G6 Recipes

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G6 Recipes

Postby Roberta » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:17 pm

The Italian sausages in marinara sauce was Johnsonville Mild Italians with Ragu Spagetti Sauce with sliced green peppers. We browned the sausages a bit on the grill for color and grill marks, placed them in the nesco, covered in them in the sauce, and slow cooked for about 7 hrs. I added the peppers about two hours before serving.

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Trackhappy » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:23 pm

My mouth is watering now.... :D :D
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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby vupilot » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:26 pm

Southwest Bean & Chicken Soup (some call it Chicken Chili)

Spray the bottom of your crock pot lightly with PAM cooking spray.
Place 4 or 5 large, raw, boneless, skinless chicken breast halves in the bottom of the crock pot. Pour 2 large-sized glass jars of Randall’s Great Northern Beans (do not drain) over the chicken.
Add 2 cans of Ro-Tel tomatoes. (I used one can of Original and one can of Hot Ro-Tel. You can use whatever “heat” you desire and add some Tabasco sauce too if you wish.)
Cook on High setting for 5 hours. Fork out the chicken and cut it up in large chucks – it will continue to fall apart as you stir it back in with the beans. Continue cooking for another 30 minutes.


Mama Pilot’s Bar-B-Q’d Green Beans

6 – 8 strips of thick-sliced smoked bacon , diced
1 medium onion, diced
5 #303 (15oz. size) cans cut green beans, drained
1 c. catsup
1 c. light brown sugar
Cook bacon & onions together until bacon is crisp. Drain. Mix beans, bacon & onions in ungreased 2 qt baking dish.
In a separate bowl, mix catsup & sugar and pour over the beans. Bake covered at 250 degrees for 3 hours.

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Trackhappy » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:42 pm

Torture.... :cry: :cry:
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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Bill Edmundson » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:45 pm

Corn on the Cobb. :wink:

Shuck fresh corn.
Boil water with some salt.
Boil Corn
Take corn from water
Butter, salt & pepper.

Chili (No Recipe, I just make it up as I go.)

Ground beef
Sausage
Lots of onion
Diced tomato
Tomato paste
3 or 4 different beans
Kraut
Chili pepper
Red pepper
Black pepper
Southern seasoning
Cumin
Beer
Garlic
Could put corn :?:

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby vupilot » Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:55 pm

That Chili is worth the trip Bill! Thanks.

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby kens » Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:11 pm

Low Country Boil:

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With a side of draft Beer,

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby tgauthier » Tue Sep 11, 2012 6:03 am

How about that Corn Bread Salad... it was great and would love to have the recipe?

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby rbrandenstein » Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:12 am

The food was great. There should be an admission charge just for the great food.
The chili, turkey, soup, sausages, salads, pancakes, low country boil, eggs and all were fantastic.
The gathering is like this eclectic street fair. You just walk up and down the dock and munch away.

I'd like the recipe for Bill's breakfast egg dish as well.
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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby ttownshaw » Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:31 am

Ask and you shall receive.

Country Skillet Breakfast

5 lbs. ground sausage (I usually use 3 hot and 2 mild) - cook and keep drippings
3-4 large onions & 3-4 bell peppers - chopped and saute' in some sausage drippings
8 or so Potatoes - cubed and fried in drippings (called home fries) - tip you can microwave for first 5-6 minutes then fry
8 dozen egges - scramble
Mix and serve

There are lots of variables to this...you can add garlic, spinach, broccoli, hot links, cheese...

In smaller batches you can combine everything after cooking the sausage/onion/taters and scramble the eggs with everything in the pan.
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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Igoboating » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:14 am

We would like to thank all the Glen L folks who welcomed us to this year's Gathering. It was a real treat for us to see all the Glen L boats. They were so beautiful, and unique in their own way. The great food and terrific people made it a fun weekend for us.
Curt & Patti


CORNBREAD SALAD

Cornbread
2 Boxes Jiffy Cornbread Mix (will need 2 eggs + 2/3 cups milk to make cornbread)

Veggies
!/2 cup each green and red bell pepper, diced
1/2 cup onion, diced
3 large tomatoes, diced
1 can pinto beans, drained and rinsed
2 cups whole kernal corn, drained

Dressing
1 1/2 cups mayonaise
1 1/2 cups sour cream
1 1/2 envelopes ranch dressing mix

Toppings
10 slices bacon, crumbled
2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded

Prepare cornbread according to package directions, cool and crumble. In a large bowl, mix all veggies. In a small bowl, mix mayo, sour cream & ranch dressing mix. Using half of each, layer: cornbread, veggies, dressing. Top with half the bacon and cheese. Make second layer with remaining ingredients.
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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Roberta » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:22 am

Somehow I missed eating that!! I remember seeing it and how good it looked, but I forgot and just didn't get back to get some. Darn!!! I hope you bring it again next year.

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby Omaha1 » Wed Sep 12, 2012 6:33 pm

I don't know who prepared and cooked the turkey, but THAT turkey, plus me gnawing on the finer parts, equals HAPPY.

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Re: G6 Recipes

Postby John B » Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:29 pm

The Gallery for all photos from G6 is now up and running! See it at the top of this page: http://boatbuilders.glen-l.com/boatbuilding-galleries/

Please add you photos so everyone can see them. Just create a new gallery with a name like "G6" or "Gathering 2012" and then we'll move all of your photos from your gallery into the 2012 master gallery.

Be sure and send Gayle or me an email letting us know the name you gave your gallery and your name as well so we can correctly give credit where credit is due.

Thanks!

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