Butter and Bread and Sandwiches Oh My! (II)

IMA SOL MAN

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The mercury has been rising to 95, which is hot for us Washingtonians. So, we've BBQed a few meals, leaving the additional heat outside.

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👆 Potato salad or tots - When you decide, you don't have to choose how you want your potatoes.

Addendum: I just noticed my chicken is pretending to be a cute little bunny. Bunny or not, he was still dead as fried chicken, so I ate him.
:eek: YOU ATE THE CADBURY BUNNY! :eek:
 

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Our BBQ Chief refuses to sauce the chicken while on the grill. So, I place my choice (we usually have three or four bottles on-hand) on the plate so as to not cool the chicken. A few years ago, while attending a Trustee meeting breakfast, I noticed our pastor saucing his hashbrowns with mustard. I was appalled but tried it nevertheless. Figured I trusted him to be my family's spiritual instructor, so why not at least try some mustard on my potatoes? :yellowlaugh:
My brother (RIP) would cook chicken for several hours on low charcoal heat and coat it with sauce the last half hour. Best bbq chicken I've ever had.

He would light about 20 coals in a pyramid and once gray he'd surround those with unlit ones. The heat would start at the center and slowly as the other coals lit the heat would spread out ward. The chicken was at the outter portions of the grill.

The chimney would be nearly closed until that last half hour when the sauce was added. Opening the lid of the grill stoked the remaining coals and they'd remain stoked while the sauce carmelized.

He loaned me his grill once. I thought I was doing him a favor by cleaning it. Like I said he let me use his grill once. lol. I took it back all shiney and new looking. He said "You've ruined 10 years of seasoning my grill in 30 minutes you idiot".
 

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Our BBQ Chief refuses to sauce the chicken while on the grill. So, I place my choice (we usually have three or four bottles on-hand) on the plate so as to not cool the chicken. A few years ago, while attending a Trustee meeting breakfast, I noticed our pastor saucing his hashbrowns with mustard. I was appalled but tried it nevertheless. Figured I trusted him to be my family's spiritual instructor, so why not at least try some mustard on my potatoes? :yellowlaugh:
I'll suggest ordering some bottles of the various flavors of Sticky Fingers BBQ sauces. stickyfingers.com They had expanded to 12 restaurants but covid forced closure of all but 2. Now they're back to 3 with #4 soon to open.
 
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The younger of our two chiefs decided to bake some canned salmon patties instead of frying them. He served them with a white chees sauce. Very yummy. 👍👍

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Thank you for the tip. However, try as I did, I couldn't locate their sales link. 🙈

If this is the same company's offerings ...

The store locator page allows finding of retailers:

And it looks like the stuff's available at Target, Wal-Mart and Meijer stores, and through Amazon:
 

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At Dollar Tree and Family Dollar there's 12oz Kraft Shells and Cheese with Velveeta Cheese Sauce for $4.00
The cheese sauce packet included is 4oz, making the pasta 8oz.

They also have the cheese sauce packets for $1.25. 16oz Chestnut Hill pasta is $1.00. So for 50 cents less you get 2x more than one $4 box of the Kraft brand.

In 2020 the 12oz Kraft Shells and Cheese was $3.00 and the Velveeta cheese sauce packets were $1.00 so doing the double deal buying 24oz of sauce and pasta separately cost the same $3.00.
 

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