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Old 02-13-2011, 11:01 AM
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How about the fresh bacon wrapped duck and venison on the BBQ? Mmmmmmm this was at my nieces graduation party yesterday. And how about this, SHE is the one that bagged the game!

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Old 02-13-2011, 11:13 AM
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OH geeeze Brian i am like pavlov's dog over here...succulence
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There is a good one on one of those sites called Simmered Chinese Chicken. I might try that out as BBQ.
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How about the fresh bacon wrapped duck and venison on the BBQ? Mmmmmmm this was at my nieces graduation party yesterday. And how about this, SHE is the one that bagged the game!

Brian
Looky tasty now I am really hungry.
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http://www.fosterfarms.com/recipes/d...sp?recipeid=86
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That Sesame Seed Bird looks larapin'
I prefer doing my Birds on the "Q" Beer Butt
Style. They always turn out so tender and
juicy, especially the Holiday Turkey which has
a tendency to get too dry when roasted but
that Sesame Seed Recipe would work great
when the weather is 'yucky' !
Beer Butt Chicken !

Beer Butt Holiday Turkey !
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That's a good idea. I have one of those beer can holders, I have not used it yet. I was thinking of using the sauce from that recipe.
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Ooooo Yes, that will definitely work - - - - be sure and find you a drip pan and be sure and put a tater or large pepper in the top of the bird to hold in the steam. Those throw away aluminum pie pans and etc work really well for drip pans because there's not hardly any way to clean them afterwards. LOL

Have you ever checked out these "good old boys" website? http://www.barbecueweb.com/ - - - besides being entertaining, they have some great techniques and recipes to share.
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Thanks, that's a good link.
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http://www.thesmokering.com/ http://www.bbq-recipes-for-foodies.com/links.html More links.
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:52 AM
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thanks, this is why my Bookmarks/Favorites are so full - - - - - there's never enuff room for Recipes and Hot Rods so I have to delete the other stuff
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I went to one of those sites where they sell different kinds of wood for BBQ. The only choice here is mesquite or coals. I have some old chairs I bought at a auction. I am thinking maybe they might be working as BBQ wood.
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Old 02-19-2011, 11:14 AM
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never used a chair, however, if they were free of paint and or stain, I see no reason why not. My sons use what we call Red Oak and it needs to be seasoned before using. I myself love Mesquite and will use it exclusively if I can but some people aren't that fond of it.
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The finish is almost off the chair I am thinking of using. I have used cedar and redwood before for BBQ and it gave it a good flavor. Apple wood and cherry are suppose to be good for BBQ. Mesquite is easy to get, I know where to get it already cut. I only use it once in a while.
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Cabinet shops are good sources for scrap pieces. One of the best beer butt chickens I ever made used a combo of oak, cherry and redwood. Made a huge fire in the bbq, let it die down a bit and slapped the chicken on there. Tasty!
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