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Higgy

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #15 on: Sep 13, 2006, 08:25 AM »
I aint used a charcoal briquet in years. All I ever use now is oak and maple. Here's my bbq pit out in the woods in back of my house. It's made from 1/4" thick steel, 4'x4' and theres a sliding grill on the side, so I can control the heat. I add or subtract the hot coals as I see fit.



Its nice to sit out here and drink cold beers and tequila.



We aint all that primitive though!



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A little surf and turf action going on here. Steaks rubbed with pressed garlic, extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper.



...nothing like a little shoogah for dessert!



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Pikeguy

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #16 on: Sep 13, 2006, 09:20 AM »
Awesome Higgy!!  :thumbup_smilie: :thumbup_smilie:

scansy

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #17 on: Sep 13, 2006, 09:31 AM »
I'm getting hungry over here!

xrhino

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #18 on: Sep 13, 2006, 09:31 AM »
Sweet set-up higgy!
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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #19 on: Sep 13, 2006, 10:49 AM »
I'm getting hungry over here!

me too, when is dinner higgy ;D

HOOKEMNCOOKEM

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #20 on: Sep 13, 2006, 01:14 PM »
Tremendous!!! I want to come over. ;D
I didn't come here to stay home.

Higgy

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #21 on: Sep 14, 2006, 07:15 AM »
me too, when is dinner higgy ;D

Maybe I should weld up some big honkin portable firepit on skis and tote it to our iceshanty.com get togethers? A couple feet off the ice, and maybe it wont melt a huge hole?  :w00t: :cookoo:

Seriously though... if anyone is around my neck of the woods, just holler and we'll put on the feed bag.  :thumbup_smilie:

BAZOOKAJOE

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #22 on: Dec 13, 2006, 09:43 AM »
That's awesome!!   :thumbup_smilie:  You the man.  That lobsta looks succulent, especially w/ a big hunk of cow sizzling next to it.  :w00t:

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #23 on: Jun 19, 2007, 10:52 AM »
Wash and scrub potatoes. Double wrap whole spuds in tinfoil. Find some good sticky mud, or make your own. Throw some sagebrush leaves in mud for a little steamed in flavor if you want. Cover wrapped spuds with a good 1/2" to 1" of mud. Throw them in the fire. When mud starts to harden, roll spuds around alittle for even cooking. When mud is dry, hard, and starts cracking; they are done. Use oven mits to break off mud and remove first layer of foil. ussually takes 1/2 to 1 hour to cook.  :P
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TrekJeff

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Re: Fire pit recipes-Breakfast
« Reply #24 on: Jun 20, 2007, 01:02 AM »
INGREDIENTS:
1 bag shredded hash brown
6 eggs
1 lb sausage or ham, cooked, I prefer spicy breakfast sausage
1 medium onion, chopped
2 cups shredded sharp cheese
seasoning salt and pepper
red, yellow, or green peppers, optional
Salsa is always a nice add too ;D
PREPARATION:
Take an aluminum foil cooking bag sprayed with pam, sprinkle with seasoning salt and put some pats of butter in the foil bag. Open a bag of hash browns, beat eggs, chop onions, pour all ingedients into the bag of hash browns, and mix by squeezing.

Then pour the mixture into the foil cooking bag and spread out. Add some salt and pepper, more seasoning salt, and a bit more butter on top of the hash brown mixture. Place the aluminum cooking bag on a preheated grill (medium heat)/coals and turn the bag every five minutes. The bag will start to puff and you can open it to check for doneness.

TrekJeff

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Re: Fire pit recipes
« Reply #25 on: Jun 20, 2007, 01:05 AM »
Fire Pit Onions, bloomin good!! :o

4 large Vidalia onions
1/4 cup butter
4 cloves of garlic
salt and pepper, to taste
PREPARATION:
Peel onions and cut each one into quarters, keeping onions together. Place 1 tablespoon of butter and 1 clove of garlic in the middle of each onion. Double wrap each onion in foil and place on hot coals.
Cook for 30 to 40 minutes. Carefully remove from coals and unwrap. Season with salt and pepper, then eat. You can also serve with a Ranch dip or hot sauce.

 



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