Wanted some wings, but I got a stomach ulcer so I don't know what I'm gonna eat, maybe some red jello.
Hubby's homemade chili and Bud Lite Platinum.
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Of course, I have a recipe. It's in my head though. Let's see.
Half an onion
Half a red bell pepper
half a habanero chili, be careful
Can of Pinto Beans, Drained
Can of Tomato Sauce, 15oz, I believe
1/2 Packet of McCormick Chili Powder
Small Can of Pineapple Tidbits or Chunks, I prefer Tidbits, my wife prefers chunks
Saute onions and peppers until onion in clear
add beef, brown and drain
Put pintos, Tomato sauce, and chili powder in cooking pot
Add cooked meat and vegetables
Add pineapple with juice
Cook on low on stovetop at least an hour, the longer the better up to four hours
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Or Chris, if you prefer. :)
I'm picking up wings from a local place on the way home. I'm also grilling Conecuh sausage dogs and mini french dip sandwiches.
I'm thinking Red Stripe would be a fitting beer for the occasion.
The wifey is making asian cole slaw and we'll pull some home-grown veggies out of the freezer for sides...likely corn on the cob and a pot of peas!! Sweet tea also.
After the game, there might be a bit of Wild Turkey imbibed around the bonfire.
Shrimps and champagne.
"There are two pains in life. There is the pain of discipline and the pain of disappointment. If you can handle the pain of discipline, then you'll never have to deal with the pain of disappointment."-Nick Saban
Feeding lots of displaces southern boys tonight at my house for the game.
Started cooking yesterday.
Raw pork butts.
After 10 hours on the smoker at 250 degrees
Fell apart in the pan after I let them rest for 2 hours
All pulled and a light spritzing of a finishing sauce.
Into a covered aluminum pan to be reheated for tonight's game.
Four types of sauces:
1. More finishing sauce--a thin, spicy cider vinegar sauce
2. Spicy BBQ--a thicker, tomato-based sauce with plenty of kick
3. Alabama white sauce--whatever that is, friend is bringing it
4. Plain Kraft BBQ sauce for the kids and sissies
18 count of wings from Buffalo Wild Wings. That's all you really need.
Would love to hear what Bayou would have been serving up for THIS soirée.
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