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  • RedBird777
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    Originally posted by Slug1 View Post
    Take a mason jar (24 oz size, I think). Put 4 habaneros in the blender and let the blender blend for a few (don't want a paste, just well shredded habaneros).

    Place habaneros, seeds and all in the mason jar.

    Mix in all the other ingredients

    Stir it all up.

    Place lid on and place in the fridge.

    Daily for 1-2 weeks, open the jar, stir, close jar, place back in fridge.

    After 1-2 weeks, use as needed with BBQing.

    Should last for 2 full BBQings.
    You may not have told me the true ingredients, but what I do know is habanero peppers!

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  • Slug1
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    Originally posted by shepherdsword View Post
    I can see Slug1 didn't take HisLeast's bait when he asked for a substitute for store bought BBQ sauce.
    Originally posted by RedBird777 View Post
    Man...a mass BBQ sounds delicious.

    Perhaps I should use a secret sauce to smother chicken, steak, and hotdogs with.
    Do you have any ideas, Slug1?
    Take a mason jar (24 oz size, I think). Put 4 habaneros in the blender and let the blender blend for a few (don't want a paste, just well shredded habaneros).

    Place habaneros, seeds and all in the mason jar.

    Mix in all the other ingredients

    Stir it all up.

    Place lid on and place in the fridge.

    Daily for 1-2 weeks, open the jar, stir, close jar, place back in fridge.

    After 1-2 weeks, use as needed with BBQing.

    Should last for 2 full BBQings.

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  • RedBird777
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    Man...a mass BBQ sounds delicious.

    Perhaps I should use a secret sauce to smother chicken, steak, and hotdogs with.
    Do you have any ideas, Slug1?

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  • shepherdsword
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    Originally posted by tango View Post
    Replace the BBQ sauce with some habanero peppers?


    I can see Slug1 didn't take HisLeast's bait when he asked for a substitute for store bought BBQ sauce.

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  • Slug1
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    Originally posted by doubledcattle View Post
    I never really stop. But, when Spring comes we like to break the grill in again. last weekend I grilled 40 burgers, 40 hot dogs and 18 polish sausages. Doing it again tonight, just maybe not that much.
    I love mass cooking. I've done chicken cooks for church... 400 chicken halves. Just me an my buddy, sometimes 2 buds as we cook for about 5 hours over four large pit grills... I just love it

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  • doubledcattle
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    I never really stop. But, when Spring comes we like to break the grill in again. last weekend I grilled 40 burgers, 40 hot dogs and 18 polish sausages. Doing it again tonight, just maybe not that much.

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  • RedBird777
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    Originally posted by tango View Post
    Replace the BBQ sauce with some habanero peppers?
    I whole-heartedly agree. Habanero peppers are freaking AWESOME!!!

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  • teddyv
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    Originally posted by HisLeast View Post
    How can I modify this so I don't have to use store bought bbq sauce?
    Ketchup?

    (Just kidding)

    ETA: google bbq sauce recipe and you can get some suggestions.
    Last edited by teddyv; Apr 1 2009, 07:15 PM. Reason: additional information

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  • tango
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    Replace the BBQ sauce with some habanero peppers?

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  • HisLeast
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    Originally posted by HisLeast View Post
    Here's what its made out of so far...
    - Store bought BBQ sauce (BOOO!! I need to find a substitute for this)
    - Brown sugar
    - Soy sauce (or sometimes worchestershire sauce... which ever one I pick up first)
    - Super finely chopped garlic.
    - A good amount of ground black pepper
    - Chili powder
    - Honey
    - Whiskey
    How can I modify this so I don't have to use store bought bbq sauce?

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  • tango
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    I just don't like teriyaki much on anything.

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  • RedBird777
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    Originally posted by tango View Post
    Argh! Teriyaki? Why would you go and ruin a perfectly good steak with teriyaki?
    I know it sounds weird and gross...especially on top of delicious meat that used to go "moo", but it truly is delicious. And vegetarians can't beat that with a baseball bat.

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  • JaybeeinBibleForum
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    Are there any animals you wouldn't eat?

    Deleted, see thread: 'Are there any animals'....
    Last edited by JaybeeinBibleForum; Mar 31 2009, 10:38 PM. Reason: Should have been in its own thread

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  • tango
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    Argh! Teriyaki? Why would you go and ruin a perfectly good steak with teriyaki?

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  • RedBird777
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    I always put a big 5-10 lb steak on the grill. I think God gave us cows for a very good reason.

    After I take the juicy medium-rare steak off the grill, I put teriyaki sauce on it. Bon apetit!

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