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Old 05-28-2012, 10:07   #1
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Your memorial day cookout

What are you cooking for Memorial Day?

My wife and I started thursday evening when we put the ribs in a marinate. A slab of pork ribs were cut up into sections with 3 ribs each.

Saturday morning the pit was fired up with oak wood.

The pit was given about an hour to heat up, then the ribs were put on.


2 1/2 hours later the pork chops and chicken legs were put on.

About an hour before everything was supposed to come off the pit, the boudin, sausage and hot dogs for the kids were put on the grill.
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well we had mett's with peppers slaw not as meny people showed as i thought . was looking for 40.but only 30 showed. plenty of potato salad.and baked beans.geuss i should have taken pictures. but it was good to see guys i haven't seen sence our days in the corp.I think the catchin up was better than the food.oh yea and beer
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Can you elaborate on the "mett's"? Not familiar with them...
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Originally Posted by Crowcifier666 View Post
Can you elaborate on the "mett's"? Not familiar with them...
yea they look like italyan sausages . but you can get them in mild hot and ooohhhh s@#$ thats hot. i get mine from queene city sausage in cincinnati oh whitch is about an hour drive north for me i like to grill them with onion,peppers,with a grilled bun . i pour beer over them while they cook . oh and they come in a natural case and is all pork. but you can get a beef blend
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Sounds good. I'll have to keep my eyes out for them. I like cooking bratwurst in a beer bath with garlic and onion. Throw it all in a tin foil tub on the weber over some kingsford and apple wood chips. After they cook awhile, I'll brown em up over the coals.
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Originally Posted by Crowcifier666 View Post
Sounds good. I'll have to keep my eyes out for them. I like cooking bratwurst in a beer bath with garlic and onion. Throw it all in a tin foil tub on the weber over some kingsford and apple wood chips. After they cook awhile, I'll brown em up over the coals.
i'll have to try that apple wood . have been useing hickory. and the garlic sounds good thanks
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apple is good smoke/grill wood.
we had brats simmered in kraut (I don't care for them but some in our group do and wanted them), beef kunslers with chili suace and slaw for kids and others and bbq chicken leg and breast qtrs (one of my favs) - the bird took the most time but it was worth it. looked like you'd see in a BBQ book.
a nephew and me split the grill duty w/me and another nephew cleaning the grill and area and bringing hickory and oak and me and the chef got the coals going good and some pans on grill. he did a good job on the rest.
also redskin tater salad (good) baked beans (my contribution) cole slaw, macaroni salad and coconut cake also strawberry cobbler
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Originally Posted by Marlin 45 carbine View Post
apple is good smoke/grill wood.
we had brats simmered in kraut (I don't care for them but some in our group do and wanted them), beef kunslers with chili suace and slaw for kids and others and bbq chicken leg and breast qtrs (one of my favs) - the bird took the most time but it was worth it. looked like you'd see in a BBQ book.
a nephew and me split the grill duty w/me and another nephew cleaning the grill and area and bringing hickory and oak and me and the chef got the coals going good and some pans on grill. he did a good job on the rest.
also redskin tater salad (good) baked beans (my contribution) cole slaw, macaroni salad and coconut cake also strawberry cobbler
WOW! that sounds awsome . where can i get some of those beef kunslers? i'm in kentucky
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kunslers weiners come from up north somewhere penn or nyork maybe.
the last I cooked here at home were their 'tailgater' franks with jalepeno and cheddar. better than nathan's and hebrew national I think. and no msg.
you'll like them, a satisfying 'pop' when you bite into them.
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