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    2 Reviews |  By Chefro

    Frying anything is a chore, this technique will make it worth the trouble. This can be applied to any type of meat that is fit for frying. I only do this with catfish since it has the right flavor and consistency to hold up to the process and makes for decent left-overs. Tilapia is for people who pretend to like fish so don't let me catch you using that instead! This is best served on an onion roll with Durkee Sauce, Green Tomato Relish and thin sliced red onion.

    Recipe #449880

    1 Reviews |  By Chefro

    This is one of those very simple, sounds odd, great tasting dishes. Use any root vegetables you have on hand, the more variety the better the dish. I like large chunks of vegetables in this dish, it makes it more caveman like. Sausage like kielbasa can be used to add flavor and appease the meat lovers. My wife enjoys this dish with sour cream, she uses that stuff like some people use ketchup.

    Recipe #446183

    Cold Smoking hard boiled eggs will provide a nice smoke flavor and maintain the integrity of the egg. Hot smoking typically over cooks the eggs making them rubbery and dry. Best to team this up with cold smoking other foods such as salmon and bacon. Some people will soak the eggs in a brine or tea for additional flavor. Separate a portion of brine from other foods to avoid cross contamination. Smoked eggs can be used just like a plain old boild egg.

    Recipe #443717

    I adapted this from a recipe on a smoked oyster can. This is good comfort food that you just want to keep eating. You can use smoked clams or mussels instead. Some brands don't have a strong smokey flavor but that can be remedied with a little liquid smoke. I like this best with potato bread, any other bread that can hold up to the weight can be used. I've served this as an appetizer using toast wedges.

    Recipe #418325

    This recipe is a great substitute for regular ice cream and couldn't be easier to make. You can substitute any flavoring that suites your fancy. I've made chocolate from cocoa powder, strawberry, strawberry-banana, peach,and maple-walnut. The coconut flavor enhances the other flavors and isn't very noticable. There is more than enough sugar in the cream of coconut but a little honey might add a nice touch.

    Recipe #364479


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