover with Balsamic vinegar
Place in fridge and leave for 3 days. Make sure that the steak is always covered.

Fry on a very hot pan ( try not to to breath in the fumes during this as the vinegar evaporates very quickly and can leave you short of breath)

Serve with Chips and mushy peas.

Candy
2005-Feb-16, 02:05 PM
That sounds yummy, Amadeus. If I ever find someone to cook for me, that's on my list. Does the soaking make it more tender? I like my steak juicy and on the verge of falling apart when I cut into it.

I have a recipe for chicken stuffing that I found by accident during my poorer college days.

I was making chicken noodle soup, and I wanted some crackers. All I could find was a box of chicken stuffing. The stuffing soaked up all the soup, but it tasted great.

Now, my family only makes chicken stuffing using chicken noodle soup and water (instead of just water). It gives it so much more flavor, and it's not dry. :P

Swift
2005-Feb-16, 02:42 PM
Hah, I just done up some pork ribs last night. Nummy nums.

Secret additions to the sauce - a bit of Italian salad dressing and some sriracha sauce from the oriental grocery.
I don't know what sriracha sauce, but that sound a lot like my made up marinade recipe. For marinading chicken or beef, I like a marinade that has an acid (to help tenderize the meat), spice(s), an oil, and a sweet. So I might use a mixture of wine, lemon juice, sesame oil, honey, and some spices. But I like to substitute, so you can use vinegar instead of wine, orange juice instead of lemon, maple syrup or sugar instead of honey. Bottled salad dressing is a great starting point, since you have the oil, vinegar, and spices already. I'll also often use bottle BBQ sauce as one of my ingredients.

Enzp
2005-Feb-17, 04:01 AM
Most definitely I add those things to bottle BBQ sauce.

I see sriracha in the regular grocery stores these days, but I go to the oriental grocer. it is just a hot sauce. Red hot peppers, and garlic, a touch of vinegar, some are sweetened some.

tmosher
2005-Feb-17, 04:45 AM
The only barbeque that I do, at present living in an apartment, is pork ribs slow cooked in the oven.

I found a pretty good recipe for them on Food Network's site under Good Eats.

Makes for pretty good pork ribs. The only problem I have with the recipe is that I can never get the glaze to reduce. Bummer.