My wife really likes this one. Me, not so much. I don't care for artichokes.Okay, taking our up with people guest tomorrow ice fishing. Hope to get into some walleye and perch. Other than the beer batter I've used for years, any suggestions for dinner?
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With fresh caught fish the simpler the better I think. Salt, butter and some lemon.
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Try some fresh squeezed lime juice and some lime zest...Butter and Montreal steak spice is simple and and a nice change from standard beer batter.
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I want to know if there's anyway to cook artichokes, other then boil them and add a dipp'n sauce.
If I was BBQing a pork shoulder or something else on the smoker I'd throw a few in a dutch oven and toss it in. Artichokes can even be thrown right onto the coals of a fire while camping. Pull em out, peel off each leaf and bite the bottom, then when you get inside scoop out the thisel fuzz and eat the heart.I want to know if there's anyway to cook artichokes, other then boil them and add a dipp'n sauce.
Sounds amazing. Whens dinner hour again?It don't get no easier than this.
4-5 skinless chicken breasts
16-18 oz bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce
2 Tblsp butter
Throw the chicken and sauce in a crockpot on low for about 7 hours, then toss in the butter and proceed to pull yer chicken with a pair of forks.
Serve on rolls with a bit of shredded cheese and/or whatever else suits your fancy.