What's for dinner?

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  1. DerAdlerIstGelandet

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    Simple what is on the dinner table tonight?

    As a foodie, I enjoy talking about food. What are you having for dinner? How was it on a scale of 0/10?

    For me tonight?

    Beer can butt chicken on the grill, smoked with apple wood chips.

    More later on prepping and how it was. (It just went on the grill...)
     
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    i made spicy chicken and sweetcorn Quesadillas and had a few beers afterwards
     
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    Ah... a man to my heart.

    Tonight is easy. We have been out with soccer practice all day. And it is hotter than hell (at least for the pacific northwest). Tonight is "firecracker hamburgers". Burgers on the grill with melted cheddar cheese and jalapenos blackened and seeded. Add some lettuce and onion and a pickle on the side... call it good.

    Tomorrow? Homemade potato salad, fresh corn on the cob and chicken thighs/legs with BBQ sauce and oven buttermilk biscuits.

    You chicken sounds good, man. Never have done beer butt chicken before. The paint on the aluminum cans can't possibly be good for you, but I have to try it. Gotta get out my Webber. Apparently, my two grills and smoker is not enough. :lol:
     
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    I made the old woman's favorite for her, fried spam, fried potatos and baked beans!
     
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    #5 DerAdlerIstGelandet, Jun 30, 2013
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    I just don't think about the paint. :lol:

    All I have is a Webber and a Smoker at the moment. I am fine with my Webber as well, as I am a traditionalist when it comes to grilling. I want to upgrade my smoker to a larger smoking house though.

    By the way, have you tried brining a turkey for 24 hours in salt water and then smoking it? Did one for Thanksgiving last year. Most flavorable and juicy turkey ever!
     
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    Crap guys that all sounds good. Youall are just teasing the crap out of the rest of us. My wife is making barbecue pork sandwiches, Amish macaroni and baked beans.

    Hmm.? Come to think of it, I think I'm going to do alright tonight. I mean Angry Orchard Crisp Apple hard cider, Bud Lite, Bush lite and blackberry wine. I'm not just going to do alright tonight, I'm blessed.

    Let's eat Guys, Jeff.
     
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    French toast and bacon. Mmmmmm, tasty ,tasty bacon.

    Geo
     
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    I missed American greasy food so I got a double burger with cheese bacon and a fried onion ring tonight
     
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    Replace the Bud Lite and Bush Lite with real beer, and then you are doing alright.
     
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    You are in Europe and you bought a hamburger? I'm ashamed of you. :lol:
     
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    Roast w/ horseradish and some mac cheese. Yum, Yum, Yum
     
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    I had Papa Johns, but I wish I was at Thorlifter's house!
     
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    Hey I did well for 11 days trying new stuff and I have 10 more days ahead of me for trying new things!
     
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    Truth...
     
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    So 11 days is your max before you treat your forum buddy's like your Mom? :dontknow: I'll forgive you H. Only because I lub you.
     
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    Grilled Chicken Salad. My wifes way of saying, maybe you shouldn't have had the large bowl of chili AND the Bacon Cheese Burger with fried egg and hash browns for lunch tubby...ah...I mean hubby!
     
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    Nothing too fancy tonight. Deep fried some fish (Walleyes, and Saugers) that I caught this past winter. Served them potato wedges and coleslaw. Washed everything down with an Arnold Palmer (half lemonade, half iced tea).
    Fish was pretty tasty, taters and coleslaw were average. Arnold Palmer over ice was pretty good as well.
     
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    What's a sauger?
     
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    A Sauger is a close relative of the Walleye. Generally they do not grow as large and thier coloring is a bit different. Pretty much the same thing when fried up.
     
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    Tonight.
    Fresh sardines fried in virgin olive oil, a full salad, home made garlic bread and a bottle of 'speckled hen' beer.
     
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