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    Galveston340's BBQ Thread "GOOD RECIPES"!! (12/31)

    ...had several members asking about BBQ and good recipes so thought I'd share some good stuff here. I am sure that with members from all over the world that we can come up with some good stuff here...other than my "Texas Style" cooking. Down here I prefer to cook over indirect heat...ie a smoker with an attached firebox...but even with a small grill or a gas grill you can achieve the same results by remembering to cook slow over indirect heat.

    ----====Wild Boar Braised Tenderloin====----


    1 teaspn Ancho Chili Powder
    1 teaspn Ground Cumin
    1 teaspn Salt
    1 teaspn Cinnamon
    teaspn Black Pepper
    teaspn White Pepper
    teaspn Allspice
    teaspn Garlic Powder
    teaspn Chipotle Chili Powder
    1 Wild Hog Tenderloin
    1 teaspn Olive Oil
    3 tblspn Honey
    1 tblspn Minced Garlic
    1 Pepper Sauce

    Prep heat oven 350 degrees
    Coat small roasting pan with olive oil spray. In small bowl, combine cumin, ancho chili powder,, salt, black pepper, white pepper,, allspice, garlic powder, chipotle chili powder. Mix well. In small bowl, mix olive oil, honey minced garlic, & pepper sauce. Whisk to bend together. With large frying pan or skillet brown all side of tenderloin, transfer to roasting pan. With basting brush brush honey pepper sauce mixture over tenderloin. Cook tenderloin for 15 to 20 minutes or until thermometer reaches 160 or juices run clear. Remover from over and baste once more. Let meat rest, cut to medallions.

    You can make this also using hardwood for your smoke source instead of the oven. I usually use Pecan wood here and smoke the meat at about 180 degrees for about an hour before transferring to the pan and finish it in the oven.

    On a small grill or gas grill just get some hardwood chips...wet them down....wrap them in some foil with a few holes punched in it to let the smoke out. Place the foil wrapped wood over a heat source and you have smoke!






    ....more to come!!

    Galveston340

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    Ok now I'm hungry

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    Looks tasty!

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    ...that's the spirit! What do you fellow members want to learn how to cook?

    ....Beef...Pork....Yard Bird {CHICKEN}...Wild game....Fish....

    ...you name it...I have a recipe with a "Texas" twist on it and it's sure to be tested by me before I post it. Most of the stuff I'll post is the kind of cooking I do almost every weekend when I have the time.

    ....slow cooking like this is good for the fellow member here as you can cook up a killer meal....while you are PWNING the opponent inside the house!!

    ...Here is another....

    Cedar Planked Pork Chops

    Ingredients
    2 Ea. 4 ft. Long, untreated Cedar Planks
    12 Ft. Bailing Wire
    12-16 Hog Chops (or loin steaks)
    1/2 Cup Olive Oil
    6 Cloves Garlic, minced
    To Taste Salt
    To Taste Black Pepper

    Procedure
    1) In a large bowl, combine salt, pepper, garlic, oil, and chops and stir to coat. Let chops marinate for 2 hrs.
    2) Place all chops on 1 piece of cedar plank.
    3) Place other plank on top of chope. (You now have a wood and meat sandwich)
    4) Secure both planks together by using bailing wire.
    5) Place above campfire turning every couple minutes or so. Pretty soon, you should start to see steam coming from between the boards.
    6) Depending on the heat of your fire and the size of your chops, it should take anywhere from 25 - 45 minutes to cook the pork through. (When it hits 145, your done.

    Galveston340

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    Quote Originally Posted by galveston340
    ...that's the spirit! What do you fellow members want to learn how to cook?

    ....Beef...Pork....Yard Bird {CHICKEN}...Wild game....Fish....

    ...you name it...I have a recipe with a "Texas" twist on it and it's sure to be tested by me before I post it. Most of the stuff I'll post is the kind of cooking I do almost every weekend when I have the time.

    ....slow cooking like this is good for the fellow member here as you can cook up a killer meal....while you are PWNING the opponent inside the house!!

    ...Here is another....

    Cedar Planked Pork Chops

    Ingredients
    2 Ea. 4 ft. Long, untreated Cedar Planks
    12 Ft. Bailing Wire
    12-16 Hog Chops (or loin steaks)
    1/2 Cup Olive Oil
    6 Cloves Garlic, minced
    To Taste Salt
    To Taste Black Pepper

    Procedure
    1) In a large bowl, combine salt, pepper, garlic, oil, and chops and stir to coat. Let chops marinate for 2 hrs.
    2) Place all chops on 1 piece of cedar plank.
    3) Place other plank on top of chope. (You now have a wood and meat sandwich)
    4) Secure both planks together by using bailing wire.
    5) Place above campfire turning every couple minutes or so. Pretty soon, you should start to see steam coming from between the boards.
    6) Depending on the heat of your fire and the size of your chops, it should take anywhere from 25 - 45 minutes to cook the pork through. (When it hits 145, your done.

    Galveston340

    Mmmmm TEXAS FTW I r be livin here

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    sweet man =)

    any good ones 4 pork?

    mmmm crackle is the best part (skin when hard)

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    ..pork?? I go with my younger brother and get between us at least three wild boar a week...so yes...I have some Pork recipes!

    ...here ya go someassieguy...pork chops!!


    Cedar Planked Pork Chops

    Ingredients
    2 Ea. 4 ft. Long, untreated Cedar Planks
    12 Ft. Bailing Wire
    12-16 Hog Chops (or Cut your own off a Pork Loin}
    1/2 Cup Olive Oil
    6 Cloves Garlic, minced
    To Taste Salt
    To Taste Black Pepper

    Procedure
    1) In a large bowl, combine salt, pepper, garlic, oil, and chops and stir to coat. Let chops marinate for 2 hrs.
    2) Place all chops on 1 piece of cedar plank.
    3) Place other plank on top of chope. (You now have a wood and meat sandwich)
    4) Secure both planks together by using bailing wire.
    5) Place above campfire turning every couple minutes or so. Pretty soon, you should start to see steam coming from between the boards.
    6) Depending on the heat of your fire and the size of your chops, it should take anywhere from 25 - 45 minutes to cook the pork through. (When it hits 145, your done.


    Galveston340

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    sweet thanks m8 mum will be busy 2moro =)

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    PIZZA!!!!!

    have u got any 4 pizza m8???


    mmmm pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by tictacman2006
    Ok now I'm hungry
    really no doubt, add an addition on to the house Galveston, Im movin in! LOL! :lol:

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