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Old 07-19-2013, 07:19 PM   #12181
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Yes I do! I'm pretty open when it comes to BBQ sauces, though there are some real clunkers out there... nothing that can't be doctored up though. Sweet Baby Ray's has a Hickory and Vidalia Onion sauce that is heaven on ribs.

Oh, and I've got some bacon thawing for the stuffed shrooms, too.
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I love stuffed shrooms!! Should I book a flight over??
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:21 PM   #12182
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I love stuffed shrooms!! Should I book a flight over??
I'll put a few on the back of the grill for you
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:27 PM   #12183
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I'll put a few on the back of the grill for you
Aw! Thanks! BTW what type of mushrooms are we talking about here? I'm assuming it's the Portobello?
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:45 PM   #12184
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Aw! Thanks! BTW what type of mushrooms are we talking about here? I'm assuming it's the Portobello?
They are nice, I also like white button mushrooms
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:46 PM   #12185
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I I recently got something called "Jack Daniels Tennessee Style Barbecue Sauce" which is actually rather nice.
That actually sounds like a lovely sauce Katy
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Old 07-19-2013, 08:26 PM   #12186
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Aw! Thanks! BTW what type of mushrooms are we talking about here? I'm assuming it's the Portobello?
Baby 'Bellos, or Crimini as they are also called.
Note to self, still need to slice bacon thinner so it stretches better when wrapping mushrooms Or I suppose I could use smaller mushrooms
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That actually sounds like a lovely sauce Katy
It's very tasty! I was quite surprised to see it on my local Sainsburys shelf. (I don't drink whiskey but I thought it must make the sauce less sweet - and it did!)
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Old 07-19-2013, 08:43 PM   #12188
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Baby 'Bellos, or Crimini as they are also called.
Note to self, still need to slice bacon thinner so it stretches better when wrapping mushrooms Or I suppose I could use smaller mushrooms

Now, to be fair Pacanis, you said you were "stuffing" mushrooms! I thought you were chopping the bacon into little bits and adding garlic and herbs and EVOO...

But no.

I may need to cancel my ticket... how can a "wrapped" mushroom compare to a stuffed one?
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Now, to be fair Pacanis, you said you were "stuffing" mushrooms! I thought you were chopping the bacon into little bits and adding garlic and herbs and EVOO...

But no.

I may need to cancel my ticket... how can a "wrapped" mushroom compare to a stuffed one?
I don't think wrapping precludes stuffing.
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Now, to be fair Pacanis, you said you were "stuffing" mushrooms! I thought you were chopping the bacon into little bits and adding garlic and herbs and EVOO...

But no.

I may need to cancel my ticket... how can a "wrapped" mushroom compare to a stuffed one?
You underestimate our pacanis. One of the reasons you wrap a food in bacon is to hold in the stuffing. Apologies are in order.
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