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Old 08-05-2007, 06:04 PM
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I marinade mine in a mixture of vinegar (yellow), worchestire sauce, onions (white), garlic, sweet whiskey (like jack daniels) and apples (green apples, qtrd) fer at least 12 hours. Take the brisket out and take the apples with it...ya'll would be suprised the difference an apple er 2 makes. Then, I take the wood I'm plannin to use along with some wood chips or peices. Dip the small chips in the marinade and let em soak fer bout 30 minutes. Put the chips over the bigger hotter wood on the bottom cause you only want the chips to smoulder and smoke, not burn.

No need to tenderize, the vinegar does that fer ya.
Another thing...fruit wood is a wonderful smokin wood. Apple, wild cherry, pear, walnut, chikipin and persimmon so forth & so on....sassafrass & black beech gives the meat alot of flavor too.


Caint say I've ever ate German tater salad but it does sound good. Fer a good tater salad, deviled eggs or pot of beans...I'll whoop ya so bad yer mama wont recognize ya...good lordy...I love eatin. I do like tryin new foods too...so that german tater salad might be next in the kitchen. That is if I ever git the cannin done...omg...every year I complain and swear I'd never look at a tomato again..and every year I plant em and complain some more...lol

And fer all you non-members of the Act Right Church, I will tell you now that you are sinnin beyond redemption iffin you eat biscuits out of the can. Dont worry, I have saved ya a spot at the church iffin ya need one
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:16 PM
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My God, gal. I do love to see yer writin. Ain't nothin like a down home gal fer certain. Them maters do get old. I do like to make tomater sauce though. Got to make some this year. We're down to about 20 qts. Last we made in 2005 we made 120 qts. Gotta make sweet pepper relish too. Down to 8 pints left. Better'n sweet pickle relish for certain. And fruit wood definitely makes a much better smokin wood. Persimmon is really good chinquapin I haven't never used. Black walnut can be a little strong at times..english walnut is ok though...but pear is the best in my opinion. Keep at it gal! Maters
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:58 PM
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She's pretty, she's smart and she cooks too. I keep asking her if she has any older sisters and she keeps puttin' me off.

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Old 08-09-2007, 05:34 AM
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"old germany resturant" out on the south side of choctaw?
Gump,
No, but just driving up either Sooner Rd just before you get to Moore city limits (driving up from Norman), there is a German resturant.

Royal Bavaria 3401 S. Sooner Road Moore, OK 73165



Never tried it, I was only in the US for 14 months. I was not away from German food long enough to be desperate. But if I manage to land a job at Tinker, I will probally live their, because they make the beer them selves........................hope it ain't pasturized.
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Old 08-10-2007, 07:05 PM
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Yeah i remember, the place in choctaw has a really good Heffeweissen, can't help it that's my fav.

good food too, but i simply can not find anyplace aroudn here that makes rolauden (phonetic) you know...

round steak, beat it nice and flat, good amd tender, then roll it up with cabbage and whatever else you want in it, pin it all in one big roll then cook it.

really really good, but i cant anyplace statesides that does it.

it's kind of like a huge layered meat/cabbage roll.
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Old 08-11-2007, 01:01 PM
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I'll get the wife to e-mail a recipie........it's easy enough.

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Heffeweissen


"YUCK!" I totally hate any weitzen, don't like stuff (bits of wheat) floating in my beer.....this ain't Mexico for petes (or Pepe's) sake
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Old 08-11-2007, 08:04 PM
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chuckle, they have others too

I just like Heffe

World would be a pretty dull place, if we only had one beer, or food, or one of anything, and since we have multiple kinds, we need people who likes or dislike each

makes life interesting
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Sounds like Lilred and I do it the same way.

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Old 07-31-2008, 09:57 AM
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Thumbs up Rancid Crabtree

Not to get off topic, but with this and so many other of his posts, Rancid Crabtree is quickly becoming my new outdoors hero!

And he's much more articulate, and camera and Internet savvy than his Patrick McManus counterpart. (He probably smells better, too!)
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Old 07-31-2008, 12:19 PM
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I wouldn't go that far. The need for yy yearly bath is only masked by hickory smoke.
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