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Bayou Tiger Fan Too

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So I Cooked Some Steaks - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Rouses had prime ribeyes, @ $12.99 a lb, when I went in there yesterday. Bought a couple at around 1.5 lbs apiece. Let them come up to room temp and threw them in the oven, at 225, for about 40 minutes. They were browning but still had a reddish tint when I pulled them to rest. Slapped them on a hot...
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re: Our new kitchen is getting close to completion - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Very nice! :thup: Enjoy your retirement!! :cheers: ...
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re: How to get crispy skin on smoked chicken thighs? - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Usually, if I'm at 300 or so, I have no problem getting crispy skin but I'm cooking on an offset w/ 1/4" walls. I'm probably getting help with radiant heat coming off the pit steel. If cooking with other meats, I've crisped it up by throwing it over direct heat for a bit. If doing it at home, the...
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re: How to get crispy skin on smoked chicken thighs? - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
If you're just cooking chicken, bump your temps up. No real reason to cook chicken at low temps unless you've got other meats on the pit at the same time....
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re: Need help deciding on gas grill vs charcoal - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
You have to also consider your audience. I own a large trailered offset stick burner for comps and catering (although my real job keeps from doing either lately). When cooking with it, I start with a bed of charcoal and then go to using straight wood. I have a smaller offset for cooking ribs, but...
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re: A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
You're right. That pic was when I lifted the lid. Had to roll it to bring the meat up. Rice rolls much easier than spaghetti....
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re: A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
No sir. I am a fan of your calculator. It's really a helluva guide for folks wanting to learn!! Shared it with a number of good cooks. We all agree......
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re: A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
100 lbs of meat...40 lbs of spaghetti. It was a benefit to raise money. I prefer 3 lbs of meat to 1 lb of pasta/ rice but you work with what they give you....
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re: A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Yes sir. Been filled a lot of times with a regular rice jambalaya. Pasta is what they wanted....
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re: A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Thanks! Sometimes you just have to cook what you're paid to or requested to. If they're gonna hate me for giving people what they want, I'm good with it. ...
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A Little Jambaghetti (Pastalaya for the Rich Folks) - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
A hundred pounds of meat and forty lbs of pasta w/ the required trinity. Either that pots getting bigger or I'm getting older!! ?? [img][URL=http://s252.photobucket.com/user/bayoublackiron/media/071550F7-C419-44FD-9156-FF566320806C_zpsc8xnfyx6.jpg.html][IMG]http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/...
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re: Where to get a sack of oysters in ponchatoula or Bedico area - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Harris Seafood in Ponchatoula can probably get them for you....
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re: If you knew you were going to die tomorrow - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Normal day. For the most part I like what I do and you're not tricking anybody (God, the Devil or your wife) into believing anything that you're not. Roll with it......
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re: your preference in wood when cooking beef? - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Two pieces of oak to every one piece of hickory. There's no right or wrong...try different things and go with what you like....
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re: WFDT - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Fried yard eggs, grits, biscuits and ham because my wife's working and I can do whatever I want to!!...
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re: Hammond Blues & BBQ Festival - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
This is a very good competition BBQ event. Divided into a professional division and a backyard division. They also do a kids que competition on Saturday mornings. Lots of heavy hitters in the professional division...guys you've seen on tv, if you watch the BBQ shows. These guys are there to compete....
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re: Anybody here ever smoke a chuck roast before? - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
Also, here's three whole boneless ribeyes I did for Super Bowl... [img][URL=http://s252.photobucket.com/user/bayoublackiron/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-02/A800497B-F82C-4E78-BE7B54F8B4A39D6D_zpsnhswhtip.jpg.html][IMG]http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh9/bayoublackiron/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-02/A...
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re: Anybody here ever smoke a chuck roast before? - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
I've done chucks a number of times. Shake on a little worstershire, add your dry rub and throw it on a pit, in the smoke, until it gets some good color on it. Pull it, wrap it in foil and cook until tender. I cook them for slicing not pulling. Never had a problem with them being dry and we like them...
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re: Smoking Boston butt - Bayou Tiger Fan Too
My big offset has tuning plates, just below the bottom shelves, which give off radiant heat. Fat cap goes down to protect the butt from the higher heat. My smaller offset runs hotter at the top and the meat is closer to the top of the pit steel than it is the bottom, so the fat cap goes up. What ...
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