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Show Us What You’re Making For The Super Bowl -Food and Snacks

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    Show Us What You’re Making For The Super Bowl -Food and Snacks

    I’m sure a lot of y’all are gonna be cooking up some great stuff for the big game tomorrow. Let’s see and hear about what y’all have planned. I’m gonna go with Surf and Turf myself. Either a NY Strip or Ribeye with some fried or Blackened Shrimp. Pics to come. I know it’s a little early for this post, but I thought some people may get a head start today.

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    Last edited by Panhead John; February 7, 2021, 08:18 AM.

    #2
    The family wants pulled pork nachos and wings for the big game. I'll have a pork butt going in the kamado and wings in the PBC! I'm not going to let a high temp of 6 degrees stop me!

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    • Panhead John
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      That’s the spirit! Did ya hear about me cooking a brisket in 38* weather a few weeks ago? It was brutal, winds of 4 to 5 mph. Lucky to survive.

    #3
    I'm going to do some scotch eggs. I might smoke some and deep fry a couple too. We'll see what happens. I lost an egg blowing them out of the shells.

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    Last edited by Attjack; February 6, 2021, 07:06 PM.

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      #4
      I’m making pulled pork nachos with leftover pulled pork. Something easy and delicious to throw together during halftime.

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      • Panhead John
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        Don’t forget the pics tomorrow.
        Last edited by Panhead John; February 6, 2021, 07:29 PM.

      #5
      It's a surprise.

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      • Panhead John
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        What time will you bestow us your surprise? People are waiting.

      • RichieB
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        Stuff is cooking.

      #6
      Got this off the SNS website

      https://snsgrills.com/pages/smoked-queso

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        #7
        Wings are chilling out with some salt on them in the fridge.

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        • Steve B
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          Hmmm. What are you going for Willy ?🤷🏼😂😂
          Last edited by Steve B; February 6, 2021, 07:24 PM.

        • Panhead John
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          I prefer garlic salt when I’m sitting in the fridge.

        • ecowper
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          I’ve got this really awesome smoked salt .... makes the fridge way better

        #8
        Ok here I go.
        Deviled eggs. Wings. Guac. Pulled and chopped smoked chuckie nachos and traditional tacos “for the wife “. The one pic is of most of the fixings in the garage fridge. Click image for larger version

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        • Henrik
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          Great eating!! Love the lineup.

        #9
        I cooked a pair of pork tenderloins tonight, so sliders will be part of the SB menu. I’m also going to do moinks, stuffed jalapeños, and a wheel of Brie on the smoker tomorrow. Probably be some bourbon involved. Pix tomorrow.

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        • Panhead John
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          Be sure to post the bourbon pics. Otherwise.....it didn’t happen.

        #10
        Couple racks of ribs and guac, chips, and beer

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          #11
          Small brisket (2.5# point) was dry brined is now tanking. It will hit Blue for a couple hours to become burnt ends. This is to rep KC. Crab cakes will rep TB. I have a guilty pleasure that I only eat on SB Sunday: Deans French onion dip. If I was still in Chicago, I would have Jays potato chips. But alas......I will settle for kettle chips.

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          • glitchy
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            If you ever visit the lowly Des Moines, you must try the AE French Onion. It’s so unique it ruins you on all the rest.

          #12
          Gonna be doing this ribeye tonight. Maybe with some potato wedges on the grill also.
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          • ecowper
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            That’s a pretty good looking steak

          • Panhead John
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            Courtesy of Costco. Never had a bad one from there.

          #13
          I’ve got 2 racks of SLC’s plus rib tips going right now. Used KC Royale by our pit buddy Henrik. Will sauce them at the end of the cook so they are KC style :-)
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          • Henrik
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            Nice!! I’m gonna cook ribs tomorrow, using KC Royale too. It’s just made for ribs!

          • ecowper
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            Henrik I really do like your KC Royale!

          #14
          Getting started. Got a few inches of snow so far and probably another 2-4 left. Hoping it won’t be a problem keeping temps up

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            #15
            Beef Ribs in cold and snowy Chicago (pre-smoked yesterday)
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