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Did you know??? :shock:

ASA is getting ready to launch the Premier Issue of Cooking in the Sand? A collection of Duner Favorite Dishes!

We have a great variety of Appetizers, Breakfasts, Dinners and Desserts - but could always use more. If you have some trusty favorites that you'd like to see in print, please share with us!

We will be going to the printer right after Christmas, so don't wait too long if you want to see your recipe and name in the Premier Edition!

Watch for them in the ASA Store soon!

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Erin,

Do you have my recipe's that I sent to Flo?

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Oh yes I do have your contributions! Planning to test them out myself this weekend for the family!

Thanks! Keep em coming! I hope to have a huge collection for the launch.

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Welcome to the board mommytaylor. :D

Erin, check out these topics in The Duner Connection forum:

Duner Recipes - Share your Favorites

Dune Menus, what do you serve the family?

BTW Erin, it looks like the username SandMama is available if you want it here.
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Thanks Vince and Lobuc for the ideas - I will go visit both those areas.

I appreciate the welcome to the boards. I just came on board the ASA as the Merchandise Shipper and have had great fun so far. In my back and forth email train with Flo, we talked about her dream of the recipe book and I volunteered to head that up and make it a reality. So I'm doubly motivated!

Lobuc - Yes, I'd like to have Sandmama as my user...how would I go about changing it?
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mommytaylor wrote:Yes, I'd like to have Sandmama as my user...how would I go about changing it?
:arrow: You got a PM.
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Got it!! Sandmama reporting for ASA Duty!!!! Thanks LoBuck!

Bring on the recipes folks! We're up to 40 pages now!!! Need some lunches and some more holiday ideas - got some crazy turkey stuff....what else ya got???

Don't be shy now - it would just be a shame to look through this awesome cookbook and say - Now, why didn't I send that recipe in for this??

LOL - no pressure though!
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Post by AlxCook »

Vince, thanks for the recipes for doing a turkey over T-day. I have always done the deep fried thing, but was getting tired of the mess. So I cooked it in the ground, it was the easiest way to cook a turkey ever, with no clean up, just fillthe hole back in..........thanks.

I would put together an all T-day meal recipes section.
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Great Idea Alex! I do have a section for holidays in general, and if I get enough T-Day, it shall have it's own!

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Sandmama wrote:Oh yes I do have your contributions! Planning to test them out myself this weekend for the family!

Thanks! Keep em coming! I hope to have a huge collection for the launch.

Erin
Great!

Be sure to attribute them to Papa Perry as I am starting a Personal Chef business in the dunes.

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A Personal Chef - I love it! What a great idea - will you set up shop behind the Glamis Store as your home base or where will you be?

Erin

oh, yes they are absolutely identified (as are all contributed recipes) to folks by their names and chat handles
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I camp in the Glamis Dunes.ComPound behind the Beach Store, but do my events wherever people need me. I'll be at Gecko Loop Jan 27 for GlamisWarrior.com 3rd annual Customer Appreciation day.

Suprebowl party at Cement Flats.

Will be in South Dunes, for the SandCars.net Regatta Presidents weekend.

Pretty busy.

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Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Autumn Vegetables and Fruit

Ingredients

Vegetables and fruit

2 cups (500 mL) carrots, 1 inch (2.5 cm) chunks
2 cups (500 mL) parsnip, 1 inch (2.5 cm) chunks
2 cups (500 mL) mini red potatoes, cut in half
3 pears, peeled and cut in 8 slices each
3 apples, peeled and cut in 8 slices each
2 tbsp (25 mL) olive oil
1 tbsp (15 mL) fresh rosemary, finely diced, or ½ tbsp (7 mL) dried rosemary

Pork

3 pork tenderloin* 12 oz (375 g) each
2 tbsp (25 mL) olive oil
3 tbsp (45 mL) grainy mustard
2 tsp (10 mL) dried thyme

Directions

Preheat oven to 350º F (180º C).
Place the cut carrot, parsnip and potatoes in a large microwavable bowl. Add about cup of water and microwave on high for 8 minutes. Remove from the microwave and drain water. Add cut fruit, olive oil and rosemary. Toss to coat.
Mix together olive oil, mustard and dried thyme for the pork. Rub onto the pork tenderloin and place pork into a glass baking dish. Bake for 30 minutes or until a meat thermometer reads 160º F (71º C).
At the same time, place vegetables and fruit on a baking sheet covered in parchment paper or lightly greased. Bake for 30 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Turn the vegetables and fruit over two times during cooking to prevent sticking.
Before serving reserve about 1 cup (250 mL) of the roasted fruit, and 1 pork tenderloin for the Autumn supper salad recipe. The fruit and pork can be packaged separately and frozen to be used at a later time.
Slice the rest of the pork and serve with the roasted vegetables and fruit.

