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following from the sidelines

Post by pastalover » Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:05 am

Hello, from Barrie!

So excited to finally talk to you BBQ lovers.
got the food bug attending one of chef Jeffrey Kenny's Culinary workshops when he was the instructor at liaison culinary college.
infact he has openend my eyes, I have gained so much confedence in the kitchen, that I am now BBQ'n.
For all of you out there, take advantage of Jeffrey passion, he will infect you...any aspect of food not just BBQ!
His team name is Happy Smoke'more, so keep a good eye out for him!
By the way he showed me how to do BBQ Pasta from scratch, my new ultimate favorite.
Jeffrey if your out there, I need your chicken recipe!!

pasta lover b5a

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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by Dave Kloostra » Mon Jul 20, 2009 11:37 am

pastalover wrote:Hello, from Barrie!


Jeffrey if your out there, I need your chicken recipe!!

pasta lover b5a

After the finish they had in Listowel, There could be a few teams looking for their recipe. :D

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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by doogster » Mon Jul 20, 2009 7:01 pm

Barbecued chicken on pasta, I'm thinking along the lines of Harvey's cheesey chicken enchaladas. Smoked chicken, alfredo sauce, pasta, that could be good.
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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by Cramden » Mon Jul 20, 2009 7:32 pm

Went to Ont. BBQ this am and as a result, did a couple of beer can chickens on the Weber with a good rub down, Jack Daniels wood smoke, and a light spray or two of orange/cranberry juice, then added it to Alfredo sauce and penne pasta.
Gooood eatin.
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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by doogster » Mon Jul 20, 2009 8:16 pm

Now purists would say that aint barbecue, I say that sound awesome!
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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by pastalover » Mon Jul 20, 2009 8:35 pm

purests are foodies who are specific...

we can all agree that it is food that makes the world go round!

pastalover (soon to be Q'n lover)

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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by doogster » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:55 am

Well that and beer mate. Beer and barbecue. Who could ask for anything more? b4
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Re: following from the sidelines

Post by kevinv » Tue Jul 21, 2009 6:48 am

Welcome to the board.

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