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Nationwide Saturday Cookout Recipes in Honor of 9/11
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Posted on 09/09/2010 2:59:49 PM PDT by combat_boots

I am looking for recipes for a good cookout meat this Saturday. Anyone?


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1 posted on 09/09/2010 2:59:51 PM PDT by combat_boots
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The day of service: food service.

I did find this: “I have also had very good luck with Costco’s pork loin. I like to marinate it in the raspberry jalapeno sauce that Costo also sells. I serve it with some on the side too and people always rave about it.”

I need a recipe for that sauce. Anyone know if Costco still has it?


2 posted on 09/09/2010 3:02:15 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: combat_boots

http://www.mygourmetconnection.com/recipes/sauces-marinades/raspberry-jalapeno-sauce.php

I’ve not tried that marinade.. but I like bbq’ing pork loins.. best way to cook them..


3 posted on 09/09/2010 3:03:46 PM PDT by tje
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To: combat_boots

hehehehe...well, now that you mention it.

If you soak a koran in mesquite smoke oil for 2 hours, you can cook up a mean tri-tip roast with a delicious smoked flavor.


4 posted on 09/09/2010 3:04:04 PM PDT by tongue-tied ("Never use more than four words to say 'I don't know'")
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To: combat_boots

Well...I planned on some smoked Pork Chops with a Chief Salad including Ham and Bacon. Not sure yet how I’ll start the charcoal...


5 posted on 09/09/2010 3:04:14 PM PDT by Hotdog
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To: combat_boots

Are you series?

If you cook anything but pork, you’ll be a muzzie sympathizer.


6 posted on 09/09/2010 3:04:52 PM PDT by Responsibility2nd (Yes, as a matter of fact, what you do in your bedroom IS my business.)
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To: combat_boots

Barbecued Pork Short Ribs!


7 posted on 09/09/2010 3:05:42 PM PDT by alice_in_bubbaland (Professional Politicians are a Threat to the Republic! Remove them on 11-2-10!)
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To: combat_boots

Pork, bacon and more bacon!


8 posted on 09/09/2010 3:05:43 PM PDT by historyrepeatz
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To: tongue-tied
Koran kabobs, for sure!
9 posted on 09/09/2010 3:05:43 PM PDT by Leo Farnsworth (I'm really not Leo Farnsworth.)
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To: combat_boots

Start with Koran pages to light the charcoal...


10 posted on 09/09/2010 3:06:03 PM PDT by Keith in Iowa (TV News is an oxymoron. MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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To: combat_boots

Lots and lots of pork.


11 posted on 09/09/2010 3:06:29 PM PDT by Texas resident (Outlaw fisherman)
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Anyone know of which brats, ribs or roasts to grill? Maybe ones that need slow roasting?


12 posted on 09/09/2010 3:06:39 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: combat_boots

This thread should be pulled, it could put our troops in danger.

/s (or is it?)


13 posted on 09/09/2010 3:07:52 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: Andy'smom; bradactor; politicalwit; Spunky; mplsconservative; boadecelia; freeangel; ...

**FREEPER KITCHEN PING**


14 posted on 09/09/2010 3:08:00 PM PDT by HungarianGypsy
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To: combat_boots

Oven Carnitas (pork BABY)

http://www.rickbayless.com/recipe/view?recipeID=216


15 posted on 09/09/2010 3:09:00 PM PDT by wolfcreek (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsd7DGqVSIc)
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To: Hotdog

It is interesting that pork chops are on sale this week.


16 posted on 09/09/2010 3:09:17 PM PDT by HungarianGypsy
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To: combat_boots

I’ve been using a great chicken marinade I sort of came up with:

olive oil
cider vinegar
minced garlic
couple of tbs. Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb

So easy.

I’m actually taking 20 marinated cutlets (frozen and vacuum packed) on a plane tomorrow to Alabama for our tailgate Saturday (Penn State @ Bama)

I’m also bringing other vacuum packed frozen meats:

3 lbs. sliced Canadian bacon (some thick for breakfast, some thin for hot subs)
5 lbs. sliced ribeye for Philly Steaks
75 Thirsty Turtle wings(local bar here in Juno) w/ my own sauce
12 hot italian sausage from Antonios (to be served w/ peppers and onions)

Southwest is the greatest. I can fill a duffle bag with with a styrofoam cooler and frozen ice packs. The other duffle will have a camp table and a couple of chairs (all for no charge!).

I UPS’d my little Weber grill to the hotel.

We’ll have to pick up the 5 cases of Yuengling and some rolls, etc. on the way from the airport to the hotel.

Looking to have a great time win or lose with the Bama fans!


17 posted on 09/09/2010 3:09:52 PM PDT by FlJoePa
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To: dfwgator
Good one!

The strategy should be , *make our troops more dangerous*.

18 posted on 09/09/2010 3:10:46 PM PDT by wolfcreek (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsd7DGqVSIc)
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To: combat_boots

I love recipe threads! I’ll look around and see if I have something yummy to share.


