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  • tomclark
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    New Category? What's for supper!??

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    Food thread. Artifacts first, food second lolol

  • Jethro355
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    πŸ‘πŸ‘you are welcome.
    This is one of my favorite meals ever.

  • tomclark
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    Thanking you now!! nom nom

  • Jethro355
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    Sriracha chicken: feeds about 4

    one pack of boneless chicken thighs, about 2 pounds
    sriracha sauce
    honey
    avocado
    lime
    cilantro
    tortillas(I like flour, some like corn.)
    shredded cheese
    sour creme
    limes
    Olive oil


    score the chicken several times and drop into a gallon zip lock bag. Put about a cup and a half of sriracha into bag. Add about a half cup of honey, and a table spoon of olive oil, and squeeze half a lime juice in, then seal the bag, shake/squeeze/mix all around until it’s all over the chicken and thoroughly mixed. Let sit in the fridge for a while. I sometimes let it sit overnight even. (You can vary the mixture to taste, at deer camp I go heavier on the sriracha because the guys like it hotter, but the sweetness of the honey really tempers the heat of the sriracha)
    I keep a sriracha bottle that I mix 60/40 sriracha and honey with a dash of lime juice for applying during the grilling. I always mark it so I don’t get it mixed with the full strength stuff...

    fire up the grill, throw the chicken on, and depending on heat level, flip it in about 5-7 minutes. After flipping, squirt some of the mixture on it. Once again, let it cook for about five to seven minutes, flip it back and squirt one more time. Leave it for a couple minutes, then remove to a plate. I shred it with two forks.

    I prepare my taco like this....
    cheese
    chicken
    cilantro
    little bit of lime juice
    avocado slices
    dab of sour cream.


    thank me later. πŸ˜‡



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  • tomclark
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    Pickled eggs and pig!!! Oh man! Raining this weekend down here

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  • BabaORiley
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    Im thinking its a good smoker weekend...big hunk of oinker...

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  • BabaORiley
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    Pickled eggs will be ready Sunday...I pickle a lot of things also.

  • BabaORiley
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    That sounds good Tom.

  • Sage hen jack
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    Tom if I took a snoot from that beverage in the Mason Jar. I might be able to eat that pickled concoction πŸ˜œπŸ‘

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  • tomclark
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    Yes I'm eating it in my lap watching LivePD lololol.
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  • Ron Kelley
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    I love leaks fried up with liver.

  • Josie
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    On my! Some of these I've never heard of, lol.

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  • gregszybala
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    Hey, Hoss, how do we set this up? It would be fun.

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  • BabaORiley
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    Shrimp etouffee (tomorrow) and boudin at my daughters request. Its her last day of junior year and she has worked her tail off with her honors schedule.

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  • BabaORiley
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    I have had cattail before Ron and if I can get there hopefully we have wild leeks near the house. The 'tails are excellent...
    Last edited by BabaORiley; 06-07-2019, 09:20 AM.
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