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    Default cooking section!

    i frequent YB boards and they have a section solely on cooking recipes and such.

    i have gotten some good shit off there site,so i was thinking most all of use on the WFLC Drink and like to cook,i sure in hell do thats why ive gotten way fatter

    so if you want to post your most precious skills. get after it.

    ill start with a few i like to do.

    this is my Brisket Recipes my Uncle Floyd Turned me onto a few years ago and i cook about 4 large Briskets for a Motorcycle event we have every year in October and occasionally ill do it during the year and make Chop Beef sandwiches.

    First off dont buy cheap junky looking Meat ever and most Wal-mart meats are shitty.

    Me and my family buy all our meats from a Meat market in Hot springs.cost on some things are a little more but well worth it imo if you like to eat as much as me

    buy a nice sized Brisket,trim it up good no need for fat on it.

    buy a big Foil pan.

    i season the Brisket up with whatever im feeling at the time.usually everything i have in the cabinet

    then i cut large strips of onion up and lay all around it.Garlic ect.
    i then pour 1-2 room temp Beers over it and 1 bottle of Italian Dressing.

    cover with foil and let sit a few hours.

    i then pre-heat oven to 225 and cook the Meat slow for about 4-6 hours depending once again on the size.
    mean time i fire the Smoker up! i take the meat out and lay on the smoker uncovered and finish cooking.

    comes out Freaking amazing and not Burnt all to hell like some peeps think you have to do when smokin meats.Bullshit imo.








    Ribs
    i like St.louy style and Baby Back.

    i pour French mustard all over them and coat them well.helps the seasoning stick as well.
    season up with Durkes and Head country seasonings and garlic Powder.

    on both sides.lay them in the smoker and cook for hours at the end i will pour Head country BBQ sauce all over them(Hot Sauce or the regular),wonderful every time.

    the mustard does something to the meat!!! tenderizes and locks in moisture.


    these are a few things i like to cook and have many other things as well.

    hope you guys like this section and post up some good Grub recipes.

    Kinda feel like a Homo Posting cooking crap but oh well

    The ribs can be done on a gas grill with success,all i had till my Mother-inlaw which works for the Prison system had the Inmates make me a Bad ass Smoker!!!!!Gas grill gets used very little.
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    This is a good idea Travis, because among us winger lovers we all love a good meal. Especially the ones that come off the pit.. Keep em coming.

    Friday night we cooked Beer Butt Chicken. Very easy to do.
    Buy full chickens game size if possible
    Season heavily and I mean overkill on the seasoning because it will cook off. I use Tonys and fajita seasoning.
    Buy cheap full flavored beer in can, open pour out a little and fill back up with seasoning.
    Now place beer in the Azz of chicken and set on pit in the sitting position.
    Cook until chicken is done. I usually cook with a little bit of smoke and cook covered for the first 15 min. Its a very simple cook and the meat is moist and flavorful.
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    Beer can chicken is among a favorite in My family,i like to do 2-3 at a time on the smoker.

    i usually stuff a Potato at the neck so all the steam from the Beer doesn't escape.

    they are always Moist and tender

    thanks Gordon i figure what the hell we might all learn something and find new ways to cook!!!

    there is a Mexican coleslaw recipe i did off of yellowbullets site that was amazing,see if i can post it.?
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    Default Mexican Coleslaw

    Half head of cabbage
    half bunch of Cilantro,finely chopped
    once celery stock,chopped
    one Avocado,cubed
    one large tomato,chopped
    one large red Onion,chopped
    one Jalapeno,chopped
    2-3 tablespoons Mayo
    Salt and pepper
    one teaspoon<hot sauce


    mix in a large bowl,chill

    okay heres what i did and what i will do different next time!

    im not a fan of cilantro.so im going to use less next go round.

    defiantly less Onion,i cut it in half the first time(i love onions but to much for me).

    i added more Mayo and some milk to mine b/c i like a creamy slaw.

    this by far is one of favorite slaws,

    later Travis....
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    Default Hot wings or legs

    i like to take wings or legs(sometimes both)season them up and throw em on the grill.

    bout middle way thru.

    i mix up some real butter and Franks hot sauce melt and warm it in the Microwave.

    take the meat and Dip in a bowl full of sauce i repeat this till done over and over.

