Skip to comments.Nationwide Saturday Cookout Recipes in Honor of 9/11
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?
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?
I’ve not tried that marinade.. but I like bbq’ing pork loins.. best way to cook them..
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.
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...
Are you series?
If you cook anything but pork, you’ll be a muzzie sympathizer.
Barbecued Pork Short Ribs!
Pork, bacon and more bacon!
Start with Koran pages to light the charcoal...
Lots and lots of pork.
Anyone know of which brats, ribs or roasts to grill? Maybe ones that need slow roasting?
This thread should be pulled, it could put our troops in danger.
/s (or is it?)
**FREEPER KITCHEN PING**
Oven Carnitas (pork BABY)
It is interesting that pork chops are on sale this week.
I’ve been using a great chicken marinade I sort of came up with:
couple of tbs. Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb
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!
The strategy should be , *make our troops more dangerous*.
I love recipe threads! I’ll look around and see if I have something yummy to share.
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.
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