Canada Day / Independence Day - Wilder's BBQ

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  1. dog

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    Hi All, ;)

    Well seeing as Wilders' has gone to Mars ... in a simular type fashion why not a BBQ celebrating both Canada Day (July 1st) & Independence Day (July 4th) ... pure fantasy ... with lots of mouth drooling pic's and maybe a few receipes.

    So .... Welcome to the Wilders' Family BBQ :D

    I'm bring some Ribs 'n Corn on the Cob. (pic's to follow) ... I'll throw in a Keg too!

    Man, I love a Good BBQ ... Hope your all coming! ;) ~remember it's pot luck, so bring a dish~

    dog - *puppy*

    Yeah, I don't get out much ... LOL :D
     

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    We'll bring some deep pit shredded beef from my neck o' the woods. Don't have any pics/recipes handy; I'm usually in charge of eating & cleanup. But it's tasty....trust me! :eek:

    What's in that kegger, dog mano_O
     
  3. dog

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    Good ole Molson Canadian! ;)
     
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    In case we are getting thisrty during the preparation I bring in some beer :D
     

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    I have a few items.
     

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  7. dog

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    Hi All, ;)

    Ronjor - Those Cowboy boots look tasty :D LOL ... what did you season them with? j/k

    The rest looks Great!!! ~drooling~

    Geraldwil - That's one heck of a selection of beer Geraldwil ... :D ... you'll be getting tons o' invite's to everyone's parties with that kind of generousity! ;)

    Looks like it's goona a be a Great BBQ!

    dog - *puppy*
     
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    Dog, if those size dees are too tough, we could get a size c for ya!:D
     
  10. dog

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    Glad you got the reference! ;) :D LOL ... nothing like good old rawhide! :D
     
  11. gerardwil

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    And a recipe:


    1. Indonesian Saté from Harlingen, Friesland (The Netherlands)

    Ingredients for two pounds of Saté:

    1 pound of fat pork

    1 pound of lean pork

    50 wooden Saté sticks or bamboo skewers

    Marinade:

    2 tablespoons of Ketjap (soy sauce)

    2 tablespoons of Sunflower oil (or preferably cornflower oil)

    Salt & ground black pepper

    1 finely chopped onion

    2 minced cloves of garlick

    2 teaspoons of ketoembar (or ground Coriander corns)

    1 teaspoon of Djintan (or Cumin powder)

    2 teaspoons of Laos powder (other names are Galangal or Lengkuas, a root from the ginger-family)

    A firm squeeze of lemon-juice

    Preparation:

    the meat should be diced in 2 cm (less than 1 inch) cubes.

    Mix the ingredients for the marinade with the cubes and marinate the meat for half a day, keeping the fat and lean pork pieces separate.

    Skewer 4 pieces of meat on every stick. Alternate the cubes of fat and lean pork on every stick

    Grill the Saté over medium to hot coals for about 10 minutes.

    Serve with white bread or cooked rice.

    Traditionally the Saté is served with Indonesian Peanut sauce , but I think the taste of well-made Saté is just fine without it.

    With thanks to Ciska Faber
     
  12. dog

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    Hi Geraldwil, ;)

    I've been looking for a receipe like that ... I dated a Dutch girl in my 20's her father made something simular to that ... Man, they were FANTASTIC!!!

    I'll try this receipe out ... Thanks much! ;)

    BTW: here's a pic of the location. ;)
     

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    ... and I'm also adding in these chickens.

    Any other receipes, secret rubs or marinades, etc.?
     

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    How about some cabrito? Believe me, it's good.

    20 lb Goat or barbado

    1 c Salt

    1 Dry jalapeno (ground)

    1 tb Black pepper

    1 tsp Cumin (approximately)

    BARBECUE SAUCE

    2 cup Sugar (or to taste)

    1 cup Prepared mustard

    1/2 cup Apple cider vinegar

    1 tsp Salt

    1 tsp Black pepper



    Mix salt, jalapeno, black pepper and cumin. Sprinkle

    meat generously. Cook

    slowly on grill 2 hours (or less depending on cut of

    meat). Be sure meat is

    well above fire (at least 20 to 24 inches). Meat may

    be brushed with cooking

    oil occasionally to prevent dryness. While meat cooks

    prepare sauce. At least 30 minutes before removing

    from fire; brush meat with sauce so it will

    "set". Continue cooking and turn the meat often,

    brushing on sauce at every

    turn.
     
  15. Dazed_and_Confused

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    Very nice spread, Ronjor. I can almost smell that Texas BBQ. Hey, I love to cook, and I don't eat much. Just point me to the grill!
     

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    Let's eat out tonight! :D :D
     
  17. dog

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    Who's the dog, now! ROTF LMAO :D
     
  18. Dazed_and_Confused

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    I'm not sure, but that sounds like a very premature criticism of my cooking skills! :D :D

    You can take the girl out of Texas, but you can't take the Texas out of the girl!
     
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    Well everything looks good. :D

    We need some entertainment so how about these guys,
     

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    ZZ Top! That little ole band from Texas! Don' t get much better than that! :D
     
  21. ronjor

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    This guy said he could make it. BBQ
     
  22. dog

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    Hi All, ;)

    WOW ... Willie & ZZ Top ... for entertainment!

    Now, we just need the dessert Ssgt. Max was looking for .... and some party favours ... Oh, what about games?

    dog - *puppy*
     
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    Games? Horseshoes, of course!
     

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    Gotta have 3-legged races.
     
  25. Dazed_and_Confused

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    Don't forget the pie eating contests!
     

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