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Old 01-12-2006, 01:20 PM   #1
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Skins Tailgating Traditions

I thought it would be fun to see what kinds of food that fella skin fans cook in preparations for Skins games. We have a large shed which the neighbors have named the tailgate shack which we watch the game. I start about an hour before the game slow cooking wings over coals and hickory chips. I cook for about an 1 1/2 hours over low heat and the meat just falls of the bones. I then mix in a bowl with Texas Pete hot wing sauce and Ankerdale not wing sause about 50/50. If you have never grilled some wings I would recommend trying it some day they are much better than fried wings.
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I too enjoy cooking beforee the games and most times have a few folks over.

I like to slow cook or Carolina BBQ style with Hickory and do Pork Butts, Ribs, Whole Chickens, Cut up Chickens, Whole Turkeys and well...you name it.

Next time ya make some Wangs try this. Cur the meat down at the bottom of the Wang Drum and push all the meat up to the top and wrap it with bacon like a Lollipop. Called Cackalacky Lollipops and they are awesome.
Here's some almost done.


I got a Turkey Fryer for Christmas and have been dipping Chickens and did wings for the first time in it last week.

You can see more of what I cook on my site at www.mikehedrick.com
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I too enjoy cooking beforee the games and most times have a few folks over.

I like to slow cook or Carolina BBQ style with Hickory and do Pork Butts, Ribs, Whole Chickens, Cut up Chickens, Whole Turkeys and well...you name it.

Next time ya make some Wangs try this. Cur the meat down at the bottom of the Wang Drum and push all the meat up to the top and wrap it with bacon like a Lollipop. Called Cackalacky Lollipops and they are awesome.
Here's some almost done.


I got a Turkey Fryer for Christmas and have been dipping Chickens and did wings for the first time in it last week.

You can see more of what I cook on my site at www.mikehedrick.com
damn, I have to meet up with you at the next tailgate
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I too enjoy cooking beforee the games and most times have a few folks over.

I like to slow cook or Carolina BBQ style with Hickory and do Pork Butts, Ribs, Whole Chickens, Cut up Chickens, Whole Turkeys and well...you name it.

Next time ya make some Wangs try this. Cur the meat down at the bottom of the Wang Drum and push all the meat up to the top and wrap it with bacon like a Lollipop. Called Cackalacky Lollipops and they are awesome.
Here's some almost done.


I got a Turkey Fryer for Christmas and have been dipping Chickens and did wings for the first time in it last week.

You can see more of what I cook on my site at www.mikehedrick.com
man I'll have to try that do you use any sause on them when there cooking or after their done? Last week I cooked a 5lb brisket for the first time and it was awesome.
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Old 01-12-2006, 01:55 PM   #5
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I use my own Chicken Wang Rub that does it all on those. PM me or email me and I'll give it to ya. They got a lil kick of ceyanne. yee ha!

You "can" sauce them but remember to always do that at the very end and that Sugars burn and so does Tomato based stuff and those don't taste good.
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Check out more of my BBQ on this page
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I make the typical Ben's Beer Brats and usually grill some steaks if I'm at my apartment. I start at about 10AM getting some a 20 pack of Bud Light on ice, and my steaks normally have been marinating overnight. Start drinking by 11:30AM, and try to get at least 5-6 beers in me by gametime. I fire up the grill around 12:30 to get my steaks going so I can have them for kickoff.

This weekend we have to watch it at Buffalo Wild Wings (home away from home) where I get there about 3-4 hours early so I can have a front row seat in front of the projector screen and right next to the tap.

Yeah, I'm a lush.
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It all looks good so do you live in Nags Head?
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nah, I'd like to and I'm from that area in general. I also cook in that Carolina style with Hickory, Vinegar and Mustards.

I live up here in Woodbridge, VA which is 20 miles south of Wash DC

Thanks for kind words about the Que

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Too keyed up to hold down food. I'm not kidding. Since I quit smoking and drinking it's hard to enjoy the game unless its a complete blowout like Dallas. I am researching ways to relax or else I'll tumble off the wagon before the season is over. Brunell throws a pick. Serenity Now!
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nah, I'd like to and I'm from that area in general. I also cook in that Carolina style with Hickory, Vinegar and Mustards.

I live up here in Woodbridge, VA which is 20 miles south of Wash DC

Thanks for kind words about the Que

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I live about 1 1/2 hours from Nags Head and have spent alot of time in the Outerbanks when I wass growing up. Spent alot of weekends surfing and living out of a friends van. My parent purchased a cottage several years back around the 8 mile post, but its a shame how developed its become. It has realy lost some of that small town feeling.
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I live about 1 1/2 hours from Nags Head and have spent alot of time in the Outerbanks when I wass growing up. Spent alot of weekends surfing and living out of a friends van. My parent purchased a cottage several years back around the 8 mile post, but its a shame how developed its become. It has realy lost some of that small town feeling.

Yeah but it beats the hell out of Seattle!
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Yeah but it beats the hell out of Seattle!
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Hail to ya man!

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I still love to go ever chance I get. I'm going to PM you for that rub resp. and I have one thats great on slow cook chicken.
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sometimes I have a bowl of soup, or maybe some tortilla chips.

I'm pretty wild.
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HOW bout im a poor recently graduated COLLEGE guy so i get my MONEY toco salad and get some PBRs and see where that takes me........Also gots to sport the SKINS socks ...
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