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post #21 of 32

Kiska you beat me to it,  C'mon Wade share the recipe.

post #22 of 32

:ROTF  Biscuits and cornbread??  And what about all that meat???  Wade, sounds like they would chew your arm off for biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast!  Maybe a little scrambled egg??  The Grandson ask me last week:  would you make me some potato salad for Friday??   Of all the things he could have asked for??  Potato salad??   You never know what folks will like.  Yes.  He did get his potato salad.  Keep Smokin!


post #23 of 32
Thread Starter 

Mmmmm - done well, biscuits and sausage gravy take some beating :first:

post #24 of 32
Thread Starter 
Originally Posted by kiska95 View Post

Hi Wade


Have you the recipe for those biscuits and the cornbread


Originally Posted by smokewood View Post

Kiska you beat me to it,  C'mon Wade share the recipe.


I will make them at the meet. If you can guess what is in them I will reveal the secret. If you are really nice to me I may even share the secrets of my prize winning pork rub too :biggrin:


post #25 of 32

Hi Guys.  :icon_biggrin:  I would not tell and spoil Wades fun even if I KNEW how he makes them.  Wade and I may even make ours differently.  What I can tell you is that there is not ONE recipe for biscuits OR cornbread.  OR sausage gravy ( not like anything you folks have tasted here ) OR hushpuppies ( serve with seafood )  for that matter.  I guess chicken fried steak needs to go on the list; and "greens"!.  :icon_biggrin:  HECK!  Even just greens and cornbread or beans  and cornbread!  ( not what you get here )  I am getting hungry!  If you grew up in the south of the U.S.A the VERY best of those dishes is the recipe your Grandma made!  There may be a "restaurant" ( and Wade knows what that means.  Some "dive or dump" you are not sure about walking in to ) where you like their version but it will never be as good as Grandma's!  Old girl passed many years ago now and I have the "recipes".  No matter how hard I try, it just doesn't measure up.  If you are interested Wade I have a "pretty good", not GREAT breakfast sausage recipe ( work in progress ).  I can bring some along.  Keep Smokin!


post #26 of 32

Sausage Gravy Mmmmmmm!




I know that most of your best recipes are from families and friends or have been developed over years by yourselves but is there a decent southern recipe book that you could recommend. I know the search bar is great for things like that but just something I could browse and get inspiration from with a glass of Zero with whatever thrown in. I cannot forget my first taste of collared greens from 3 Rivers BBQ and would like to try and make it again



post #27 of 32
Kiska are you attending the smoking weekend, it would be good to meet you.
post #28 of 32

Hi Smokey,


I'm thinking about it, got the time off work and just in 2 minds at the moment. My missus is not the foodie type but likes to gargle with red wine:icon_confused:

post #29 of 32
No point thinking about it, treat Mrs Kiska to a nice bottle of red and head south for a Smoking Extravaganza and have a beer and some nice food - sorted.
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post #31 of 32
Come On!!!
post #32 of 32

Kiska.  I can not find collard greens here.  I also have 2 substitutes that are proving impossible to find.  What I can tell you is that there will be the BEST greens available there that you can find locally in the U.K..  Cooked in the southern way!  Wade is thinking of making cornbread ( maybe not like mine but I am sure it will be good).  OK!  We will discuss it and ONE of us will make cornbread!  NOT baked but Texas style beans available.  Mexican rice ( NO! not hot and full of chillies ) available.  Texas style potato salad ( NOT Morrisons ) available.  Pico De Gallo ( a Mexican salsa, DOES have a "bite" ) available.  "Grandma's coleslaw ( again! NOT Morrisons ).  Texas style hot smoked fresh sausage, available.  IF you push me AND Wade ( gotta drag you in my friend, you are making the biscuits! )  biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast.  Thinking about of a pot of black-eyed peas.  If you want to learn southern U.S. cooking were else ya gonna taste this stuff?  We haven't even gotten to the meat.  In two minds?  ARE YOU KIDDING?  Bring along 2 crates of wine and I will bring along 4 heads of iceburg and problem solved.  :icon_biggrin:  Keep Smokin!



YES!  Most of this will be pre cooked.  Do I know of a good cookbook?  Grandma taught me.  If I need to come to your home and take you through it;  we will set up a date.  Folks think I am just " running my mouth".  If you are having trouble I WILL come and help!  Do I have recipes?  Yes.  So does Wade.  Would we share them?  HELL NO!  WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS IS?  THE COOKING CHANNEL????  PDT_Armataz_01_40.gif   Serious now!  I can't speak for Wade but, yes I will help in any way I can.  I think it would make the ole girl smile to think folks like her food!  MarkUK makes her potato salad quite often.  Taste it all and then ask for recipes.  We hope to see you there.  Keep Smokin!


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