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Slow Smoked Carnitas

Slow Smoked Carnitas by Patti Fisher

Ken Fisher September 15, 2018 Camp Cooking/Tailgating / Cast Iron / Our Recipes / Pork 6 Comments Slow Smoked CarnitasSlow Smoked Carnitas Slow Smoked Carnitas, we love a good Carnitas and all the different ways to enjoy it. I think this is the best Carnitas I have ever enjoyed much less made. The meat was so…

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Breakfast Bacon Explosion

Breakfast Bacon Explosion by Patti Fisher

Breakfast Fatty, we haven’t done a Fatty or AKA Bacon Explosion for some time and I was feeling the need. I dreamed of this one night a Breakfast Fatty and the next few days gave some thought as to how to put eggs in it. All said and done this one was a dream come true. I stuffed this big guy with O’Brien potatoes, eggs, garlic,…

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Honey Mustard Country Ribs

Honey Mustard Country Ribs by Patti Fisher

Honey Mustard Country Ribs, sometimes when you do a recipe everything comes together just right. It’s better than just good! This is one of those recipes. Our Honey Mustard Country Ribs is one of those times. They were tender, juicy and full of flavor because we used our Date Night Doins seasonings and honey mixed with Briggs True…

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Fiery Piggy Balls

Fiery Piggy Balls by Patti Fisher

We wanted to do an extra spicy appetizer wrapped in bacon, of course, for game day. Happily we just got some wonderful and extra zingy sauces from All Spice Café, so we knew we could put their Cayenne Habanero Sauce to good use. This is a variation of our “Chipotle Bacon Bombs” using hot sausage balls instead of ground beef. You can…

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Cranberry Mustard Glazed Ham

Cranberry Mustard Glazed Ham by Patti Fisher

We love cooking special dishes for the Christmas holiday. A time of sharing our many blessings with family and friends. I think we put together some great recipes that are as easy as they are delicious.Place everything directly onto the grill and just let it hang out in the smoke and get happy for 30 minutes or so. This is referred to…

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3 Ingredient Smoked Ham

3 Ingredient Smoked Ham by Patti Fisher

We had a request for an extra easy ham dinner. So, we made a ham with just three ingredients including the ham! It was extra simple and extra delicious. The sweet comes from brown sugar. The spicy comes from the mustard. Ken prefers the horseradish or jalapeno mustard, Patti likes the spicy brown or Dijon. Patti and I have set one…

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Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs by Patti Fisher

A Scotch egg is a work of art. These things are AWESOME; everyone who has tried one says “Oh My Gosh, these are great!!!” And being the Chef those words are music to my ears. A Scotch Egg is a hardboiled egg, wrapped with a quarter pound of sausage, then wrapped with a strip of thick cut bacon and put onto a stick. We call it…

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Easiest BBQ Taquera Chipolte Pork

Easiest BBQ Taquera Chipolte Pork by Cuban Cuisine

The best chipolte based marinade for BBQ's is Goya's Taquera Sauce. Marinade steak, pork, chicken or fish for perfect chipolte BBQ feast.

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Maple Mustard Crown Roast of Pork

Maple Mustard Crown Roast of Pork by Patti Fisher

We wanted to do something different and extra special for one of our Holiday dinners. Patti loved the idea of a crown roast of pork; Ken loved the frilly gold crowns on the frenched pork bones. We’ve mentioned many times the lovely folks we meet at the Murrieta Farmer’s Market. Well, a delightful family named Allee including their…

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Mesquite Smoked Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon-Ancho/Pasilla Sauce

Mesquite Smoked Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon-Ancho/Pasilla Sauce by Bob Vincent

This recipe is adapted from one in Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill cookbook. The original browned the pork then roasted it in the oven. Instead I smoked the pork with Mesquite wood chunks. Mesquite can overpower food and make it bitter if too much is used…

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the messiah

the messiah by the tankinator

get a massive mixing bowl and throw as many children iin as you can the fatter the better

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Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Smoked Baby Back Ribs by Bob Vincent

These are tasty ribs. I made them for Father's Day this weekend. The ribs had plenty of meat on them. The key to this type of cooking is not to be in a hurry. The results of waiting while the ribs slow smoke is worth the time. Slow and low is the attitude here. A constant temperature is also important; 225' is perfect for…

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Beer marinated pork chops

Beer marinated pork chops by Peter Brown

When selecting pork chops for this dish make sure they are evenly sliced so that they are all ready at the same time. The chops should also have a good circle of fat because this adds to the flavour. To extract the best flavour from the marinade it is best to soak the meat overnight in a covered dish in the refrigerator, otherwise…

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Dove’s Chocolate Pork Medallions

Dove’s Chocolate Pork Medallions by Ken & Patti Fisher

Our friends Nate and Le Tonia are Dove Chocolatiers. Last week he sent me some of Dove’s BBQ seasoning, the Chocolate Fig Balsamic Vinaigrette, Sweet’N’Spicy Cocoa Rub and their Sweet’N’Smoky Chocolate BBQ Sauce. Patti and I both like our chocolate and Patti loves Dove’s high quality. So, we started thinking about this. My first…

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BACON BANGERS

BACON BANGERS by Peter Brown

With World Cup Rugby matches being screened in the morning in a lot of countries, does that mean we should give up braaiing (barbeque)? The answer is a resounding, "no!" And quite rightly. Here's a compromise. Whilst watching the rugby this weekend, try these delectable savoury-sweet morsels that could pass as breakfast yummies...

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