Try some garlic aioli.I notice there is no Mayoarlic. I like to add smashed garlic* to my BLT's mayo.
*Unless using horseradish. That would be Mayohorish.
Finally got around to making some steaks with new dry mustard added to my rub. I added 1/4 teaspoon to my 8oz shaker. It made a noticeable difference. I enjoyed it as did my family. This evening will be cooking again over mesquite wood. Thanks for the tips! It’s always fun experimenting a little with spices and different dishes.Who puts anything but salt on fried okra ??
To sample what dry mustard does to a steak...take two steaks from the same cut and don't put anything but salt and pepper on one and the same with just dry mustard on the other...no other rubs etc...cook the same and do a taste test...
my daughter has always loved (dill) pickles. to the point that when she was a year old, I considered buying her company shares in BICKS. Instead, decided that I would get a Bicks pickles freight car for the Model Railroad that I was working onYes I know I am the ONE person in the USA that does NOT like pickles. And that makes me very special.
Oil and vinegar are optional on italian hogies, but acceptable. The important part part is the dill spear as a pallet cleanser after the meal.
If you're looking for some meat flavoring with a kick, the green container here is a great opt
Guys, stop this madness. You could get a delicious rotisserie whole chicken from Costco for like 5 bux, that's gonna last you and your ladyfriend 3 meals. While you're there, buy yourself a bag of salad and some avocados, then head to the isles for some salad toppers. And don't forget the chocolate Bark Thins for desert before hitting the checkout. Eating good in the hood on the cheap, yo.
They don't have Costco in the hood.Guys, stop this madness. You could get a delicious rotisserie whole chicken from Costco for like 5 bux, that's gonna last you and your ladyfriend 3 meals. While you're there, buy yourself a bag of salad and some avocados, then head to the isles for some salad toppers. And don't forget the chocolate Bark Thins for desert before hitting the checkout. Eating good in the hood on the cheap, yo.
In all reality, Meijer, and a local grocery chain, both sell fully cooked rotisserie chickens for $5.00. They are really, really tasty. When we buy one, I take it out of the tray, chop it directly in half, then take the breast, wing, thigh and drumsticks off both sides. So 8 pieces of delicious chicken, plus enough scraps for a chicken salad sandwich.A whole chicken that will feed 2 people for 3 meals for $5.00.
From a box store that sells toilet paper, TV’s and buckets.
I'm with you. I don't much care for "hot" wings, but will eat them. I prefer my own version. I wash them, pat them dry, spray with olive oil and coat them with my favorite (my own creation) dry rubb. Leave them overnight in the frige, and then smoke them on the BGE, with Mesquite, Pecan and Blackjack Oak. I shoot for 250 degrees for about 1 and 1/2 to two hours.Am I the only guy in the world who wants chicken wings without ranch or celery?
Stuck working in the real office the next couple of weeks, order local dominos. Wings $16, $4.85 delivery then I have to tip? I passed on the order because it was only 10 wings.
Thing that peeved me was the wings automatically came with Ranch. Sorry, don't see the appeal of throwing ranch on chicken, then it dawned on me, anytime I'm out and order wings, I'm always asked about celery and ranch, and I always say no.