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Unread 11-22-2009, 11:53 AM   #76
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I'm having a ball today. Smoked meat ball that is. Stay tuned.
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Unread 11-22-2009, 04:24 PM   #77
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Nice re-visit, Kevin!
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Unread 11-22-2009, 07:46 PM   #79
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Holiday snackies are fun. I really did have a ball today. Be forewarned, my photography skills suck. Out of focus and bad lighting. Still tasted good.

KC'quer's BBQ meatballs, I make these every fall. The recipe is in this thread if you look.


Some Italian seasoned meatballs with tomatoe sauce, and yes boss, I did make the sauce, not canned.


Some bacon wrapped meatballs, they look really dark in the pic, they really weren't. As I said, my photography skills suck.


The best balls of the day. Jalapeno Spud balls, introduced to me by Res6cue. These were good eating. I substituted butter for the EVOO. Rich flavor. Again, these were not as dark as the pic.


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In SHSSW fashion, thanks for looking at my snacks!
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Unread 11-22-2009, 09:10 PM   #80
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I made a batch of this caramel corn today:
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...06&postcount=1
Good stuff.
thanks for the recipe E, I never meet you, but wished I did.

thanks for posting it Kevin!
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Frito pie..........don't ask! It's dry and bland........but for what ever reason(I guess cause I only eat it this one time of the year.) It's Fritos, drenched with Wolf brand chili and topped with cheese. Not really appetizing, but for some reason......I eat some of it. One sevrving is all I need to hold me over till next Thanksgiving. I won't say which person on my outlaws side makes it cause she'll throw a chit fit like she always does...........
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a block of philadelphia brand cream cheese smothered in a-1 or wostershire sauce, served with crackers.



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When my oldest brother was still around, he would mess with our nieces by making garlic cheese cake, garlic fudge and jalapeno cheese cake. The facial expressions were priceless!

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I'm always a sucker for the Cheese board.
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That killed me. I just spit on my keybaord!!
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my wife makes a smoked salmon ball you put on ritz crackers that some people almost fight over . all the better if you got beer to wash it down with
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I really like the following:

1. Fruitcake
2. Jell-o Salad, green with mandarins
3. Spinach dip with bread
4. Kitsune sushi
5. Chinese Almond Cookies made with lard
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I forgot about that one, it's a classic. I also use habanero jelly instead of the A1 and it turns out good. Another use of the cream cheese. Spread it on some of those wafer thin beef/ham slices and then roll up and cut into slices. Works really good with the Onion and Chives brand Philadelphia CC.

Phil....I had forgotten about the spinach dip too. It's really good with those bacon flavored crackers.

The true cream cheese treat is to cover it with PICKAPEPPA SAUCE. I knew I would marry my wife when she had a bottle of it in her fridge.
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Any one else eat holiday garbage like it's going out of style?
The ex-wife, only after at least 14 egg-nogs....

I kid, I kid....
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Unread 11-27-2010, 09:42 PM   #90
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I've got one to add. It's been a family favorite for some 30+ years. I've done this for holiday parties and never fail to get a callback. Mom's used the frito lay bean dip with jalepeno, but I tweaked it with bean dip.

Bean Dip
1.5 lbs hamburger
1 15 oz (or so) Jar of black bean dip
4.5 oz taco sauce/picante (your preference
1 can bean with bacon soup (Campbells)
1/4 cup brown sugar
(I've adjusted the following looking for the perfect amount of heat. If you go overboard, you can add more brown sugar)
1 tsp granulated garlic (powder or salt will do)
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp each tabasco and chili powder to taste
salt to taste
add water as needed

I'm still tweaking the heat elements.

Serve heated with Frito Corn Chips.
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