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    Tailgate Food

    What do you guys plan on cooking up for the K-State game??


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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones21 View Post
    What do you guys plan on cooking up for the K-State game??
    food



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Eating wedding reception food in Des Moines. I'll miss the game and all of you unfortunately. I love KC, love Arrowhead, love BBQ, love Kelly's, love Power and Light's district, love the Plaza....sigh



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    wild cat, we're ordering chinese.



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Miller Lite

    oh, you said food..... Miller Lite!



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    guac, ribs, chili, brownies....and beer.



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Brats, Burgers, oh and Beer!



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado View Post
    guac, ribs, chili, brownies....and beer.

    Im stopping by.



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Probably slow cook a marinaded pork roast for pork sandwiches and have not decided yet for the Chiefs game the next day but ribs are a possibility. Wish I could do charcoal instead of gas but the soot left over from the charcoal might be a little messy when we are already tight on packing space.


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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones21 View Post
    What do you guys plan on cooking up for the K-State game??
    Brisket.

    I got a 6.5 lb brsket with a nice 1/4 in layer of fat on one side. I washed it in cold water, patted it dry and rubbed it with this:

    2 Tbspns garlic powder
    1 Tbspn onion powder
    2 Tbspn sugar
    3 Tbspns freshly ground pepper
    1 Tbspn coarse salt (sea salt, kosher salt, etc)
    3 Tbspns chili powder
    2 Tbspns cumin

    I put it in a large tupperware container with a lid to let it "cure"

    Sat AM I will start cooking it.

    I'm setting the grill up for indirect cooking using about a dozen coals and wet hickory chips.

    I will put the brisket in one of those cheap aluminum roasting pans you get at the store ($2). And cook with the grill's lid on. and get it started about 6-7:00 AM.

    Every 50 min - hour: add coals, wet hickory and baste the brisket with the accumulating juices . Sometime after 6 hours of this, the brisket will be done. (When it is fork tender).

    Let it rest for about 15 min and slice it across the grain with a sharp knife (electric works well - the wife gave me a Lorena Bobbitt signature model several years ago for my birthday).

    You are now ready to enjoy the best brisket going.


    Last edited by swammi; 10-01-2009 at 02:43 PM. Reason: correct error

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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Quote Originally Posted by swammi View Post
    Brisket.

    I got a 6.5 lb brsket with a nice 1/4 in layer of fat on one side. I washed it in cold water, patted it dry and rubbed it with this:

    2 Tbspns garlic powder
    1 Tbspn onion powder
    2 Tbspn sugar
    3 Tbspns freshly ground pepper
    1 Tbspn coarse salt (sea salt, kosher salt, etc)
    3 Tbspns chili powder
    2 Tbspns cumin

    I put it in a large tupperware container with a lid to let it "cure"

    Sat AM I will start cooking it.

    I'm setting the grill up for indirect cooking using about a dozen coals and wet hickory chips.

    I will put the brisket in one of those cheap aluminum roasting pans you get at the store ($2). And cook with the grill's lid on. and get it started about 6-7:00 AM.

    Every 50 min - hour: add coals, wet hickory and baste the brisket with the accumulating juices . Sometime after 6 hours of this, the brisket will be done. (When it is fork tender).

    Let it rest for about 15 min and slice it across the grain with a sharp knife (electric works well - the wife gave me a Lorena Bobbitt signature model several years ago for my birthday).

    You are now ready to enjoy the best brisket going.
    Holy too much work, can I just have a brat?



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Quote Originally Posted by swammi View Post
    Brisket.

    I got a 6.5 lb brsket with a nice 1/4 in layer of fat on one side. I washed it in cold water, patted it dry and rubbed it with this:

    2 Tbspns garlic powder
    1 Tbspn onion powder
    2 Tbspn sugar
    3 Tbspns freshly ground pepper
    1 Tbspn coarse salt (sea salt, kosher salt, etc)
    3 Tbspns chili powder
    2 Tbspns cumin

    I put it in a large tupperware container with a lid to let it "cure"

    Sat AM I will start cooking it.

    I'm setting the grill up for indirect cooking using about a dozen coals and wet hickory chips.

    I will put the brisket in one of those cheap aluminum roasting pans you get at the store ($2). And cook with the grill's lid on. and get it started about 6-7:00 AM.

    Every 50 min - hour: add coals, wet hickory and baste the brisket with the accumulating juices . Sometime after 6 hours of this, the brisket will be done. (When it is fork tender).

    Let it rest for about 15 min and slice it across the grain with a sharp knife (electric works well - the wife gave me a Lorena Bobbitt signature model several years ago for my birthday).

    You are now ready to enjoy the best brisket going.
    Sounds great Swammi! I just did a 11lb brisket for the Iowa vs ISU game. Did a similar dry rub and smoked mine for 12 hours and it turned out fantastic. I think the key was basting it ever hour with a mop recipe that I found online. It was 1 12oz can of beer, 1/3 of a cup of apple cider vinegar, 1 finely chopped small onion, 2 cloves of garlic & a tablespoon of Franks Red Hot. The beer really brings out the flavor of the meat and the acid in the vinegar pushes the wood/smoke flavor deeper into the meat, while keeping it extra moist in the process. It was by far the best brisket I have ever tasted!



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    Re: Tailgate Food

    That brisket sounds yummy but not enough time and too much work for me to try, especially on a road trip without my usual setup.


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    Re: Tailgate Food

    Steak and Eggs at 9am, it is farmageddon! Pair that with a nice bloody mary.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kc cybear View Post
    Steak and Eggs at 9am, it is farmageddon! Pair that with a nice bloody mary.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q8RgpL4vXc]YouTube - Steak and eggs and Steak and eggs (family guy)[/ame]



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