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The Smoke 'N Fire Enquirer

The Smoke 'N Fire Enquirer
November 21, 2006

The Smoke 'N Fire Enquirer
November 21, 2006

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Charlie McMurrey

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All of the staff at The Smoke 'N Fire Enquirer and The Barbecue Store want to wish each and every one of our subscribers and their families a truly wonderful Thanksgiving this year.  Thanksgiving is a time to be with family and friends to celebrate all the wonderful events of the past year and all of the people we have in our lives.  Sure, life it not always fair and sometimes not any fun at all, but there are many, many things that we have to be thankful for this year.

Have a great Thanksgiving!  Rosie, Alann, Nathan, Kyle, Smoky & Charlie

We will be back to our "Slather, Rub, Marinade" series in a week or two.  Happy Thanksgiving!

Smoky's Smoke-Cooked Turkey

"Long before that funny thing happened to Columbus
on his way to India and long before that motley crew
of malcontents gathered around the Plymouth rock, the
turkey was held in high esteem among Native Americans. In
addition to appreciating his tasty presence, his intelligence
and wile, we respected him for saving fire." 

A Smoked Turkey Article by Smoky Hale

Read the entire article here...


Ok folks, now is the time
to show family and
friends what you've
learned from us!


Also in issue we have for you ...

Cooking on cooler evenings, when time is short, or maybe just looking for something a little different?  If that's the case, you might want to consider the ever popular kabobs for just such an occasion. 
Great idea, Great presentation!

     Great Thanksgiving Ideas
     Old Smokey Contest Winner

Want to hear a particular topic? Let us know!

Did you miss our last issue? Read it here!
We talked about "Slathering to create a better product".
If you failed to receive that issue for some reason, then you
better go get it now!

Keep On Barbecue'n,
Charlie McMurrey


Happy Thanksgiving

Great Thanksgiving Ideas
The Best of the Best for the Holidays



In addition to Smoky's article shown above, we suggest selecting any of the following links to receive the finest, most accurate information available on outdoor cooking for your Thanksgiving meal this year. 

Your Turkey Day Resources

Turkey Facts!

Smoke-cooked Turkey

Carving Turkeys

Wood Smoked Flavor

Proper Temperatures

Poultry Doneness Test

Here are a Couple of Great Recipes

Cajun Smoked Turkey

Turkey Seasoning

Herb Rubbed Roasted Turkey

Turkey Injection Mix

Tons More Turkey Fun - Click Here

Get Your Turkey Day Right!

Looking for a specific answer? More than likely you will find that answer in one of the links below. If not, send your question to Smoky and he will take a stab at getting you back on the right track! Have fun and keep on keeping on Barbecue'n and Grillin'.

Ask Smoky's - Collector's Edition FAQ's
Ask Smoky's - New & Improved FAQ's

The Barbecue Store

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Happy Thanksgiving

Red Zin Cranberry Sauce
The "ZIN" of Sauces



    Notes:  I've never been one for "mom's cranberry sauce" as it always "came out of the can". As such, I was permanently turned off.  A couple of years ago, I decide it was time to improve on what I thought was a lost cause.  Here is the results... 

     1 3/4 cups good red zinfandelRed Zin Cranberries
     1 cup white sugar

     1 cup (packed) golden brown sugar

     6 whole cloves

     6 whole allspice
     2 cinnamon sticks
     1 3x1-inch strip orange peel
    1 12-ounce bag fresh cranberries

    Combine all ingredients except cranberries in a medium saucepan.  Bring to boil over medium-high heat, stirring until sugar dissolves.  Reduce heat and simmer until reduced to 1 ¾ cups, about 10 minutes.  Cool.  Transfer sauce to medium bowl.  Cover and refrigerate until cold.  (Can be made 1 week ahead.  Keep refrigerated.)

    Happy ThanksgivingOld Smokey Contest Winner
    Old Smokey Grill - #18Each newsletter we give away one heck of a grill to one of our lucky readers. By far, the Old Smokey Grill is our largest selling portable charcoal grill because of its durability and ability to produce great tasting food. There is only one winner each month! The winner of this month's Old Smokey Grill - #18 is:

                                           Mike Gardner

    Hey Mike, please send us the email address used when you signed up for the Smoke 'n Fire Enquirer and we'll validate your address. Congratulations! For everyone else, we'll have a new contest next month and will be drawing from the same list you are on!

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