19 posted on 09/09/2010 3:11:11 PM PDT by ChocChipCookie (TheSurvivalMom.com)
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To: combat_boots

CB - seriously, for me there is nothing like a good tri-tip roast.

You can either cut it up for sandwiches (I prefer horseradish as a spread on a good crusty bun) or cut them in thicker slices as a good main dish with all of the normal fixin’s. Cole slaw, potato salad, maybe some green salad.


20 posted on 09/09/2010 3:15:54 PM PDT by tongue-tied ("Never use more than four words to say 'I don't know'")
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To: combat_boots

What all do you want or are planning? You mentioned slow cooked in another post regarding ribs. Do you have a smoker? Can you give us an idea of how many, what items wanted and such?


21 posted on 09/09/2010 3:17:24 PM PDT by doodad
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To: combat_boots

Roast Pork Loin in Beer Sauce
For marinade:
1/2 cup Dijon mustard
1 large onion, chopped
1/2 cup honey
3 cups beer (not dark), preferably German

a 3 1/2-pound boneless pork loin, tied (3 to 3 1/2 inches wide)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
a beurre manié, made by rubbing together 1 tablespoon softened unsalted butter and one tablespoon flour

Directions:

Make marinade:
In a large saucepan stir together marinade ingredients. Bring marinade just to a boil, stirring (marinade will rise and foam), and remove pan from heat. In a blender purée marinade in 2 batches, transferring it as puréed to bowl. Cool marinade to
room temperature and spoon off any remaining foam.

In a large heavy resealable plastic bag combine pork and marinade and seal bag,
pressing out any excess air. Put bag in a baking pan and marinate pork, chilled,
turning bag once or twice, at least 8 hours and up to 24. Let pork in marinade
come to room temperature, about 40 minutes. Transfer marinade to a saucepan
and bring just to a boil.

Preheat oven to 375°F.

Pat pork dry with paper towels and season with salt and pepper. In a flameproof
roasting pan heat oil over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking and
brown pork on all sides. Roast pork in middle of oven, basting frequently with
some marinade, until a meat thermometer registers 155°F. for slightly pink meat, 1
to 1 1/2 hours. Transfer pork to a cutting board, reserving juices in roasting pan
and discarding string, and let stand, covered loosely with foil, about 15 minutes.

While pork is standing, skim and discard fat from pan and add remaining marinade. Deglaze roasting pan over moderately high heat, scraping up brown bits. Bring sauce just to a boil and strain through a fine sieve into another
saucepan. Bring sauce to a simmer and whisk in beurre manié, bit by bit, whisking until sauce is combined well and thickened slightly.

Serve pork, sliced, with sauce


22 posted on 09/09/2010 3:17:31 PM PDT by CholeraJoe (Inexpensive, timely, accurate. Pick two for your healthcare, Obama.)
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To: HungarianGypsy

Can I get in on the kitchen ping list?


23 posted on 09/09/2010 3:18:38 PM PDT by doodad
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To: tongue-tied

I suggest you finely grind the Koran first for easier digestion.


24 posted on 09/09/2010 3:19:00 PM PDT by luvbach1 (Stop Barry now. He can't help himself.)
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To: combat_boots

I dunno. A 9/11 BBQ seems about as appropriate as a Rachel Corrie pancake breakfast.


25 posted on 09/09/2010 3:19:40 PM PDT by sportutegrl
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To: combat_boots

I’d start with PORK anything.


26 posted on 09/09/2010 3:19:54 PM PDT by bboop (We don't need no stinkin' VAT)
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To: dfwgator
This thread should be pulled, it could put our troops in danger.

Do the Muzz frequent FR?

27 posted on 09/09/2010 3:20:30 PM PDT by luvbach1 (Stop Barry now. He can't help himself.)
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To: doodad

Here is a good topping for many things and porktastic.

Chipotle bacon jam
1 pound of bacon
4 cloves of garlic, minced
1 sliver of onion
1-4 chipotles en adobo (depending on the level of heat you can tolerate)
2 teaspoons adobo sauce (from the can)
2 teaspoons ancho chile powder
1/2 teaspoon allspice
1/2 teaspoon ground Mexican hot chocolate
1 cup of brewed coffee
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
Black pepper to taste

Method:
Cook the bacon until fat is rendered, but not too crisp. Cut cooked bacon into two-inch sized pieces.

On medium heat, cook the onion and garlic in one tablespoon of rendered bacon fat in a medium-sized pot for two minutes. Add the cooked bacon, spices, apple-cider vinegar and coffee. Simmer on low for two hours, stirring occasionally. If jam starts to get dry, add water, 1/4 cup at a time.

After two hours, place bacon jam into a food processor, and puree for two or three seconds, tops. You just want to bring it together but still have some chunks.


28 posted on 09/09/2010 3:21:24 PM PDT by doodad
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To: luvbach1

Everyone lurks FR. Or gets some of our words & slogans in e-mail.

