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Corned Beef Hash for Breakfast

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In the glass: SHOE TOSS
Rye IPA

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Told ya

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2009 was a good year for tomatoes at Port Hadlock.

 

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Our buyers inspect and select only the leanest cuts of meat for the grill-

 

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Love this sauce when we do pulled pork.

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Monica rolls up in Cle Elum with her Margarita recipe & fixins-

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How to get there- here.

 

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All the fat, flavor & calories here.

Start the Weber using the chimney method. Make a not too big pile of coals and place them all the way over to one side. Add your chicken thighs as far away from the coals as possible and cover with vents open for about 15 mins. Uncover & brush Carolina Treet on the top side of the chicken, cover & cook slow for about 35 mins. Uncover, turn chicken over & rotate so pieces that started closest to coals are now farthest away. Brush on more sauce to cover the side now facing up. Cover & cook slow for another 40 mins or so.

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For those outside of the N. Carolina area, you can order your sauce on the web. The original sauce is the one to go with.

Follow the instructions on the bottle and cook it on- If you put the sauce on at the end it will taste terrible.

Good luck people.

 

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Some ideas here.