cole at lantic.net
Fri Apr 19 02:43:36 EDT 2019
How about this then?
On 19-Apr-19 07:52 AM, William Robb wrote:
> It would be nice if just once you could come up with something that at
> least relates to the topic in some manner
> Just sayin’
> On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 9:59 PM John <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> On 4/18/2019 02:10:51, Alan C wrote:
>>> Having read all the other comments, I find myself wondering if
>>> (Braaing) is an Art or a Science!
>>> Alan C
>>> On 18-Apr-19 03:10 AM, William Robb wrote:
>>>> Well barbecue, to be more precise. My lovely wife bought us a Louisiana
>>>> Grill smoker style barbecue for our anniversary. I’ve been having a
>>>> time smoking everything from avocado to zucchini. I want to do ribs on
>>>> Friday. I just know we have some foodies out there who will have
>>>> recipes to share.
>>>> Please bring them on....
>> Eastern North Carolina Barbecue - FWIW the quality of restaurant barbecue
>> inversely proportional to the distance from Wilson, North Carolina. Served
>> slaw, hush puppies and sweet tea. Forget about that Lexington BBQ crap,
>> they use
>> tomatoes in their sauce.
>> Take a pig
>> Split it in half
>> Slow cook over a Hickory WOOD fire (coals in a pit is best) for 6 - 8
>> until the meat just falls right off the bone.
>> Chop it up and serve with Barbecue Sauce.
>> Barbecue Sauce:
>> Black Pepper
>> [SECRET] ingredients that ain't tomatoes (mostly other peppers).
>> 1 Medium head of cabbage
>> 1-1/2 cup Mayonnaise
>> 3/4 cup chopped Mount Olive sweet pickles
>> 1/2 cup chopped celery
>> 1/2 cup white vinegar
>> 1/4 cup sugar
>> 1-1/2 teaspoon salt
>> 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
>> Cut cabbage in half & grate fine
>> In a large mixing bowl combine cabbage, mayonnaise, sweet pickles, chopped
>> celery, vinegar, sugar, salt with fresh ground black pepper. Mix
>> Chill for at least one hour
>> Makes approximately 15 servings - gonna need at least 5 batches.
>> Hush puppies:
>> 1 cup yellow cornmeal
>> 1 cup self-rising white cornmeal mix
>> 1 cup self-rising flour
>> 3/4 cup sweet onion - finely diced
>> 2 Tbsp sugar
>> 1 Tbsp salt
>> 1 large egg, lightly beaten
>> 1 cup buttermilk
>> 1/4 cup whole milk
>> 1/4 cup water
>> 1/4 cup melted butter
>> vegetable oil for frying
>> Whisk dry ingredients in a large bowl. Combine wet ingredients in a small
>> Stir wet ingredients into the dry until combined and let batter sit for 10
>> Heat 2 - 3 inches vegetable oil to 350° (F) in a cast iron pot.
>> Drop heaping Tablespoons of batter, 6 - 8 at a time, into the hot oil and
>> until golden brown (about 1 to 2 minutes per side). Drain on a towel lined
>> Makes about 30 hush puppies (~ 10 servings) - gonna need at least 5 batches
>> Sweet tea:
>> 6 regular tea bags
>> 1/8 teaspoon baking soda
>> 2 cups boiling water
>> 1-1/2 to 2 cups sugar
>> 6 cups cold water
>> Place tea bags in large Pyrex measuring cup with baking soda. Add boiling
>> Cover and let steep for 15 minutes
>> Take out the tea bags DO NOT SQUEEZE
>> Pour tea mixture into 2-quart pitcher; stir in sugar until dissolved
>> Add cold water
>> Let cool, then chill in refrigerator. Serve over ice.
>> Makes a half gallon of Sweet Ice Tea - gonna need at least 5 gallons
>> Invite 50 - 100 of your best friends (depending on size of that pig) to
>> in "pickin' the pig".
>> Kick back & relax.
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