July 15, 2009So, let's hear what cooking!
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July 15, 2009Gimme a grill and watch me work!
July 16, 2009I have never been much of a cook. The last six weeks I have been cooking for the local Dealership. They have a promotion called "Party on the Patio" every Saturday. It's been fun cooking, I grill up maybe 300 hamburgers and 400 Hotdogs in about 3 hours. They have a live band and game and give a ways. Its fun and I get to talk to lots of different people. Thats the most grilling I do. When we have company at our house I find someone other than me to grill the food.
July 16, 2009I don't care to eat healthy, but here are some tips...
July 24, 2009My girls don't eat healthy either Double. You guys should do lunch!
Food, it`s what makes my girls happy!
July 24, 2009I'm on my way to looking like the girls...
July 24, 2009Tippy,
If you like barbecue, an easy way to make it rather than trying to roast it in an oven or cook it on a cooker. Get you a nice boston butt, preferably when they are on sale. Get you some sweet baby Ray's and Sauers barbecue sauce and a crock pot with removable stoneware. Wash your butt, put it in the stoneware and squeeze on some of both barbecue sauces, no set amount ,but don't overdo it, I probably start out with less than half a cup of each.
Put the stone ware in the microwave and microwave on high for about 15 minutes, remove the stoneware from microwave, use gloves or oven mitt,or pot holders, crock will be hot. Put stoneware back in slow cooker base and let it cook on high ,in about 3 hours you should turn the butt over and cook the other side.
At that time you can try and start breaking the butt apart and can add some more barbecue sauce if you want, depending on how fast it is cooking you may wan't to turn the crockpot back to low, I usually leave mine on high for at least a couple more hours. The butt should have made alot of juice by now, and may start falling apart some. I always help it out some by trying to start chopping it up and getting the meat away from the bone.
I check it then in about another hour, usually the bone will come out by then and I start chopping the meat up with a large spoon or spatula. I remove most of the fat and bone and throw that away. I like to leave a little fat as to add to the flavor of the barbecue, that is entirely up to you. I keep checking the meat every hour and usually by lunch time it is ready, I generally start cooking it around 5 or 5:30 a.m., so total prep time is about 6-1/2 hours. Not alot of effort and makes very good barbecue. This will feed several people more than once , depending on the size of the butt ,you will get several pounds of barbecue.
Good Luck ,and Happy eating
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July 24, 2009Cooking Hotdogs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!