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rustyvon
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05/24/07 at 16:21:45
 
i can't believe our bbq team web page doesn't have a recipe thread!!!!
 
i'm not suggesting we share all our "best" with the world, but i would like a place to cuss/discuss various ideas that come to us during the year....
 
there is a couple of things i'd like to try in the pit.....one, is smokin some potatos for 'tater salad.....i'm not sure if it would be best made in the traditional southern style, or a hot german style.....   ideas/suggestions???.....
 
the other is smoked hard boiled eggs......someone mentioned they did this, and made some quite tasty deviled eggs......  now, i love my deviled eggs with plenty of that thai hot sauce i use so much of...but, addin the smoke flavor just may open the door to other than traditional fillings!..... any ideas/suggestions?
 
 
thx all
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Reply #1 - 06/01/07 at 11:49:51
 
VERY good idea!!
 
There are several things I try at BBQ that would love to do on the home grill.
 
One thing I would like, anyone have a good way to cook up vension?
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Reply #2 - 06/02/07 at 13:02:31
 
i recently learned that a quick marinade in a dry white french table wine will get rid of alot of the unpleasant "gamieness"....i soaked some whole boneless loins for 20min before cuttingcooking on thur down at bbq, and it was plenty....5-10min should be plenty if already cut up...
 
then, just cook like any red meat.....quickly, over very high heat, and not past medium!!!.... this is essential for most wild meats.....they're so lean they will turn to shoe leather if cooked to well done
 
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Reply #3 - 02/09/08 at 13:36:44
 
rusty
june has a terrific german potato salad that she got from her great grandmother, talk with her next time you see her.
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Reply #4 - 03/04/09 at 20:56:49
 
Being from Texas.  I was hoping to get a couple of good recipes for pork shoulder.  I already learned to cook pork ribs Memphis style with no sauce.  This was an awesome learning and eating experience haha.  
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Reply #5 - 03/11/09 at 08:51:31
 
unfortunately we are a competition team in shoulder division, to give out those recepes would not happen. sorry, you would have to join a team to get that type of info. i will tell you that the secret is low and slow meaning low temp and a long cook will generally give the best results. i like marinating in tequilla but each cook has their own style. you can inject or not, we usually do not. a rub or sauce for the outside of the meat during the cook.  and apple juice or someother type of dressing to baste with. good luck and most of all have fun with it.
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