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  1. #411
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    Thumbs up Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Second night with the new BarBee. Simply had to know how she would handle the smoking end of things. So...

    Weird lighting effect in this picture:



    And yep, she smokes like a dream:



    Warmed up a little leftover seafood pasta (crabs, scallops & prawns in philly) to serve over Basmati:



    Added in cheesy garlic toast and a fine Red:



    And another successful trial run.
    Really liking the new Toy!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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    New BarBee is being put through her paces, and is really shining.

    Last night's Bob's...



    Cheers,
    Nog
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    Quote Originally Posted by warnniklz View Post
    Those lights come with the BBQ? Those look handy as shit.
    Aftermarket purchase. Canadian Tire in the BarBee section.
    Grabbed them a year or two back.
    They work very VERY well.
    Highly Recommended!

    If you collect a set and they don't peer over the lower lip pf the BarBee adequately, CT also sells little round magnets (just the right size) to make a proper extension. Had to do that with this new BarBee. Working Well!

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    Cool Re: Wild game Dinners 2018/2019

    Panko Prawns & Oysters served up with Tatar and Tzatziki Sauces, a fresh salad with Avo and a fine Red.





    Very Crispy & Yummy!

    Cheers,

    Nog
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    A good Friend of mine is from the Balkans. Recently he shared his family's secret marinade recipe. It is rather unique, so I simply had to give it a try.

    The Recipe (shared with permission):

    Milo’s Marinade

    Ingredients

    - Onion juice (one onion is enough). You can squeeze juice from an onion using any crusher. All you need is the equivalent of ~ two tablespoons

    - 5 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil

    - 1 tablespoon of natural balkan style yogurt at at least 2% fat - can substitute with sour cream, although yogurt is better.

    - 2 cloves of garlic, crushed

    - A few drops of apple cider vinegar

    - 2 tablespoons of milk

    - half a teaspoon freshly ground pepper

    - half a teaspoon of salt

    Directions

    Mix all ingredients well, let them rest for a half hour for flavours to interact with one another. Put steaks in a suitable tupperware container and pour in the marinade. Coat the steaks thoroughly, by turning them a couple of times in the marinade. Refrigerate. The longer the steaks stay in the marinade, the tenderer they get. I find anywhere between 6 and 24 hours works perfectly. Take them out a couple hours before BBQ time for steaks to reach room temperature.

    Marinade Concocted, two whitetail round steaks as the test subjects:




    Splashdown:




    Flipped them and rolled them around frequently over the next 24 hours, then out of the fridge for a couple hours and ready for the grill:







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    Got the BarBee smoking hot:




    Quick Sear both sides:




    Then onto the warming rack to finish (accent on the rare part of medium rare):




    Perfection:




    Served with Four Cheese Risotto, a great tossed salad with avo, and an uber fine Red:




    These steaks turned out as tender as any tenderloin I have ever eaten, and they were outside rounds! Flavour was excellent, very juicy and overall quite wonderful!

    This is something we WILL be trying again!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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    Baby Back Ribs, dusted with Spicy Mesquite & garlic, wrapped tightly in tinfoil overtop of some orange slices and sent to the 400 degree oven for an hour:



    Then onto the grill for a finishing smoke (hickory):



    Served with Dirty Mexican Beans and Rice (spiced up with a little chili pepper) and Spare Gooses:



    The rice was a little on the warm side, so the fine Red came in rather handy...



    Doing the ribs this way ensures the tenderest, most juicy ribs you can imagine. This time they were Awesome once again!

    Cheers,
    Nog
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    AAA Alberta Beef Tenderloin, BarBeed to just shy of medium rare, twice baked taters and the first sweet corn of the year:



    VERY Yummy!
    Nog
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    Caramelized Teriyaki Tuna (just so warm in the center), Magnum Prawns, Basmati and Avo:







    Cheers,
    Nog
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