Yummm, ribs. I used to go to a little hole-in-the-wall authentic Texas ribs place, and finally understood what the whole ribs thing was about. Ummm. Desire.corona wrote:Brisket, kielbasa sausage, and ribs, all in my smoker. I'm going with a mix of hickory and apple wood. Salt Lick dry rub for the brisket and ribs, Driftwood Texas, just outside Austin, are there any lovers here for that?
I lived in Ohio for a year and did not come away with love for Germanic cooking. But I would have enjoyed the watermelon with you!Openhome wrote:Since we live in Wisconsin, there will be burgers and brats, cheese curds. friend cheese curds, cheese plates, venison sausage, sour kraut , pickled everything (seriously, they pickle anything that holds still long enough to be dunked in salt and vinegar!), egg salad, deviled eggs, rye bread, and corn from Iowa (we just planted it here).
I will bring watermelon and sweet tea, because I am from the south.
Just started Atkins again today. Oh well.bac wrote:I am making chocolate chip, butterscotch chip cookies.
We had a small family gathering (me, hubby, 4 kids, plus nana), so we had basics for Arizona; burgers, dogs, cowboy beans, french fries (I voted for baked potatoes but my kids outnumber me), salad, carrots, and ice cream for dessert. Those were the best burgers I ever grilled - I didn't burn any of them!