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Old 09-26-2012, 09:49 PM   #101
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That is MY favorite as well!!!!!!!!!!!

I used to be into Siracha sauce, but now it's the "chili garlic" all the way!
It's the closest I've found to my favorite version of all: from a hole in the wall restaurant in Hong Kong, which I obviously don't get to that often!



 
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:51 PM   #102
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Those are #1 plastic. I have been debating on fermenting in one.
Might as well "mash" the cheese balls as well.



 
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:47 AM   #103
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Well, I made some lye pretzels yesterday. I cooked them until they were golden brown, like the soft pretzels you get at the mall. They tasted pretty good, but I wish I had some more stuff to dip them in. With this cold, or whatever it is, I can't verify they tasted awesome, but the wife said they were good.

My kid and I had fun rolling them out. She could not get the hang of rolling and stretching. I think she managed to roll out 2 of them. Next time I'll make them bigger and take them to the football game. I stayed home this time due to my illness.

The recipe was very easy, I only wish I had taken the time to find a container to hold the leftover lye. I'll have to find something for the next batch. Maybe a 3 Qt. PET jug that has the Walmart water in it.

 
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Old 10-01-2012, 02:20 PM   #104
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2 more ideas because I have chicken liver on the brain. Bacon wrapped chicken livers on toothpicks (to die for) and balsamic chicken liver crustini.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:22 PM   #105
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One of the best dips ever, it was passed on to me and has always been a crowd pleaser. It's also very quick and easy to make ...

Ingredients in order from pan bottom up. I use a glass dish.

1.Cream cheese

2.Turkey chili, I use hormel for convenience, but it has to be turkey chili, any other meat won't cut it.

3. Sour cream

4. Mexican blend shredded cheese

5. Sliced jalapeņos (optional)

Bake or heat in microwave until the top bubbles.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:31 PM   #106
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Another great one is marinating chicken wings in Italian Dressing over night, season with a little salt/pepper/ and garlic, then grilling them. I know we've all done the Italian marinade thing, but I've noticed pan frying or baking any other cut of chicken just isn't quite the same. If your near the chicken wing addict I am, these are a must try.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:59 PM   #107
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Another great one is marinating chicken wings in Italian Dressing over night, season with a little salt/pepper/ and garlic, then grilling them. I know we've all done the Italian marinade thing, but I've noticed pan frying or baking any other cut of chicken just isn't quite the same. If your near the chicken wing addict I am, these are a must try.
Hey, PBR, Italian Seasoning, Salt and Pepper works in a pinch too!
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:10 PM   #108
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I'll have to keep that in mind
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Speaking of chicken wings, I have never tried this but what do you all think about marinading in cider (or cyser) and then boiling/reducing the marinade into a glaze?
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:13 PM   #110
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I could definitely see that on a pork chop, but chicken wings are a slightly different beast. Although an apple cider bbq sauce could be a good compromise. Something to ensure it isn't cloying while still have the apple flavor to balance from the marinade.

http://bbq.about.com/od/barbecuesauc...r/bl50722a.htm

*Disclaimer: I've never tried or even heard of apple bbq sauce until I just googled it.


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