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Unread 03-24-2011, 09:17 AM   #16
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Check out this 'nana puddin it's got all the imagination anyone will ever need to enjoy after some good ole Southern style Q,

http://www.gourmet.com/recipes/2000s...-glazed-pecans
You and I both know that this Gourmet Recipe was the furthest thing from his mind.
The tried and blue instant pudding with sliced nanners, and Nilla wafers were the bill of fare that was intended...

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Unread 03-24-2011, 09:51 AM   #17
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Pineapples,apples,peaches,pears,rhubarb,nanners... ....fruit shaslicks!
Serve your fruits with red berries,nuts,icecream,yoghurt,chocolate,wafels mint leaves....
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Maybe peach cobbler.!!!!
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mmmmm Peach Cobbler. THat seems to be a classic grill dessert.
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We love doing peachs on the bbq.
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Banana smoores sounds awesome, and so do the peaches...
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Maybe peach cobbler.!!!!
I've actually done peach cobbler on the pit. Can't remember the recipe but it was easy. I love the stuff.
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is that the only thing you southern boys know, Comon' now some imagination please.

Banana puddin' with rum sauce
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I have done the Pineapples several times except we soak them in rum before cooking. Maybe not a great idea for a church, but hey never know.
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Smoked pears are always nice
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Dump Cake, fruit pie filling (apple in my fav) some spice (cinnamon and sugar with the apple) and cake mix with a stick of butter. Throw it in the heat for about and hour.....perfect dessert.
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My daughters like to make these...no in a smoker, but they kinda fit the BBQ theme.

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These are fantastic and can be made on the grill or smoker, same as the oven as long as they are in the water bath.

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I have made a blackberry thyme cobbler that's very good cooked outside with wood or charcoal.
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