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cptqueeg

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Posted: 07/04/20 02:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are having a backyard cookout w friends. I'm making potato salad, a key lime pie, and grilled chicken.

The chicken is marinated in Wickers original marinade out of Honersville, Missouri. It's vingear based so I thicken w ketchup and baste the chicken 2 or 3 times just before taking it off the fire ensuring it doesn't burn.

Our hosts are making grilled veg and some chips/dip. We will conclude w the key lime pie and cantalope.

What are you having?

New England Pot Salad

Idaho russet burkbank potatoes (4 large potatoes about 4lbs)
1 teaspon mustard (not yellow) such as grey poupon or dry mustard
1/3 cup white vinegar
1/2 finely diced medium yellow onion
3 stalks celery finely diced
Hellmans/Best mayo
s + plenty of fresh ground black pepper
flat leaf parsely (if desired)

Quarter spuds(crosswise), place in large pan w cold water. Slowly bring to a boil and then simmer till just barely tender. Drain, chunk, place in mixing bowl while warm. Disolve mustard in vinegar and spritz on potatoes. S+P. Work in layers if necessary. Let potatoes cool in fridge. When cold add celery, onions, and mayo. Mix gently and season w more salt and pepper if necessary.

To serve make cups w really fresh iceberg lettuce and place pot salad in the lettuce cups or line serving bowl w icberg and serve the lettuce w a portion of pot salad. Chopped flat leaf parsely could be sprinkled on top.

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Hot Dogs, potato salad, baked beans, apple pie & watermelon


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Just had our 4th dinner. I cooked bacon wrapped shrimp on the smoker, with deviled eggs, corn on the cob, and peanut butter pie for desert. Delicious!! Happy Holiday to all!

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Ribeyes, grilled corn, Ceasar salad, Crown Royal.


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Beef short ribs in garlic teriyaki, potato salad Kelli is making, Danish squash, dessert is garlic roasted apples with sweetened vanilla sour cream poured over it.


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Posted: 07/04/20 04:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Elk burgers on the grill, cole slaw and sweet potato fries.


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All meals are quiet and just the two of us, the 4th is no different. Wife made a strawberry pie, potato salad , and cold spaghetti salad for our daughters family but they ate at their house as did we. We have not made dinner for friends nor family since March. We would love to visit friends in Canada but alas we cannot go there. We can't go to Europe and we are going to beaches or places where the masses are not doing anything to avoid the virus. After the 4th we may go to one of our more hidden spots to hang out and make a dinner over the campfire. It is the world we are being subjected to through ignorance.


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Hymmm, i cooked off some ribs last night in the oven and finished them on the grill today. Also, a bonless grilled chicken breast with balsamic reduction, fresh mozzarella, and roasted red pepers, potato salad ( almost the same as above but 1/3 sour cream to 2/3 mayo), corn, and a balsamic pasta salad. Everything was awsome. Have a great 4th everyone!


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Ok, for the ribs, slather them in ground mustard, then add your favorite rub , cover with foil and bake at 325 for 2.5 hours. Next day grill on low or indirect heat untill they get soft. Add, bbq sauce and remove and eat.

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Posted: 07/04/20 06:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just finished a rack of baby back ribs & salt potatoes. A sweet brown sugar rub, grilled over an offset burner at 290°F for 3.5 hours.

Salt potatoes are a Syracuse NY speciality that started with workers boiling mined salt water to make table salt tossing new potatoes in the vat. Drenched in melted butter. Not necessarily the most heart conscious meal, but wonderful! I did include a salad...

* This post was edited 07/04/20 07:14pm by vermilye *


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