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  1. jlloyd99

    Baked Potato Hash

    Hi Buzzard, as everyone has said there are many substituets for the vadaila. Any onion would work, it dosen't even need to be a sweet onion. That is a very flexible recipe so feel free to make it your own and play around with it (though I appreciate the compliment.) Also I put the bacon on...
  2. jlloyd99

    Busy, Busy, Busy

    Well for everyone that was wanting updates on Baby we're having a GIRL! We've decided to keep the name a supprise however. Can't wait for the end of December for our little meat mopper to arrive.
  3. jlloyd99

    Busy, Busy, Busy

    Thanks for the welcome back guys. Baby is doing good and getting very big if the belly is any indication. We'll be finding out boy or girl on Thursday at my next appointment. We have a growing list of possible names but nothing picked out yet. I'll update everyone again as we find out more.
  4. jlloyd99

    personal recipe book

    If you are graced with technilogical proficancy you could always put your vast collection into a database using Access (a microsoft office application). Some find this program hard to use but there are pleanty of tutorials out there. It will cut down on the paper and make finding recipes by...
  5. jlloyd99

    "OTBS"

    I've been so absent latley that I have alot of new members to welcome. So congratulations and welcome to all the new OTBS members. Glad to see I have some more female company on here.
  6. jlloyd99

    Busy, Busy, Busy

    Wow, it's been forever since either Ben or I have been on here and it'll take forever to catch back up. We've had a very busy month including a trip to South Dakota to visit my family and see some of the sites of the Black Hills. Ben really enjoyed Deadwood, Mt. Rushmore, and the big open sky...
  7. jlloyd99

    just joined the forum!

    Howdy Smokemom, Glad to have on board. Sounds like the smoker is working well for you so far, keep us posted on your future smoking adventures.
  8. jlloyd99

    bbq ham roast

    Howdy Irish. Great to have you here. Unfortunaly I'm don't know much about smoking hams so I'll leave that question to someone more knowlagable on that topic. Looking forward to hearing from you in future posts.
  9. jlloyd99

    Hello from Miami

    Howdy Andy and Welcome to the best darn smoking forum on the web. This is a great place to learn as everyone is so freindly and willing to lend their advice. Never hesitate to ask a question and we will not hesitate to answer.
  10. jlloyd99

    Anniversary Dinner

    Our first time cooking for a large group is turning out to be a resounding success! We're cooking the meat for some friends 25th wedding anniversary dinner tonight, the menu called for 12 chickens and 4 large pork loins. A big THANK YOU to everyone who gave tips and advice on the pork and...
  11. jlloyd99

    What's the craziest thing you've put on the smoker?

    Matt, Sorry it took so long to get back to this thread. I use a McIntosh apple if I'm in a hurry or Granny Smiths if there going to be on the heat for very long. I core them out and stuff with a mixture of brown sugar, butter, oats, rasins/crasins, and some nuts if I have them handy. It's...
  12. jlloyd99

    Another new guy

    Yeh, another person for the MO contingent. There are quite a few of us on here from Missouri. Glad to have you one the board and looking forward to hearing about your smoking adventures.
  13. jlloyd99

    "OTBS"

    I have to say that I got a chuckle about Lady Lady J. Of course I think all of this is a good idea (refering to each other as sir/lady).
  14. jlloyd99

    Easy Skillet Breads

    So glad everyone has enjoyed the recipes. I do them at my Pampered Chef shows and they always go over great.
  15. jlloyd99

    Ribs

    I think you'd be okay. Just wrap them airtight when your done and they should keep just fine. To reheat wrap in foil and place in a 350 oven till they're warmed through.
  16. jlloyd99

    Digital probe question

    Buddy, We run our probes out the door but it's not so heavy that it smashed the lead. I've heard of others running the leads through the smoke stack or the grease drip or an air vent that is not leading into the firebox. All of these will protect the lead from being smashed though depending...
  17. jlloyd99

    Anyone have a good green chili recipe?

    It was a smooth green sauce the consistancy of gravey so the mole sauce is sounding more on the right track. Can't wait to see your recipe.
  18. jlloyd99

    Anyone have a good green chili recipe?

    While reminising about the good old day's with my sister the other day we started trying to find a green chili recipe and have had no luck. Let me better explain what we're looking for. When young we would go to a freinds Superbowl party and he always served a dish that he called green chili...
  19. jlloyd99

    What is the most unusual ingredient you have used in a Rub?

    I've used cloves, ginger, and nutmeg in rubs before. Very sparingly mind you. I haven't used it on any of the que that we've done but years ago when perfecting some meat on the grill (I had gormet asperations in college). Nutmeg is my secret ingredient in many of my meat dishes, it's that...
  20. jlloyd99

    squash casserole

    I like to do a dish with Speghettie Squash. Cook the squash per directions on lable. Flesh will be stringy like cooked speghettie. While squash is cooking brown so hb or sausage, add an onion and some bell pepper (you can throw in a mushroom if your a fungus fan). Add some speghettie sauce...
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