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Vincent J Brunasso wrote:These are great.
http://compare.ebay.com/like/3103443297 ... s&var=sbar
How is the finished product compared to a oil fryer? It would definitely be a lot cheaper not having to buy the oil everytime.
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GlamisSandDuner wrote:
Vincent J Brunasso wrote:These are great.
http://compare.ebay.com/like/3103443297 ... s&var=sbar
How is the finished product compared to a oil fryer? It would definitely be a lot cheaper not having to buy the oil everytime.
Just great and you can do/apply rubs where you can't in an oil fryer - there's no hot oil to deal with and you get drippings for gravy. No stuffing though. Also great is prime rib & baby backs which are never done in oil. There's an optional basket for veggies.

I am very pleased with mine.

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Vincent J Brunasso wrote: Just great and you can do/apply rubs where you can't in an oil fryer - there's no hot oil to deal with and you get drippings for gravy. No stuffing though. Also great is prime rib & baby backs which are never done in oil. There's an optional basket for veggies.

I am very pleased with mine.

No, I don't work for Charbroil...
How long does it take to cook a turkey with it?
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GlamisSandDuner wrote:
Vincent J Brunasso wrote: Just great and you can do/apply rubs where you can't in an oil fryer - there's no hot oil to deal with and you get drippings for gravy. No stuffing though. Also great is prime rib & baby backs which are never done in oil. There's an optional basket for veggies.

I am very pleased with mine.

No, I don't work for Charbroil...
How long does it take to cook a turkey with it?
10 min. per pound or about 7 minutes per pound longer than oil. But accounting for oil heat up and cool down time, it takes about half the time. I don't have to worry about anyone knocking over 3-5 gallons of hot oil while it cools and dealing with the used oil.

One downside is that you are limited to 14-16 pound turkeys. A 24 pounder will never fit.
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GlamisSandDuner wrote:
Vincent J Brunasso wrote: Just great and you can do/apply rubs where you can't in an oil fryer - there's no hot oil to deal with and you get drippings for gravy. No stuffing though. Also great is prime rib & baby backs which are never done in oil. There's an optional basket for veggies.

I am very pleased with mine.

No, I don't work for Charbroil...
How long does it take to cook a turkey with it?
This will answer all your questions
http://www.charbroil.com/bps/char-broil ... 009.08.pdf
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Vincent J Brunasso wrote:
GlamisSandDuner wrote:
Vincent J Brunasso wrote: Just great and you can do/apply rubs where you can't in an oil fryer - there's no hot oil to deal with and you get drippings for gravy. No stuffing though. Also great is prime rib & baby backs which are never done in oil. There's an optional basket for veggies.

I am very pleased with mine.

No, I don't work for Charbroil...
How long does it take to cook a turkey with it?
This will answer all your questions
http://www.charbroil.com/bps/char-broil ... 009.08.pdf
That sounds excellent, I've always used a deep fryer, but like the web site says, it's a pain getting rid of the used oil.

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I have an unused and unopened container of deep fry oil - 35 lbs - more than enough to do a 24 pound turkey. Free to anyone that wants it. FOB my house in La Verne or Roadrunner on certain days TBD.
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Do you have my recipe's that I sent to Flo?

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Vincent J Brunasso wrote:I have an unused and unopened container of deep fry oil - 35 lbs - more than enough to do a 24 pound turkey. Free to anyone that wants it. FOB my house in La Verne or Roadrunner on certain days TBD.
The oil is gone.

If anyone wants my old deep fryer and is willing to pay only shipping, they can have it for free. Here's which one it is: http://www.bayouclassicfryers.com/index ... tail&p=167

Includes pot, lid, thermometer, turkey stand and hook. Burner not included as I used the one from my Brinkman smoker. Various burners are available on eBay.
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