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    What an amazing list of recipies, kudoz to the OP!!!!

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    Not sure if this is posted on here or not. I don't have a name for it either.

    Take a foot long hot dog, wrap it in hamburger, then wrap it in bacon. Cook it on the grill. You have a meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wren-loki View Post
    Not sure if this is posted on here or not. I don't have a name for it either.

    Take a foot long hot dog, wrap it in hamburger, then wrap it in bacon. Cook it on the grill. You have a meal.
    wouldnt mixing hot dog and hamburg make u sick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpielmanGilchrist View Post
    wouldnt mixing hot dog and hamburg make u sick?
    Its actually pretty awesome try it one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by wren-loki View Post
    Not sure if this is posted on here or not. I don't have a name for it either.

    Take a foot long hot dog, wrap it in hamburger, then wrap it in bacon. Cook it on the grill. You have a meal.
    Yep we got it!

    You can find them in the very first page in this thread: Bacon Burger Dogs!

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    Maple Glazed Baby Potatoes

    2 lbs baby (mini) white potatoes
    1/3 cup maple syrup
    1 tsp worcestershire sauce
    1 tsp cider vinegar
    2 tbsp olive oil
    pinch of sea salt and black pepper



    Place potatoes in a pot of boiling water, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
    Remove potatoes and allow to cool.

    Once potatoes have cooled, cut potatoes in half. In a large bowl,
    or freezer bag; toss potatoes in olive oil, salt, and pepper.

    In a bowl, combine maple syrup, worcestershire sauce, and cider vinegar. Mix well.
    Pre-heat grill to medium heat (325-350 degrees) direct grilling.

    Place potatoes on grill, cook for a few minutes, then flip. Begin to brush
    maple glaze onto the potatoes; cook for another few minutes and flip.
    Add more glaze.

    Continue this process until potatoes are warmed through. Aprox. 10 minutes.
    Remove potatoes from grill and serve ‘em up!

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    Wild West Beans


    4 cups navy beans (dry)

    2 lbs. smoked pork hock

    1/2 cup black coffee

    1/4 cup sugar

    1/2 cup brown sugar

    2 cups beef broth

    1/3 cup molasses

    1 can 28 oz. whole tomatoes

    1 tbsp garlic powder

    1 tbsp black pepper

    1 tsp onion powder

    1 tsp dry mustard

    1 tsp chipotle powder (or 2 dashes of chipotle hot sauce)

    2 shots of bourbon


    Soak navy beans in a large bowl of water over night.

    Drain beans and add to a Dutch oven or large disposable pan.
    Add remaining ingredients, and mix well. Cover with lid or tin foil.

    Start a open fire in a fire pit.
    * You want this fire to be a nice gentle fire, not a roaring one.


    Place beans about 12-16 inches above fire. Let cook, stirring occasionally;
    until beans are softened and the pork is shredding.
    * This could take 6 hours or up to 9 hours.
    Once beans are softened, shred pork into the beans, remove bone, and serve.


    This is a great rustic recipe, in the style of the old west! I wanted the taste and style of the wild west;
    cooking this on an open fire is really the only way to go! (hence the reason for
    no real cooking times or temperatures)


    So as your cooking up your ribs, brisket, chicken, and maybe some corn bread;get an open flame and make some of these bad boys!!! This recipe feeds an army; enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpielmanGilchrist View Post
    wouldnt mixing hot dog and hamburg make u sick?
    It wont make u sick, but you will have the meat sweats!!!! U may wanna be close to home for this gem!!! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomoredyess View Post
    It wont make u sick, but you will have the meat sweats!!!! U may wanna be close to home for this gem!!! lol
    Nothing a Garbage Plate can't fix

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    Oh I could sooooooo go for a garbage plate right now!

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    Wow this is a pretty impressive listing of tailgating foods. To add some of my own:

    Hanky Pankys - http://www.askyourneighbor.com/recipes/388.htm
    Buffalo Chicken Potato Casserole - it is like cheesy potatoes - only better! - http://www.letsdishrecipes.com/2011/...casserole.html

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    who knew there were so many different ways to cook meat & bbq sauce

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    Been a long time reader/cooker... first time poster. I have a good/quick Chicken Wing Dip recipe...

    Chicken Wing Dip

    1 cup/can chopped/shredded chicken
    1 8oz package cream cheese
    1/4 cup hot sauce
    1/4 cup blue cheese dressing

    heat chicken, hot sauce and cream cheese until melted/mixed....
    add/mix in blue cheese dressing

    simple and ready to dip/eat. Feel free to adjust amounts to taste... and of course... LET'S GO BUFFALO!!!
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    I've made this stuff for quite a few years now and everyone seems to like it. The good news is it's easy, cheap and can be used as a marinade on most anything, wings, chicken breast, steak.....sex, just go crazy. Kidding, anyway:

    1 bottle Teryaki
    1 bottle Zesty Italian Dressing

    3/4 bottle teryaki to 1 full bottle of italian dressing, mix, add meat - refrigerate for a couple hours - grill - done.

    Now, the low country boil - crawfish, shrimp, potatoes, corn on the cob, and sausage will take me some time to type out so, if anyone would like it, let me know. The prep/cook time is actually quick. hour to hour and a half. But you will need a turkey fryer at least 5 gallon. And when its all done, you just drain the water and dump it all out, mixed on the table and its finger food HEAVEN.
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    What exactly is a garbage plate?

    btw that chicken wing dip sounds really good
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpielmanGilchrist View Post
    What exactly is a garbage plate?

    btw that chicken wing dip sounds really good
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Tahou_Hots basically it's a plate that has some kind of meat (hot dog, hamburger, sausage), gravy, macaroni salad with hot sauce and i think some other stuff too.

    (never had one, have heard of them though)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUbillsfan View Post
    I'm for all things bacon. I can't wait to try the bacon burger dogs this weekend. In return, here's something I whipped up.

    Sausage filled jalapenos wrapped in bacon

    4 sausages
    Onion
    Garlic
    Monterey Jack cheese
    Jalapenos
    Bacon (thin bacon wraps better)
    Toothpicks (soak in water to keep from burning on grill)

    Split sausages open and brown in skillet. Add chopped onion and garlic. Cook until onion is soft. Meanwhile, clean your jalapenos. Remember that the seeds are what bring the heat. Split the jalapenos and add the meat once it has cooled. Top with shredded cheese. Now wrap those suckers in bacon. You may have to use toothpicks to hold them together. Use a low heat to cook on the grill. Crack a beer and enjoy!



    Hey MSU... made these this weekend in the camper lot as the Bills came from behind to beat the Panthers for Manuel/Marrones first win together. I read so many recipes that I accidentally goofed and stuffed them with cream cheese and sweet sausage and then wrapped them in the bacon (no shredded cheese) They came out great and were a big hit all around us. However, next time I need to cut/core my jalapenos/habaneros with gloves on. No matter how many times I washed my hands I was still burning my mouth, eyes, etc. on contact. WORTH IT!!!


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    dang! awesome thread

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