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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
Boy howdy, that hurts my belly just lookin at it.
Tried a shepherd's pie last night... Kinda/sorta followed a recipe with a lot of substitutions. lol! Biggest ones being canned venison instead of ground and instant potatoes instead of homemade. Figure those potatoes were probably the most expensive part!
Anyway, it turned out pretty frickin' good if I do say so myself!!!!
Smoked a fatty last week and have some good pics but I'm currently getting my butt whipped trying to post them.
Ive smoked a few fattys and struggled with stuff before as well lol.
1/2 lb brisket burgers and pork n beans for lunch today washed down with the Kool aid.
Barney, I will trade you some pulled pork for a Burger. Those look great.
Thanks JR, that looks great! I have a butt thawing for tomorrow.
Had some pulled pork today myself that was pretty good but then burgers of Barneys do look awful good
chicken covered in sweet baby rays and dusted with Everglades.
I had chicken with the last of my Everglades. Gotta order more. I use that stuff on everything.
If you haven’t tried their rub you might order a small bottle I really enjoy it if I want a kinda sweet smoky flavor on something
Yep I do as well.
Thumbs up Everglades on fish breading
I got a sample pack that had five or so diff seasonings. One of them was the rub I like it on smoked meats and there chicken and pork is good. I love the original on eggs fried taters and regular stuff like that.
They have their own Everglades seasoned flour that I tried once, it was very good. Probably a bit overpriced tho for what it actually is but oh well
I’m a spice horder, anytime I see something new or different I have to buy it, the latest one I ordered up is a company called Dan O’s seasoning. If you like a more Italian style flavor it would be an awesome blend but not as versatile as that guy makes it seem in all his promo videos. It is a Kentucky proud product so at least I was supporting something local