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Old 02-03-2011, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default What are you making for the Super Bowl?

I'm going to a party at a friend's house, but I've committed to deep fried bacon wrapped chicken wings with whiskey & bacon bbq sauce. I'll also make boneless strips for those at the party who don't like to negotiate the bone.

Bacon BBQ Sauce (brainstormed just now, but would love help): Stubbs BBQ sauce, Ground up freshly cooked (non crispy) bacon & bacon fat, splash of Jameson Whiskey , few tablespoons maple syrup. Mixed together in low heat. Tossed over finished wings.

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Old 02-03-2011, 06:53 PM   #2
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A big 'ol pot of gumbo.

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Depends on if all the damn snow in my yard will be melted in time. I would like to make some pulled pork but it isn't worth dealing with the smoker if all that snow is still out there.

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Is that corn flakes on top????

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^ try dorritos. A few days ago I made mozzarella cheesesticks but instead of flour/bread crumbs I used ranch style dorritos, delicious

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buffalo wings and chili

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Yes, crushed. Maybe I'll make a thread in food pairing. I think these things are great. Got the recipe out of a Pampered Chef cookbook.
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Do you fry them? I've heard of corn flakes used in a breading many different times but would have never thought to do it on poppers.

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Do you fry them? I've heard of corn flakes used in a breading many different times but would have never thought to do it on poppers.
Recipe posted. Follow the link in the post above (below the pic).
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