Discussion in 'Red Eyed Hog Survival Seasoning' started by Mountainmistwanderer, Sep 13, 2016.
Must be a delicacy over there.
Lamb euro for me. Good times.
How much do they cost over yonder?
In Cali? Don't know if they exist over here. NYC? Definitely tooooo much.
@Andy the Aussie how did the roo go?
I have not been able to source a decent cut here in the last four weeks mate Normally the local butch carries it be he has not been. Funnily enough I am grabbing some meat for a BBQ tonight so maaaybe !! I dropped it on a dirty big rib steak and it was delicious !!
A few Smokey C's meals. One is a carabou sausage stew. The other two are from a recent camp out. Veggies, more sausage, and Smokey C's in the campfire coals.
I can't wait to do the Alfredo sauce with the White Sauce again and the mini meatballs with RedEyedHog as the seasoning.
I'm going to do a much better post w/pics next time.
I will be removing some skipy's from some large property's in a couple of weeks all nice and fattened up from all the rain up here, won't be much chop by the time they got to you though
It's good on hotdogs too.
Smokey C's grilled chicken salad.
Smokey C's and RedEyeHog the same dude?
man i'd love to visit there and help out. And eat. and 4wheel. Someday!
The eat and help out part can be done but I need to replace my 4x4 first for the mandatory adventuring
Yep, Casey does a good job of explaining the two different brands. It's somewhere on this forum... I can't find it now.
Similar but different. In the Smokey C's Pit Powder it has more course granular spices and pepper. The course pepper adds some nice asthetics to the finished product of whatever you're bbqing. We also use mid grade spices to keep costs down because it is also the same as what we season EVERYTHING with in the restaurant.
In the REH original we do use some higher grade paprika, chili powder and chipotle powder for a more refined product. We also don't use any course peppers or spices to make it a more all purpose seasoning. It will blend in soups, stews, freeze dried meals a little better than the Pit Powder that has more course ingredients.
My bad I misread you're post. Smokey C's BBQ and Wings is a restaurant in Decatur, AL. It's a partnership between my brother and I.
Redeyedhog is a business my wife actually owns. It is a camp seasoning company.
On the old forum my moniker was Smokey C.
Hope that clarifies everything.
Did not know that!!!! @SEMO
That smokey cs pit powder was different than reh powder.