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Superbowl Menu:
2 loaves of homemade Pepperoni Bread
~8 lbs baked chicken wings tossed in various sauces depending on preference. (I'm doing hot Buffalo, Wife is doing sweet n sour, guests can do what they want)
1 tray of shrimp cocktail
Got some fancy toasted crackers and a couple different pub cheeses
2 bags of Tostitos, 2 jars of salsa, 1 jar of queso
and to top it off, home made brownies with vanilla ice cream and various toppings.
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We didn't host a party for the first time in like 8 years. I still made an incredible spread...and was way too much for just the fam.

3 racks of ribs
2lbs of smoked sausage
Smoked baked beans
Buffalo chicken mac and cheese

Various cheeses and crackers, olives, chips and dips...

Was a real banger, but we have SO MANY leftovers
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Dang sounds good WAB.
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I got bored one day, threw some things in the crock pot, and it worked. This was really good.

Stew Meat: 2 pounds raw

Large Baking Potato: 1. Cut up small

Cream of Mushroom Soup with Garlic: 1 can

Cream of Potato Soup: 1 can

Butter: IDK how much. A couple tablespoons for sure.

Then some chives and bacon bits. I wish I had sour cream when I did this, but I didn't have any on hand.

Low for 6 hours or so until the beef broke apart.
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wab wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 11:51 am We didn't host a party for the first time in like 8 years. I still made an incredible spread...and was way too much for just the fam.

3 racks of ribs
2lbs of smoked sausage
Smoked baked beans
Buffalo chicken mac and cheese

Various cheeses and crackers, olives, chips and dips...

Was a real banger, but we have SO MANY leftovers
Do you have a dedicated smoker? If so, gas, wood, or electric?
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Grizzled wrote: Fri Feb 23, 2024 2:23 pm
wab wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 11:51 am We didn't host a party for the first time in like 8 years. I still made an incredible spread...and was way too much for just the fam.

3 racks of ribs
2lbs of smoked sausage
Smoked baked beans
Buffalo chicken mac and cheese

Various cheeses and crackers, olives, chips and dips...

Was a real banger, but we have SO MANY leftovers
Do you have a dedicated smoker? If so, gas, wood, or electric?
I do, it's a Masterbuilt 1080. It's a gravity fed charcoal smoker. You can use it to grill too...but it's a but of a pain in the ass, so I'll still use my gas grill for general grilling....burgers, chicken, hot dogs...stuff like that.
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