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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 3:38 pm 
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Thanks MSPB, I'm sure your rib roast was prime not choice and looked and tasted much better ;) ;)

I should have learned to make BBQ sauce years ago.

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If you’re like us, and we know many of you are, you’re a BBQ entrepreneur who at some point was told by a family member or neighbor that, “your BBQ Sauce is the best I’ve ever had.” It doesn’t get much better than hearing those magical words. For many of us, it had led us to take our secret recipe, that was once only available at our backyard BBQ or as gifts packed with care at Christmas in recycled bottles, to the shelves of grocery stores around the country. It doesn’t take long for any of us to realize just how competitive the commercial barbecue sauce market is and how expensive it is to stay on the shelves while you build your brand. In the end we have one of two goals: 1) Build a powerhouse brand that becomes generational, something we can pass down to our children and they theirs or 2) Build a commodity that is sought after by larger brands and cash out. Both laudable goals, but easier said than accomplished. When we see a BBQ brand accomplish one or both of these goals, that’s reason for the rest of us to celebrate and know the hope remains alive for us to one day bask in the glory of attaining our goal.
In June McCormick & Co. agreed to purchase Stubb’s BAR-B-Q, for $100 million in cash. Congratulations to Stubb’s and here’s to the hope each of us BBQ entrepreneurs maintains that someday we may be so fortunate!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 6:03 pm 
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I'm not creative enough to come up with a sauce that'll be worth millions, but I can dream!

The day after I cooked the prime I grabbed the ribs I'd sliced off and threw them on the smoker really low for a few hours. Man oh man am I loving the smoker!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 6:06 pm 
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So to be clear, I roast my prime with bones still on, and then slice them off of the bottom and remove them for carving. Then the next day I took those same ribs and smoked 'me. So good!!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Ok - normally I'd be up there with RBS for Sooper Bowl, but she went to Japow instead!! Hubby and I had planned on having a Sooper Bowl Party since he didn't think he was going to the game, and then Disney sent him at the last minute (that guy lives a charmed life I tell ya!!!), so I thought it was gonna be just me and the kitty! Luckily my neighbors across the street invited me and an appetizer.... The last time I was over there we were all talking about this tuna tartare recipe, so I whipped that up!

Good looking tuna!!!!
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Add the marinade and green onions and jalapenos:
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Add the avocado and Wahlah!
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This is one of my favorite appetizers, it's not cheap to make, and it's not the quickest to put together, but it is so dang good. It was gone before the end of the first quarter.

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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That looks soo good MPB. My mouth is watering...

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Last night I tried again with the brussel sprouts, this time doing the oven roasting like MPB suggested. I am now fully onboard the Brussel Sprout train.

Thinking of trying things like Maholo with dicing up various meats or edibles and tossing them in next time.

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Cant go wrong.


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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Venice Bakery pizza dough, Classico pizza sauce, mushrooms, red onion, black olive, soppressata, cherry tomatoes from the garden, mozzarella and parmesean. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Holy moly is it Thanksgiving already???? Thank goodness I started cooking yesterday!

This year I've got a 24lb turkey in the oven. It's the biggest by about 3 pounds from what I've cooked in the past. Note for next year, my roasting pan will just barely fit a 24lb turkey.

Side note - I've place a jar on the counter labeled 'politics' - $5 for anyone that tries to ruin my favorite holiday. I told my mom to bring her checkbook.

Here's the menu this year:

Spinach Dip
Salmon Cheesecake
Green Salad
Turkey and Gravy
Cranberry Sauce
Both Stuffings (my mommy's and Hubby's Grandfather's)
Green Beans and Mushrooms
Sweet Potatoes (I actually use garnet yams... shhhhh)
Mashed Potatoes
Cauliflower Goat Cheese Gratin (this is a new recipe, I'll let you know if it sucks)
Green Stuff
Crescent Rolls
Pumpkin Pie
Chocolate Cream Pie

So far I've got all of the sides done except for the green beans and the cauliflower, the pie is done, the turkey is in the oven, the giblets are bubbling away(huge turkey necks this year!). Time for a beer!!!!

What's on your table this year? Anything new????

Happy Thanksgiving Forum Family!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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MPB, is the Green Stuff an appetite enhancer that you partake in before the feast???

Nice menu BTW... Happy Thanksgiving my friend...

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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Your menu sounded off the hook as usual, Ms. Pam. I cooked a 16 lb. bird in a bag (the way my mommy taught me - always cooks fast and perfectly moist), but only made a green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, gravy and extra stuffing. Had invited several strays, but no one was able to come so SG and I enjoyed our little feast around 1:00 p.m. and will enjoy more again for dinner later. Over the weekend I'll make turkey and barley soup. After lunch, SG put the outside Christmas lights up! Thanksgiving blessings to all! Pray for snow!!!!

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Always thankful for such incredible Sierra sunsets!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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I really hope he stayed off the ladder! :inlove:

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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^ Nope. He used the 6' one and was VERY careful. I was outside spotting him and helped with the lights. A few years ago he put the tea cup hooks up and simply left them there, so hanging the lights this year was easy and done within a half hour!

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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
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 Post subject: Re: Hey Foodies...What's on Your Table?
PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 4:59 pm 
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Bleh....


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