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    Cubed potatoes and halved Brussel sprouts tossed in Wishbone Italian dressing, wrapped in foil, and cooked in my Traeger until tender. So simple, so good. This was a side dish for the last steaks I grilled.

    Italian dressing also makes a good binder or smear instead of mustard. But why bother when you can just spritz before applying seasoning or a rub.

    I am getting lazy in my old age. For example Dump cake in a cast iron dutch oven. Dump in a can of freestone peaches, dump a box of cake mix, cover, and cook. How simple is that? And it is tasty also too.

    They make self-cleaning ovens. Why not self-cleaning pellet grills?
    Last edited by bbqLuv; September 10, 2021, 08:42 AM.

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    The pictures are not showing....

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    • bbqLuv
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      too lazy that evening to take pics. Besides they got a little overcooked. Please don't tell anyone. thank you.

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Didn't happen.

    #3
    Glad to see another convert to Wishbone Italian Dressing as a marinade/mop. Been doing that in Texas for years, especially with poultry. Keeps it moist and delicious. Here's a write-up a did a few years back on one of the true Texas characters I met in my early days in the State. He turned me on to Wishbone in the '70s.

    The HJ Leggie Texas Low & Slow Chicken

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    • bbqLuv
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      Thank you for this post.
      The pictures look great.
      The cookbook is on my list.
      Peace out.

    • texastweeter
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      Growing up, watching my papaw grill chicken, I didn't know it was used for anything but a chicken marinade/mop. Never realized it was a dressing until I was grown.

    #4
    Popping some popcorn, getting ready for the Wishbone vs. Good Seasons grudge match.

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    • ssandy_561
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      There is no contest there. Good Seasons is so swanky because you mix it in the cruet. It kicks Wishbones a** every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

    • Panhead John
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      Wishbone couldn’t carry Good Season’s jock strap Troutman Been using it since the 70’s or 80’s probably. And yes I’ve tried Wishbone as a marinade before. I also use balsamic vinegar in it, instead of regular white vinegar. Big difference in taste.
      Last edited by Panhead John; September 10, 2021, 02:23 PM.

    • Panhead John
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      Good Seasons all the way! Made with balsamic vinegar. I’ve used Wishbone before and it was, eh, ok as a marinade. Not close to GS though in the flavor department.

    #5
    The cubed potatoes and Brussel spouts sounds good. Never thought it as a binder though I already know it'll smell better than the mustard. We've been using wishbone as a marinade for chicken and pork chops for a while with delicious results.

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      You should try my lazy man potatoes.

      I quarter B Size red potatoes, toss them in a bit of olive oil, toss them in this stuff
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      And then roast them in the oven for about 40 minutes.

      So easy, so good!



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      • ssandy_561
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        Like 375 to 400. You'll get some crispy edges that way

      • Panhead John
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        Thanks ssandy_561 Your recipe above would make a great post if you wanted to start one. Quick and easy side dishes/ meals? Not sure of a title but, I know that myself, I think that would be a popular post, and useful. Have people give us their favorite EZ PZ recipes that are tasty.
        Last edited by Panhead John; September 10, 2021, 02:50 PM.

      • bbqLuv
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        Panhead John EZ PZ, the true fact of a Pellet Grill, color me, Traeger.
        ssandy_561 Good suggestion, seasoning on our shopping list.
        Last edited by bbqLuv; September 10, 2021, 08:20 PM.

      #7
      Try wishbone , coke, and BBQ sauce. So good!

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        #8
        Originally posted by Jim White View Post
        Popping some popcorn, getting ready for the Wishbone vs. Good Seasons grudge match.
        I always thought Wishbone was Good in all of the Seasons.

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          #9
          I am wondering what it would be like with balsamic dressing. I am pretty sure it would go well with the Brussels sprouts, but am uncertain with the potatoes.

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          • bbqLuv
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            I would think that would be okay too. I used enough for a light coat and background flavor.

          #10
          Do you spritz with PBR ?

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          • bbqLuv
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            PBR Spritz Bottle.

          • texastweeter
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            Spritz my mouth with it every few minutes.

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