Everyone.


Does anyone know what a tea marinade does for brats or pork? Ideas?


29 posted on 09/09/2010 3:23:17 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: doodad

Done! :)


30 posted on 09/09/2010 3:25:08 PM PDT by HungarianGypsy
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To: luvbach1
Do the Muzz frequent FR?

Do they frequent the church in question? Does it matter, it's out there in public.

31 posted on 09/09/2010 3:25:31 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: doodad

The idea just came to me. 9/11. Fires. Pork. A day of food service.

I love the smell of pork grilling in the evening.

It’s an evolving idea.

I’m game though.

I’m gonna need more ideas. Lots and lots of ideas.


32 posted on 09/09/2010 3:26:13 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: luvbach1

Besides do a Google Search and odds are there may very well be a reference to a Free Republic thread on the first page of hits.


33 posted on 09/09/2010 3:26:58 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: combat_boots

Baby Back Ribs

Marinade:

Soy Sauce
Rice wine vinegar
Honey
Chili oil
Garlic
Ginger root
Sesame oil

Use about two cups of soy, sweeten with homey until it has a sweet and salty taste, the add a few teasons of the rest of the ingredients. Marinade the ribs for up to five days, and throw on the BBQ. Boil the marinade for several minutes to use as additional sauce.

This recipie was from a now closed rib store on Maui....enjoy


34 posted on 09/09/2010 3:28:22 PM PDT by illiac (If we don't change directions soon, we'll get where we're going)
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To: doodad

Later


35 posted on 09/09/2010 3:28:37 PM PDT by Anna W
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To: alice_in_bubbaland

yeah, great idea and drop all the pork fat at a mosque.


36 posted on 09/09/2010 3:28:54 PM PDT by rambo316
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To: illiac

teasons = teaspoons


37 posted on 09/09/2010 3:29:05 PM PDT by illiac (If we don't change directions soon, we'll get where we're going)
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To: combat_boots

Scallops wrapped in bacon grilled. Corn on the cob wrapped in foil with butter and old bay seasoning grilled. Pork ribs mesquite bbq sauce. Cold beer. Perfect meal


38 posted on 09/09/2010 3:29:33 PM PDT by barmag25
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To: combat_boots
Anything with PORK.

Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos:


39 posted on 09/09/2010 3:31:00 PM PDT by BunnySlippers
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To: rambo316

Or, if you live in a Hispanic neighborhood, you can buy a large pig’s head.

Makes “bowling” easy.


40 posted on 09/09/2010 3:32:33 PM PDT by BunnySlippers
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To: BunnySlippers

Mmmmm...we call them Flaming Turds where I live and they are good.


41 posted on 09/09/2010 3:32:53 PM PDT by Protect the Bill of Rights
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To: combat_boots

The Iatola Bacon Rolla!
http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/


42 posted on 09/09/2010 3:33:12 PM PDT by tophat9000 (.............................. BP + BO = BS ...........................Formula for a disaster...)
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To: combat_boots

Put your cardiologist on speed dial and check this out:
http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/


43 posted on 09/09/2010 3:33:29 PM PDT by dainbramaged (If you want a friend, get a dog.)
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To: doodad

Don’t have a smiker, but I did see that “dinner impossible” guy make one from a metal trash can, upside down, paper starter % charcoal. For a longshoremen dinner.


44 posted on 09/09/2010 3:34:08 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: tophat9000

Dang, you beat me by 17 seconds :>)


45 posted on 09/09/2010 3:35:21 PM PDT by dainbramaged (If you want a friend, get a dog.)
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To: combat_boots

Oops. &, not %


46 posted on 09/09/2010 3:35:21 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: Protect the Bill of Rights

That kinda kills my appetite ... :(


47 posted on 09/09/2010 3:35:37 PM PDT by BunnySlippers
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To: combat_boots
Bacon Carbonara:


48 posted on 09/09/2010 3:39:53 PM PDT by BunnySlippers
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To: combat_boots

This is a link to some great sounding recipes, granted they are not necessarily for 9/11, but there’s a fair amount of pork in many of the ingredient lists.

http://go.louisianacookin.com/_p_ga4x2nwxharz2nrxta4b2uw36a4r2ktsga4w2nq3ydrubuyxrd8v3usfv49e7tafqzmlxmhfa4mux7rr548wkjz_p_/trouble.htm

enjoy.


49 posted on 09/09/2010 3:47:53 PM PDT by hotshu (Keep the Faith, that's all 0bama and his fellow traitors can't steal from us.e)
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To: dfwgator
Does it matter, it's out there in public.

Most of my friends, relatives, and acquaintances who I've told about Free Republic had never heard of it until I told them about it. I guess they don't do many searches. Most people are quite uninformed.

50 posted on 09/09/2010 3:48:48 PM PDT by luvbach1 (Stop Barry now. He can't help himself.)
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