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Old 01-27-2013, 11:04 AM   #1
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I've been buying a few new products to try over recent weeks and having some fun trying them out. Here is what I played with last night:
Started with some pork steak, and I believe I got the basic recipe from a Landarc post? I must apologize, I usually make note on the recipe as to where it came from. I did a search and couldn't find the thread, so if this sounds familiar to someone feel free to chime in, but I digress.

The pork steak. First I seasoned it up with kosher salt, fresh ground black pepper and granulated garlic. Then I seared/grilled it direct over high heat, placed in foil pan. I then made a sauce as follows...1/3 Blues Hog Original, 1/3 Blues Hog Tennessee red and 1/3 beer, just the cheap stuff. I poured this over the steaks, foiled and threw those in a 350* oven for 90 minutes. Came out real tastey.








This was very good, will definitely do this again, really like the Bues Hog sauces. Next time I might try it with Tastey Licks secret sauce.

I also did some chicken thighs, half with Plowboys Yardbird, which I have already used and love, and also tried Tastey Licks Savory Chicken. I hadn't had that one before, and it turned out very good as well. I brined the thighs first in a simple brine, then seasoned up and cooked indirect around 350-375* to an IT of 160*.

Brined and rinsed.

Yardbird.

Tastey Licks Savory Poultry.


Tastey licks Left, Yardbird right. All very very tastey,enjoyed all the new products.

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Old 01-27-2013, 11:29 AM   #2
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The pork steak looks fabulous and the chicken......well pass a plate over here.. But........Keystone.......really.......
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:42 AM   #3
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Tasty sounding and looking grub neighbor...
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The chicken and pork steaks look great Code3! Not sure which I would taste first, I want both. Looks delicious!
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2 great looking cooks there.... I want to dip a piece of bread into the juice coming from the yard bird chicken, looks killer!
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The pork steak looks fabulous and the chicken......well pass a plate over here.. But........Keystone.......really.......
LOL, figureed I would take some heat for that, but I did say "the cheap stuff" in my post.
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Everything looks Great...Good Job !!
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That is a fine looking cook, great job!
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Looks like you enjoy playing with your food.
Looks impressive.
Ditto on the dipping of the bread.
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Looks like you enjoy playing with your food.
Looks impressive.
Ditto on the dipping of the bread.
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Yep, I really do like playin' with my food, used to be a profession, now just a hobby.
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