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Chargrilled
08-22-2008, 10:05 AM
Bringing Doreen to the party I hope. Here is the menu so far. Couple of venison roasts going to rub and Q. We have 3-4 phesants that I will rub inside and out, stuff 1/2 with granny smiths and the other with vidalias. Wrap in bacon and Q em. Then buddy is makin goose wraps for the Q. Strips of goose breast marinaded and wrapped round a water chestnut then bacon wrapped round (these always go quick). Venison/Elk fattie, and I am going to stuff bunch of different peppers outta friends garden and make ABTs. Once again will update as the weekend goes.

I will take snap shots of everything there as my portion wont be a 5th of the food there. Frog legs, perch, walleye, wild turkey, you name it. I believe last year someone brought gator cant remember so well :cheers2:.

This is what we brought last year, this photo is from another q but did the exact same thing at the wild game party, turned out real well.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/birdBBQ.jpg

finally got the pics sized right, what a pain!! going to have to change the size on my cam.

SmokyOkie
08-22-2008, 10:13 AM
[quote=Chargrilled;13486]Bringing Doreen to the party I hope. Here is the menu so far. Couple of venison roasts going to rub and Q. We have 3-4 phesants that I will rub inside and out, stuff 1/2 with granny smiths and the other with vidalias. Wrap in bacon and Q em. Then buddy is makin goose wraps for the Q. Strips of goose breast marinaded and wrapped round a water chestnut then bacon wrapped round (these always go quick). Venison/Elk fattie, and I am going to stuff bunch of different peppers outta friends garden and make ABTs. Once again will update as the weekend goes.

I will take snap shots of everything there as my portion wont be a 5th of the food there. Frog legs, perch, walleye, wild turkey, you name it. I believe last year someone brought gator cant remember so well :cheers2:.
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I'd kill for summa that stuff. Specially the fresh Bullfrog legs. Store bought just doesn't even come close.

What about the dove breast with jalapeno slice and garlic sliver inserted?

Chargrilled
08-22-2008, 10:37 AM
What about the dove breast with jalapeno slice and garlic sliver inserted?

Oh my, that sounds great, I know they will have dove there I should make some phone calls to see if they have already prepared them yet, that sound good:drooling:

PigCicles
08-22-2008, 10:48 AM
Sounds like an excellent time. There is a local church group that does this every year on a very large scale ... usually turns out to be some awesome stuff.

Have a great time and bring pics man :msn-wink:

SmokyOkie
08-22-2008, 11:42 AM
Oh my, that sounds great, I know they will have dove there I should make some phone calls to see if they have already prepared them yet, that sound good:drooling:

Cut a small slit up against each side of the sternum keel. Insert a jalapenao slice on one side and a paper thing garlic slice on the other. Season with salt, pepper, garlic pwdr and oregano, bacon wrap and grill or smole to145. they're best when they're pink in the middle.

peculiarmike
08-22-2008, 11:27 PM
YUM!!!

1894
08-23-2008, 05:18 AM
Everything sounds great !!!!!! :thumbs up:
Take lots of pics :sign0092:


Don't change anything on your camera , set photobucket to upload at the size you want :msn-wink: The pics you want smaller you can resize right there in photo bucket .

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f59/littlelou66/computer%20fun/How%20to/DSC_0528.jpg

http://i45.photobucket.com/albums/f59/littlelou66/computer%20fun/How%20to/DSC_0530.jpg


For my screen the 800 X 600 size fits great

SmokyOkie
08-23-2008, 10:39 AM
How do you take those screen shots Phil?

would you like to put together a tutorial on the subject for the 'technical how to' forum? If you'd like to put a step by step together, I bet we could get them to stick the thread there.

1894
08-23-2008, 01:22 PM
]How do you take those screen shots Phil?[/B]

would you like to put together a tutorial on the subject for the 'technical how to' forum? If you'd like to put a step by step together, I bet we could get them to stick the thread there.

