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O/T Whats for supper?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by TomADC, Apr 23, 2010.

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  1. TomADC

    TomADC Member

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    Baby back ribs and tri tips, 8 hours in the smoker, I need a bigger smoker.

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  2. Texas Moon

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    Meat loaf and mashed taters. :D
     
  3. Oyeboten

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    Brown Rice, Kim Chee, Canned Sardines, dab o' Hot Sauce...

    I wanted Bar-B-Que Ribs and Mashed Potatoes and Peas, but did not have the ambition.
     
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    Hello friends and neighbors // Whitetail burger,made available by Rem.760.30-06( I'm no way near half way through my supply), Coleslaw , carrots and a little cherry pie w/ coffee. At least it was last night 7:25am here.
     
  5. MCgunner

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    Wild pork sausage and ribs. :D
     
  6. scrat

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    Dang im going to your house.
     
  7. sonier

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    we need a random section for stuff like this. cause someone like me is going to get pissed want baby back ribs and say this aint gun related ;) those look good though lololol
     
  8. Acorn Mush

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    I dunno. Maybe the pig was kilt with a muzzleloader.:D
     
  9. ironvic

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    Crisp game hen, first broiled to lock in moisture, slow cooking now, the office smells real good right now...
     
  10. TomADC

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    Did have lots of smoke :what: but your right should have posted else where except you have to a lover of the holy black to appreciate great food:D
     
  11. messerist

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    It's all about the smoke Brother!:evil: p.s. BBQ chicken thighs, red beans and rice, coleslaw and Pilsner Urquell
     
  12. Benmathes

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    dinner

    HeCk- I had Iraqi ground lamb and chicken pita sorta bread with tomatoes and green/red peppers- was tasty actually
     
  13. Benmathes

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    ps sorry

    Ps - I am in eastern Iraq and miss my smoke poles- my shootin buddies and some good old southern BBQ
     
  14. BCRider

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    My stir fry dinner looked so good when I did it a few months back and since the camera was handy I snapped this pick. Never thought I'd have cause to post it on a gun forum.... :D

    And YES, I did cook it myself. And it was as delicious as it was pretty looking. A big double fist of prawns tossed in at the last second so not to be overdone. The whole works over a bed of basmati rice.

    The ribs, steaks and other red meat looks amazing but sometimes a bloke needs something a little lighter and more healthy.

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  15. jbkebert

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    Hamburger gravey over drop biscuits and fried taters. One good thing about 4-H is you get damn good beef even if its just made into gravey. I can't even think about buying beef or pork from the market anymore.
     
  16. Benmathes

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    had oatmeal with boiled/liquified lamb fat poured over it with an old sheik in the Diyala Province this morning- video etc at www.row.org

    lets eat!
     
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