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    Ok, I just threw together something to baste chicken halves in and it was so good I had to share. Now remember I just grabbed and added. Cooked on BBQ

    Melted butter About inch and a 1/2 long.
    Same amount of virgin olive oil.
    A good few shakes of a all no salt spice I get at costco.
    teaspoon or so of celery salt.
    shake or 5 of tyme.
    A shake or 5 of onion powder.
    Brush on and go.

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    i use do something similar bill

    i do not use the butter
    and the celery salt is replaced with goya adobo
    the rest is about the same as yours

    andrea


    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    Ok, I just threw together something to baste chicken halves in and it was so good I had to share. Now remember I just grabbed and added. Cooked on BBQ

    Melted butter About inch and a 1/2 long.
    Same amount of virgin olive oil.
    A good few shakes of a all no salt spice I get at costco.
    teaspoon or so of celery salt.
    shake or 5 of tyme.
    A shake or 5 of onion powder.
    Brush on and go.
    Last edited by Andrea J.; 09-17-2009 at 08:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    i use do something similar bill

    i do not use the butter
    and the celery salt is replaced with goya adobo???
    the rest is about the same as yours

    andrea
    What is this?? cindy
    Last edited by Andrea J.; 09-17-2009 at 08:37 PM.

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    it is a goya product ADOBO

    we like the one with the Blue cap (no pepper)
    we use it sparingly on meats and fish on the grill
    good on grilled veggies

    my famous mashed potatoes has 1/4 tsp in it.

    andrea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    it is a goya product ADOBO

    we like the one with the Blue cap (no pepper)
    we use it sparingly on meats and fish on the grill
    good on grilled veggies

    my famous mashed potatoes has 1/4 tsp in it.

    andrea
    Sounds like I will have to try it

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    bill

    for salmon or swordfish or a firm dense fish, not like haddock or grouper or cod

    brush with virgin olive oil
    sprinkle adobo lightly on each side sparingly (maybe 1/4 tsp each filet)
    squeeze a little lemon on each
    grill
    (i use the george forman grill, not the outdoor grill )

    or
    use chicken breasts and skip the lemon

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    Heart Attack sandwich, ingredients, hoagie rolls. bacon, sweet onion, eggs, cheddar, mayo. preparation, fry bacon drain on hoagie rolls, saute onions in grease, place on bacon, fry egg & melt cheddar, place on onion, slap with mayo, grab 3 towels & indulge! pre-dial 911 (really good)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny Beaches View Post
    Heart Attack sandwich, ingredients, hoagie rolls. bacon, sweet onion, eggs, cheddar, mayo. preparation, fry bacon drain on hoagie rolls, saute onions in grease, place on bacon, fry egg & melt cheddar, place on onion, slap with mayo, grab 3 towels & indulge! pre-dial 911 (really good)

    Sounds perfect for a hangover! Whenevr you are hungover eat something like this or something greasy like a burger or pork sandwich and you will feel a 100% better.

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    I like more like 6+ hours of simmering for a thick sauce which breaks down the whole tomatoes.

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    Wink Dushi Aruba

    Ingredients:

    1/2 oz. Blue Curacao
    1 oz. Coconut Cream
    1/2 oz. Creme de Banana
    2 oz. Pineapple Juice
    1 oz. Rum
    1/4 oz. Coecoei

    Directions:

    Mix together Rum, Blue Curacao, Pineapple Juice and Coconut Cream. Pour in a blender's glass half of this amount and add Creme de Banana, mix and fill the other half of the mixture and mix again. Pour the Coecoei on top. You can use Red Grenadine as a Coecoei substitute.

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