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Old 27 Jun 21, 08:58 PM  
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Originally Posted by colin39 View Post
If im doing a long slow cookits great, lots of heat over a long period.
No smoke no bitter taste , if doing briskets 12 to 15 hour cook i can get away with 3 chimneys and splits of oak. Burns really well
The Fogon I find excellent but I will try this and see if itís worth the extra. Thanks for the info.
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Amazon are now selling stuff from the US on the UK site via Amazon export sales. Got some very good butcher paper, 175 feet roll for £23 delivered, cheaper and better quality than the UK stuff. Ready for that next brisket.
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Originally Posted by Sandraoh40 View Post
We had a bbq at friends last night. Nothing on the scale that you do but great nonetheless. We had corn on the cob for the first time done on the bbq. Really lovely. I make a very good southern style American potato salad and I made key lime pie for desert.
Itís just such a great way to eat. 😊
Iíd be happy for your American potato salad please. Itís all about the sides for me at a barbecue.
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Old 28 Jun 21, 12:20 AM  
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My American potatoe salad recipie from a villa neighbor
2pounds red potatoes boiled till just tender leave in the pan to cool and just cook a bit more
2 hard boiled eggs cooled and chopped
1 cup good mayo 1/2 ( half a cup of sour cream ) I use light mayo and light sour cream
1 cup of very finely chopped red onion
1/4 ( quarter cup ) chopped scallions spring onions or idpf like me you are Scottish Cyboes

In a bowl lightly crush the red potatoes skin on and the eggs and I mean crush add the red onion scallions and stir in the combined mayo and sour cream do this when the potatoes and egg are warm not hot as it might split taste and season to your preference
You can stir in to the mayo and sour cream a little mustard or honey mustard dressing if you like

I also do a pickled slaw and a avacado or mango bean salad that every one loves

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Originally Posted by Gryff View Post
My American potatoe salad recipie from a villa neighbor
2pounds red potatoes boiled till just tender leave in the pan to cool and just cook a bit more
2 hard boiled eggs cooled and chopped
1 cup good mayo 1/2 ( half a cup of sour cream ) I use light mayo and light sour cream
1 cup of very finely chopped red onion
1/4 ( quarter cup ) chopped scallions spring onions or idpf like me you are Scottish Cyboes

In a bowl lightly crush the red potatoes skin on and the eggs and I mean crush add the red onion scallions and stir in the combined mayo and sour cream do this when the potatoes and egg are warm not hot as it might split taste and season to your preference
I also do a pickled slaw and a avacado or mango bean salad that every one loves
Thank you, sounds yummy.
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Amazon are now selling stuff from the US on the UK site via Amazon export sales. Got some very good butcher paper, 175 feet roll for £23 delivered, cheaper and better quality than the UK stuff. Ready for that next brisket.
Im kind of lucky 15mins from my house
thevillagebutchers/
He stocks all this, and some great cuts
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I like celery in with it but them indoors hate celery unless itís soup
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My local butcher will cut any joint of meat to order but us Scots have some of the best beef in the world if itís grown etc right
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a friend brought a huge tub of potato salad camping recently that used creme fraiche, and it was a revelation! it was from lidl but it was one of the nicest potato salads i've had in a long long time, and i want to try doing something similar myself

(im gonna go buy a pot and try to figure out what was so nice about it!)

lidl/p/picnic/mead...o-salad/p42055
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Im kind of lucky 15mins from my house
thevillagebutchers/
He stocks all this, and some great cuts
Iíve heard of them. I know Canvey a bit, I have stayed with a friend there.
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