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Unread 12-07-2010, 01:41 PM   #1
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I am throwing a Christmas party in two weeks. I am thinking about cooking a brisket or something. I was wondering for some ideas or input on what to cook for a Christmas party.
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Go get a nice big smoked ham and make a double-smoked ham. It is pretty easy and fail-safe, allowing you to have fun on the big day outside of the food prep.. Each household is different though, and some can afford the time cooking. Christmas here is just a bit nuts still, so easy is best.
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We are having a neighborhood christmas party this weekend, everyone brings something. I have pulled pork in the freezer that I cooked ahead for this. Like Chris said, do something so you can enjoy your party also. I'm making some shrimp in a sauce also (not bbq) but it was a big hit last year.
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double smoked ham is good. Deffinetely wouldn't consider it a lesser cook even though it kind-of seems so because it is so easy to do.
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Double smoke ham is money! You can also throw in a couple of beerbutt chickens next to it, you can cook them all at the same temp for about the same time.
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I usually smoke ham around 300 (same temp i would do the chickens) gives it a crispier finish.
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I have heard about moinks. But what is a good recipe? Do you use ground meat or frozen meatballs?
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HAm /chicken is good maybe a turkey breast
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I've never heard of anyone complaining either way. I have to go the ground meat route as their is gluten in the frozen meatballs (that I've found so far).
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Either way works....but the official moink is pre-cooked meat ball wraped in bacon and slathered with what floats your boat, errrr, bbq taste. Smoke until bacon is crisp ifin usein pre-cooked or until gm is done and bacon is crisp.

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If it's a sit down dinner, brisket is fine. In fact, I'm smoking a brisket for 8 people on Christmas day. But if you're talking about a lot of people eating at different times, brisket might not be your best choice. Ham holds well, and smoked ham is delicious! A big pot of chili works too! For appetizers, you can't go wrong with MOINK Balls and ABTs.
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