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**Official 3.7 Cooking Thread**

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Derick, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    :lol: picked that one as the max scoville i think my wife will like. once you get away from store bought, the spice really starts to get up there. that one is 21k so i bet its got a nice kick to it.
     
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    Holly it's all in your head

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    Air frying a couple turkey breasts for Thanksgiving. Turned out pretty good. I'm also having a smoked turkey.
     
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    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    Saw this getting popular on Twitter: top 5 Thanksgiving sides (not ham or turkey)?
     
  5. Derick

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    not a bread man so no rolls or stuffing for me. i keep it pretty simple. no cranberry **** either.

    since half my plate will be a pond of this stuff, here's my list...

    mashed tatos (not boxed crap)
    beef gravy
    corn
    green beans

    literally a pond....thick ring of tatos with the other stuff piled inside. turkey good dipping in too.

    since it's gotta be 5, and i only eat bakery stuff a handful of times per year, i'll go pumpkin pie as my last.
     
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    I'm a huge mashed potato fan. Other than that, pull apart bread is a must have for me. I've come around on stuffing and making homemade for the first time this year.

    Cranberries are ****.
     
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    Anyone have any suggestions on an appetizer to smoke for turkey day? Don't care about it being a traditional dish at all... I just want to smoke something to take with me that I like to eat. Was thinking some jalapeno poppers... thoughts?
     
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    wings?
    bacon wrap them jalapenos?
     
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    Holly it's all in your head

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    Mashed potatoes
    Chicken noodles
    Broccoli casserole (as long as they don't use that cream of whatever crap)
    Sausage stuffed mushrooms
    Cranberry jello salad
     
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    Probably not enough time to do a turkey breast.

    In short prep time, you could do some ribs.
     
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    Holly it's all in your head

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    Smoked salmon dip?
     
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    Thought about wings... I make some mean smoked wings on the Traeger.

    Didn't really want to go the dip route. I don't think I'll have time for ribs... I'd need 5-6 hours at least and my wifes family thinks noon is acceptable start time for Thanksgiving, so I'm not waking up at 4am to start some ribs.

    I would most certainly bacon wrap the poppers. Bacon, cheddar, cream cheese, and smoked for a solid 2 hours or so then turn up the heat to finish off the bacon. Should have enough time to do them in the morning tomorrow too.
     
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    Make the ribs tonight and heat in the oven tomorrow morning?

    Bacon wraps sounds solid for what you're wanting though.
     
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    Huge stuffing fan. There's a family recipe for a Green bean cassarole that is so damn good. My mom makes this red jello with sprite or 7up in it... I could eat the whole bowl of it easy.
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    I actually like cranberry sauce
     
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    So D and I will not be sharing Thanksgiving food.

    No order:

    1. A good roll (sister Schubert works)
    2. Canned cranberry sauce
    3. Deviled eggs
    4. Sausage balls
    6. Mashed potatoes and gravy
     
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    Would you guys take a pre smoked ham or pre smoked turkey for free as a thanksgiving gift? local butcher shops makes a ton of both, and my employer givers everybody one a week before thanksgiving.
     
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    PurpleStang DON'T PANIC

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    1. stuffing
    2. stuffing
    3. stuffing
    4. stuffing
    5. mashed potatoes
     
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    Employer used to give hams out for Christmas. I always asked if any co-workers wanted mine. I’ve never taken one home.
     
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    the hams were pretty popular. i always get the turkey though. we eat a spiral probably every other month already b/c you can get them all year. can't find pre cooked smoked turkeys ever.
     
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    ****. Love me some deviled eggs