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May 16, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 


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April 28, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

There has been a sale going on at the HomeBBQ.com Online Store. You can still take advantage of this sale for 2 is hgh a steroid more somatroph hgh days, 15% off. At checkout use the coupon code “april” without the quotes. Click here to visit the online store.

Look for HomeBBQ.com Products in Embers Fireplaces & More

April 14, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 


Winnipeg, MB Canada; Embers Fireplaces & More Locations will be selling HomeBBQ.com products very soon!

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HomeBBQ.com New Online Store and Special Deals

March 22, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

I want to let you know we have updated our Online Store, and we once again accept Google Checkout, we will also accept Amazon Simple Pay before the end of this month.

Getting a good Online Store can be a very daunting task, even if you have been selling online for as long as I have. If you ever want to go this route, I can surely help you.

We are running some nice specials, for those that like things with some shopping cart links pricing provacyl site heat provacyle, our awesome Hot & Sweet, Rub & Grill (5.5oz bottle) is on sale for only $2.75! We also have a combo we call our competition combo, which have have for a special sale price. And, we are also running a coupon sale until the end of March (coupon code is march) and it is good for 10% off.

To visit our Online Store just click on the Menu link “Online Store” or click the picture in this article.

The Salmon was King

May 27, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The Seafood class was a big success, but there was no question that the hit of the evening was the Salmon.

We have a great recipe for Salmon, but as many know, the key to great salmon, is the fish itself.
This Salmon was a wild caught King Scottish Salmon, and it was an absolutely extreme  filet which took 2 planks. First I have to say that please try to be conscientious of the Salmon you buy, and that it is either wild caught (preferred) or from reputable fisheries. Poor practices from many salmon fish farms threaten to eliminate wild salmon, and we cannot allow this to happen.
I know personally I look forward to salmon season every year, and you cannot compare farm raised salmon to wild caught salmon. Wild caught salmon is far superior.
Now, back to the class.. I used a Maple plank (most use ProExtender cedar where to buy proenhance patch), but to compliment the recipe, maple gives a nice sweet smoke, that gives it that added extra to put it over the top.
Here is the recipe, enjoy!

Grilled Salmon on a Plank

Salmon fillets (skin on or off, Wild caught preferred)
1 to 2 Fresh lemons
¼ cup – melted butter
½ cup – brown sugar
HomeBBQ.com Sweet Orange Habanero Seasoning
Maple Plank (soaked in water minimum 2 hours)

Take fresh lemon and squeeze lemon juice on salmon filets
Rub juice in lightly
Season filets liberally with Sweet Orang Hab. Seasoning
Cover filets with brown sugar
Drizzle melted butter over brown sugar
Season filets again liberally Sweet Orange Hab Seasoning

Place plank on the grill, and wait until plank begins to smoke (just a couple of minutes), then place salmon on the plank.
Grill to internal temp of 130 to 135 degrees, remove from grill and serve.

Seafood Class Tonight at All Grills and More

May 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Seafood Class tonight at All Grills and More in Oviedo, FL.

We will be featuring, Grilled Soft Shell Blue Crab with some real nice Tarter Sauce made with a sweet Jalapeno Relish.

Fresh Salmon cooked a-la HomeBBQ.com style on ProShapeRX a ProShapeRX plank, a Zuchini Medley, along with grilled corn on the cob.

I believe as of this minute, there a couple of Seats left, class starts at 7:00pm!

All Grills and More
71 Geneva Drive Oviedo,, FL 32765 - (407) 366-7301

Ordering Product from HomeBBQ.com is Even Easier

January 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

For many years, ordering product from our Online Store meant you used PayPal to pay for your order. For many, this was perfectly acceptable, since PayPal was safe and many people used it for Ebay or many other Online Stores.

As time moved on many have contacted me stating they would never use PayPal, and others wanted some kind of non-online processing of Credit Cards.

We have listened to your requests, and now offer 3 more ways to pay for Viagra product Generic Viagra through our online store. We now offer secure online credit card processing without going through PayPal, and we also now support fax in offline credit card processing. And, we also now offer Google Checkout. 4 ways to pay in our online store, Please visit and let me know if you have any problems with any of them. You can visit our online store by clicking the link below, or Clicking Online Store in the Menu above.

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HomeBBQ.com Passes on the FBA TOTY Cup

January 6, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Presenting FBA Cup Jan 3, 2009 Ormond Beach, FL – After originally being presented the FBA Team Of The Year Cup after the 2003 season, by the Sorry Boys, the FBA TOTY winner from 2002. HomeBBQ.com managed to hold on to the cup for 5 consecutive years.

On this night, the FBA TOTY Trophy was presented to Rob (RUB) Bagby of Swamp Forex Boys Forex BBQ. Rub had an outstanding season which included 8 Grand Champion wins. Congratulations goes out to Swamp Boys BBQ, and good luck for the 2009 Season.

The FBA TOTY Cup was donated by the Sorry Boys BBQ Team (Chip Faul and Gary Lehman).

More information can be found at – The Florida Barbecue Association

 

Carne Adovada — A Taste of Heaven

September 24, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

My area of expertise in barbeque is building and maintaining a steady fire that will hold temp for extended periods of time. However, I would like to venture into the realm of recipes for this post. While recipes are not my forté, this is one recipe I developed that I must share.

About three years ago I helped a friend with a project and was taken out to dinner in repayment of the favor. She took me to a place here in Phoenix called Dick’s Hideaway, which is about the coolest restaurant in Phoenix (George W. Bush ate there a couple years ago when he was in town). They specialize in New Mexican cuisine and they do an amazing job with it.