With a camera :blushing:

I'll see what I can do , I made one but can't seem to copy and paste here with my current browser :tap:

1894
08-23-2008, 01:49 PM
How do you take those screen shots Phil?

would you like to put together a tutorial on the subject for the 'technical how to' forum? If you'd like to put a step by step together, I bet we could get them to stick the thread there.

Think I got it , feel free to use all or part as needed . No copyright here , if it helps copy and paste any where :thumbs up:


http://www.theqjoint.com/forum/showthread.php?p=13682#post13682

Chargrilled
09-02-2008, 09:41 AM
Finally got an update on the wild game party, was pretty busy so didnt get some of the shots I was looking for but took a few.

Finally got the tru tel thermos installed. Got Doreen up to the TBS before starting. They had the Q area already done when I got there. SO NICE! Will have to say that the welded 45 degree baffle is nice to keep the flames outta the chamber, but I am going to have to add tuning plates for sure. Bout 80 different from side to side, hate having to move food across the pit all the time. Will work on that.

http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DSCN3520.jpg

This is of ABT's and venison roast and goose wraps. The venison roast turned out amazing, no one there had ever Qed one before, I brought it up to 145 foiled and brought to 160 or so. It was excellent.

http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DSCN3521.jpg

This is a shot with the above and some stuffed quail with bacon wrapped.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DSCN3518.jpg

We BBQed into the nite, bout 14 hrs for the day. I was spent.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DSCN3524.jpg

All in all folks were happy, I missed the pics of the 20 doz frog legs that were fried along with the fish and items that were coming off a direct charcoal grill.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DSCN3512.jpg
Cant remember if I already added this one.
http://i265.photobucket.com/albums/ii223/lionhrt9/DoreensDebut-1.jpg

thanks for looking

PigCicles
09-02-2008, 09:51 AM
Looks like a straight up good time and good eats Travis! Whatta ya think? Doing it again next time?

Chargrilled
09-02-2008, 09:58 AM
Looks like a straight up good time and good eats Travis! Whatta ya think? Doing it again next time?

Wouldnt miss it for the world Joe this was my 2nd year, last year I brought the CG.

Got to figure out an easier way of transporting Doreen. I have access to a trailer (the one we brought for the gathering) that would work for her but have to get a long ramp (bout 8 ft.) that will attach from the trailer bed to ground (bout 18in drop) and support her 455#s of girth!!!!! At that length I could load her solo and go wherever. We almost lost her off the ramps from the back of a pickup last weekend. Will not do that again!!!! The ramps were for 4 wheeler not bbq pits.

PigCicles
09-02-2008, 10:11 AM
Scour the internet for ramps. Don't forget the ever popular eBay and craigslist. Here's one of many ... http://www.ramp-master.com/industrial.html

I'm wondering if something like a service ramp might work. It would have to be made extra long to avoid the sudden drop ... but there are lots of options if you can find one affordable in the style you need.

SmokyOkie
09-02-2008, 10:56 AM
Wouldnt miss it for the world Joe this was my 2nd year, last year I brought the CG.

Got to figure out an easier way of transporting Doreen. I have access to a trailer (the one we brought for the gathering) that would work for her but have to get a long ramp (bout 8 ft.) that will attach from the trailer bed to ground (bout 18in drop) and support her 455#s of girth!!!!! At that length I could load her solo and go wherever. We almost lost her off the ramps from the back of a pickup last weekend. Will not do that again!!!! The ramps were for 4 wheeler not bbq pits.


You might want to consider mounting a boat trailer winch to the front of your traier and winching it up and down.:twocents:

Chargrilled
09-02-2008, 11:13 AM
You might want to consider mounting a boat trailer winch to the front of your traier and winching it up and down.:twocents:

We actually used a come-a-long to get it into his truck to bring her to the party as there were only 2 of us, worked out good.

What I am thinking after doing some research (thanks Joe for the craigslist hit) is using a portable wheelchair ramp. Its 2.5ft wide by like 6ft long with 1.5in lips/flanges on both sides to keep her on the ramp. That should do it, used for like $100 may have to go check it out. I should be able to load it myself with that ramp, if not I have a come-a-long I can use. One of these years I will have a pull behind.:woohoo: