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    Found Tomahawk steaks for 9.99 a pound, HUGE Bitches, look like they weigh about three pounds each.
    I already have three uncooked ribeyes in the fridge, One left over cooked ribeye, and plenty of beans and Carne asada, so I could justify buying a tomahawk, until the leftovers and raw steaks have been eaten.
    He said they normally keep them, and at that price.
    My plan is to smoke two of them, really slow, for about two hours, then sear with charcoal, on a super hot pan of coals.
    My grill is weak, So I will do it in the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    Found Tomahawk steaks for 9.99 a pound, HUGE Bitches, look like they weigh about three pounds each.
    I already have three uncooked ribeyes in the fridge, One left over cooked ribeye, and plenty of beans and Carne asada, so I could justify buying a tomahawk, until the leftovers and raw steaks have been eaten.
    He said they normally keep them, and at that price.
    My plan is to smoke two of them, really slow, for about two hours, then sear with charcoal, on a super hot pan of coals.
    My grill is weak, So I will do it in the ground.
    Deebs,

    Did you ever see my recipe for a Deep Fried THICK Ribeye?

    The short version;

    Ribeyes must be THICK; Smoke for a short while then Sear the Heck out of both sides. Drop in deep fryer @375 until medium rare temp inside.

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    I fried some chicken using solid Criscoe and high burner heat; and I fried it until it was crispy brown, then I added some salt. I can't tell you how good it turned out, but it was great.
    Next, I am going to have to fry some tater wedges with it; Jesus those things are good.
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    Slippy's Famous Home-Made Marinara Sauce from Home Grown Tomatoes!

    Home Grown Tomatoes- Multiple Types
    Sweet Oninons
    Home Grown Lunch Box Peppers
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    Cut up a few lbs of home grown tomatoes, Sweet Onions and a few Home Grown Sweet Peppers and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil and place on cookie sheet in 425 F oven for 2 hours and stir every 30 minutes or so. Add spices to taste.

    Put in food processor and make into a sauce.

    Add more spices to taste; Basil, Oregono, Onion Salt, Garlic Salt, Pepper etc...

    Today I added meatballs, a 50-50 mix of ground pork and ground beef.

    Browned meatballs in skillet and placed into stockpot with Marinara Sauce for 4 hours on low simmer heat.

    Boiled up some 4 cheese ravioli and served with Parmesan cheese and a few glasses of cheap red wine!

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    Eckrich farms sausage cut up on the grill with some sauce quick easy delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Eckrich farms sausage cut up on the grill with some sauce quick easy delicious

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    Looks scrumptious!

    Try this recipe for "Off the Shelf" Sausage;

    I typically buy Johnsonville Bratwursts for this recipe.

    In a shallow aluminum foil pan, mix white vinegar, brown sugar, salt, pepper and crushed red pepper flakes to a depth that is about 1/2" as high as a Sausage.

    Place sausages in pan and using indirect heat with hickory wood, smoke the sausages at about 250 F for a couple of hours. Roll the sausages after 2 hours and smoke the other side again for 2 hours.

    Finish off on Direct Heat just long enough to get some nice carmalized grill marks on the sausages. Serve on a fresh honey wheat bun with spicy mustard (Guldens or Spicy Brown or even Creole Mustard works)

    The vinegar/brown sugar mix will tenderize the meat to a level that will surprise you. The Honey Wheat Bun is necessary to offset acid that is in the sausage.

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    Started some St Louis ribs on the smoker this morning over gen-u-ine Arizona Mesquite charcoal.

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    How's those rib racks work pretty good?
    Definitely gain some room on the grill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inor View Post
    Started some St Louis ribs on the smoker this morning over gen-u-ine Arizona Mesquite charcoal.

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    After 2 weeks of travel hell, first to De Congo then last week to San Diego (with all of the Comic Con faggots), I need a break! With nothing to do today and nowhere to be, I am thinking this afternoon might be a good time to get serious about beer.
    Awesome Inor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    How's those rib racks work pretty good?
    Definitely gain some room on the grill.
    The rib racks work GREAT! But do spray them down with cooking oil before you put them on. Otherwise, you lose half the bark when you take the ribs out.
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