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A few BBQs & Home Cooking!

This is a discussion on A few BBQs & Home Cooking! within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Afternoon fellow preppers! Today I thought I'd share some of my recent snaps in the hopes others will share theirs! Attachment 106531 Attachment 106533 Attachment ...

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    A few BBQs & Home Cooking!

    Afternoon fellow preppers!

    Today I thought I'd share some of my recent snaps in the hopes others will share theirs!


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    Attachment 106543 Pork Casserole for tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckerMoose View Post
    Afternoon fellow preppers!

    Today I thought I'd share some of my recent snaps in the hopes others will share theirs!


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    Attachment 106543 Pork Casserole for tonight!
    AWESOME Moose!

    We got some real "Que" folks on this forum and from what I see y'all boys over there in the UK got it goin' on!

    A couple of questions;

    What is your species of wood that you use for smoke?

    Here in the US, especially the south, I use;

    Hickory predominantly for Pork
    Mesquite and Oak for Beef
    Apple or Pecan Wood for Chicken and Fish dishes

    But I've been known to mix some up and experiment.

    Thanks Moose!

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    Looking good, Moose!! So, when are we invited for supper?

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    @TruckerMoose

    Here is a link to some Brunswick Stew Recipes that you might not be familiar with in the UK. Enjoy

    https://www.prepperforums.net/forum/...-recipe-2.html

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    Where are the deviled eggs?

    Looks mighty fine!

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    Man, oh Man.... the Moose has it going on!
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    NO beer.

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    No pie???

    Shucks.................

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    Dwight

    PS: all the rest looks great
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    AWESOME Moose!

    We got some real "Que" folks on this forum and from what I see y'all boys over there in the UK got it goin' on!

    A couple of questions;

    What is your species of wood that you use for smoke?

    Here in the US, especially the south, I use;

    Hickory predominantly for Pork
    Mesquite and Oak for Beef
    Apple or Pecan Wood for Chicken and Fish dishes

    But I've been known to mix some up and experiment.

    Thanks Moose!

    Entirely the same choices over here to be fair, Although I'm not experienced in smoking "YET" as it's something i will be trying!

    Thanks for the positive reply!

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    18:00 Yesterday!

    It was amazing.. and it's a skill I've only just rekindled!

 

 
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