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    Estee, how is that "X" rum? I considered buying one last week, but didn't. I convinced myself that the 24 bottles of rum in my house is enough for now

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    Peter, regarding hadeda thing: it you are asking for a friend, I have a friend who can help with recipes

    In Zulu, the bird is called "inkankane" and there is a saying when one comes across someone who talks loud and non stop - "wagwinya umlomo wenkankane lo"

    He/she swallowed a hadeda bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassfisher View Post
    Estee, how is that "X" rum? I considered buying one last week, but didn't. I convinced myself that the 24 bottles of rum in my house is enough for now
    That should do till about next week Wenesday only Bass?

    Also interested to hear Estee's opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morne - Skip View Post
    thank you all for the snake method thing, I always wondered how I could make my coals last longer without lifting the lid to add more ....

    I think I might do a skaap rib in the weber tomorrow, using this snake. I usually only do it standing with flames, but tomorrow she is in the weber. Now that I can have the coals burn for longer, and slower.
    You can also Google the Weber Minion method if you havent already. Another tool in the charcoal toolbox. It is mostly used in the Smokey Mountain but you can do half Minions etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyBlue42 View Post
    Not mine but thought it would be some great motivation for this wintery Thursday...

    Brisket Pie

    Can someone rustle this up please? Attachment 564501
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    That should do till about next week Wenesday only Bass?

    Also interested to hear Estee's opinion.
    Its a very lekker rhum, more akin to a Cappies but with a distinct banana type taste. Very pleasant, I schmaak it. I think it is distilled from Molasses like Cappies and not cane juice (Rhum Agricole) like Tapanga or Mhoba

    Rum Ratings have it at a 6.5

    https://www.rumratings.com/brands/3660-bumbu-original
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassfisher View Post
    Estee, how is that "X" rum? I considered buying one last week, but didn't. I convinced myself that the 24 bottles of rum in my house is enough for now
    Definately worth having in the collection.

    I like it quite a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    Definately worth having in the collection.

    I like it quite a bit
    You mean you like quite a bit of it ?

    I still prefer Tafel Lager but (Eish!), I have now run out of supply.
    I will have to try and find some under the table ?

    Compulsory alcoholiday.
    I don't keep any other stuff - I refuse to drink the sanitizer and even less the meths ....

    Adding:
    I forgot to ask: Would the eating of the Hadeda pot go down better with some kind of sauce ? Eish, you're going to tell me to add rum, right ?
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    Look what I shared: Brisket Pie - (Brisket and Pale Ale) - The Complete City Guide @MIUI| https://www.thecompletecityguide.com...-and-pale-ale/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooly View Post

    I cooked the mussels seperately in salty water, then cooled and rinsed under cold water, then added them to the sauce close to serving time.
    Don't you lose all the smaak if you discard the cooking liquids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyBlue42 View Post
    Look what I shared: Brisket Pie - (Brisket and Pale Ale) - The Complete City Guide @MIUI| https://www.thecompletecityguide.com...-and-pale-ale/

    Somebody please make it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyBlue42 View Post
    Look what I shared: Brisket Pie - (Brisket and Pale Ale) - The Complete City Guide @MIUI| https://www.thecompletecityguide.com...-and-pale-ale/

    Somebody please make it!

    I'll give it a go at some stage. Might take a while, I first have to finish the smoker. And find brisket. And create BBQ rubs and sauce.

    Darn, by then, Riaan would have done one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyBlue42 View Post
    Look what I shared: Brisket Pie - (Brisket and Pale Ale) - The Complete City Guide @MIUI| https://www.thecompletecityguide.com...-and-pale-ale/

    Somebody please make it!
    Mickey, I would love to but it takes me >8 hours to do a brisket proppa. And then there is very little if any left over. But should I do one (winter is coming and its when I usually crank up the old smoker) and I reserve some, then I will defiantly do this for sure.

    The other thing that one needs to consider is the smokeyness and the bark from the initial process can often be accentuated to the point of unpleasantness in some smoked leftovers.

    I might do a similar cut and short circuit the process to get to the leftover point and then do this recipe but it might not be the same.

    Looking at the recipe and ingredients and having been around the block a bit I suspect that that would taste very much like a steak n stout pie anyway, excluding the smolkiness. But anyway, I am keen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    Definately worth having in the collection.

    I like it quite a bit
    Thanks Sean. I will buy it when I am allowed to. Lekker dag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morne - Skip View Post
    thank you all for the snake method thing, I always wondered how I could make my coals last longer without lifting the lid to add more ....

    I think I might do a skaap rib in the weber tomorrow, using this snake. I usually only do it standing with flames, but tomorrow she is in the weber. Now that I can have the coals burn for longer, and slower.
    One tip - use proper briquettes. Original Weber or Charka briquettes work best (but I'm sure there are others as well). The cheaper ones with fillers don't work well. They burn unevenly and impart a weird chemical taste on your meat (the same taste that you smell when you light briquettes). Using proper briquettes drastically reduces this, and I've found after the resting period that not a single person (even someone who claimed that he can taste meat cooked on charcoal/briquettes as opposed to wood) can tell.

    I usually use cheaper briquettes just for a quick braai in the Weber, but always have a bag of the proper stuff around for the low and slow cooks.

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    Would the snake method work with proper Charcoal as well? My Weber just gathers dust in the garage as we braai just about everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicd View Post
    Would the snake method work with proper Charcoal as well? My Weber just gathers dust in the garage as we braai just about everything.
    It works best if the fuel is as symmetrical and even as possible. That has been my finding. I seem to get a heat spike in the Weber when I use normal charcoal and then a tapering off whereas briquettes are more even throughout the burn
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    The Tandoor is started, so is Karlien's Oven. And breakfast for me.
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