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Thread: Bob is Back!

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    Default Bob is Back!

    Kabob, that is.

    This time, I tried a vinegar based bbq sauce from a buddy in West VA as the marinade.

    This stuff was fantastic!!!
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    Bill-Chicago

    WSM, Bandera, Kettle, ECB, Kenmore Gasser 36qt Turkey Fryer

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    All meat, no veggies.......that is my kind of kabob.
    FBJ

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    Not a bad price either. http://www.cfsauer.com/products.asp?id=20

    Tell us about the sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    All meat, no veggies.......that is my kind of kabob.
    Thats what i'm talking about!!
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    I don't know what the actual temp is, but it cooks the way I want it to, so I don't guess it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    All meat, no veggies.......that is my kind of kabob.

    I do all meat kabobs, and I do veggies and peppers on the side in a veggie basket.

    That way, the meat is always done, and the veggies always done, at the same time
    Bill-Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willkat98 View Post
    I do all meat kabobs, and I do veggies and peppers on the side in a veggie basket.

    That way, the meat is always done, and the veggies always done, at the same time
    That thought is way too sober for me... After 36 hours of low blood alcohol, I am ready to do my meat and vegitables whenever!
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    Now that is the way kabobs should be done. Tastey looking stuff Willkat
    To get a better piece of chicken you'd have to be a Rooster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post

    Tell us about the sauce.
    My W.VA bud tells me that this Sauer's is on the table like ketchup is in some areas.

    They use it on everything.

    I'm not a fan of vinegar based, because they usually are very acidic to my Midwest tomato based taste buds, but this stuff is more on the sweeter side, so I like it very much
    Bill-Chicago

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    Man, I wish I had stock in Chicago skewers. Bill'd make me *rich*!

    Great meal, Bill! Can't beat a kabob for fun and food at the same time!

    Quote Originally Posted by Willkat98 View Post
    I'm not a fan of vinegar based, because they usually are very acidic to my Midwest tomato based taste buds, but this stuff is more on the sweeter side, so I like it very much
    I'm not much for vinegar sauces, either, unless it's PP. Then, a vinegar sauce is almost mandatory to help cut the richness from the meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post
    I'm not much for vinegar sauces, either, unless it's PP.
    Kinky!!
    Bill-Chicago

    WSM, Bandera, Kettle, ECB, Kenmore Gasser 36qt Turkey Fryer

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