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Unread 11-25-2013, 11:20 PM   #16
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Man, that is a feast, nice pics, cute kids and I like the fire pit.
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Unread 11-25-2013, 11:25 PM   #17
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Wow Bob what a feast....everything looks absolutely delicious.
Can I get more details on the queso con chile.
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Unread 11-25-2013, 11:31 PM   #18
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Wow Bob what a feast....everything looks absolutely delicious.
Can I get more details on the queso con chile.
It varies. Just the Velveeta bricks and from there it's up to you. We like to add some chopped up Hatch green chile. Or some of that El Pato green salsa. It's really a cheesy gravy that we put on the turkey, etc. It's a tradition with my Wife's family. They don't like my version because it has the works: cilantro, onion, tomato, and jalapeno with a little bit of garlic. They like it simple, with just a can of green salsa/hot sauce.
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It varies. Just the Velveeta bricks and from there it's up to you. We like to add some chopped up Hatch green chile. Or some of that El Pato green salsa. It's really a cheesy gravy that we put on the turkey, etc. It's a tradition with my Wife's family. They don't like my version because it has the works: cilantro, onion, tomato, and jalapeno with a little bit of garlic. They like it simple, with just a can of green salsa/hot sauce.
Thanks for sharing.
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Wow Bob what a feast....everything looks absolutely delicious.
Can I get more details on the queso con chile.
My personal preference is a rajas con queso. HEAVY on the rajas, onion, and tomato. From there, work in some muenster or asadero and let it get chunky, melty, and happy. Problem is that it's too hot for everyone. That is the real deal CHILE con queso!

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My personal preference is a rajas con queso. HEAVY on the rajas, onion, and tomato. From there, work in some muenster or asadero and let it get chunky, melty, and happy. Problem is that it's too hot for everyone. That is the real deal CHILE con queso!

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Great cook and a beautiful family you have there bobbrisket.

I will be cooking a 18 pound turkey in the Pbc on Thursday and will be hanging it. I think I watched the Pbc turkey YouTube video a hundred times making sure I feel confident enough to hook the bird up.

Again beautiful kids. I have a 6 year old and a 16 month old and they are my happiness.
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Bob, I absolutely love the idea of pulling the plug on everything and having a mini thanksgiving with just the immediate family. I might have to start that tradition here! Thanks.
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Fantastic post Bob... Love the feast and all the family shots!
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Outstanding feast Bob! I agree it's far too hard to get the family together with no distractions. It seems like those first 3 hrs on Christmas morning are all we really get. I love getting together with everyone but nothing beats the QT with the ones you love the most. Well done.
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It all looks great. I really like the idea of phones shut off, this may become your new tradition this year. I think the kids, and wife will be shocked to fine life without a cell phone can be achieved at least for one day. I may have to include laptops to that.
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Sounds like you've got a great "new tradition" started Bob and the grub looks great! Can't beat spending time with the kids, especially when they're young, during the holidays!

Our son is home from a two year stint teaching in S. Korea. Looking forward to cooking with the family, watching some football and staying away from the lunatics in the stores on Black Friday!

Thanks for sharing your family's tradition!
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I was going to put my bird on the PBC Thanksgiving morning. How long was your bird on the PBC? Great Thread.
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I was going to put my bird on the PBC Thanksgiving morning. How long was your bird on the PBC? Great Thread.
Thanks everyone!

It was probably on for a little over 3 hrs. I don't know what temp the PBC was running at though.
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Thanks, Bull! When it's all said and done, I do it for them. When we said Grace, I teared up when I heard what my daughter was thankful for. She has no problem speaking her heart! Very eloquent for 6 yrs old and she had us captivated with her words and expression. That's my girl!
Ive got 4 kids ages 7,5,4 and 2. Other that the 2 year old, who is most thankful for thomas the train, I am shocked at what means the most to my children. They put things into perspective.
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