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  1. Clay Neubauer

    BLTs

    This summer I've been trying to make a point of experimenting with different breads whenever we fire up the brick oven to make pizza and have several hours of heat to work with. This is a rather different direction from the hearth breads, pitas, etc. you'd normally think of with wood fire, I...
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    Bennies

    I had to work the majority of the holiday weekend, but got a request to have breakfast for dinner. I rummaged around through the freezers, and found some Canadian Bacon I made from a hog we butchered a while back. so Eggs Benedict is the plan. Got stocked up on charcoal for the season. Not...
  3. Clay Neubauer

    Just some Bennies

    I had to work the majority of the holiday weekend, but got a request to have breakfast for dinner. I rummaged around through the freezers, and found some Canadian Bacon we had made from a hog we butchered a while back. Stocked up on charcoal- not name brand, but my local small town grocer...
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    Couple of shecone cooks

    Finally got a lazy day rain delay, sat down looking for ideas to cook, and realized it's been ages since I actually posted anything- so here's some stuff that I should have gotten up two or three months ago. Get yourself one of these prep tubs. Maybe two. They are awesome. Had lots of...
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    Huli Huli... pie

    The other recent Huli Huli posts here were something I just had to try, did a whole bird on my WSM rotisserie with no water pan. It turned out great, but I got no pics as during the course of the cook we went from a low chance of scattered light showers to a nasty severe thunderstorm warning...
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    Holiday cooks

    Time to get these photos worked up, some of our cooks were definitely inspired by recent posts from others here and were great hits. Christmas morning brunch was Scotch eggs and Bloody Marys with homemade juice from the garden. The plan was to rotisserie a chicken I found in the freezer...
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    Higher pizza game: achievement level unlocked

    I've had a kettle pizza attachment for some time and come to love the food that could be done with the high temps and wood fire, but was always frustrated that the ideal conditions with it were so fleeting once the fuel was burnt out. Somehow or other a couple winters ago in the midst of a...
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    If you can't beat 'em, shoot 'em and loin 'em

    Well, I never was much for poetry, but something like that. Have a couple big posts I need to get on here before I get too busy with harvest so here goes. Early one Sunday morning, got a call from a friend who was loading fat hogs and had one that broke a leg and couldn't get on the truck...
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    Packing plants, livestock, etc.

    My apologies, I had never been on this page of the forum before today. Usually I just dabble in the photo gallery or sometimes search for a recipe or info on a piece of equipment. But I ran across a thread where you guys were talking about the interruptions in the food chain back early in the...
  10. Clay Neubauer

    Garden season

    Finally getting knee deep into fresh produce here and being able to make almost every meal with something that's just-picked so been a lot of food stuff going on. Here's a few recent cooks and maybe a sneak preview or two of some things I'll post here later. Charring green peppers, and...
  11. Clay Neubauer

    Two day brisket

    Silly me, didn't get any pics of what we cooked on the 4th of July itself at a friend's place (couple of rotisserie pork loins, and fried 12 pounds of catfish and bass from our farm ponds) but I did have a little more free time the next day for this. Had a small chunk of brisket in the freezer...
  12. Clay Neubauer

    Steak frites

    Just about to hit the point here where a lot of stuff can come straight from the plant to the table. But we've got some potted herbs that I've been too busy to do anything with and needed a cook to trim a few of them back. Made some chimichurri with the contents of the above container...
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    Beef bones

    Was sifting through the freezers trying to decide what to cook this weekend, and found a small package of beef ribs I'd somehow missed from the last one butchered. After some of the most sensational brisket I've ever had at a Scotch tasting and brisket dinner that a local bar put on recently...
  14. Clay Neubauer

    Pizza Kettle Soup

    One of my favorite things to do is think of stuff that normally wouldn't be cooked outdoors on a grill or smoker. Well, we cook a lot of French Onion soup around here but since you kinda need a broiler to finish it properly, that's always been a standard oven item. Then one day it occurred to...
  15. Clay Neubauer

    Verde and street corn

    It's not been easy to grow any crops in this part of the world this year, but finally have enough stuff ready that a large portion of meals can be done right off the garden. Can't think of a better way to capitalize than this. Have tomatillos like crazy, going to plant more next time and make...
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    Maple Sriracha Drumsticks

    I was busy enough that there aren't any pics of our cooks from the 4th of July week, but ended up with some chicken drums that never made it to a grill then and needed something done with them. Found this on Raichlen's website and thought it worth a try. Melting butter, Sriracha sauce and...
  17. Clay Neubauer

    Easter rotisserie and a new toy

    Sorry I have only been lurking here for a while, it's been a long time since I got motivated enough to photograph and post a cook. But this seemed like a good time to make the effort. After a long time of basically being a charcoal aficionado, I decided that there are indeed days when it would...
  18. Clay Neubauer

    Short ribs and harvest

    Sorry guys and gals, I've been a lurker here lately but been awfully busy and most of the stuff I've cooked has been pretty basic and not much worth the effort to share. But I'm trying to get back into some recreational cooks now, and in the past you all have enjoyed having farm pics posted...
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    Vortex arroz con pollo and street corn

    A local Mexican joint does a killer arroz con pollo, one of my favorites there. I've never attempted a dish like that before, but it seemed like a great way to employ some artistic license and use up some of my garden produce. My sweet corn patch has been outrageous. Half an acre, split in...
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    Vortex T-bones

    I must apologize, have been seasonally so busy that I've only been a lurker and occasional commenter on this board for too long. However, I've watched what you other guys and gals have been doing enough to think that I should own a Vortex, and after it sitting here for a couple weeks I finally...

 

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