Cooking with Smokey C's

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  1. Strigidae

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    Fried eggs and smokeys.
     
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    I had the same thing for breakfast!
     
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    The best use of Smokey C's that I have done so far was a pasta Alfredo dish. The kick was my Alfredo sauce was half heavy cream and half Smokey C's White sauce. It worked great with the perfect kick.

    Another easy yet killer recipe I'm doing is 1lbs of ground hot sausage and 1lbs of ground beef. With the beef I mixed in a decent amount of RedEyedHog and let it sit in the fridge over night. Next day I combined the two meats and made some really tasty mini meatballs.

    I highly suggest trying both recipes.
     
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    My last bit of Smokey C's went into Huevos a la' Paycheck. That bottle of Smokey C's was a gift from Patrick. Where do I get more?
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    A little sprinkle of the pit powder on pizza is awesome.
     
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    I'm getting hungry!
     
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    Killing me here,....!! I just told my lunch date that we have to go out early today !!!
     
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    I'll need to wait until I have money to buy a bunch of it. The shipping for one can ends up more than the can itself.
     
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    Homemade pizza with a pit powder dusting.
     
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    I shouldn't have to explain why this is good, but throw some Smokey's C's powder into your next biscuits and gravy!!!!!!
     
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    My plan is for some Kangaroo steaks on the grill sometime in the next week (maybe Christmas dinner ;) ) with a coating ... :D
     
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    Dude, what does it cost to ship kangaroos all the way to Europe!?
     
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    Bucket loads of $US but only about 10 Euros.
     
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    The kangaroo will have the REH seasoning on it. I didn't even think about sending some of the Smokey C's Pit Powder to you @Andy the Aussie. Hindsight.
     
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    I don't know what 10 Euros is in money. I'm guessing it's expensive.
     
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    10Euros is about 100K US at the current exchange rate.
     
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    Euros aren't that expensive in the south. Typically I'm not a fan of Greek food but there's just something about a good chicken euro with red onion and tomatos.
     
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    Nachos with pit powder for dinner. I just realized i eat a lot of pit powder.
     
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    I agree. I don't think I've ever paid more than a buck or two for one. Must be really expensive in Austria. Of course, I've never had a kangaroo euro though. They may be more expensive. I like the white sauce they put on them. Takini or something? I don't know, I don't speak muslim.
     
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