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Sure, remember a recipe is mere a suggested guideline.  Especially with my bbq sauce.  Add more spice, some hot sauce, more sugar etc.  Make it how you like it.  BTW the brisket rub is good on a lot of stuff too.2018-01-07 08.05.06.jpg

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Made ham and potato hash for breakfast. Used leftover ham from Xmas dinner. Had a mixed variety of fingerling potatoes (had pinks, purples, yukons, etc in the mix) that I diced and cooked in a little bacon fat (haven't been able to meet up with my goose fat supplier). Once the potatoes were browning, I added minced garlic and diced shallots. Also added some dried oregano., S&P, and smoked paprika. Covered to let the potatoes to cook through then added the diced ham. Served it topped with an over easy egg and a drizzle of Cholula hot sauce☺.

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29 minutes ago, Johnsfolly said:

Made ham and potato hash for breakfast. Used leftover ham from Xmas dinner. Had a mixed variety of fingerling potatoes (had pinks, purples, yukons, etc in the mix) that I diced and cooked in a little bacon fat (haven't been able to meet up with my goose fat supplier). Once the potatoes were browning, I added minced garlic and diced shallots. Also added some dried oregano., S&P, and smoked paprika. Covered to let the potatoes to cook through then added the diced ham. Served it topped with an over easy egg and a drizzle of Cholula hot sauce☺.

        Pictures or it didn't happen, no photo no proof :rolleyes:. Make sure it has GPS tag and a time stamp. It helps when finding your house for a meal. The method described is a nice touch but it makes repeating for the next guy to make it. Not sure if this is applicable to us foodies reading  the how to correctly report deal on general fishing.

  BilletHead 

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My beautiful wife decided this weather called for bread and made a lovely rustic loaf! When faced with that consequence, I will respond with a mixed sea food chowder, low country style. You know the kind, the kind that starts with bacon and a roue? Onion, celery, leeks, carrot, chopped baby waxy potatoes, white wine, clam juice, milk, Old Bay, salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, sriracha, and, of course, the sea food - one of those blends they sell now that includes mussels, octopus, clam pieces, and shrimp - all will hang out together for a while.
Is you mouth watering yet?

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8 minutes ago, rps said:

of course, the sea food - one of those blends they sell now that includes mussels, octopus, clam pieces, and shrimp

Sounds great - not familiar with this kind of seafood blend. Can you provide a brand name?

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8 minutes ago, BilletHead said:

      Yes and a photo please :) ,

BilletHead

What's with you and photos today?  Doesn't the written word spark your imagination? You need to read less internet posts and maybe read a book (without pictures) :rolleyes:!?!

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18 minutes ago, BilletHead said:

      Yes and a photo please :) ,

BilletHead

I find this blend in the frozen case.

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