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Unread 11-08-2012, 03:04 PM   #16
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Wings and ABTs are great with barley pops!
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Unread 11-08-2012, 03:08 PM   #17
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Definitely sausage of some sort
Wings
Smoke a small piece of salmon to mix with cream cheese for a dip
A slab of ribs is a great idea
ABT’s are great
Mini meatloaf’s
Moinks
Pork tenderloin kebobs, rubbed and served with different sauces
Bacon wrapped chicken breast

Plan wisely though, I try this every summer at the lake house with some buds, and you’ll be amazed how little food you actually eat once the drinks start flowing.

You need to finish strong at the end of the night though, I would recommend a pizza to help soak up some the booze. A homemade pizza would be awesome, but I’ve been known to throw a couple frozen pizzas on the smoker at the end of a good party. Trust me, after 10 hours of meat and drinking you’ll welcome a nice cheesy pie.
Wut He said !!! Sounds Like an Absolute Blast though
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if your worried about being too filling try pizza margherita
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if your worried about being too filling try pizza margherita
Can you elaborate on that one?
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Can you elaborate on that one?
very thin crust, light sauce, fresh mozz. but not a lot & some fresh basil.

When we do pizza party's I make a few of them as appetizers.
here is the recipe I started with and just tweaked a bit.
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html
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Ohhh....I see.
I thought you misspelled "Margarita".
That's a new one on me, I did some searching and discovered it's a pretty popular type of pizza.
Look yummy to me!
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Bacon Wrapped Saltines! Watch and see if they are not the first to disappear. Cut a slab of bacon in half and wrap each saltine with a half slice. Put a topping on some if you like. YUM!



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I am soo trying that this weekend!!
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I am soo trying that this weekend!!
Talk about going good with a cold brew and footballgame....
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Armadillo eggs, ABTs, and wings are my favorites.
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Wow!!!
How do you cook bacon wrapped saltines?
I can't imagine how to get bacon "done", without destroying the cracker.
But yea...that's awesome. I'd like to try that.
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Pig candy is always popular; we like smoked olives (get the good ones).

Get some Schlenkerla Rauchbier (Maerzen) to wash it down and don't forget the stogies!
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Oh yea, I forgot all about pig candy. Thanks for the reminder.
I've spiced up bacon on the smoker, but it was flavored with pepperoncici's, rosemary, and various Italian spices. But the simplicity of pig candy sounds too easy to pass up. Thank you Mr. Woody.
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Shrimp in some form, baconed wrapped maybe. Just throwing out an idea.
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Wow!!!
How do you cook bacon wrapped saltines?
I can't imagine how to get bacon "done", without destroying the cracker.
But yea...that's awesome. I'd like to try that.
It works well! You would think the Saltine gets soggy. It does not. The bacon grease soaks into the saltine and then once the bacon is done, it's crisp. The big deal is to focus on the bacon being done. The saltine will be ok unless it starts turning too dark.

Too simple and just wait and see what your guests think. Better make a bunch.

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