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Articles from richoso1

  1. Link To Great Information On Using A D O Dutch Oven

    If you ever have tried to figure out how many coals to use on top or the bottom, or how many coals to use for a certqin temp, then here's a greta guide. This link even has a calculator to determine how many coals to place depending on how you're cooking. Check it out, it's a great link for DO cooking information.

    http://www.dutchovendude.com/campfire-cooking.shtml 
  2. All About Ham

    All about Ham; If your interested in any of the subjects below, click on this link http://www.wedlinydomowe.com/hams-other-meats/hams 

     

    ·       Ham types

    ·       Manufacturing Process

    ·       Equalizing/Resting

    ·       Traditional ham production

    ·       Making brine

    ·       How much brine

     

    I think you get the general idea, it’s all about ham. And it's all good my friend.
  3. Whiskey Glazed Smoked Ham By The Bbq Pit Boys

    I know there may be some folks who are thinking about smoking a ham instead of a turkey. Or, maybe thinking about smoking a ham for Christmas. Here's a video on a nice version of smoking a ham. I hope you enjoy it.

    Thanks,

    Rich

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  4. Gosm Smoker Covers

  5. Bacon Smoked Pork Tenderloin Recipe By The B B Q Pit Boys

    Pork Tenderloin is butter tender and real tasty when using fresh made pork rub and then smoke grilling it over a medium hot fire with bacon drippings . Now that's some good eating right there. And it's real easy to do as shown by one of the BBQ Pit Boys.

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  6. Hummus Made Easy

    This is an easy and simple video on a recipe that is great for holidays or other times of entertaining. Feel free to expand your taste buds by tweaking the recipe.

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  7. Whiskey Glazed Smoked Ham Recipe By The Bbq Pit Boys

    A great video that is educational, funny, and entertaining. They do it on a grill too

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  8. Removing The Membrane From Ribs

    This video shows you how to remove the membrane from ribs, they can be spares or Baby Backs. Simple and easy to understand.

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  9. Filleting A Fish

    I thought this may be helpful for some folks who need to see someone fillet a fish. Good explanation using easy to understand terms. Very user friendly.

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  10. Cutting Up A Whole Chicken

    GourmetMagazine — January 23, 2009 — Food editor Ian Knauer demonstrates easy, indispensable tips to help you cut perfect chicken pieces every time.

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  11. Carving A Tri Tip Roast

    Some folks are new to the Tri Tip roast, and this video shows an easy was to slice it.
    It will explain how the grain runs, and where to start slicing it.In my experiences with Tri Tip roasts, the grain has always run in the same direction.Where it forms a V, is usually where you slice, not the ends or tips.
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  12. Chile Relleno

    This is one way of making Chile Rellenos. As you will see, you can substitute different types of chiles or fillings if you wish.

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  13. Simple Chimichurri Sauce

    This is a very simple and easily understood way of making a chimichurri sauce. There are many recipes on this sauce, but this is a simple way of making it. Once you are comfortable with it, you can tweak it to you're likings.

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  14. Chile Verde Chicken

                                                  Chile Verde Chicken

     

    Ingredients:
    1 chicken, cut up in 6 pieces
    8 tomatillos
    2 jalapenos
    6 cloves garlic
    1/2 bunch cilantro
    3 cups chicken stock
    1 onion
    2 tbsp cumin
    2 tsp oregano
    1 bay leaf (be sure to remove before serving)
    1 1/2 lb potatoes
    salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
    yogurt or sour cream

    Season with salt and pepper, checking the seasoning mid-way and at the end for any adjustments.

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  15. Spatchcock Chicken

    Here's an easy to follow video on how to spatchcock a chicken. Some new smokers may not be familiar with this technique, but it does cut-down on time spent with your smoker,and you Can use your grill in an indirect heat method too.

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