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Cornish Hens, Brined and Primed

hooked on smokin

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Ok, So i brined them useing the following recipe
4 Cornish hens

1 gallon of water

1 cup of salt

1 1/2 cup of white sugar

1/3 cup of mongolian fire oil

3 tbl of lemon pepper

1 1/2 tbl of ground peppercorn

2 tbl of onion powder

2 tbl garlic powder

1/3 cup soy sauce

1 bunch fresh chopped Cilantro

Pictures will follow, I had the great MSMITH over and he approved the hens.
 

deejaydebi

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Gee thay look great. Is this the failed smoke you talked about? Lokks good to me!

We gotta teach you to brew! Buweiser? UGH!

Hey what is that mogoline fire oil stuff?

Debi
 

ultramag

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Good looking little chickens Hooked. If msmith approves they must be good.

I'm with Debi. I never heard of Mongolian Fire Oil, but I bet I need some. Sounds HOT!!
 

msmith

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Much better results this time and the brine was very good. I thought the potatoes were very good also. Now we gotta get him to down load the Image resizer Lol.
 

deejaydebi

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Marvin -

Maybe we should only teach him one thing at a time? You did say he was a bit slow? LOL

Debi
 

cheech

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Very nice looking birds. They look awesome congratulations
 

ultramag

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You need to get him checking in more often while your at it Marvin. He can't just come in here, bring up something called Mongolian Fire Oil, and disappear for a week. :roll:
 

deejaydebi

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Oh it's spiced olive oil! Never added chilli pepper to my oil might give it a try. I'll have to hide it though or someone might use it to fry a burger or something. That'd be a BIG surprise! LOL

Maybe I won't hide it ..... LOL

:twisted:

Debi
 

hooked on smokin

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DO FORGIVE ME I AM TRYING TO FIGURE THIS SITE OUT AND HOW EVERYTHING IS MAPPED, AND I GOT AN ARMY OF KIDS AT TIMES SO I DONT FIND THE TIME I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ON HERE. NO MARVIN IT IS NOT BECAUSE I AM SLOW.
 

deejaydebi

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Hooked not to worry - there's alot of stuff here! I swear I find something I didn't see before every day!

An Army of kids? Now that's tough!

BTW - Slow is relative - I'm Italian all my reltives are slow!

:cry:

Debi
 

cheech

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Hey look at it this way if your relatives are short then you would have "low and slow" with a different meaning
 

Dutch

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Cheech, I do detect a wicked streak in you- "Low and Slow indeed!!! ROTFL :mrgreen:
 

cheech

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Dutch I am trying to get up to speed on the abbreviations you had me on the ROTFL, called my neighbor and every thing. But rest assured I got it figured out
 

deejaydebi

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Cheech -

My Mama's little brother was 4'3" tall. Mama was the talest of her 5 sibblings at 4'9". I was a giant at 5'2" at family gatherings. Alas they are all gone now.
Guess you could call them "Low and Slow." Unless of course they comming to the dinner table!
 

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