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pafisher
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

doing a small spiral ham on the weber and roasting a whole beef strip loin in the oven , plus a bunch of sides.
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Turkey with all the trimmings, stuffing, oven roasted potatoes, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet corn, yams and marshmallows, spiral sliced ham, bean cassolette, baked salmon, cranberry sauce, gravy, white sauce, bread sauce.

Followed by apple and blackberry pie, meringues with fresh fruit, and with double cream, or a blackberry coolie.
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy wrote:
Turkey with all the trimmings, stuffing, oven roasted potatoes, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet corn, yams and marshmallows, spiral sliced ham, bean cassolette, baked salmon, cranberry sauce, gravy, white sauce, bread sauce.

Followed by apple and blackberry pie, meringues with fresh fruit, and with double cream, or a blackberry coolie.


Looks to me that 'Ya got All the bases covered pretty well, Chris! Cool

Doesn't seem like there's anything left out...We'll wait here for the pics aftermath! Laughing Wink
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Hope Your Guests bring a full appetite!

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Tony Very Happy
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OK I admit it, it's McDonalds all round! Razz
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chris sounds like a wonderful spread..........can you tell me what bread sauce is?
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CB here you go... http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/breadsauce_84755
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy wrote:
CB here you go... http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/breadsauce_84755


Learn something new every day....interesting I must say...just not sure it would do anything for me.....
weird selection of spices...mace,nutmeg,onion,garlic.....
I would try anything once though. Laughing
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PostPosted: Dec 23 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

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OK I admit it, it's McDonalds all round! Razz

I knew this was a ruse. No mention of Figgy pudding in the menu. Wink Razz
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Spaghetti & Meatballs. Yes, I admit it. But at least the meatballs will be first rate, guaranteed.
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am cooking a 8.5 LB Rib Roast..

This AM, I trimmed, cut the Ribs off, put a light coat of salt and by super duper top secret rub on it.. and the Ribs..

I will cook the ribs seperate from the Rib Roast.

It will dry brine until XMAS am.. After we are done with presents...

It will get a wet Rub at about 10am.. Olive Oil, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Finely Chopped Onions, Fresh Rosemary, and some super duper top secret rub... I will put this on thick. Then it will go back into the fridge..

At 1:30- 2pm, I will get the smoker started, and hope to put the Rib Roast on around 2:30ish... at 225 degrees for about 2.5 hours.. Till internal of 125degrees, then it goes over a bed of charcoal for searing... until it hits 135 degrees.. yes I want it medium.

Thats the plan.. Dinner around 5ish.
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Shrimp and Crab gumbo with crawfish cornbread and 104 of my wife's homemade cookies with bluebell ice cream for tonight. The house smells wonderful tonight.

MustGo for lunch tomorrow. (If it's in the fridge, it must go!)

Spiral ham in the oven for Christmas.
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Shrimp and Crab gumbo with crawfish cornbread and 104 of my wife's homemade cookies with bluebell ice cream for tonight. The house smells wonderful tonight.

MustGo for lunch tomorrow. (If it's in the fridge, it must go!)

Spiral ham in the oven for Christmas.


Crawfish cornbread? Do share, please.
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DunnSmoke wrote:
Shrimp and Crab gumbo with crawfish cornbread and 104 of my wife's homemade cookies with bluebell ice cream for tonight. The house smells wonderful tonight.

MustGo for lunch tomorrow. (If it's in the fridge, it must go!)

Spiral ham in the oven for Christmas.


Crawfish cornbread? Do share, please.


OK here goes. I had to translate from my grandmothers hand writing.

2 Cups yellow cornmeal
1 tablespoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
6 eggs
2 cups of onion, celery, bellpepper (Pureed) It should yield 3\4 cup
2\3 Cup Oil
2 16 oz cans of cream corn
2 lbs of crawfish tails

Optional:
1\2 Cup Jalapeno peppers
16 oz cheddar cheese

In a medium bowl combine cornmeal, salt, and baking soda. In a large bowl,
beat eggs thouroughly. Chop fine Onions, cellery, and bellpepper.
(and Jalapeno's if used) (Grate cheese if used) Add to beaten eggs, onions, peppers,
cheese, oil, corn and rinsed crawfish tails.
Combine this mixture with cornmeal mix and stir well.
Pour into a greased 12 x 14 baking dish.
Bake at 375 for 55 minutes or until golden brown.
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its better with crawfish leftover from a boil.
You can season the crawfish before you put them in, but be careful what seasoning you use. Tony's, Slap Ya Mama, season all, will be ok.
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gotta do two dinners, one for my family Christmas day and one for the in-laws the day after.

Planning to try my hand at a rock salt crusted rib roast in the DO for my family. Bout scared to death to mess it up though. Shocked Wife is doing roasted asparagus, baby carrots, and her scratch made mashed potatoes.

In-laws are bringing a monstrous spiral cut ham and I'm doing two racks of baby back ribs on the Kettle.

Any tips for the rib roast?
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

mopar440_6 wrote:
Gotta do two dinners, one for my family Christmas day and one for the in-laws the day after.

Planning to try my hand at a rock salt crusted rib roast in the DO for my family. Bout scared to death to mess it up though. Shocked Wife is doing roasted asparagus, baby carrots, and her scratch made mashed potatoes.

In-laws are bringing a monstrous spiral cut ham and I'm doing two racks of baby back ribs on the Kettle.

Any tips for the rib roast?

Yes get it out of the dutch oven, and cook it in the oven at 250 for several hours so it's a solid pink all the way through.
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PostPosted: Dec 24 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

Christmas Eve in my house means Shrimp Creole, salad, and garlic toast. Sugar cookies fresh baked with the kids for Santa paired with Burbon and or beer.

Christmas morning means sausage and cheeze breakfast casserole and quite possibly a Bloody Mary or 2.

Christmas lunch is whatever you can find

Dinner will be similar to Mr Tony. Once of my bosses told me to go ahead and take the last PSMO( beef tenderloin) from the walk-in so I will be doing Beef Wellington also. Going with Broccolini and some sort of potatoes.
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PostPosted: Dec 25 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

I trimmed two 12 pound briskets last night and threw them on the smoker early this morning. My wife is making some au gratin potatoes and family guests are bringing other sides and desserts.

Merry Christmas everyone!
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PostPosted: Dec 26 2015    Post subject: Reply with quote

DunnSmoke wrote:
Shrimp and Crab gumbo with crawfish cornbread

THAT sounds like a killer Christmas meal to me Wink Laughing

I managed to get a few pounds of live blue crab for our shrimp boil tonight, so I'm fairly happy with what we go going on Laughing
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Thanks guys.



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