    Primo

    this is fun
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    Default Stuffed Jalepno peppers

    buy the biggest peepers you can

    slice down the middle and de seed.

    mix up cream cheese and Chives season with whatever you like.

    mix in sharp cheeder cheese with the cream cheese mixture

    stuff the halfs full and put back together wrap with Bacon and toothpick Grill the little bastards and enjoy!
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    Default stuffed chicken breast

    butterfly breast,season up

    basically do the same mixture as for the Peppers.

    cream cheese and chives i also mix in some peppers

    wrap and toothpick with Bacon and grill

    enjoy
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    Good idea for a thread travis..I know you can burn!!!! I need to get with you about a medium sized smoker.them vittles you whipped up last time was awesome. I have a few of grannys recipe s ill throw up for y'all.

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    Default Deer Backstrap Pinwheels!

    I know this is a seasonal meal because most dont have Backstraps left in the summer!

    Take a full deer backstrap cut it in half! Then slice long ways into 1/4" strips. (About as long as a slice of bacon give or take) Season with Jess Halls seasoning,black pepper,mrs.Dash regular no salt,season pepper,and some rub of your flavor. I like Earl Cambells rub!
    Get a package of quality bacon and lay some strips out then lay the strips of backstraps on top of the bacon and roll up together like a spiral! Take toothpics and stick to hold together! One strip of bacon to one strip of backstrap!!!
    Set Pinwheels in glass dish and sprinkle Woshtshire sauce over them let set for awhile covered in fridge.
    Get fire ready and drink a few or six! More if required!
    I like to add some Allegro game tame or regular Allegro just before cooking! (This isn't required!)
    Cook on a med.to high fire giving some time before turning about 6-8 min. a side, longer if thicker!
    A little bit of prep time but they are the BOMB!


    SOMEONE SAID YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU! SO,IM BURNING IT UP ONE GALLON AT A TIME!
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    Default Loaded Bake Potato Salad

    Heres a good 1 everybody always liked

    5lbs will feed about 10 peeps

    Wash and cube the taters (leave skin on) and put in a pot of water and bring to a boil .. Once taters get done (not real mushy, I like to be able to stick mine with a toothpick) drain real good and put back in empty pot .. Get about 1 stick of butter(cubed up), 1 cup sour cream, real bacon bits, cheddar cheese, green onions(chopped), and a few good shots of Ranch Dressing and salt and pepper to taste .. Fold/Mix everything all together and pour out a serving pan (I like the lumi ones)

    Its good warm or cold
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    Can I steal some recipes off here for our cookbook? It benefits injured racers.

    RESP - Racers Emergency Support Program.

    For each recipe I take, I will give credit to the person who donated (posted) it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rampgirlll View Post
    Can I steal some recipes off here for our cookbook? It benefits injured racers.

    RESP - Racers Emergency Support Program.

    For each recipe I take, I will give credit to the person who donated (posted) it.
    Sure! Nothin is top secret here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TINTDESIGNZ View Post
    Sure! Nothin is top secret here!!!
    lmao.... morning wingers

    Hey Trav you need to leave the fat on the brisket. cook fat side up
    just like you take your tans, in the arkansas sun

    its more better
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    Quote Originally Posted by coonass View Post
    lmao.... morning wingers

    Hey Trav you need to leave the fat on the brisket. cook fat side up
    just like you take your tans, in the arkansas sun

    its more better

    i have done it both ways,either way they are good.i prefer not much fat left on B/c ive got enough on me

    way to go guys!!!!!!!!!!!

    keep a posting


    WT Scott sea made me some of them Deer pinwheels at the River 1 evening,wow they are the Bomb!!!!!!!!
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