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    Default recipes

    1 gallon apple cider
    1 gallon apple juice
    6 cinimon sticks
    1 small bottle of fake butter
    3 cups sugar

    mix all together and boil
    let stand until room temp
    remove cinnimon sticks
    add 1 bottle 750 mil everclear
    mis well
    chill or put on ice

    monk loves this
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    Default ABT's

    Atomic Buffalo Turds -
    Simple but labor intensive. Worth it though.

    Atomic Buffalo Turds

    24 jalapenos, larger is good
    You can cut the tops off and remove the seeds & ribs or you can cut the tops off and cut the peppers lengthwise, remove the seeds & ribs (Unless you like a lot of heat, then leave the seeds & ribs in )
    Either way works. Have PLENTY ventilation!

    2 tubs chive & onion cream cheese
    Couple good handfuls of shredded cheddar
    2 Tablespoons BBQ rub. I use Cowtown General Purpose Rub, see what your local store has

    Mix the cream cheese, cheddar & rub well and fill the jalapenos with the mix. (I use a "Jerky Shooter" to fill the ones I leave whole with the tops cut off)
    Any mix left over eats nice on crackers.
    Wrap each one with half a slice of thin bacon and use a toothpick to secure it, may need more than one. I use thin sliced bacon so it gets done faster.
    I smoke these with hickory and the smoker running about 250F, they take an hour or two, just have to look at them now & then to see how they are doing. Generally, if the bacon is done they are done.
    And you are required to have a cold beer at all times while watching a smoker. :D
    Or, you can do them on a grill or in an oven.

    ENJOY!
    Mike
    Last edited by peculiarmike; 05-12-2010 at 09:39 PM.
    I'll smoke just about anything (in my smoker)
    The fishing is always great. The catching varies.

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    8 strips of bacon (cut in small pieces)
    1 large onion diced
    1 cup ketchup
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup white vinegar
    6 cans green beans (drained)

    combine bacon and onion in skillet and fry till onions r tender then drain grease off.
    add ketchup,sugar,and vinegar.
    cook until it thickens slightly
    then pour over beans and simmer till beans are hot.

    then serve with any meat or fish you wish and enjoy!!!

    A sticky for all the great member recipes.
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    Ok so i've pretty well screwed up trying to move all these recipes together so if you have one please post it here,thanks.
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    Here is the Mushpuppy recipe from our new Southeast MO friends.

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    1 can campbells cream of mushroom soup
    1 sleeve saltine crackers

    put cracker in zip lock bag and crush them up real fine
    then add soup
    mix together in a bowl

    then use teaspoon to form them just like hushpuppy's
    drop in fryer of grease until golden brown
    then enjoy!!!!

    CAUTION THEY WILL VERY HOT AND SOMETIMES HOLD A LITTLE GREASE SO YOU MIGHT WANT TO WAIT A MIN. OR TWO BEFORE EATING.

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    cooked up about 4 doz. of the ABT's yesterday-they were a big hit!I took the liberty of changing it a little,and I also cooked of some chorizo sausage and added to the mix.

    Some people will be feeling it today!

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    Default Pickled Eggs

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    Baked Beans.......mama's recipe.

    Fill 10" x 14" (approx) cake pan about half full of campbells pork & beans.
    add double handfull diced white onions.
    add one half medium bottle ketchup.
    add one half bottle White Karo syrup.....then stir all....
    layer entire top with Bryans hickory smoked bacon.

    cook at 300 deg for about 2 hours......then set oven to broil so as to make the bacon crispy on top...

    add bar B que, tater salad and grandkids......don't get any better.

    also got a "sweet potato pie" (light and fluffy) and "Pumkin Bread" recipe (excellent at Christmas) that will knock your socks off if anyone interested.....
    This could be the Day....
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    Quote Originally Posted by prefers shiners View Post
    Baked Beans.......mama's recipe.

    Fill 10" x 14" (approx) cake pan about half full of campbells pork & beans.
    add double handfull diced white onions.
    add one half medium bottle ketchup.
    add one half bottle White Karo syrup.....then stir all....
    layer entire top with Bryans hickory smoked bacon.

    cook at 300 deg for about 2 hours......then set oven to broil so as to make the bacon crispy on top...

    add bar B que, tater salad and grandkids......don't get any better.

    also got a "sweet potato pie" (light and fluffy) and "Pumkin Bread" recipe (excellent at Christmas) that will knock your socks off if anyone interested.....

    Those beans sound good. Please share the other two recipes you mentioned. THanks!

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    Default Lisa's BBQ Beans

    1 pound hamburger
    1 onion, chopped
    1 green pepper, chopped

    Cook above, drain and place in a casserole dish. Add:

    2 cans pork n' beans
    1/2 cup Heinz chili sauce
    1/4 cup BBQ sauce
    3 Tablespoons brown sugar

    Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 45 minutes.

    Enjoy....

    I serve at every BBQ and Fish Fry - one of my most requested recipes.

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