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Old 02-01-2012, 11:31 AM   #31
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"Don Cornelius, the founder of the "Soul Train" television show, was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head Wednesday, authorities said. He was 75."

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Old 02-01-2012, 03:18 PM   #32
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:00 PM   #33
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This is my first throwdown. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to fire up the grill today... it was 65 and sunny with no wind, and that never happens in Illinois on the first day of February. The meatball throwdown and upcoming superbowl inspired me for this one. I was gonna make spinach/artichoke dip for the game, but I've been craving meatballs since the meatball throwdown. So I decided to sort of combine the two. I decided to make meatballs stuffed with the spinach/artichoke mixture and make a fondue to dip my balls in.... meatballs that is. Oh, and I had some extra meat and stuffing so I made a mini fattie stuffed with the mixture.
First of all I got the meatballs and fattie going on the 22 OTG set up indirect with a chunk of apple for the smoke.

Here is another pic when they were about done

These are the players for a white wine cheese sauce, parmesan, jarlsberg, smoked gouda, monterey jack and extra sharp white chedder with some appropriate white wine.

Here is the final product, use this photo. Since the game is coming up, I used a football shaped wax warmer with a small stoneware pot in place of a fondue pot to keep the cheese sauce warm.
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:04 PM   #34
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That looks and sounds absolutely incredible!
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Some Mighty Fine Balls There!!!
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Old 02-02-2012, 04:33 AM   #36
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Nicely done jrb!
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Old 02-04-2012, 10:22 PM   #37
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Trying to come up with a funky combination of flavors proved to be a real challenge. I ran a number of ideas by all the voices in my head and finally settled on this: Eggplant, Mushroom, Craisin, Spinach, Onion, Garlic and Cream Cheese Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with a Sweet Thai Chili "Inspired" Sauce Reduction.

The starting lineup.



Eggplant and shrooms drizzled with OO, salt and pepper on the grill.



Shortly thereafter.



Sweet onion, garlic and OO in the CI skillet.



Two butterflied tenderloins lightly dusted with Yardbird Jerk.



Add the softened cream cheese with the garlic / onion saute.



Add some tasty Craisins.



Top with a layer of grilled eggplant.



Top with another layer of grilled Portabella shrooms.



Finish up with a layer of spinach leaves.



Roll it all up like a big fattie.



Tied up nice and snug.



Generously coated with SM Spicy Apple Rub.



Now on to the sauce. Chopped up some jalapenos, red and yellow peppers.



All the other goodies for the sauce.



On to the stove for a rolling boil to reduce down and blend the flavors.



After about 15 minutes, mixed in the cornstarch and some water to thicken things up.



While all this was going on, in the background I fired up the Performer with KB for an indirect cook.



Moved the baskets to either side, threw on a couple chunks of cherry and on went the tenderloin.



Temp was running between 400 and 450 for most of the cook so it browned and smoked up nicely.



After the IT got to about 150, I pulled it and rested it for about 20 minutes. As you can see, there is a nice layer of bark as well.



Here's the cutaway once I finally split it open.



Served up with some fresh asparagus and sliced red and yellow sweet peppers. Drizzled one of the pieces with the sauce and left the other untouched (until after the pic ).





Money shot.



While the combination of flavors was definitely funky, they also really worked well together. The mix of sweet, salty, hot and sour ingredients were like nothing I had ever tried cooking with before. The sauce was especially tasty. It started out as sweet, then it turned hot and sour, and finished up slightly salty.

Hope you liked my Funky Tenderloin. I know my wife and I sure did.

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That's definitely funky! Threw the kitchen sink at this one.
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Old 02-05-2012, 01:10 AM   #40
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Diggin the funky tenderloin! :)

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What, eggplant and no SPAM?

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Prepare for the funkilicious, most righteous Throwdown entry to grace this groovy site, since the demise of Popdaddy hisself.



I tried to imagine what Popdaddy might would enjoy on a beautiful Sunday morning, and went with....

I started by adding the following to a ziplock bag.

1-1/4 cups of coarse George Clinton
1/4 cup of Little Richard
2 Tbs Tina Turner
3 Heads of Prince - cloves separated
3 Herbs & Spice (Bay leaves)


Also known as: One Nation Under a Groove.



Now it's Hammertime...


Once it is well grooved, all into the tub.


Add
6 cups George Benson milk

Make it Funky


It is a rustic blend.


Add Yard bird. and let sit for 3-4 hours (half a boogie night) covered and in a Cold Sweat.

I used thighs & drumsticks.

I let sit for 4 hours in a Cold Sweat, then I took out of George Benson milk brine, and put on a rack, and back into a Cold Sweat overnight.

This morning, I grabbed the Funky Stuff



Err...I meant this Funky Stuff


One of the cast is a flour child, the other is just milking it with egg on it's face, with a little baking powder.

This will be a Double Dutch Bus, bur not a dredge, more of a shake.

Then into a cast iron skillet on my 18" Weber with peanut oil running at almost a Mother Popcorn (375).

Into the hot oil in batches we go.







Next time to get waffling....


Waffle batter
2 cups flour girl
1 Tsp George Clinton
4 Tsp Baking Powder
2 Tbs Little Richard
2 Eggs
1 1/2 cups warm milking it.
1/3 cup of George Benson










Chicken & Waffles
'cause it just doesn't get no funkier





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Disclaimer:This post is in no way related to Popdaddy, The Funkatorium, or Pitmaster T Productions.
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Very interesting.
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That is one stone groovin' funkilicious feast John. Bravo!
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