I ordered Carne Adovada, which I had never even heard of before, and I was blown away – I had never in my life eaten anything this good — or this hot. Pork marinated for days in a chile marinade then smoked over a pecan wood fire, cut into cubes and simmered in a chile sauce then slathered with a layer of cheese that has melted down into the sauce — oh, man, that was good eatin’! But what really knocked my socks off was the perfect marriage of pecan wood smoke to the recipe. I truly believe that God created pecan trees just so they could be used to make Carne Adovada.

The next day I began my quest for a recipe. I found many versions of Carne Adovada but none even came close to what I had a Dick’s. So I pulled a little from here – a little from there – and corresponded with a lovely lady in New Mexico and came up with a recipe that not only was like Dick’s, but was actually better.

I have made this many times for many people and every single person has said that it was absolutely the best meal they’ve ever had. My niece said if she had a choice, Carne Adovada is the only thing she’d eat for the rest of her life. I was even invited on a Phoenix cooking show to prepare my recipe on television.Chili Ristra
This recipe calls for dried chilis – the kind you find in a ristra. The finets of these chilis are Hatch Valley chilis grown in Hatch Valley, New Mexico. While other chilis will work just fine – for the best final product use Hatch Valley chilis if you can find them. Typically these chilis are available in mild, medium and hot (medium can be hard to find outside the Southwest). Be sure you use the hot chilis.
The recipe:

CARNE ADOVADA

RED CHILE PUREE

1-2 cups water 8-10 dried red New Mexico chile pods

(Hot) – (get Hatch Valley if you can)

Tear tops off of chile pods and use knife or finger (use plastic food preparation gloves to protect your fingers as they will start to sting a bit — do not touch your eyes with your fingers until you’ve washed them) to clean out seeds and veins inside of each one. Place pods in medium sized pot and cover with water. Heat to boiling on high heat. Boil several minutes until pods are soft stirring occasionally to make sure they boil evenly. Place drained pods (save liquid) in blender container, then pour 1/2 of liquid into blender (keep the rest in the pot and Cialis Online Cialis add more water for the next batch) and blend until smooth, add 1-2 cloves garlic if desired. Add more water if needed, but keep in mind this is a puree, thicker than sauce or juice. When pureed, pour into a large stock pot. Sometimes you might need to pour thru a mesh sieve to remove any skins that did not blend up in the blender. NOTE: You will want to make several batches of puree.

CHILE COLORADO (Basic Red Chile Sauce)

2 T. butter

2 T. flour

2 C. red chile puree (see below)

2 C. chicken broth

3/4 t. salt

1/2 t. garlic powder

Dash oregano (use Mexican oregano if you can get it)

Heat butter in medium-size saucepan on medium heat. Stir in flour and cook for 1minute. Add red chile puree and cook for about another minute. Gradually add broth and stir, making sure there are no lumps, a whisk works best. Add seasoning to sauce and simmer at low heat for 10-15 minutes.

THE MARINATED PORK:

4 cloves garlic

1 T. salt

1 T. oregano

2 recipes or more of the Red Chile Puree (above)

3-5 lbs. (approx.) pork tenderloin roast

Add garlic, salt and oregano to chile puree. Cut pork loin into four large pieces (slice in half once horizontally and once vertically) and put them in a large, glass baking dish (even better, a stainless steel stock pot) and pour chile puree over to cover — turn meat to cover completely. Cover and refrigerate for a minimum of 24 hours (36-72 hours or more is even better — I like to marinate mine for a week). It is a good idea to stir it around once a day or so to make sure that every part of the pork soaks in the marinade.

FINAL ASSEMBLY AND COOKING:

Place marinated pork pieces in smoker or barbeque and cook using the indirect method to keep the marinade from burning(for best results, use some pecan wood chunks or chips for smoke flavor — pecan smoke is incredible with this dish but be careful not to over smoke) and cook until internal temp reaches around 150 (use a meat thermometer).

Remove pork from smoker and cut into cubes ½” to 1″ square and put into baking pan/dish about 3″-4″ deep. Pour chili colorado over pork cubes (the pork should be “swimming in it”) and put baking pan/dish into smoker – crank up the temp to around 325 (you can do this part in the oven inside if you want) and let it simmer (for best results, seal tightly with foil so the sauce doesn’t boil off and get too thick) for at least an hour – 2 or even 3 hours would be even better (if you simmer longer than an hour you must seal with foil or the sauce will boil off).

About 5 minutes before removing from smoker, remove the foil and layer on top (fairly thickly) a good amount of pre-shredded Kraft Mexican blend cheese. When the cheese melts (about 5 minutes) remove from smoker, let it cool for 5 minutes or so and serve with rice and beans and warmed flour tortillas.

NOTE: This recipe can be cooked in a regular oven (use a baking pan) instead of a smoker – you lose the pecan wood flavor but it is still incredibly delicious.

Big Dan

 

 

 

Pan Fried Catfish Filets

July 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

 
Pan fried catfish filets, soaked in Buttermilk, and seasoned with HomeBBQ.com Deep South Tangerine Pepper.
This recipe uses the following ingredients;
 
1-2 lbs. – Catfish Filets
2 cups -  Buttermilk
4 tsp – HomeBBQ.com Deep South Tangerine Pepper
1 cup – flour
2 - tsp salt
2 - tsp pepper
canola oil
 
 
Place catfish filets in buttermilk and let soak 6 to 8 hours, remove the catfish from the buttermilk, and squeeze off excess buttermilk. Pat filets dry with paper towels. Season each side of filet with approx. 1 tsp of HomeBBQ.comTangerine Pepper. Let marinate with spice for 15 to 30 minutes.
 
Combine flour and salt and pepper.
Coat both sides of filets with the flour mixture.
Place catfish in heated canola oil.
Cook approximately 3 minutes per side (look for flaking and seperating of texture, do not overcook)
Let catfish drain on paper towels… Serve and enjoy
 

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