did a homemade tropical island style rub on these today and it was a very good rub but I still feel like there was something missing to take it over the top. still can't put my finger on it. guess I'll have to eat a few more later on and then let me my mind work on figuring out what was missing. It might just be that I didn't give it long to marinate, only a couple of hours. Perhaps if I went for 12 hours or over night that might be the thing that I found lacking. don't mind the state of the grill. I did a complete burn off after this cook and now it is clean as a whistle.
I made a Napolenta style pizza dough today. I will be baking the pizzas tomorrow. Plan is to make a basic tomatoe sauce tomorrow using two types of basil in it, Lemon basil and Genoveses basil.
Tomorrow I will update with sauce and final product. I am doing this test run because in two weeks my smoked mozzerla will be ready, The second picture is dough after proofing. It has been covered with olive oil extra virgin. Did this by bushing bowl with the oil and then rolling ball in bowl. Dough is now in refrigerator and will be taken out two hours before I plan to use it.
Sausage Making & Charcuterie Guide On Information, Equipment, Materials & Supplies
In case you are not directly following the new Charcuterie section of the forum, but have an interest in the world of making sausage and cured meats, I have developed a downloadable 20 page PDF reference document that is a guide on information, equipment, materials, and other items useful for the home production of sausages and cured meats.
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I love buffalo meat. I made some buffalo burgers with home made buns a few nights back.
Made a quick spread instead of mayo this time
The buns prior to hitting the kamado
Baked at 375*
About 20 mins and they're done. This was my second try at buns and results were much better but I think I needed go a few mins more.
Bring on the meat
And a sammie is born
More spread for the last few bites
Needless to say it was delicious and cell pics don't do it justice.
Thanks for looking!